I wore this outfit a few days ago on a shopping trip to Liverpool, just a day after purchasing this blouse from a car boot sale for only £1. By now I expect you’re all familiar with my behavior when it comes to bargains, so I’ll save you all the boredom of having to read an explanation as to why I bought it. On another note, I finally got round to purchasing myself a bowler hat, and, in all honesty, I don’t think I’m ever going to take it off my head. I had eliminated the idea of getting a bowler hat from Topshop after taking a peek at the extortionate price tag (£25 for a hat?! I don’t think so), so I thought I’d opt for the cheaper H&M version. Unfortunately it seemed that everybody else had the same idea, as every time I popped into my local H&M in the hope of getting my hands on a bowler hat which I so eagerly longed for, I was disappointingly informed that they’d sold out. On my final attempt (which I don’t know the number of, as by this time I’d lost count) I managed to snag myself the last one in the shop. In the words of Borat, I suppose you could call this endeavor a great success.
It brings me great sadness to think about the summer coming to an end, but alas I have to return to school in less a week. Unfortunately once school has once again commenced, I’ll be unpleasantly greeted with a ticket to board the one-way express train heading towards the realm of GCSEs, the land of despair and stress. Last year I took exams in History, IT and Science, which I recently received my results for. Luckily I wasn’t as disappointed as I had anticipated- in fact, I was rather pleased. It’s relatively confusing, but the History and IT results contribute towards my final mark, whereas the science exam counts as one GCSE, as I shall eventually receive two. Fingers crossed I’ll be as successful in the upcoming school year!
Hugs and kisses, Sarah xo