Daily outfit: You’re the birthday boy or girl!

I have been away from my computer for a couple of days because I went home to celebrate my 24th birthday with my family.  It was a wonderful couple of days.


I travelled home on the train and the bus.  It is usually a nightmarish trip, but this time it was wonderful, mostly because I was wearing my Tank Girl hat.


I am wearing:

– Tank Girl hat from random asian store.

– Ghost World t-shirt from Pulp Kitchen

– Striped shirt from Cotton on

– Keyhole tights from Rubi

– Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars sneakers.

– Pac Man earrings

– studded wrist cuff

-ROCK knuckleduster ring

– studded belt

-liquorice allsorts ring.

– Alvin watch

– Donald Duck ring.


I found out the fun way that when you travel on public transport, you tend to get your own way if you look a little odd, as long as you act cutely polite.


I had a wonderful birthday, and got loads of brilliant presents.  I got a new Ipod, some DVDs, a couple of books, a gorgeous jumper from my parents, some delicious tea, a lovely writing set and a stack of cards.  Thankyou so much to everyone who sent birthday cards, messages and wishes.  It was a wonderful birthday and I really appreciate all the effort you went to to make the day so special for me.


I had a very low-key birthday.  I went out for morning tea with my mother and my grandmother, and then had a facial.  I spent the afternoon loading up my new Ipod and then had fish and chips for dinner with my parents, Ross and my nana and pa.  Lovely.


You might be wondering, “What does a fashion blogger wear on her birthday”?  The answer is, of course, “Something fabulous”.



I am wearing:

– Black turban(!) Thrifted.

– Black bodysuit from Remember Me.

– Red pencil skirt from Christopher Ari

– Fishnet tights from the Sock Shop.

– Red I Love Billie mary janes.

– Silver and hematite necklace, from my grandmother.

– Sparkly vintage bracelet.

– Amethyst ring.


I am in love with this turban.  I bought it on a whim and I adore the way it looks.  It feels so comfortable and warm, and it hides the fact that my hair is in dire need of a wash.  It also makes me feel a little snooty when I wear it.  I wore it in the city today and I found myself casting disdainful glances at crabby teenagers on the train.  It’s funny the power that hats have over me.  When I was wearing my Tank Girl hat the other day, I was full of energy, but did use the word “Bollocks” a lot more often than usual.


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