I'm mentioned before that I'm not really a bag girl. I have about three bags, and 9 times out of 10 you'll find me carrying my big, black, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink Mulberry Roxanne. It fits everything in it and goes with everything so I rarely swap around. However, when this beautiful pink Knomo bag arrived I was in love. It might just be the most beautiful bag I've ever owned. Plus it's perfect for work- I can even fit my Macbook and a notebook in it for meetings! I decided to pair it with my new pink heels (even though they don't quite match perfectly) that I bought to go with my birthday dress. They're a little bit high for work but I thought they were a great way to brighten up my favourite spotty dress.
polka dot dress- Next
heels- SoYouShoes via Amazon
necklace- Forever 21
bag- c/o Knomo bags
I started my second photography course last night! I'm so excited because it definitely seems a step up from my last one. I'm going to start trying to spend two hours every Sunday working on my photography and practicing what I'm learning in class. I just don't spend enough time working on it- perfectly demonstrated in these photos which were taken in five minutes before work. I'm also considering taking a qualification in photography if I enjoy my next class. God there's just so much I want to do. Does that every stress you out? I started writing my 23 before 24 list the other day and I found it so exciting but so stressful at the same time. I mean realistically, can I really take more photography classes, take French classes, and start singing and dancing again? While also maintaining friendships, planning to move out in a year or so and progressing at work? Does anyone else get stressed out about this? I've done all these things in various parts of my life and I miss them. I miss dancing at uni, I miss singing in bands when I was 17 but I've always wanted to learn a language and I want to progress with photography. Maybe it's a one step at a time thing.