County Walks - Outfit Of The Day

Walking around the most prettiest town will be one day I will never forget. As many of you know I have strange hobbies, I like abandoned buildings mainly hospitals, asylums and homes. I also have a huge love for the Victorian era. I have been fascinated by it since a little girl learning about them in school and the obsession has continued. On Wednesday I thought time for an outfit of the day, it's been ages and the weather is really getting better. I found a cute village only an hour away and off we went. It will full of tea rooms, cute handmade shops and a stunning antique shop. The word Antique to me is excitement and "we are going in, end of" so off we went. It was in a converted barn, dark and full head to toe of loads of amazing things. After wondering around for a while and with a handful of Victorian cards I went over to the jewelry, so many pretty rings and little watches were lined up. Between them Victorian coins with Queen Victoria on them, I was in my element! At the last stand I found something I have been hunting for. It was sat in a little brown box all on it's own right at the back. A Victorian Mourning Brooch! I knew them it was going to be mine and I paid straight away. It's stunning, pretty and thoughtful. It has a locket of hair in side in a plait and the thing it's self is tiny, maybe for a child to wear. After years of hunting and searching every shop possible I am so pleased to own my very own piece. I know a few people who also have these and I have always longed for my own. 

I'm so loving the whole ripped jeans look! It's really comfy and creates a more edgy look. The denim jacket is the same one in my last outfit of the day. I loved it being dark blue but I have always wanted a washed out jacket so I bleached it in the bath and it turned out like this! I'm thinking about getting another, bleaching it and tie dying it all shades of purple! 

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