Shirt: Colorado, Playsuit: Supre, Shoes: City Beach, Bag: Sportsgirl, Bracelet & Watch: Marc Jacobs, Necklace: Tiffany & Co, Sunnies: Miss Shop
Just like every other year I am valentineless, no surprise there. Instead of fussing over my loneliness my best friend and I decided to go to Chapel St and have a lovely day. We drowned our sorrows by doing some shopping, eating a lovely lunch and just absorbing the Melbourne atmosphere.
I like the concept of Valentine's day as it's time for you to really appreciate your special loved one. Unfortunately I don't have a special loved one to appreciate, but hey I'm 17 there will be one in the future, hopefully.... But what I don't understand on Valentines Day is the fucking $100 teddy bears, like what...? If you like gigantic and ridiculously expensive teddy bears that's fine, but I just think it's a little cray cray. Like what do you do with a huge teddy bear? Do you just let it collect dust in the corner of your room? I understand that it's very cute, generous and has a very sentimental value, but it's just not my thing. There's a huge expectation on Valentine's Day to buy an expensive present and go eat at an expensive restaurant. It is extremely generous and nice to do that, but people shouldn't feel obligated to do some serious damage to their bank account. I personally think that just making your significant other feel very appreciated and loved on this special day is the most important thing, with or without an $100 teddy bear.
Our yummy food:
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