I tried to do a close up of my necklace, but the lighting is all wrong so I had to take it of and place it on the table.
The stones are untreated in any way, just as they are found in nature. The cuffs are snakeskin. I have had it for a couple of years but haven't had much clothes to wear it with. Then a couple of weeks ago I found these jeggings that were cheap, are extremely comfortable and in just the right colour.
I tried ordering some lighter green ones from H&M but they were sold out (I ordered them the first day they were sold online - either they only had half a dozen in stock or they didn't have any at all and lied about it...). Anyway, the colour on these is much better.
At the same time I noticed that a lot of shops had a sale going on. The following items are now in my possession:
On top of this I'm looking forward to see this one in may mailbox:
I have to say that all of it was ridiciously cheap, less than a third of the original price. The only thing is that everything is bought from webshops abroad.
My country is so small that it's very hard to get clothes that aren't mainstream. Being a UK size 18 is not mainstream here! I find it frustrating as well as discriminating. There are a few shops that sell larger size clothes but everything is very boxy and tent-like. A few international chains are represented but only with a limited range. Being only just above 5 million inhabitants in the whole country I understand the problems for the shops. But that doesn't make it easier for me and others not of standard measures. Whenever I go shopping for clothes or shoes I always end up with yet another scarf!