What To Wear?….


Today I promised I would let my friend show me her entire wardrobe and I thought I would share it with you! My friend thought this was a great idea and agreed to model all her clothes so we could make this post….

This is my friend Julia:


So, lets get started with this fashion show then!!!

This is Julia’s typical look for a Monday.
Sophisticated, cute and the kind of yellow that’s the colour of that stain on your table cloth.

This is Julia’s ABBA mixed with classy party dress.
Good for Saturday nights and ABBA related things ( of which I’m sure there are many).
Not too good for puddles though!

If you are going on a trip to Spain and want to look fab-mazing then you should borrow Julia’s great polka-dot flamenco dress
which is brill for the beach. However you could always turn it Country with a cool cowboy hat and a piece of straw…

If your life-long dream was to be an air hostess but you never found the perfect dress for serving disgusting food on an airplane then look no further!!!
Julia is giving her stylish, hot pink, skirt suit away. If you have a 3 cm waist, are 2-d and 2 inches tall then the dress is yours!!


Julia is looking good in leather trousers and a puffy almost Elizabethan style shirt.
What more could you want?!!
The blackness of the trousers is an added bonus as pasta sauce wont show up!!!

I hope you found this very educational. Julia is clearly born to be a trend-setter. Next time I leave the house, I wouldn’t be surprised if we had one more air-hostess in the world and a lot more people wearing canary-yellow suits and leather trousers!

Lots of love,

Owl xx ( and Julia)






Curious! ….

I have an RE essay about certain dress conducts at the minute and I found some interesting stuff out! Such as, If you are a Buddhist monk, you have to shave your head and wear these special robes. Stereotypically, they are a saffron-y colour but actually the colour of their robes can differ according to where they live. Buddhist nuns have to shave their heads too but they wear white robes.Also, I read that if statues of Buddha have curly hair this represents snails which came and sat on the Buddha’s head to protect him from the sun like slithery sun cream 🙂 .

This is totally unrelated to the paragraph above this but we have just set up a school radio at lunchtimes and it would be awesome if we had a flashmob. They are really cool but it looks really hard.

Love Owl xxx