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This week is my first full week at uni in Vienna. I only had one lecture last week. I had two history courses today; history of Austria from 1918 to the present day, and contemporary history (20th and 21st centuries). It looks like they're both going to be really interesting.
It's still winter coat weather in Vienna, so my outfits have been a bit naff for the past week as I've mainly brought spring clothes with me, so I've been mainly wearing the same boring jeans, t-shirt, jumper combination over and over again, to keep warm. I thought that I'd attempt something a little more interesting today, not that it really matters though as I have my coat on except in lectures, when I'm sitting down and noone can see me. Oh well.

New Look shirt, Topshop t-shirt and trousers, Next boots


I don't have my student card yet which means I can't get into the library (at least I don't think I can), so to kill the time between classes I decided to go for a wander down Mariahilfer Strasse, which is the main high-street type shopping street. I popped into H&M to try to find some gloves, because the ones I have at the moment (also from H&M) have holes in the ends of both index fingers now. They only cost me 2 euros to begin with, but I only bought them in November or December, so I'm a bit annoyed. Anyway, there were practically no winter accessories in H&M, it was all really summery stuff, but I found a pair of mittens for 2 euros in the bargain bin. They don't keep your hands warm at all though I discovered as soon as I left the shop, so I'm having to wear my old holey gloves with the mittens on top, which means I have really well-padded hands now!
I also saw this cute leather bag charm, and although it was quite expensive for what it is (4.99), I've been wanting to get a bag charm for my uni bag (a Longchamp shopper) for a while now, and this one looks really good with the leather handles and trim of the bag. Tassels are fun.

Yes those are (cd) DJ decks in my room. No, I have no idea how to use them.

9 comments

  1. That charm looks so cool on your Longchamp bag! Love your outfit here too..I've been looking for ages for the perfect denim shirt!

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  2. Loooove the trousers and boots combo!
    I found your blog a while ago too, but it was when I was in the stage of being embarrassed about the shoddiness of my blog so didn't want any IRL people to see it haha! Yours is fab though! How exciting that you're studying abroad! Are you in halls there?

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  3. It's so funny that you've posted this, because I was thinking just the other day that I really needed to dig out this navy bag I have with a brown leather trim and tassels.... I love the chino style trousers with those boots.

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  4. how you can your mazing curly hair, could you make video with instructions ;)

    btw. i love your blog so much :)

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  5. Love the trousers! I've just bought a second pair of peg leg trousers, but I'm still too cold to wear them.
    Love your top knot hair do as well.

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  6. I adore your pants! They are such a gorgeous colour! Also, I've just started following your blog, and SO glad I did! Your blog is so adorable! And you have such good style it's crazy! x www.lostinthehaze.com

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  7. I LOVE those trousers on you x

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  8. From your photos Vienna looks absolutely beautiful. It's definitely somewhere I'd like to visit one day, and nice to hear the course so far has you interested too - definitely a bonus to keep you occupied! I tried a similar ensemble of chino and denim last week, I really like the distressed shirt you're rocking it! I think it's an interesting texture combination, much better than the standard breton or floral upper half which tends to be paraded around jazzy ♥

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  9. i love this outfit, why do you look so darn good in trousers?! i adore the little tassel you bought, it goes perfectly with your bag. xx

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