I wore this outfit some weeks ago, to go shopping. It was right after my return from London, and I couldn’t wait to wear my only souvenir (apart from a Dorothy Perkins dress which I’m planning to wear over the holidays). I wanted this kind of a sweatshirt for a long time, and I really liked this one which will always remind me of my trip. Paired it here, with my latest love, my burgundy/oxblood pants, and my old grey boots…which are Shoe Save #37 according to the rules of Shoeper Shoe Challenge by Shoeperwoman.com.
Day 4 in London started with a subway ride to Buckingham palace. It was the worst day of all 4, weather-wise. It was raining, the wind was going crazy, my umbrella kept turning inside out, and I couldn’t take proper photos, something that spoiled my mood. We could have done many things that day, but it was impossible to go to Hyde Park, and other places as we had planned, so after taking some photos near Buckingham palace we headed to Oxford Street. No I didn’t shopped till I dropped as you would have imagined. On the contrary, I didn’t really shop much. But we’ll get to that.
Good morning to all my lovely readers, old and new! Today we continue the travel posts, with photos of my 3rd day in London. The 3rd day was even busier than Day 1 or even Day 2, which was quite busy as well, but I think it’s the one I enjoyed the most, since I had the chance to “feel” the city, like I was living there for a while. Neither the cold nor the rain, were able to stop us from seeing all these amazing sights and landmarks of London. Enjoy!
Day 3 started with a visit to Madame Tussaud’s wax museum…
I had the chance to take photos with many movie stars and other celebrities such as…
As promised, here’s the outfit I was wearing on our second day in London. The photos are taken on the roads of Notting Hill, one of my favorite places in London. You can see the cute colorful houses on the background. Unfortunately, these are the only outfit photos I took during our trip. I didn’t have the chance to take other ones, with all the running from one place to another. So, I hope you like them. You know how obsessed I am with oxblood lately, so you can understand why I chose this almost monochromatic outfit (with a few gold and black touches). My puffy white coat was necessary for the cold of London (even though I would have loved to take my Pepe Jeans coat with me instead). In case you haven’t read my other London posts yet, here’s the one from Day 1 and from Day 2. Enjoy!
The second day in London was much busier for us than the first one. So busy, that it was very difficult for me to choose the photos for this post, and almost impossible to limit them down to a smaller number. So once again be prepared to see many photos from day 2 of my trip to London. There will be captions under the photos to explain what you’ll be looking at.
The second day included: Notting Hill (Portobello Road), Covent Garden, Leicester Square, and China town, with coffee and food breaks among them. I hope you enjoy looking at the photos we took.