WHAT: Bridget Black Boots
WHEN: Wednesday December 28th, 2011
WHERE: Out and About
WITH: Top: TopShop /Vest: Oxygene / Jeans: Old Navy / Hat: H&M / Pashmina: Dubai / Necklace: Vintage coral/ Bag: Vintage Renato Santi / Sunglasses: Marc Jacobs
My mom kept nagging that I keep straightening my hair, and how she likes my sheep curls much better. So I decided to go this week without straightening my hair, you've seen my hair curly before and didn't comment on it being scary, so I thought I'd give this sheep curls a second go.
Today's shoe save is my staple black boots which my mom picked out for me. They're my go to boots for uni, and casual nights out. They're made of leather, and have a hint of western inspiration with a very cute simple cut out braided design that runs across the side. I paired them with a very simple sweater and vest outfit, which is also one of my "go to" combinations, in black and white with a pop of red. A perfect outfit for a casual night out with friends.
I'm sure by now you're wondering why the post is titled " How to Change a Tire", let me explain...
Last night started out like any other normal night, had planned on going out with friends. Decided to seize the opportunity to snap a few pictures of my outfit in order to save my favorite black boots. Picked up my friend, and we went out. Everything was going OK... until I had to go back home. My cellphone died, which happens often but it usually also is a bad omen, then as I was driving I didn't see a pothole and BAM drove right into it. It was one deep pothole as well, next thing I know my car is making a funny sound and I knew I had gotten a flat tire. I panicked but then I tried to calm down because I remembered that my dad had taught me how to change a tire. So I pull over, put my emergency lights on and open my trunk to take out the spare tire and all that jazz. I realize I've forgotten how to change a tire, in my defense though I had changed the tires on my dad's car two year prior and the tools we used were slightly different than the ones in my car which I'd never seen before. So I start to panic, luckily my friend shoush was with me and we decided to find someone to help us. We finally found a gas station and the worker there changed my tire and I drove home at 20km/hr because I was so paranoid of another pothole. Moral of the story is, laddies, you need to learn how to change a tire. That is why I'm posting a video I found which explains clearly how to do so.
Have you guys ever gotten a flat tire and do you know how to change one??
Ps. I think I'm getting my new semi-pro camera today or tomorrow :D YEAY!