It's a Sunday so that can only mean one thing. Once again I am hungover and once again I find myself stuck to my sofa. It's a horrible day outside anyway and by the state of my face today I feel I'm actually doing the world a favour by staying behind closed doors. After gatecrashing a free bar last night (thanks Jackie!) and drinking about ten million glasses of wine there are four things I needed today.
1. Tea (I'm tallying about 8 cups so far)
2. A big greasy fry up - obviously.
3. Crisps - You know how everyone has a type of food they always eat when they're hungover? Well, mines crisps - always has been, probably always will be.
4. Breakfast at Tiffany's.
I would go so far as to say that Breakfast at Tiffany's is in my top 5 films of all time. In fact it's probably right up the top with Dirty Dancing. (Yes, I know Dirty Dancing being one of my favourite films is a big cliche but who cares. I love it. And more importantly I love the Swayze. Probably a bit too much in fact). Anyway the thing I love about Breakfast at Tiffanys is how you can just get completely lost in it. For 2 hours you forget your monstrous headache, your loud upstairs neighbours (who decided that today was the day they would sand their wooden floors whilst listening to horrible loud drum n bass) and you forget all your troubles and you just lose yourself in the story. I have always been captivated by Audrey Hepburn's charm but in my opinion this was definitely her best movie. She looks absolutely stunning throughout and I would kill for at least a smidgen of her effortless style.
Speaking of style, mine is pretty much lacking today. I'm still wearing my vintage piece - an oversized bright red floral shirt which is so so comfy and perfect for lounging but I wouldn't exactly say what I'm wearing with it was classed as stylish. Unless the fluffy slippers and leggings look suddenly became this seasons hottest look overnight? Here's hoping! Instead here's a photo of me in said shirt taken a couple of months ago. It's another charity shop find and yes its a bit 80's (shoulder pads are included) but I like it.
Now if you'll excuse me I'm off to listen to this on repeat and find myself some more crisps...