59. WIWT & General Update

I can't tell you how glad I am to see the back of snow (for now!). I can finally stand upright without toppling over moments later.

Not much to report today, I thought I'd keep it short and sweet with an outfit of the day post.

Dress - Vintage
Boots - Whistles

I've spent the weekend moving the last bits and pieces out of the flat, and back over to my dads while I wait for Fella and I to move in together. I have to admit, it'll be a lot easier having my stuff between two places instead of three. That was a bit of a nightmare. Roll on May!

I did a spot of sale shopping and finally got my grubby little mitts on the NW3 fox dress I've been lusting after since I saw it last summer. Alas the only place I could find it was ASOS, but whatever! I'm so glad to have it.

Dress - NW3 

Of course the only downside if this has to be stored away until Spring. But I can wait.. and when I finally get to wear it, it shall be glorious.

I am ridiculously excited to see the up and coming documentary about the hunt for Richard III's burial site. Hopefully this will discredit the hunchback myth!

I also cleared out quite a bit to go to the Keech charity shops. It's a charity that's extremely close to my heart having lost both my Mama's parents to cancer within months of each other. I hope they can get a tidy penny from what we've donated. Such a good cause. During such a traumatic time in our lives, the staff at the Keech became a second family and provided such a comforting atmosphere when we visited my grandparents we were almost able to forget that they were there for terminal care. Plus they had resident cats whom I absolutely adored playing with. 

Have a lovely evening!


  1. I am adoring that yellow and black dress up top. Its so perfect for office, evening with a heel. Adore it.

    new follower :)

    1. Hello new follower :) Thank you for your comment! I've had it since I was about 17 or so. It's older than me ha! It's really warm too, which is great this time of year!


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