A rainy Friday in London | Photo diary

31 October 2021

A day in London, in photos! It felt so weird (a nice weird) to be back in London as I hadn't been since before the start of the Pandemic! We packed it with a trip to Tate Britain and saw an incredible exhibition by Heather Phillipson then headed to Kings Road to do some shopping. 18,000 steps later and we were on the train home, eating a Leon.

Racing for the train

I think I fell asleep after I took this photo.

Off to Tate Britain.

Really wish I brought an umbrella. 

Such incredible architecture! 

An amazing exhibition by Heather Phillipson. 

Eating lunch in the rain. 

Getting the tube to Sloane Square. 

Pretty flowers and pumpkins in Sloane Sqaure. 

Christmas has arrived in Peter Jones. 

Slightly overwhelmed by how many clothes I liked in Brandy Melville.

First time trying Joe and the Juice. It didn't disappoint. 

Does the bus ruin or make my photo of The Ivy?

Every instagrammer's dream...Peggy Porschen. 

Such a pretty display in Duke of York Square. 

Last photo of some dusky sky before getting on the tube to go home! 

Bethan xx

Visiting a pumpkin patch | Photo diary

A pretty cliche activity for the weekend before Halloween but an activity that certainly can't be missed, even if most of the pumpkins had been taken or were mushed. It was the perfect day for it, with blue skies and the feeling of fresh, crisp air that is the epitome of Autumn; my favourite kind of Autumn weather. We should have made the trip earlier so there were more pumpkins but we still managed to activate the Halloween spirit. 

I'm not the most artistic in the sense that I can't draw to save my life but hopefully my skills have improved in time for carving this year. 

I think I did the exact same last year when we went and curated a photo diary so this is really original content from me but I wanted to document it this year too! 

Grey jumper- Zara
Green and brown check skirt- Zara
Bag- Topshop (old)
Biker boots- Stradivarious

Bethan xx

The floral flares | How to style

25 October 2021

Possibly the coolest pair of trousers I own. The flare style, floral pattern and autumnal colours instantly grabbed my eye when I was aimlessly scrolling on the Asos new in section. 
Sometimes I feel like autumnal style can be a bit boring with quite a lot of plain/neutral clothing but these are in no way boring! I don't know if anyone feels the same as me about clothes in their wardrobe but I get excited when these are out of the wash so I can wear them again. Thankfully, because I am a sucker for a floral pattern, I had quite a few items I could style these with and even though they are patterned, they do pair well with quite a lot. 

Maybe it's just because I have one too many plain tops. 

The next best thing to lounge wear that you can wear out of the house. They really are so comfortable and fit perfectly! And with my collection of flares and 70s style clothing, that's slowly but surely growing, I was very excited to add these to the party. 

For this particular look, I styled them simply with a plain black cropped t-shirt and a knitted cream cardigan but anything, from sweatshirts to jumpers or shirts would go just as well. And they would probably be a bit warmer than a t-shirt that has my midriff on show. 

I was sad to say goodbye to summer styling but with this new addition to my wardrobe, it certainly makes dressing for autumn a lot more exciting. 

Flares- Topshop via Asos
Black top- Zara
Cardigan- Reclaimed Vintage via Asos
Trainers- Reebok via Asos
Gold necklace- Emily Mortimer 
Rose quartz necklace- Accessorize 

Bethan xx

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