It’s been so so long since I last posted anything, a whole damn month! As most of you know June was a very stressful month for me because of my exams and the thought of sitting down and doing something else that required brain power, even if it was something like blogging which I love, filled me with exhaustion and dread. I know I said I was going to try to keep posting while I was doing my exams but that definitely turned out to be more ambitious than I thought, so I decided to follow a piece of advice I always give people when they ask me questions about blogging: don’t put too much pressure on yourself and don’t blog if you don’t feel like it because it will make it a chore. But I am definitely back and will be blogging as before, so I just wanted to give you guys a huge apology for basically falling off the face of the earth, if you have commented in the last month I will be answering your comments over the next week, while I haven’t replied seeing all your lovely comments has definitely helped to brighten my days over the last month!
So I thought I would kick-start blogging again with something a little special, today I am sharing with you Jessie’s prom look. If you’ve read the blog before you will definitely know that Jessie dresses slightly quirky, something that runs in our family haha, and you will also know how much I love her style!
Jessie had a very similar view of wearing a traditional prom dress to me when I was in year 11, she knew it just wasn’t her so went on the look out for something a little different. She got this dress from online from the website Lindy Bop, they sell vintage style clothing in sizes 6-26 which is amazing considering so many vintage style shops I’ve checked out don’t cater for people smaller than a size 8/10. Jessie’s dress was stunning and was of such a good quality and she looked absolutely beautiful! So here is her look:
Lipstick-Rimmel Apocalips ‘Stella’
Shoes-Cu Cu Fashion
So there is Jessie’s prom look! I will be uploading my look next week so keep an eye out!