This is what I wore on Thursday when I attended Company magazine's Fashion Forum in Manchester.
This year, I've been making a real effort to attend as many events, workshops and masterclasses that might provide me with information or advice that could help me in the future. Thankfully, my dad (the best parent ever, it must be said) agreed to drive me there and back, so I could make it to the talk without taking any time out from uni.
The best advice that the panel (which included the editor of Company magazine, Victoria White) gave to everyone was to try as many things as possible, which is definitely something that I agree with. I began studying for a generic journalism degree in September but, after dabbling in a variety of things like designing and news writing, I've found that my heart lies with magazines - the fact that I spend an extortionate amount of money on them each month should have been a dead giveaway - and I'll be switching courses at the end of the year.
In the past year I've taught myself that trying a variety of things doesn't mean I'm uncommitted - it just means I can be sure when I decide exactly what I want to do. And that's what's important.