These days there is nothing I enjoy more than spending my weekends at my parents' house doing all the activities that bring me pleasure and that I don't really have...
I honestly hope I’m not becoming redundant with these retro-inspired outfits, but this is what has been inspiring me lately. The weather has been absolutely horrid, so we haven’t had the chance to have an enchanting autumn background, with golden sun rays and multicoloured leaves. So sad! Regarding the outfit, I’ve been looking for an authentic 60’s skirt for a while and, luckily, I came across this one at the V for Vintage fair. It’s black, high-waisted (extra points for that) and it has an interesting buckle detail. A great addition to my ever growing collection of vintage clothes.
Anyway, I also wanted to tell you that I’ve been looking forward to this week, because one of my favourite events of the year is taking place. No, it’s not a fashion show…I’m talking about the Gaudeamus Book Fair, that I’m very excited about. I already have a huuuge wishlist and I hope I’ll be able to get at least a part of the books I want. Sadly (for my wallet), I’ve been watching a ton of book reviews/book hauls on Youtube, and although I’ve crossed a few titles off my list (I’ve already ordered them online), I keep on adding new books :)). I’ll let you know in my next post what I managed to get .
I’m wearing: vintage 60’s skirt from Vintage Boutique, vintage bag, See by Chloe top, Asos shoes, H! by Henry Holland coat, Michael Kors watch