Heathrow Terminal 2

I'm currently sat on the sofa, watching Escape to the Country. If you are English you probably know of it, where you see people touring potential homes to move into in the countryside. My second load of laundry is also on, as tomorrow morning I am headed to the airport to fly to Northern Ireland for a friend's wedding. Appropriately here is a look at a smart airport look, which could easily be taken straight to dinner and a cocktail or to a meeting. I love the sort of outfit that works for several scenarios.

What are your plans for the weekend? 


Apricot Top | New Yorker Shorts | Furla Bag | Boohoo Sunglasses | Primark Slides

This is my last look from the Summer, which I am very sad to say, because it's my favourite season. The fluffy slides are ridiculous but I couldn't help myself, sadly they were not as comfortable as they look! It is a great outfit for a Summer day, and I can't tell you enough how much use I have gotten out of my furla bag. It's tiny, but fits all I need for a day around the city. 

These next few days I have off, and going to the gym is at the top of my list, along with sleeping. How do you motivate yourself to go the gym after a week of not going?! Need to get on it.

I do look forward to sharing more outfits this Autumn/Winter now that I live in England, where my puffer coats won't be my only option! 

London Tower Bridge

This has to be my favourite cut for a dress. It's incredibly flattering and comfortable to wear. I didn't know much about Missguided before moving here, but they have some really nice pieces. It's a similar price range to boohoo, so perfect for trendy pieces. I paired it with a comfortable pair of neutral wedges, and I am so sad it's now too cold to wear them. Guess I just need to go on holiday somewhere hot! (A girl can dream right?!)

I have been to London a few times since I moved back, but I haven't done nearly enough exploring. If you live here, or have visited some cool sites, please let me know. I am not originally from this area in the UK, so I have a lot to explore.