When Spring and Winter can’t decide who is going to stay, I have to get creative with my outfits. Mainly, I end up mixing sandals with a woolen cape. But you know that’s pretty wild for me. I should know by now that there aren’t any seasons in the UK.
Dress & bag – Vintage
Cape – Zara
Shoes – Swedish Hasbeens
Corpse face – Models own
By the way, I cannot believe I am writing yet another post about the weather when I could tell you all about my talk today at the Sketchbook pop up store. I had the 1pm slot which is the one where people talk about “Getting Started”. I spoke about blogging and journalism and kittens and bows (srsly). I have the whole thing on video (thanks to Cate) but I need to edit it so it becomes short enough to be watched. It currently lasts 45mn and I wouldn’t subject you to its raw form.
The pop up shop itself is a very cute space, featuring work by independent artists and designers such as Annie Driscoll, Lucia Emanauela or Jack Teagle.
Expect more on this as soon as I have edited the video!
Ps – I forgot: one of my favourite bloggers, Rebecca from the Clothes Horse did a little interview with me. It is mostly about pugs.