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I don’t know how it’s taken me 21 years to really deep just how rubbish the weather is over here in England. Even up until May it’s been so cold over here that I can’t get out without some sort of big coat. Last week we finally got two-three days of that pure sunny, hot, I-need-an-ice cream type of weather, but Britain really couldn’t keep it up, and before long we were back to cloudy skies. I managed to take these photos with my friend and fellow blogger Andre on a hot day near Somerset House, and even though it’s getting slightly warmer over here again, I’m gonna be honest, I’ve decided that one day I wanna drop England for a hotter place to live, preferably somewhere in the US…
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Sunnier days call for denim jackets, and this Levi’s beauty was given to me by my conveniently named boyfriend, Levi. I definitely see myself getting tons of use out of it this summer. This crop top I’m wearing I actually bought for my birthday (read My 21st Birthday post here) just a little while ago, from Boohoo’s co-ord range (after seeing it on Kayleigh first)! I’ve just had a scroll through their co-ord range again and there are definitely some sets I want to pick up for my upcoming travels. This top comes with a body-con skirt, but I switched it up here for a skater skirt instead; seeing as I was only going to the library, I wanted to keep this fairly casual. The choker neck is a new style I’ve been seeing out and about and I absolutely love it.
Can we please talk about these Vans? I picked them up from Asos a few months back for the sole purpose of using them when I’m out clubbing. I tend to live in boots, or on occasion the odd dolly shoe, but I’ve been wearing these Vans out and about recently and I’ve never experienced such comfort in my life.
I’m down to my last three weeks of exams before freeeedom. My first exam was my hardest module and it went surprisingly well, which makes me think graduating with a 1st may not be as unattainable as I first thought?! On that note, definitely getting back to revision; all I need to stop me from slacking is to think about being disappointed on results day – it’s definitely not worth it.