Last week I had a weekend away in Cambridge where I was planning on doing a little blog post dedicated to the area. However it rained the whole weekend and I felt it didn't really show the city in the best light. So I've decided to go back when the weather is a little bit better and I can take photos without my fingers turning blue. Which brings me onto this weeks post, as I've decided to write about trying to be fashionable whilst staying warm(ish). As much as I would like to wander around London in a pair of blue gingham heels (see my last post if you don’t know what I’m talking about), the reality is I rarely wear heels in real life. Sometimes I think blogging can make people feel that they should be wearing heels all of the time, but honestly it’s just not practical. I’d much rather be comfortable than freezing cold because I’m wearing a tiny tea dress with over the knee boots. I'm not enjoying this icy cold weather, I always forget how cold it gets in February and I'm sure I am not the only one. I’m so pleased I’m no longer living in Birmingham in a very cold student house.
So I thought I’d do a style post which reflects my style on a more everyday basis, everyone I know could tell you that I love a good pair of trainers. I've even been known to wear them to clubs, how else am I going to be able to dance like Beyonce? My one true love in trainer form is the black Nike Janoski’s, designed by skateboarder Stefan Janoski, this is my second pair and I can easily see myself wearing these forever. Although saying that I do have my eye on a pair of black Adidas Gazelle's, which I think could work just as well with this outfit. Please let me know if you have any trainer recommendations and I'd love to know if you're a trainer fanatic like I am.