This time last week I was sat on a coach heading down to London with another 70+ of the people on my course at uni. After nearly 4 hours we arrived in London, and had a couple of days to explore the city. We went to Shoreditch, Brick Lane, Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Liberty and a couple of very different exhibitions, one of which was insaneeee! (checkout the #yellowbluepink hashtag if you want to see more)
As always, I thought it'd be nice to collect all my London snaps together and create a lil photo diary of the trip, so today that's what I bring to you guys! There's also some good ol' London food posts coming very soon too so keep your eyes open for those, but if you want to know anything about our flying visit to London then give me a tweet (@Holl_JC)
Nearly 10 months ago I put together a post called The Edit (check it out here) In this post I put together the various different Primark Coats that I'd brought over the years and shared the ways I styled these to help us broke students see how we could incorporate trend led pieces into our wardrobes without spending ridiculous amounts of money.
Today I'm bringing you guys round 2 of this, and this time looking at a wardrobe staple, stripes, and the different ways I wear and style this classic! Stripes really are something I think every girl should have in their wardrobe, they're just so easy to wear and always look so chic. I own various different jumpers and tshirts with the pattern in different styles, and from various different brands too. Whether you're wanting to dress up or simply run errands a stripe will never let you down!
Sometimes you spot something in a shop and you just know you cannot leave without it! That's what happened with this jacket! Me and my mum were browsing TK Maxx for mason jars and other homey things for my new place at uni, and we ended up stumbling upon this dreamy jacket! I sold my leather jacket a year or so ago now, as it was just too big for me, and I've been looking for a replacement ever since but they've always been extortionately expensive! Until now! I managed to pick this jacket up at the bargain price of £30!! I was so excited to see that price on the tag, so I quickly carried it to the checkout and made it mine!