Only 3 days and I'm back in my favourite city of all time: London! It tought it might be fun to digitally pack my (imaginairy) suitcase. And, to have some sort of challenge: I'm only allowed to pack 10 items (underwear doesn't count of course). Above you see the 10 items, now let's see how I've combined them... And oh, I almost forgot to say that everything's from Topshop. Topshop just breaths London, don't you think?
My favourite street in London must be Brick Lane (in East London). Three years ago, in a shop called Public Beware I bought one of the most beautiful dresses I own. And it wasn't expensive at all (although it was unique and handmade). Near Brick Lane you can also find some nice vintage shops and a lot of cute, original shops. Altough it's the neighbourhood of the 'hipsters', I prefer to go there casual but cool; a grey jeans, big knit and red lips.
I will visit London together with my fancy mummy so of course we'll have to go to a fancy restaurant! As you see: I won't wear any tights so we'll probably take a cab instead of the tube, haha. I think this nude-coloured outfit is good for any occasion. Whether we'll eat in a sushi-restaurant or an Italian bistro!
Visiting a museum asks for a 'more mature' outfit. Read: tights and coat. I'm always cold in museums so this coat and circle scarf would be very usefull to me! The big knit dresses it all 'a bit down', it makes the outfit a bit less chic.
Notting Hill is a very beautiful, kinda chic, neighbourhood. A classy outfit is definitely a must! The skinny jeans, blazer and coat are rather casual but the sequined top and red lips make it classy, according to me. A classy casual look, quoi. When one buys something at Portobello Market, one has to look good, huh?
If you have any tips about London, whether it's a very nice shop, a cool pub, a cozy restaurant or just a nice 'place to be'... I'd love to hear it from you!