(Jeans, Topshop. Flatforms, ASDA. Crop top, New Look. Jumper, Topshop. Spike necklace, Primark. Neon necklace, New Look.)
Jeans are my best friends. I'm predominantly a jeans and T shirt kinda gal, so the fact that Topshop have released so many wonderful pairs recently makes me very happy. I fell in love with my black Joni jeans so much that I had to go back and purchase the blue pair. And now they've released the beautiful 'Mom' jeans which are so 90s and so shouldn't work. But they just do! They really do. I haven't got my hands on the Mom jeans yet due to just having bought the two pairs of joni jeans and I'm not sure I can justify yet another Topshop splurge. But I am thoroughly enjoying seeing everyone else wearing them. I think they're fab.
I titled this post 'to crop, or not to crop' because I've seen a lot of controversy when it comes to crop tops recently. Personally, I love them. I think they look great with high waisted jeans or maxi skirts. Plus there's something about a crop top that gives a little nod to the 90s, which I love. But I know a lot of people disagree. So I was just interested in where you guys stand on the crop top front? Yes? Or no?
I've also piled on the jewellery today with not one but two statement necklaces. Is this acceptable? I totally think so. I've also got some little neon pink earrings in as well, which is unusual for me because I don't normally wear anything in my lobes anymore. But I saw these in New Look for the bargain price of £2.99 and couldn't really resist.
In other news, my exams start and finish this week which is ridiculously exciting. Not the actual exam part, but the finishing my second year at uni part. The end of education is in sight! I was thinking the other day about my uni experience (which, you'll probably know is quite a negative one), and I realised that there are so many things that I did wrong - and if I could do it all again there are so many things I would do differently. But I guess there's no point dwelling on the poor choices we made as teenagers. Right? ;-)