ditzy || outfit

daisy crown/sylvie's    jumper/topshop    skirt/topshop    socks/topshop    flatforms/river island

Flashback to Spring/Summer 2013. Of course, I would not wear this outfit now as the weather is absolutely pitiful (as a Brit I feel it is obligatory that I must mention this). I call this a 'photoshoot' but the reality may have just merely two teenagers going snap-happy with a large pricey camera. I do like a good photo though! I've ventured out into Polaroids and film (maybe one day I will venture out into lomography).

Is anyone else in the excitable Christmas mood? I for one am! I have been creating a long list of presents I want to get everyone - as you grow older it is true you get more pleasure from gifting than receiving. Another sign that I am inevitably growing up... I love socks as presents! Now that is a shocker to my past preadolescence self.


london #2 | PHOTO DIARY

Second London photo diary! You can read the first one { h e r e } if you so wish! ^^ Firstly, I went via Bath so here the first photo is dedicated to what I 'Edinburgh 2.0' because it somewhat reminds me of the Scottish capital.

1. The first day there I arrived pretty late and I was extremely travel lagged from the atrociously slow train and mass amount of walking I did that day on a completely empty stomach. So here is the second day with Nick and Charlie being my 'mod models' (the wind was pretty wild that weekend). We went to Comic Con and we were all pretty excited since we had been looking forward to it for a while!

2. Approaching the venue! It looked really impressive if you ask me. Coupled with the fact it was a rather glorious day made it that much more cooler too. It was quite busy but it wasn't at all too bad really. We saw some pretty awesome cosplays and the food looked really nice. I had to refrain myself from buying food seeing as it was overpriced for what you got - next time the organizers must take pity on the poor student!

3. Next up is the obligatory bubbletea trip (as you can see I am converting my friends to become more and more Asian). I had the red bean smoothie, I absolutely love both red bean and smoothies so it seemed pretty much like a calling from the pits of my stomach/heart.

4. The next station was of course Camden Town! Camden is my favourite place out of the whole of London. It's crammed full of various little shops and food stalls from all around the world. I particularly love looking around for a unique vintage denim piece.

5. With night drawing closer we found solace from the cold in a bar/club come venue in the heart of the stables. This was my favourite part of the whole trip since there were great performances held by a lot of talented artists. Mine and Charlie's favourite was the above band called 'Sparkling' a really talented band from Germany. I am officially their fangirl!

The look of pure enjoyment.

Out of the terrace was this guy playing to only a couple. He called Charlie and I over and made some passing comments aimed at us, looking back it was quite hilarious.

6. Breakfast at a vegan cafe! Morning had arisen upon the gloomy English capital so we stumbled along back to Camden. I had a muffin and some kind of berry water and above is Charlie's vegan 'burger'. Looks like a hedge of vegetation but apparently is was quite nice!

7. Lastly, I got some new frames! Aside from the fact this is not my best photo I have kindly uploaded it being the brilliant friend I am and the fact at least Charlie looks nice (and kinda French). As pictured we got some more bubble tea (red guava slush if you're wondering) before heading to catch some trains.

It was a nice short lived little trip. One of the few cities I recommend visiting if you aren't a resident to the UK (and because obviously it is the capital). I'll see you again soon, Londreesss!