dress: boutique jacob; sunnies: vintage; bag: gift from sister; scarf: ?
I feel like I should have been spotting my football kit, but since my team was out early on, and I would otherwise have look ludicrous in an England jersey, I settled on this dress. I bought it from Boutique Jacob a while back but never really got the chance to wear it. For reasons unknown, it disappeared into the back of my closet only to be rediscovered yesterday. With the pastel colour, empire waist and the slight pleats down the skirt (wish I had captured some clearer photos), I immediately remembered why I purchased it. I paired it with a headscarf mainly because I was too lazy to do anything else with my hair, and it was humid out. My sister gave this wicked little bag to me. I think she picked it up while in Cape Town last year. It's pretty much just a cotton fabric with a knotted strap made of the same print material. A little DIY project for any of you creative geniuses perhaps?
Excuse the lack of shoes. We had been laying out on the grass after the games, and I thought it was a good time to take photos. It wasn't until I went to upload the photos that I realized something odd....I wasn't spotting my sandals.
And here, ladies and gentlemen, is what victory looked like on the streets of Toronto. This was the sight mere minutes after Spain scored the winning goal against the Netherlands yesterday afternoon. I feel like every single person on the streets became a Spaniard overnight....at least temporarily. I told my friend in his Netherlands jersey to walk way ahead of us. Ha! Hey, you would have done the same thing too.
Hope you all had a lovely weekend :)
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