Another example of the boldness/impulse purchasing I exercise at a sale rack. This dress has ruffles, of which I am usually not a fan. Plus its 2-3 sizes too big. But hey, $7? Yes please. This belt fixes the size problem and the toughness prevents the ruffles from being too sweet. Sweet was yesterday. Today I am not sweet. I am tough. Not so tough that it doesn’t hurt when a green ant bites me on the butt though. Ow.
With the extra swooshiness (that’s right) of the skirt that the added size gives I feel a bit like a punk rock princess. Though not like a legitimate one. I know that wearing a studded (though this isn’t even studded) belt doesn’t make you a punk. Don’t get mad Hen. But I think if I was to see this look in a magazine somewhere that’s the lame title they’d give it.
I really wanted some studded flats to pair with it. All these killer heels with zipper and stud details are gorgeous but I am yet to see them translated well, or at all, into flats. If anyone sees any please let me know. I am more than willing to plug my savings into cyberspace if it means I get a gorgeous pair of tough babies to have and to hold. I know what I want in my mind but I still haven’t quite figured out how to make them appear in front of me.
Bow: Junk shop, customised by Lovers, Saints & Sailors
Cardigan: Was Mum’s
Necklace: Cotton On