Little Hell, pt 2.
MUSIC: JAMES VINCENT MCMORROW
Hey everyone, and a warm welcome to all new followers! I'm in a seriously sad mood and I have been since earlier this week, so I'm just gonna jump straight to the pictures of my London purchases instead of wallowing in self pity on a goddamn blog, haha.
Awesome blanket/cardigan from Primark for like £12. I refuse to call it a poncho because it's not a poncho and I hate ponchos with a passion.
Bag from Primark for £6 (I think). I was rushing to get to work earlier this week and tried jamming all my stuff in this thing but apparently it's a bit too small for daily use. Shame, cause I really like it, even if it's brown.
Beachwear crochet top that looks really ugly on a hanger, from Primark as well for about £8. It's currently tied at the side with buttons but I intend to sew it so it's wearable as a regular top over like a bandeau bra or whatever.
I obviously couldn't leave without spending some of my excess £££ at HMV. I could have gotten more, but that felt a bit redundant.
A crop (GASP) top, I liked the crochet and the fringe (crochet and fringe were key words in my London shopping experience, as you can tell) and it was only £8 so I was like OH YEAH WHY NOT. I guess I'll just have to grow a pair and get over my tummy issues.
Last but not least my favourite purchase in the bunch, this suede bag from Urban Outfitters. We actually went back to UO just to pick this baby up - Again, if it weren't for the excess pounds I wouldn't have bought it, but I'm so happy that I did! It's a perfect size and probably sturdy enough to carry my camera. (Probably, cause I haven't tried yet.) It was £35 or so, pretty doable for a suede bag, right?
Aight, that's about it. I'll leave you with this beautiful song by James Vincent McMorrow, who supported City and Colour during the London gig. His performance was beautiful so if you ever get the chance to catch him live, go for it, you SRSLY won't regret it.