I'm up fresh and early this morning after a fairly late night last night and I am ready to kick the crap out of this shitty-weathered Saturday. I was out last night with ma grrrls and made quite the night of it. Theme of the night was fancy so we stuck on our party dressed and proceeded to the dance-floor (check out the pretty dresses here.. ohhhhh!).
Something I always go by on a night out is to ensure you have a giggle and make the trip worth your time. I spent so much of my late teens going to clubs I hated with girls who wanted to look sexy and constantly check themselves in the bathrooms every ten minutes. I could never really understand why this was the popular thing to do for fun. But I'm just guessing that sexy ain't ma thaang.
Now, with the confidence that nobody cares what you look like when you're pulling shapes (and anyone who does is just a wee root!), I have had some of the best nights banter! It really doesn't matter who is there, as long as you are there with friends and there's a dancable beat then you have no excuse but to make craic. It can be quite dangerous and I have actually pulled a muscle right up my inner thigh from dem high-kicks - but all very worth it.
Tonight me and a few ones are going out to the Tease-O-Rama to see beautiful lady friend Nuala Rude do her thaang (get your butts down to see this one at 8.30!). It's really great to see Belfast hosting awesome nights like this and swing dancing nights (which we are starting classes for!). It's something different for a night out and I wholeheartedly support it!
Aye, so onto the featured outfit. This top was sent in from Motel Rocks (months ago! #BadBlogger) as a part of a two-piece but the skirt was far too small for my booty so I teamed it with this vintage skirt from.. you've guessed it! Yellow Submarine Belfast! The top was the perfect burst of colour to the outfit and I love the cropped fitting on it.
Midi-skirts / full skirt dresses have been filling up in my wardrobe and my personal style is becoming more mature. I think I have always had pretty good knowledge on how to dress for my shape, but my silhouette is becoming more classic (unintentionally) and I like dat. In saying that, I am still going to keep wearing smock dresses like the child I am.
Hope you lot have the perfect weekend planned, and throw some shapes
(if you're into boogying!).