(both dresses from Topshop)
Excuse the absolutely awful quality of the photo; that's what you get when your friend uploads the photos to Facebook and it descales them. The girl next to me is my best friend Sarah; she'll probably crop up in more of my photos now and again! The dress she's wearing is one of mine that I got in the sale at the Topshop concession at Debenhams - it was only £10!
We went out to our friends birthday Saturday night to Strawberry Moons in Maidstone, Kent. I've kind of grown out of clubbing now, and much prefer dinner and bar dates, but when it's a friends 21st you can't say no really. However, I was pleasantly surprised at the choice of venue! It had two floors & another separate room, a good choice of music and (!!!!!) cocktails were £3... yes, you heard me right girls, three pounds. If you've been reading my blog a while you'll know that I am a sucker for my cocktails.. and, well, I was in heaven! I didn't drink much as Sarah was driving (and who wants a drunk passenger?) but I must go back and make the most of it.
Once I've finished today's essay I need to start my politics one this week, then book my birthday up.. Only a mere three weeks till I hit the grand old age of 21! I have no idea what J or my parents are getting me, so I'm all excited!
In other news, I went and tried on the Aqua dress and although I needed a smaller size, and it was the white I tried on, it was pure love. I can get 20% off from ASOS so it'll bring the price down to £136 which makes it a bit easier to swallow if I do decide to purchase it. Decisions decisions..
I must dash and finish this essay... it's about the novel Mrs Dalloway and feminism, so if any of you have views/opinions feel free to share (as I'm very stuck!)