“Some of the best things that have ever happened to us wouldn’t have happened to us, if it weren’t for some of the worst things that have ever happened to us.”
― Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Location: Belvoir Forest
So its been a while…
I don’t really have a reason or excuse except for sometimes life just gets a bit busy. I am going to try to get back into the swing of things, so I am beginning with a series of images that I took about two months ago now. Belvior forest is only about 30 minutes from my own house but as I stated in the last post it is somewhere I always forget about. It is such a beautiful place and I would defiantly recommend it for an afternoon stroll.
So I bought this camouflage jacket about 6 or more years ago from the army surplus shop in Smithfield market in Belfast when camouflage was having its first big popular moment. I remember at the time the owner of the had a print out of a ASOS listing and he was so proud that he was offering the same jackets for a tenner. Now camo is having a second fling at being super popular and I have whipped it out again.
MAJOR DRUNK EYES ALERT
Camo jacket- Army Surplus
Pinafore dress- New Look Curves
“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.”
― Louis L’Amour
Location: Botanical gardens & The MAC gallery
I definitely didn’t forget that I had this blog post ready to go… nope… not at all
I decided to take a slightly different approach this weekends post and I am going to combine a couple of days together, this weekend has been so beautiful in terms of weather and the combination of this and not working alot has meant that I have been able to really chill out this weekend. The weather has been so beautiful and in the high teens for the last few days I have tried to spend as much time as I could enjoying the sun. We decided on Friday that we would check out the new MAC gallery exhibition after I have seen #superape all over instagram.
Denim shearling jacket- Primark
Checkered Shirt dress- Monki
Drop Hem dress- Evans ( Super old stock- like 3 years!)
Fishnet tights- Primark
Metallic Trainers- Primark
The day after spending time at the MAC gallery the weather became practically tropical and mum and I decided to head up to botanic gardens to enjoy the weather. For Belfast anything above ten degrees is tropical which means that places like Botanic gardens always become super duper busy but you can always find a relaxed corner to chill in and enjoy the weather.
PJ shirt- Evans
Straight leg jeans- New Look Curves
Metallic ankle boots-Primark
Quay sunglasses- TKmaxx
White crossbody bag- Primark
Statement hoop earrings- Primark