The weather is being a bit crazy lately…One day it’s warm and sunny and the next one it’s pouring non-stop rain (or even hail). On the sunny days I like to go out and enjoy the day with my friends and boyfriend. Exactly what I did that day, when we took these photos (sometime during March – oh yes!). This is one of my favorite places for photos and I used to come here all the time during my childhood years, so I was super happy to take the girls there too, and enjoy the nature together, while taking way too many photos as typical fashion bloggers. I was wearing something casual and comfy as we were walking through fallen leaves and little creeks. Enjoy the scenery and let me know what you think about my look.
These photos were taken last week (probably last Sunday) but due to the usual suspects (specific posts at the end and the start of each month) I couldn’t post them earlier. So just pretend that they were taken yesterday! The weather lately has been all rain and no fun, with the exception of some sunny days in between. One of these not-rainy but not-sunny-either days, was this one too, and due to the melancholic touch of the weather we decided to shoot these near the sea. I wear lots of black garments lately but being a spring girl, I couldn’t resist adding a pop of neon to the outfit in a desperate try to lure the sun out of the clouds. I hope you enjoy the photos.
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!
I wore this outfit the day we went for coffee with Maria from Style Bows, but didn’t have the chance to photograph it, so I decided to wear it last week to go for a morning coffee date with T. I was going to wear it with these matching pumps this time, but I somehow managed to sprain my ankle 2 weeks ago, and I couldn’t “climb” on my heels. And to be honest I had to stop wearing heels from the first day this happened. But at first I thought that it would pass, but then the doctor told me it was a sprain. So no heels for me, for a while, until my ankle heals…. I hope I don’t pressure it with the amount of walking I’ll be doing in London (I’m returning today by the way, so this is a scheduled post).
We took these photos a couple of days ago, but I had this outfit on my mind from the moment I got these biker boots. I knew I wanted to wear something military (but not camouflage, because T. would probably bite me, after so many months in the army seeing camouflage everywhere), so when I got these boots I thought they would look great in the outfit I had on my mind. I also knew that I wanted to take the photos for this outfit post in this place, which you have already seen before in some of my older posts (here and here). I hope we had managed to go there earlier and not just before the sundown, but either way, I liked the result. I hope you like it too.