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Tracks

Ahoy!

I’m back with an outfit post which is a bit more glamorous than usual. This weekend is my brother’s 20th birthday. For his present this year, I took him to see a film at the BFI London Film Festival in Leicester Square. He’s a big film fanatic so I knew he’d be happy to see any of the bills on this years bill. I chose to take him to see Tracks, a film based on a book of the true story of Robyn Davidson who trekked across the Australian deserts with the help of 4 camels she trained to carry her belongings. It stars Mia Wasikowska and Girls odd hunk, Adam Driver. It’s a very inspiring movie. Anyway, here’s what I wore for the red carpet event (I took so long getting ready, we sort of missed out on the red carpet part).

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I was very excited to get the chance to wear this lacey number. I bought this maxi dress in New Look’s sale for just Ā£15! I thought it only right to pair it with some pearls. The pearled belt actually came with another dress and the pearl necklace belonged to my Great Grandma. My shoes were quite glitzy too! I got them in the ASOS sale.

My cute kitty ring is from Wholesaleitonline.com and was just $2.06! The pearl clip is my Mum’s (Thanks!)

After the film, I took a wee walk to Waterloo and met a friend for a drink. There’s a new vintage train style bar that has opened up just around the corner from where he lives. We were given some ‘train tickets’ to exchange at the bar for a free beer/glass of wine. The bar had a really cool look to it. The couches looked like luxurious train seats and there were screens showing passing landscapes so it looked like windows. It was called Carriage 34.

I’ve had fun using my new camera, though I’m still trying to figure out how to use it properly.

I have also been given the chance to trial out an item of clothing from Oasap. Once it has arrived, all shall be revealed…

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