top: Forever 21 | blanket: Kmart | jeans: Cotton On | glasses: Karl Lagerfeld | boots (barely shown): Uggs
As you're reading this, I'll be in the dusty red Australian outback. As I'm writing this, it's about a week before we leave and I can't wait. You could look at this as me being really organised 'look at that! Ella's scheduling posts so that there won't be a two week gap in between blogposts! That's so great!' but in reality I'm just procrastinating an essay due two days ago, and studying for two SAC's next week. Good, good. I'm loving this organised life.
Oh- and I got glasses!
Yeah, so it turns out I can't see as well as I thought I could. Which is kind of weird to think about, because I was walking around thinking that everyone sees like this, but nope, it was just me who thought edges of things were a bit blurry.
I got a pair by Karl Lagerfeld and if I'm not mistaken, they're mens glasses. Which doesn't bother me, I just liked them better than all the frames for women. Which got me thinking- why do frames even need to be gendered? It not like glasses are something where a certain type will work better or look better on women or men. #StopGenderingGlasses2k16
This big blanket/jumper was on sale at Kmart for ten dollars the other day and I was. All. Over. It. I have been wanting one of these wearable blankets for a while but couldn't really find any I liked.
Also, someone needs to stop me from going into Kmart so much. In the last two weeks I think I've been in there eight times. Really, it's getting out of hand. I practically live there and recognise most of the employees now.
I'll be back soon and can't wait to put together a video diary for you all! Keep up with what we're doing by following my Instagram and adding me on Snapchat (@inkdreaming).
So much love,