It’s been a while since last post and it’s been a whole load of work. I didn’t actually think I’d feel this way as I do know, on the night of London 2012 Opening Ceremony. I feel happy-sad and sad-happy as this project I’ve been working on for more than past two years is wrapping up. Somebody said that London 2012 is my baby. I know it’s a clear overstatement, but this is kind of how I feel tonight.
As it’s been busy-busy July, I’ve opted for casual look on every opportunity (to feel comfortable and to focus on what I’m doing). This is one of them. The skirt, jacket and trainers are old, but the t-shirt is from Bershka’s men department. I don’t know why exactly, but I find it just very cool.
I thought I’ve shown you too much of my things on a hanger and therefore decided to make another outfit post. Here’s the shirt I dyed back in May. I still love it very much and I’d like to wear it more often. The only problem with dyed items is that you have to be very careful washing them. Otherwise they might turn to a very light shade of what they were. I was after color fixator for quite a while. Somehow it seemed that it was a very IT-product as I couldn’t find it anywhere. Anyway, now I have it and I can use my dyed clothes as much as I like (but still, if you’ve made some too, handwash them inside out in handwarm water).
By the way, there are still people who’ve just signed up for Instagram. Yep, me among them. You can find me as m00ni (these are zeros).
We had almost the first day of summer over the weekend and I couldn’t resist taking my new shorts for a stroll. Silly me was afraid of getting cold and I decided to balance the shorts with a knit. Yup, guess who almost had a heart attack, because I decided to walk to the city and clearly underestimated the weather. Guess this is what happens, when you have months of disappointing weather and you kind of lose the faith of having a nice summer weather. Fingers cross it’ll get better from now on.