|| Top/Dress – H&M || Skorts – Zara (last year) || Boots – New Look (v old) || Daisy Bobble – Topshop (similar here) ||
Bit of a mish mash post for you today! The other day, I met up with some friends at Oxford Circus and decided to take some snaps of my outfit, little bits of scenery, ice cream and some stylish ladies! The dress/ top I am wearing here is one of my many bargain buys, at £15 it was just too good to miss. It is structured almost like a crop top and then the splits down the side make it blow so beautifully in the wind. There was actually only a size 14 in stock which in reality is far too big for me but I think I can get away with it being quite big and extra flowy. I have paired it with my fav pair of white skorts because I think they look really lovely showing through the sheer black fabric and peeking through the side slits of the top. I decided to pop my daisy bobble on my wrist because I basically just love it and I didn’t want to put my hair up!
To see more about my day etc please keep reading!
These boots are defos in need of a clean! Sorry!
Quick shopping breaks in Urban Outfitters are destined to end like this.
A bit of good old touristy pics. I am actually surprised I haven’t done any tourist kind of things yet apart from visiting Regents Park! And Oxford Circus is definitely not the finest tourist attraction in London. I am determined to make the most of my time here so hopefully you will be seeing some more photos! No landmark will ever get me as excited as I was when I realised there was a Ben and Jerry’s ice cream van on Oxford Street giving out free ice cream. Yes you heard it right – FREE. Aparently they are doing some sort of frozen yogurt tour? No idea if it is just around London or the UK or even the world/Universe but if you see one, you have to try the honey, caramel and vanilla flavour. Scrummy!
I wasn’t originally on the look out for some street style snaps, but these two ladies looked exceptionally spiffing so I couldn’t resist taking some snaps. Baring in mind it was about 5.30pm aka rush hour, they were also the only girls that weren’t rushing around, and therefore I could stop to take a picture of them. So, I would have had more pictures and could have dedicated a whole post, but that can wait for another day when I can take pictures at a more convenient time!
Thank you for reading,
Part time designer and illustrator and full time traveller. Thanks so much for stopping by. If you want to find out more about me visit my about me page :) Laura x