Beige Leather Tote – c/o TK Maxx
Blue sheer lace blouse – Topshop
Crystal beads – Vintage
Black midi skirt – Vintage
Studded brogues – Zara
This bag is on the large size, which is something I absolutely love when it comes to handbags. It can fit my very large laptop in it as well as everything else I normally carry around. It’s really sturdy too, and the colour goes with everything! I also love wearing this blue shirt by Topshop at the moment, which my sister gave me for Christmas, it’s perfect for adding colour to an outfit.
On a Monday the North Market in Jordaan, Amsterdam turns into a bustling flea market, full to the brim of vintage finds, collectable items and more, not to mention the many people who come to visit! It really was a busy area, and difficult to get close to the stalls at times, but Callum and I really enjoyed it. The eclectic mix of vintage and cast offs reminded me of the flea markets in New York, which is something we really don’t have much of in London.
The Noordermarket flea market is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the area on a Monday morning!
Grey and white jumper – Topshop
Camel coat – Pied a Terre
Peach scarf – Zara
Blue midi skirt – Vintage
Black zara tote dupe – Primark
I hate how everyone gets so caught up about snow. I hate it because I’m scared I’m going to fall over or get stuck somewhere… But seriously everyone gets so obsessed with the snow! And me talking about it has fueled the fire.
Everyone now has this zara dupe from Primark, but it’s such a bargain! It’s massive and will fit everything in…
I’m currently in bed, feeling rather sick. But I’ve had a bowl of soup and hopefully will be on the mend soon.
Red and purple stripe scarf – Philip Armstrong for Kelloggs
Blue mens shirt – Vintage
Mustard cardigan – Vintage
Burgundy maxi skirt – Primark
Red and leopard print creepers – eBay
Yes, when I heard from Kelloggs I thought it was random too. But out of pure curiosity I accepted the mystery fashion gift and waited with baited breath for what was to come. This fantastic Tony the Tiger scarf is just perfect for adding a touch of colour to a dreary outfit, or in my case is brilliant for creating a striking colour palette! Designed by Philip Armstrong, this is neither garish nor over the top, and is instead beautiful and fun. A brilliant accessory for the new year!
In other news I’m all moved in to the new flat, and I’ve found a million and one issues to be resolved by the rather shitty Estate Agents. I’ve never met a good Estate Agent who does their job right (sorry if you are one – prove me wrong!). Lets hope everything’s sorted for Christmas… Hmmm…