Infinity Scarf - Gifted
White Knit Sweater - Thrifted
Beige Skinny Jeans - Zara
Heeled Oxfords - Locale
Over the past weekend I got knocked over by unexpected sickness that kept me home halfway into the week. It's been a while since I've felt that terrible and for the first time in a while, I stopped thinking about blogging, design, visual appeal, all that jazz...
Which is unusual for me. But when you're just lying in bed, because you can't move your head for more than two minutes without feeling nauseous, what shoes look good with tights doesn't really excite your mind much.
|My lovely boyfriend brought over some small presents while I was still capable of moving... without feeling like dying.|
Once I got over my sick days I was plagued with all the work I had missed out on while I was lying in bed... Great.
So basically... I haven't been thinking much about blog-worthy things.
There are pretty much no outfit posts because I have no outfits... I go from uniform to pajama/paint-in-this clothes. It's not fascinating or attractive at all.
For the majority of this Winter, Canada has been experiencing unusually warm temperature. But recently our temperatures have started dropping and now we have snow on the ground (... a month after Christmas), yay.
My main concern these days is actually just to stay as warm and cozy as possible, so no, I wouldn't actually wear these shoes outside (not with this snow...).
Sometimes I really wish I lived somewhere warmer where I can wear skirts and flats and reveal my ankles all year around. But I guess there is something cute about the whole winter-drown-myself-in-as-many-fuzzy-layers-as-possible look.
There's also a story behind this scarf. A few weeks ago, I went to a karaoke place for my friend's birthday and somebody stole my scarf. It was a nice black cashmere one so I was slightly depressed over it (oh, the melodrama). When my boyfriend found out, he got me this scarf to make up for it. It's warm and cozy and beige. I am forever happy.
I feel pretty guilty getting spoiled all the time, but I won't lie... it's pretty nice.