Daily Outfit Challenge – Day 21

Day 21  Wednesday 27/10/10

Black Double U Neck Dress: American Apparel
Waist Belt: Zara
High Waisted Trousers: Zara
‘Splendid’ Clogs: Jeffrey Campbell
Black Flats: Primark

So however much I’d love for my outfit to be completed by my Jeffrey Campbells, it is not at all possible, considering the many steps I have to climb at uni, the places and distances I sometimes have to walk, and the fact that I’m just plain dangerous in flats, let alone heels, so I am forced to wear flats =(
These are the trousers I bought when I had my mini Zara obsession. I find them really challenging to make an outfit out of, but I think this one works quite well, with the camel colour and black. I have also worn them with a black lace leotard which I liked too, but I’m not sure what else, I’d love to hear any suggestions on how to wear them??
So I’m supposed to be studying right now, which I am but there’s only so much Tacitus translation you can do in a certain amount of time, so I’m just having a little break =D
I don’t know if you can tell, probably not because of this light, but I dyed my hair the other night, I expected a much redder colour, but it turned out a lot darker than I hoped. I wanted a big change, but it’s fairly similar to how I had it about a year ago which is a bit annoying really, but nevermind, at least it’s different. I had my natural hair colour for about 6 or 7 months recently, which I haven’t had since I was about 15 (although all I had then were blonde highlights) so that was a different change too =)
Right, back to the Tacitus it is then.



  1. October 27, 2010 / 6:19 pm

    i like the way you styled this outfit, the brown and black work well together 🙂

  2. October 27, 2010 / 8:18 pm

    super cute…and i love your kitchen too


  3. October 30, 2010 / 9:28 pm

    i absolutely LOVE these trousers!!
    i never see anything I like in Zara but I’d love a pair of these!!
    those jeffrey campbell clogs are divine too!!

    Charlotte xxx

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