I never liked anything about maths, especially not after letters started replacing more and more numbers. Geometry on the other hand I adored, playing with shapes and lines was perhaps the most fun I had in a maths class. Now I am done with school yet geometry seems to always catch my eye, in architecture, home design and, naturally, clothes. Im always a little wary about playing with patterns, I have very little appreciation for all the "Do's" and "Don'ts"so I just go with it.

I decided to wear stripes and checkers and shoot it against a lined background, when I go, I go all out. Im wearing a gorgeous structured miniskirt I received from a really cool online store called Choies, the material is sturdy and I was impressed by the quality of the garment. You can buy the skirt - HERE. I paired it with a vintage blouse that was given to me by my mother, from the "good old 80's". As for outerwear, this is my new favourite coat, the colour, the material, the structure are all perfect, god bless Zara! As for the accessories I am wearing the new cult classic H&M Collection sailor cap and my new Philip Lim 3.1 Pashli Satchel (an investment that's worth it). On my feet are some very comfortable and not heeled brogues which dont kill my feet while walking through town, hope you appreciate my commitment to wearing flat shoes!

I am wearing:
Shirt: Vintage
Skirt: Choies
Jacket: Zara
Bag: Philip Lim 3.1
Brogues: Asos
Hat: H&M
Jewelry: H&M, Juicy Couture

This is a little promise I made to someone special: