I've finally got round to adding some category/label buttons to my blog so you can find my posts more easily. I have chosen to stick to three categories for now - History for all my history based posts and rambles, Fashion so you can find all my fashion and style related posts in one place and Reviews for my book reviews. I may add a writing button, for when I'm ready to discuss my progress of my one-day-to-be-published book I've been working on for what feels like forever.
I am trying to work out a feasible schedule for posting my book reviews - I'd love to be able to post a review once every two weeks, but I'm unsure if that is actually achievable for me. Although, on the other hand I don't want to post just one book review per month. I feel that that is lazy. But what is an achievable time scale? Any advice you could offer would be much appreciated!
Fella and I had a lovely, lazy Sunday. He's having to work a fair few weekends of late, which results in myself monopolising his time for myself! Sometimes we don't get up to a great deal (I'm having to pry him away from his Civilization 5 game most of the time, including now! I'm having to listen to the Bafta Ceremony but I can't see anything because he's hooked his game up through the television!) but since I've officially roped him in to helping me with my outfit posts it's a nice, relaxed way to spend a Sunday. He enjoy's photography, and it's great to have his input into the blog.
So here it is, in all it's glory - my outfit of the day. I wanted to wear something casual but semi-smart for the weekend. It was beautifully sunny today, which made it feel a lot more mild than it has been lately. I love any chance to break out my sunglasses, which my mother purchased around 15 years or so ago from Ray-Ban, and have now made their way into my possession. Add a slick of red lipstick and I was ready for our day of lazy meandering around town.
Top - Whistles, Blazer - Topshop, Jeans - 'Joni' Topshop