2014 year in review (outfits)

Can you believe December is already more than half over and we’re staring 2015 in the face? Neither can I.

I must apologise for serious lack of posts/reading of other blogs lately (so so sorry! Anna of Melodic Thrifty and Chic – only one of my fave blogs ever featured me on her amazing blog this week and I didn’t even see it because I am SO SLACK!! *hangs head in shame*). Work has been really busy this week, we’ve been getting ready for Xmas (tramping!!) and also it’s Xmas so there have been Xmas parties! So because I’ve been so slack and haven’t uploaded my latest lot of photos, I’ll leave you with this. I’m not sure these are all my fave looks from the year, but I just picked my favourite look or item from each month.

January

sunglasses: boyfriend found on ground, top: anthropologie, camisole: my ex-work, skirt: so incredibly old I actually don't remember where it's from, sandals: Sofft Brilynn (amazon.com)

sunglasses: boyfriend found on ground, top: anthropologie, camisole: my ex-work, skirt: so incredibly old I actually don’t remember where it’s from, sandals: Sofft Brilynn (amazon.com)

March

top: Kinki Gerlinki, skirt: trademe (paperscissors), boots: OTBT Hutchinson (amazon.com)

top: Kinki Gerlinki, skirt: trademe (paperscissors), boots: OTBT Hutchinson (amazon.com)

April

Trafalgar Square

(Trafalgar Square) glasses: zenni.com, cardi: my ex-work, dress: modcloth

May

Cozy and warm!

jacket: asos, top: shanton, jeans: 7 for all mankind, boots: Eject

June

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coat: Kenneth Cole (amazon.com), skirt: trademe (paper scissors), tights: anthropologie, boots: dr marten

 

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Dr Martens Ailee

 

July

something something

top: trademe, skirt: made by mom!, tights: witchery, boots: OTBT, satchel: Dr Martens Hieronymus Bosch

something else

Close-up of the Hieronymus Bosch satchel

August

Graduation!

Graduation!Β  Dress: vintage Chloe, purchased at the Vintage Market in Brick Lane

Sept

dress: made by me, boots: OTBT

Dr. Who TARDIS dress: made by me, boots: OTBT

October

top

cardi: trademe (dotti), tee: threadless, skirt: trademe, tights: witchery, boots: dr marten

November

dress: handmade by me, belt: thrifted, shoes: jeffrey campball (via nastygal)

dress: handmade by me, belt: thrifted, shoes: jeffrey campball (via nastygal)

December

cardi: my ex-work, top: trademe (dotti), skirt: trademe (modcloth), boots: Dr. Marten

cardi: my ex-work, top: trademe (dotti), skirt: trademe (modcloth), boots: Dr. Marten

Wishing you a happy holiday, and a stylish 2015!

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15 thoughts on “2014 year in review (outfits)

  1. Blogging makes it so fun to look back on the year and see how your style has evolved! Sometimes I’m even reminded of outfits I forgot I liked πŸ™‚ You’ve made some great stuff!

    • Thank you! Yes it is interesting to look back and see some of the looks for the year. I wish I was better at capturing photos every day – it is hard though! Sometimes I think my outfits are too boring/ordinary or that I’ve already blogged them so no one will want to see them again!

  2. I loved March’s outfit (missed it on the blog first time around, I think!) and of course, your graduation outfit. Well, all your outfits. I’m still amazed you made that skirt from November too. Hope the tramping is fun and you have a great time!

    • Aw, thank you! πŸ˜€ Yes, I’m a bit of a nerd like that – I secretly want to obsess over all of the holidays. Except – they’re not a very big deal over here.

  3. So many favorites here ❀ This is a good round-up. Those effing Ailee boots, though! Omg! *dies* Don't worry about being busy! People shouldn't really apologize for that (though I find myself doing the same thing on occasion hehe). Being busy is a good thing! πŸ˜€

    – Anna

    http://www.melodicthriftychic.com

    • I know – I shouldn’t complain about being busy, but honestly it gets exhausting and there’s never enough time to do everything I want (e.g. today I decided I really ought to learn how to knit. When am I going to find time for that?!). πŸ˜€

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