This is an unexpected sequel because I didn’t think I had the will power to stick to my original Will-Buy list. The will-buy list is in contrast to a wishlist, because it is items that I will be buying this year within reason. (Tarte the creator of the original bb-cream has dropped the ‘Cruelty Free’ label and so I’m not sure what I think yet.) Check out my reasoning’s for doing a yearly “will-buy” list rather than a wishlist in part one here. But other than that, lets talk about the gaps in my wardrobe that need filling.
|All Images from Respective Websites: Blackmilk | Sirens & Starlets | Asos|
A Fitted Pea Coat/Millitary Inspired Coat
Currently I have my eye on Asos’s Pea Coat because I love the thick materials and overall style of their coats. But Coat’s are a tricky thing for me to find. Well, to find something that looks and fits right. Do you guys get that too? Are coats just tricky to find the perfect fit? Anyway, my wardrobe is yerning for a thick warm winter coat, specifically in black.
Leather Look Leggings
When ever I look for leather look leggings or even leggings in general I always end up questioning the quality. Which is why I always fall back into the Blackmilk bucket, since they’re renowned for leggings that don’t loosen up or fall apart in a few days. Not exactly “leather-look” but their plain wet-look leggings have been on my wishlist for what seems like a century. Great for simple winter layering that doesn’t weigh a tonne.
This one is a definite. After buying the green leopard cardigan I realised how much I was in love. The fit is perfect, fabric amazing, there’s no strange stretch to the fabric that turns it different colours or stretches the pattern. My old fitted black cardigan is on it’s way out and it’s time I bought a replacement.
I wouldn’t know if everyone needs a pair of killer heels, but on my way to finding out I’ve decided I need these in my life. The heel is three inches on the shorter version and the style is adorable but bad-ass at the same time. I know I wouldn’t wear them too often but they’re something I would love to invest in. Especially since it’s a well-known Goth and Fetish Brand.
Stick-on Nails for Adults
Continuing the nail attempts (rather than trend) are the Broadway stick-on nails that it seems every YouTuber I watch recommends; okay, maybe not the atheists. I’d love to try these in the shade ‘Casting Call‘ but they’re never in stock in my store. I’ve been considering giving in and just painting over one of the less me-ish designs with black.
So, here are the things you’re probably going to see on my blog rather soon. My mouth can’t stop watering at that coat which may or may not be a sign. But overall, these aren’t things that I’ve just randomly fallen for but things that are filling gaps in my wardrobe (or replacing downtrodden favourites). Would you ever considering creating a will-buy list? What do you think is leaving a gap in your wardrobe?