Last weekend was a really busy one. I now find myself wishing for a weekend spent at home, with no commitments of any sort. Not that I’m complaining but I need some relaxation every now and then (who doesn’t?).
It all started on the Friday, as I headed to Nottingham to meet my friend Ben and work with him on the social media and blogging aspects of his developing business Sushi Night Fever. I gave him my two cents and I am very curious where he will take them. I wish I could do this for a living.
Anyway, as I had to wait for an hour at the train station, I was feeling increasingly restless and bored. For some good 10 minutes I was by myself in the waiting room at the train station -that’s when I decided to take my outfit photos right there.
“Yes, I’m on my way!”
Details : Dress – Vintage, from a second hand shop in Brussels, Tights – Primark, Shoes – Office (via Ebay), Necklace – Hello Kitty at Sephora, Black hair Bow – Dorothy Perkins (on sale)
The Sun graced us for a few minutes here and there. Better than nothing I suppose. Too bad I didn’t get to see the Solstice sunset though.
Girls out on a hen night.
That day we went to the movies and watched Behind the Candelabra. I wore a very suiting outfit, as a (very humble) homage to Liberace’s flamboyance. I pale in comparison with his glittery suits covered in Swarovski crystals. I really enjoyed the film, not only the actor’s performances were amazing but also touched on the very current theme of gay marriage and partner’s rights.
Details: Silk and golden thread dress – Vintage (80’s, maybe?), thrifted from Salvation Army on my most recent trip to Florida, Tights – H&M, Gold Shoes – Office (via Ebay), Necklace – Hello Kitty for Sephora, Black Hair Bow – Dorothy Perkins (on sale)
Hope you had a lovely week!
Wonderful photos, great print, and always YOU, MY DEREST SARA.
Love and sunshine weekend.
Love both dresses but you look especially beautiful in green – the head shot in the sunlight at the train station is stunning.
Haven’t been to Nottingham for years, I need to go again soon! xxxx
I think you look like Peter Pan in your first photo….when he first flew into Wendy’s room looking all spunky and adorable. I do believe in fairies.
oh how beautiful! i love your waiting room shots;) that green looks fantastic on you and goes so well with your hair! i hope you have sunshine this weekend!
so funny pics, it’s great that you improve that lonely moments to take your outfit photos, that’s Real Life indeed!
and love your colorful outfit to go the movies, really appropriate!
I love your green dress! And I really enjoying the photos of people you pass on the streets where you visit.
Also, I thought Behind the Candelabra was so fantastic too! Have you seen this video? You’ll love it, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dioRwB4RvrQ&feature=share&list=PL3nxflQ7aD1BxuzUDXu9M4Orf18-cF17u