I can’t believe it has been two months since my last outfit post. It’s weird because when choosing a student flat, one criteria at the back of my mind was picking a room with space for outfit photos, and even given this, my tripod has still been collecting dust all term. I have decided to attempt to revert a little bit back to my sixth form self, in the sense that – in sixth form I genuinely cared a lot more about about how I looked and what I wore. I would put a lot more thought into my outfits and you’d never catch me without my nails painted and earrings on. Now, I’m just so lazy; I barely ever wear earrings, I’ve probably painted my nails three times this term, and I tend to wear the same cycle of outfits to uni weekly. Of course there’s only so far back I can revert as in general, I have a lot less time to care, and I genuinely do care a lot less than I used to (at least on a day-to-day basis).
It’s currently 2 am on a Saturday and I have had such a long, long day. I’m up late as my sleeping pattern has yet to correct itself from university, and my day has consisted of early morning Christmas shopping, present wrapping, and filtering through as many pages of Econ work as I could before my brain died. I can’t tell you how good it feels to ‘wind down’ and write up a blog post. This post is going to be something a little bit different for me as it’s going to be a hair tutorial post – focussing on two of my favourite (festive) voluminous hairstyles, in collaboration with John Frieda!