Monday, 9 April 2012

Salford Keys and The Lowry.




I'm so sorry these pictures are pretty awful but my photographer has been super lazy when I've asked nicely if he could take pictures for me! So while I was out with the family today I snapped these in the toilets (always classy) just so I could have some clothes up on the blog! When packing for coming home I was a total idiot and thought I wouldn't need my jackets so at the moment all I've got is this tweed style one I was gifted for a review before Christmas so all my outfits are a complete mish mash of patterns and colours but you know what I think I kind of like it!

I'm wearing my denim skirt that basically hasn't been off my person since Christmas and a dress as a shirt. This dress was from George at Asda and I bought it in my normal size which is a 20 but its pretty huge on me so I have to awkwardly tuck it in but I love it all the same. I have a bit of an obsession with polka dots and this has two different sizes on so its a winner in my book! Leggings are the usual Matalan and my shoes are Primark wide fit I've gone through two pairs of these now but I love them so much and they obviously match everything! My scarf is vintage from a charity shop which I wore to just tie in the beigey colours with my jacket. I just thought I'd also add a very much wind and rain swept picture of my face into the post because I virtually went make up free today bar maybe some powder to de-shine myself slightly.

So over all I had a lovely but damp day at Salford Keys, did a little shopping (all I bought were hair grips and a necklace showing my love of chocolate which I will post about soon I'm sure) and had a wander around the Lowry Gallery which there was an Annie Lennox exhibition on which was amazing so glad I dropped on it! I'm planning to go back and spend some more time in that section watching all her music videos projected on the wall! Hopefully I will be back to blogging more next week, with better pictures!

7 comments:

  1. Love the scarf. Did you notice a big biulding that says media city on it....well thats where i'm doing my MA :]

    Have you been to the war museum (just across the river) . It's free and fun xxx

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    1. imperial war museum? yes i have... i went a few times last year for research for my collection at college :) and i did see that building! by brother wants to work there soon xx

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  2. I hope you dont mind me saying but I think you look so much softer without the make up and heavy fringe.

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    1. oh hello anon... i don't mind at all, but what do you mean exactly by softer? :)

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  3. Hi,
    I always think a heavy fringe frames a face with a hard edge. Do you know what I mean? looking at you in that picture with your glasses on, your fringe is kinda broken up and it softens you somehow. Also I think the no make up opens your eyes up.
    I didn't mean to be critical just an observation really.
    I dont have a profile so I cant post as anything else but anon, soz!

    julie x

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    1. no problem my lovely i don't mind anons at all! :) my fringe is the same in this as all the others and i don't wear heavy eye make up very often anymore! normally just mascara specially if i'm wearing a strong lip colour :) xx

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