Dress: Primark. £6.
Cardigan: Noa Noa. £30.
Tights: Asda. £2.My thighs have pretty much always been my biggest insecurity, they clearly didn’t bother me enough to give up chocolate and crisps and take up running, but in my head I definitely thought they were a lot bigger than they really are. For someone as tall as I am, I have oddly short legs so in comparison with the rest of my body they will always look a little stubby but if they actually look like they do in these pictures in real life, then I’m pretty happy! You won’t see me parading around in hot pants or anything like that (don’t worry, your eyes are safe!) but for now I’m embracing my chubby thighs and maybe when my boyfriend starts making me go running with him (meanie!) or I get a puppy (fingers crossed!), they’ll tone up a little bit.
I bought this dress from Primark at the same time I got this lovely. I’ve always found the majority of Primark dresses to be on the short side so I did umm and ahh about buying this but in the end I thought it was too cute to resist. When I first got this home and tried it on I wasn’t keen because it’s quite sheer but apparently sheer things are very ‘in’ right now! Look at me being all trendy I never thought that would happen, and I actually don’t care that my bra is totally visible.
Foundation: Bourjois Healthy Mix.
Concealer: Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection.
Blush: Bourjois Ambre D'Or.
Eyeshadow: Urban Decay Naked Palette.
Mascara: Collection 2000 Big Fake.
Lipstick: 17 Watermelon Crush.
I apologise for my face there, sometimes taking outfit photographs makes me go a little bit crazy! I really can't wait until I'm able to
Have you ever seen a photograph of yourself that changed your perspective on how you feel about yourself to a positive one?