I spent most of today filming videos but none of them seemed to turn out right. I don't understand why it can take 4 hours to film and edit a 15 minute video, and particularly don't understand how some people manage to make their videos look so effortless. I guess practice makes perfect. I was at a shoe exhibition at my college the other day and decided to take my outfit shots there. For some reason, I only filmed video clips of the exhibition and forgot to take photographs of the intricate pieces on display so watch out for that video as it will be coming soon! 

So the lighting at the exhibition wasn't great, but this was the best BF could do so props to him for making it look good in dim lighting! 

I went for a really bright paisley print cigarette trousers, paired with a pair of masculine ankle boots and a sheer top to balance it out. The fuzzy cardigan from Vanessa Bruno Athé gave the top a bit more volume and texture. Lastly I went with a metal plated belt to add that extra 'oomph' to an outfit. 

I carried a patent YSL clutch. The colour looks slightly different in person - here it looks a bit too red as opposed to its purple/plum colour (see photograph above). I like how it is almost a complementary to the orange yet it still has a red undertone due to the patent which makes it belong in the red family  along with the orange. 

Lastly my Track boots form ACNE are my favorite boots of all time - they are so comfortable to walk in and the detailing and shape of it is makes the outfit extra chic and fashionable. 

I wanted to share this beautiful photograph of my kitten Mochi. I was testing out my camera when I got this test shot and thought it looked beautiful :) 

Hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for reading as always :) 

Cardigan: Vanessa Bruno Athé
Shirt: Zara
Belt: ASOS
Trousers: Topshop (available here)
Clutch: Saint Laurent
Boots: ACNE
Necklace: Korea

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