Bardot blazer & dress, ASOS belt, Topshop tights, Tony Bianco heels, Diva ring, Vintage glomesh clutch, Hair wreath from kisforkani.etsy.com
Today i handed in my resignation for a part time job (i’m a full time student) that i’ve been at for over two and a half years. Sort of feels a little strange – given it was pratically my first job since i was 16, though i did have another job which i had for two months before that. For some reason, it feels a bit out of impulse, almost out of the blue even though i had been contemplating it for a while. Why resign? Well i’m currently doing full time uni, then i decided to sign myself up to do a certificate iv in financial services as well, i really want to get my licence soon so i need more time to drive and mostly, most importantly – i want to pursue something different. I want to spend more time on my etsy, find something marketing related (hopefully) and just see where the future takes me. Though my lovely friend yvonne just texted me to let me know that this blog was in the ASOS survey under ‘Which is your favourite aussie fashion blog’ which made me feel a little better, can’t believe people from ASOS read this? Neverthless, wish me luck!
Also! The last look for the Bardot Blog Off is now up, we had to style this strapless black dress. Believe it or not, i don’t have a single plain black dress in my wardrobe – my parents dislike me wearing black (some sort of asian custom thing i believe?) so hopefully i did this dress justice! If you like it, i’d absolutely love it if you voted for me here.
Secondly, today i walked past this huge as line outside apple. Now i am not some avid apple fan so i had no idea what was going on. A quick call to a friend established that this was the line for the ipad 2? Anyway, i found it freaking hilarious cause people had sleeping bags and fold out chairs and all, and the line was just freaking massive. Bigger than those harry potter lines, everyone looked so eager to part with their money haha whilst i guess coming from a now unemployed person, yes i don’t think i’ll be buying lunch from uni any time soon!