Wednesday, 1 June 2016

London part Two- The Ivy Gardens

So the next day we visited the beautiful Chelsea Ivy garden, it completely catches your eye as soon as you are walking towards it. I mean a wall completely covered in bright gorgeous flowers of course it would! The place was absolutely stunning giving off a vintage vibe too, I would totally recommend anyone who lives or visits London to try it out. As usual we took this as a photo opportunity and took a "few" pictures outside the gorgeous flower covered wall. After our little brunch date at The Ivy, we wanted to check out the national history Museum and the Victoria and Albert museum. They are both right next to one another, I really preferred the V&A museum in comparison to the National. I felt it had more cultural and religious history behind it and was just overall picturesque and stunning.

Now for outfit details I wore a beige/mauve satin bomber jacket (Topshop), I don't think my love for bomber jackets will disappear if I am honest! Though satin bombers are the in thing at the moment, really comfy and chic for upcoming summer. I paired this with a chiffon white midi dress (Zara) to give it a bit of an elegant but also chic look and blue ripped jeans (Asos). As for shoes I kept it casual with my beige creepers (Public desire) I knew I was going to be doing a lot of walking so I kept it safe! Lastly a beige headscarf (Inayah) and a black fringe bag (Topshop) to complete and break up the colours and look. Again I will note outfit details for this look below, I really hope you enjoyed this post and I tried to keep it short and simple too! I will be posting again real soon, until then take care my beauts!


Bomber Jacket- Topshop
Dress- Zara
Jeans- Asos
Trainers- Public desire
Bag- Topshop
Scarf- Inayah


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