Friday, 25 March 2011

Dissertation is officially over!

        Let the celebrations begin as all the Brookes history students have officially handed in their dissertations!  Today I'm visiting my local pub, the City Arms, then going for lunch at All Bar One and then I'm collecting Matthew before heading off to a BBQ.  What a wonderful start to a weekend, plus the weather in Oxford is gorgeous today, so I thought that now was the time to bring my summer wardrobe out of hibernation.
 Top - Topshop (£15)
Skirt/Boob tube - New Look (£5 in the sale three years ago)
Belt - Topshop (£16)
Shoes -Topshop on eBay (£25)
Necklace - Primark (£1.50)
These shoes do look quite high on first glance but when they are on, they are surpringly comfortable; I think this has definitely been helped by the small platform at the front which has lessened the incline of my  foot.  I managed to walk 3 miles in them a few weeks back and my feet hadn't even started to ache because the sturdy heel offers such fantastic support for your feet and ankles.  It just so happens that chunky high-heels, and wedges too, are in fashion for S/S'11 so say hello to comfy, well supported feet.  Get yours at ASOS, Topshop and Zara for great prices and quality.
I hope everyone has a lovely weekend, Natasha.


Jazzy E (hivennn) said...

so pretty. x hivennn p.s enter my giveaway?

Charlotte said...

Love your girly look and those shoes are awesome!!


shadownlight said...

very nice, those dress is incrediable!
i like ur blog, thats y im gonna fallow u from now on :)
my blog is in german, but ive got an translator right at the right top at my profile, maybe u have a look at it. greets from germany!

shadownlight said...

tkx for fallowing me :)
actually yeah i had a great time in cuba :)
i have been to england for 4 times just, but there is much more to discover left :) greets

Peach said...

your outfit here is just great! and those shoes are gourgeous! love your tattoo too, it's really classy and fine :)

Natasha Green ★ said...

Thanks for the comments everyone. I am looking forward to all of your future blog posts!
shadownlight: which parts of England have you been to already? The North Yorkshire Dales are definitely worth visiting.
Peach: thanks for the comment, I loved your post about Princess Diana.
Charlotte & Jazzy E: thank you for your comments as well, I am now following you both back.

Hope you've all had lovely weekends.
All the best, Natasha :)