FRY: cardigan - East, satchel - Primark, leggings - Zara
As Primark's worthy competitor to the Mulberry Alexa, this satchel is probably one of Fry's better bags at coping with her degree (unlike her more uselss collection of clutches).When she was 14 and cool, she covered it in badges. She now prefers a more minimalist approch in order to pave the way for the exciting pattern offered by this orange slash yellow thing. Sourced from Mamma Fry's wardrobe of the olden days, Fry enjoys the pattern of this cardigan very much, despite the intimidating fact that its colour palet on her skin makes her look like she has meningitus. For when this post inevitably reaches Miss Jay, she apologises for having 'lost her neck'.
KEAST: jumpsuit - FCUK
Following Fry in the 'losing the neck' posing, Keast acknowledges that in comparison to her better half, this outfit is a bit of a cop-out considering it's made of one piece of fabric. Bought by mini-Keast (under the orders of Keast) from the FCUK sale as a birthday present, it takes the Primark onesie and turns it into a tablecloth-like wonder. It's beyond us why it was down from around £100 to 30. The shoulder pads made Keast feel a bit uneasy, as does the fact she's not sure whether it would be acceptable to wear it outside the confines of G staircase. You may or may not have noticed Keast moved habitations about 2 weeks ago, yet for some reason there are still crates on the floor. However, she now has no less than 5 chairs of varying heights in her room which make for excellent clothes dumping oportunities. In addition her 'special friend' has decided he no longer has time to devote to Keast's extensive posing sessions and as a result she's had to reacquaint herself with the self-timer function.