I have come to the realisation I can’t take outfit pictures away from my garden. My back garden seems to be my comfort zone and whenever I’ve been in different cities for University Interviews, I just can’t seem to bring myself to get my Dad to get some pictures. Mainly, because I’m nervous for the interview but also because cities are busy ok? Living in a small, quiet town, I’m just not used to it all.
Anyways, I had my interview at Liverpool John Moores University on Wednesday and whilst it was a very tiring day (a nice 4 am wake up call) I still wanted to do an ootd to carry on this interview series I have going on.
We can just excuse my appearance in these pictures, it had been a long day.
Starting off with the leather jacket, I have probably had this for a couple of years now and I really believe that because of the quality, it doesn’t show any signs of age or normal wear and tear.
One day, I’d love to be able to afford this Acne Leather Jacket because it would be such a staple in your wardrobe.
Briefly mentioning the trousers. As I said in my last post, they are really versatile, last week I dressed down to have a casual day and for the interview I styled them a bit more formal. If you want to know where I bought them and a similar pair, you can read last weeks post here.
As for the boots, I ADORE these. I originally purchased them from River Island but they’re no longer available on the website and I really struggled to find a similar pair. They’re surprisingly comfortable to walk in and if you’d like a closer look you can here.
I bought the top from Pull & Bear and if Pull & Bear was anywhere near me it would be my next obsession. Unfortunately, the store I bought this top from was in Dublin. However, overall I think the brand itself seems to be really well priced and I will be very excited to eventually get my hands on more from here. This top is unbelievably comfortable and surprisingly good quality.
Apart from the colour, this isn’t similar, I just thought it was so edgy I had to share. Striped cropped Jacket.
The good news is I got an offer from Liverpool John Moores University to study Fashion: Design and Communication!
Lots of Love,