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An announcement (and a cute hat)

Firstly and most importantly, I have finally bought a domain name for the blog. The Fish Tank can now be found at

www.fishtankfashion.com


The old blogspot address will re-direct to the new address though, so don't worry about updating your bookmarks.

I'm hoping that 2011 will be the year when I can really make the blog the very best it can be, and what better way to kick that off than with a domain name?

I've also created a favicon especially for The Fish Tank, the little pink fish you can see swimming around next to the url in your address bar and on top of your tabs. Isn't he cute?

I'm back in France, just for a couple of weeks for exams. I took most of my clothes home at Christmas and only left a few items here, so I probably won't be doing any outfit posts until I get back to the UK.

Just so this isn't a pictureless post, here's a crappy webcam shot of the bear hat I got from eBay (I've wanted one for ages, but always missed them in shops), which has been on my head for the whole of the Christmas holidays, and my new glasses, which I absolutely love. I don't mind wearing these all of the time, unlike my old glasses, which will no doubt do my eyesight a world of good and hopefully get rid of the headaches I've been getting a lot lately.



The hat was in my hand luggage when I was going through security at Birmingham airport on the way back to Lyon, and the security guard/bag scanning man told me I should get a different hat because these are too common. It was odd getting fashion tips from the guy scanning my laptop for explosive devices. He might be right, they are everywhere, mainly on 15 year olds, but I think my bear hat is adorable, so I shall continue to wear it nonetheless. Got some weird stares once I got back to Lyon though. Oh those unfashionable Frenchies... :p

EDIT: Oh, and I've also changed the post main text colour to black, as you can see. I decided the pink was a bit too much, and a bit difficult to read.