Saturday, February 2, 2013

OOTD: Burgundy Maxi Skirt

Hi all! This week has been such a busy week for me that I didn't get to properly plan and think about my next blog post. I've decided to make this one a short update/lifestyle one where I include an Outfit of the Day.

Grey tee (YesStyle), black blazer (Free Fusion), burgundy maxi skirt and bow belt (from Eleanor)

Eleanor of "Shameless Quirks" (whom I got to meet up with at the Melbourne Bloggers Meet!) had a pre-loved clothes blog sale and that was where I made my first ever maxi skirt purchase. I was so excited to receive it and try it on because it looked gorgeous on her. And for only $10, it was a steal :3 I loved how she included the bow belt - it goes so well with it!

Credit: Eleanor @ Shameless-Quirks

She's actually going to be selling pre-loved clothes and more along with Melody (Melludee) and Sue (en-ce-moment) tomorrow morning at the Camberwell Market! If only I resided in Melbourne or was there again :( I would totally go and visit them at their stall!!

Anyway, I decided to wear the maxi skirt because it was quite a chilly day (quite odd for summer) when I went out to catch up with a friend over coffee.

This was good but yep... still missing the Starbucks :/

One of my favourite shops in Chinatown is Kawaii which is divided in two sections - one side sells items where everything is $2.80 which I guess is a mini Daiso. Actually it's not even half the size of Daiso :(

They also have a small range of Japanese snacks which may be more or less than $2.80. I grabbed these Rilakkuma sticks for $1.50... only because the packaging was so cute ^^

 They're ok haha, I think they're vanilla-flavoured

However the other half of the store sells most Japanese cosmetics, magazine, skincare products, accessories and more! There is even a Jill Stuart collection locked up in a glass cabinet and it looks so pretty T__T I want it all!

Unfortunately I wasn't able to take a picture of it while being subtle about it. I just know that sales assistants get annoyed when customers take photos inside their store. Though I did manage to take a few sneaky ones lol.

So sorry for the bad quality >< Being sneaky isn't easy!

Dolly Wink range *_* I would much rather buy online though... these are overpriced!

I found it cool how they have a Japanese tutorial video playing of how to use these double eyelid fibres

On Thursday I played tennis for the very first time! Not competitively though, just for fun and to get a feel for what it's like to serve and hit the ball. The poor boyfriend had to put up with my noob skills and unco-ness xD But thankfully he said that he would like to play tennis with me again some time!

Afterwards we went to eat at a nearby cafe and I had something quite yummy and refreshing:

 Can't go wrong with a warm chicken and crispy bacon salad!

I seriously can't believe that it's February already and I'll be heading back to uni in a month's time. Am I looking forward to it? Yes and no, but mostly yes. No because of the stress and lack of sleep but yes because I am looking forward to seeing my friends who I haven't caught up with in the holidays and... the fact that I will be starting another degree. This means that I will finish the one that I have been studying (in my final year now) and then start the next one the following year. I will graduate with two separate degrees! I was supposed to officially graduate from uni next year but it looks like I'll be staying for at least another three! Commerce, here I come :) And cheers for the offer.

That's about it for my 'life update'. Not sure if these types of posts are interesting or worth reading; though I must say that they remind me a lot of when I first started blogging back in '08 with my daily non-beauty/fashion-related recounts.

Hope you're all well and thanks for reading~

 Jen xx
 

14 comments:

  1. I like personal blog entries. Allows me to understand you better.
    Oh, the maxi skirt looks gorgeous on you! :D

    How come you're starting a new degree? Is there a reason for that? If it's too personal, don't worry. You don't need to answer it. I'm just curious.

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    1. Hi Marie! Thanks for the feedback :)
      It's not too personal but I'll Whatsapp you about it just in case you don't come back here to read my answer

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  2. You look gorgeous in the skirt! Love the colour :) the market was not bad today although it was raining buckets for over half the time so we were all soaked :(
    Congrats on being offered Commerce! My uni doesn't offer double degrees anymore so I'm just doing single degree in Commerce too :)

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    1. Nawww that sucks about the weather :(
      Thank you Sue ^^

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  3. that salad looks so good! I want to eat one now :p

    So lucky Adelaide still has places that sell asian makeup and hair dye... Unfortunately Perth does not! It's very very sad :(

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    1. Haha agreed xD
      Naww really?? They definitely should open one!! D:

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  4. Rows and rows of Japanese cosmetics and hair dye. Heaven zone. How much more expensive is Dolly Wink in Australia? I enjoy your 'life' updates. Keep them comin'.

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    1. Mm, at least $10+ more dollars or so :/

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  5. Wow, that's heaven zone! All the Japanese hair dyes and cosmetics. Your 'life' segment bit is enjoyable. Keep it up!

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  6. Oh you look gorgeous in the maxi skirt!!
    And eesh, Melb has so many of those Asian stores but everythinggggggg is overpriced :T

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    1. Aw thank you Melody :)
      Ah yeah I went to a few there in town... they're so pretty inside but overpriced :( Such a shame!

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  7. So what is the first degree will you be graduating with? :)

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