I got this Wildfox jumper from Pop Store in Birmingham just before coming to France. It was a bit of a splash-out buy, I've never spent so much on a jumper, but I did get 15% student discount and it's so comfy! It's actually stretched out quite a lot, so I'm going to see if I can shrink it on a hot wash when I go home for Christmas, but I still really love it. I'd recommend checking out Pop Store if you're in Birmingham shopping, they stock a great range of brands and the staff are amazingly helpful and friendly. Best customer service ever I think!
The skirt is from New Look and the shoes are from Office.
I'm going to see Harry Potter tonight, I'm so excited! Today is the first day that it's out in France, I've been so jealous reading on Facebook that all my friends back home have already seen it. So grateful for the fact that most cinemas in France try to show films in "version originale", meaning they have French subtitles and aren't dubbed, it would drive me insane if Harry, Ron and co's voices were wrong!
Me and some of the other English girls here have been watching all of the other films on DVD for the past week building up to the new film. We put the French subtitles on because they change all of the names of the houses, and some of the characters, and it's pretty funny. Hogwarts is called "Poudlard" in French and Snape is called "Rogue". So weird! Oh, and you know how the letters in Tom Marvolo Riddle rearrange to make "I am Lord Voldemort" (in Chamber of Secrets)? In French, so that the letters unscramble to say "Je suis Voldemort" (I am Voldemort), Tom Riddle is changed to Tom Elvis Jedusor. We found it kind of hilarious that Voldemort's middle name is Elvis(!) in French. Ohh Frenchies, you are so peculiar sometimes...