If “jumping on the bandwagon” was a GSCE, I’d have got an A*. A degree? a First. A driving test? smashed first time – OK, stop bragging you arse and get on with the post – but no, this is not me trying to ‘big myself up’/make me feel like I’m actually good at something/over compensate for the lack of qualifications listed above in my own educational life (well, it probably is a little bit of that too) what I’m actually trying to get at is, if something’s been hyped up across the blogosphere – 1) if anyone can say that word without feeling like a massive tit, please let me know? and 2) if anyone ever meets me in real life, please feel free to slap me in the face for using it! – then you can bet your bottom dollar I’ve caved and bought it too.
The item in question today? That pyjama-esque playsuit. First Vivianna rocked it, then I saw it on Suzi, shortly followed by a tonne of people all over the likes of lookbook, Instagram etc. and then, my hands slipped on the mouse, randomly ended up on the Zara website, accidentally hovered over and clicked the ‘Add to bag’ button and somehow managed to type my details out and bob’s your uncle. Bought. Isn’t it a bitch when that happens? (“No, you’re the bitch” Screams my poor, increasingly dwindling, purse!)
Said Pyjama style playsuit. With a side of cheesy/vacant/standard ‘awkwardly grabbing the barnet and staring at the floor’ poses.
Bangwaon/”I look like a grandad” Playsuit: Zara
Worn ’em a million times boots: Ebay
Said Vacant “Not sure what to do so I’ll just grab the barnet and stare at the floor pose: Models own