Studded wedges ~ New Look
Spiked floral choker ~ Creepyyeha
Wide brimmed sun hat ~ Topshop
I am free! I am free! University is done! I have submitted all my work and endured all my exams! I am now free! I am looking forward to spending a few weeks catching up with life (read: catching up on Game of Thrones and RuPaul's Drag Race) before getting straight into attempted this here acting career. I had a semi-thought developing about maybe as a side project, blogging about my experience of attempting to become an actor. If that sounds like something you would like to hear about then let me know!
On to the outfit! This is a summer goth right here. Firstly, I apologise for the curious scowl I have in most of these photos; it was a combination of the camera not cooperating and also it being sunny outside, but I felt this dress needed to be captured in the sunlight! Isn't it magnificent?! The beautiful irridescent sequins go from dark blue to lime green and upon wearing it for the first time someone told me it looked like a dragonfly, so it is now officially been christened my dragonfly dress. There are two downfalls to it however; one - it is very very short. Maybe less of a problem for shorter people but for me, it was difficult to maintain my dignity whilst pottering around the garden. And second, it's a really hot dress, there's lining inside of the dress as well as the velvet, so it's pretty thick, but it's beautiful so who care? I changed up my forever favourite choker from Creepyyeha by adding a lettle black clip-on flower to the middle and I love that at the moment the spikes and flowers match my hair. For those of you interested this is just under a month's worth of fade (having used mainly Crazy Color's Capri Blue and Hot Purple), it's gone pretty turquoise but so far it's still pretty damn pigmented. If you want to see how it originally looked, go here.
Portland Black Lipstick Company in Black
Collection 2000 Dazzle dust in Bewitch
Sugarpill Pressed eyeshadow in Acid Berry and Mochi