..the Cybher edition!
I haven’t got a decent picture of what I wore to Cybher from the actual day so this is a tiny bit of a cheat as the pictures are from this morning. I’m nothing if not dedicated, what can I say!
(Cream chiffon top – Next, cream/gold camisole underneath – H&M, ink blue skinnies – M&S, bespoke ballet flats – c/o Upper Street Shoes, freshwater pearl bracelet – Eyre, Sweetie bracelet – Links of London, Sweetie Candy Hearts bracelet – Links of London, Watch – Michael Kors, Anna handbag – LK Bennett)
You wouldn’t believe how many times I changed my mind about what I was going to wear to Cybher. Well actually, if you know me or stop by my blog regularly you might. Anyway, when I finally decided to go down the jeans route instead of a dress, then there was no question that I would be wearing my beloved Upper Street Shoes and using my new and much longed for Anna handbag so I chose my top around them.
I got so many lovely compliments about my top so I was a bit embarrassed to have to confess that I actually bought it yonks ago from Next of all places! Ha! I bought it last year for my trip to Buckingham Palace and I figured hey, if it’s good enough for her Maj, then it’s good enough for Cybher. Just to be clear, I was at the Palace to visit Kate’s dress not actually meet the Queen. And yes I really am that much of a nut job that I went to see that wedding dress. Lucky for me, I have a friend who is equally as mad (clearly!) to take me. Anyway, I digress, sorry!
I purposely didn’t buy anything new for Cybher as I didn’t want it to turn into some kind of mission impossible of trying to find The Most Perfect Outfit and I’m glad that I went down the ransacking of the old wardrobe route instead. I knew that it would be a long day and I wanted it to be comfortable day too. It made complete sense to me to wear the comfiest ballet flats I own which also happen to be the most stylish shoes I have probably EVER owned! And the same with the top too. It’s something that I feel completely comfortable in and also has great memories attached. Although I didn’t think it out completely as it might be lovely but it also has buttons all the way down the back and of course I didn’t have the Mr on hand to fasten them up what with being away in that there London (I knew he came in useful for something dammit!) Anyway, I will leave to your imagination the kind of knots that I tied myself into getting ready that morning *cough*
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