This outfit has been in my archive since September, apologies for the delay... I got this faux leather fringe skirt during the summer and it was probably my most worn item. I guess when I saw the words "vegan leather fringe skirt" on the Abercrombie & Fitch website, my heart skipped a beat. I've stopped buying leather, however I'm going to wear out all my previous leather items, because getting rid of them (and potentially having to replace them with non-leather things) would be wasteful. I'm not a big fan of cheap-looking leather alternatives, but this skirt is amazing quality and looks like the real thing. If you are ordering it from A&F, be careful with their sizing. I'm UK6-8 and I got the size 0 and it fits like a glove. I also found a really cute faux-suede skirt on Missguided, but otherwise there are a few options below if you want to browse some more.
Today I went a little bit crazy with writing up posts for the blog, as I finally handed in this beast of a University assignment. It honestly felt like my brain got fried while writing it up. So now I have all this spare time and I can actually do some fun stuff! Tomorrow night I'm heading off to London as I've been invited to a food photography class at the Nikon Photo School. They even promised me vegan food, I am beyond excited! I will do my usual London routine, which means get off at Picadilly Circus - walk to Whole Foods and go crazy - walk to Nordic Bakery and buy Finnish snacks - walk to Carnaby - shop at Brandy Melville - walk to Oxford Circus to look at H&M and & Other Stories flagship stores on Regent street (although I rarely buy anything there, because it's cheaper when I visit my other half in Scandinavia). This is literally what I do in London every single time, but sometimes to spice things up, I do it the other way around. Hope you enjoy the photos and see you next time! XO