This is what I wore when James and I went to try out the new Byron on Clapham Common. It was great, as usual. If you haven't tried their Oreo milkshake then I'm afraid you haven't lived.
Anyway, this stripy top is a new, and very unnecessary addition to my wardrobe but I just love the racer style neckline. And lets face it, who doesn't like a stripe, and when it too many stripes just too many? Never I hear you all cry.
These are pretty old photos that I've only just got around to posting, taken when it wasn't so sunny. James and I wandered around London all day, went to Meat Liquor and that was it. I love nothing days, they're my favourite.
I also rearranged my hat in a car window... in which two people were sat in. Cry for me.
I feel like this outfit is one of the few on here that really represents me and my style. I am going to make a huge effort to make my blog more of a personal style journey, I know it kinda already is but I want it to represent me wholly and be a kind of portfolio if you will.
I'm having an early twenties (20, lol) crisis and feel I've got to get my life sorted and decide on a career path, as everything seems so up in the air right now!
I'm moving house again in September to make room for James and Olivia to join our little home so I've started thinking about interiors all over again. Not that I ever really stopped.
Ideally I'm looking for a white, bright room with lots of space for James and I. In a dream world it'd have white stained wooden floors and huge windows but that's beyond a longshot so I'm happy with a neutral carpet or that funny Ikea 'wood'! That gives me a blank canvas to add more... blank things? I like quite plain, simple interiors with lots of plants and textures but I have a bit too much stuff to make that happen usually so operation clear out is a-go. Goodbye year 11 test papers, hello minimal bedroom. I hope. For more of my inspo, have a peep at my Pinterest.
Check my Depop if you fancy, as I'm sure it'll be filling up with my once loved bits too: @georgialuisameramo.