DEVON

 
A couple of weeks ago my mum and her partner came to visit for a week. They had requested that we weren't to stay in London for the whole week, as they are getting a little bit tired of the city life when they come over to visit. We decided to take them down to Devon as we were invited to a wedding there that weekend as well. 
 
My mum absolutely loved it down there and was already looking into if she could get a house there (just kidding, but not really). We did not only explore Brixham, where they were staying, but also Dartmouth, Dartmoor, Slapton, Torquay and various other places including Bournemouth on the way down there. It was a really nice little trip and the first of what I belive will be many, as my mum loved it so much. 
 
 
 
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#OOTD STRIPES

 
A few weeks ago I got this white piece of denim fabric which very well be ruined before the summer is over (I mean, I did get it covered in tomato sauce a few hours post this photo was taken, but it all came off). It was only £12 in Primark so it's really not the end of the world if it doesn't last me forever, but for now I quite like it. Paired in above photo with a top which also is form Primark, boots who are worn out but still my faves from Zara, glasses from Topshop and some various jewellery. 
 
Have a lovely Sunday! x
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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FRANK'S ROOFTOP BAR

 
Last week a friend of mine from the states was in London because of work, so we met up for some drinks and dinner one evening. Allee and I went to LCF together and it was so nice to catch up on what she's been up to for the last two (!) years since we left LCF. We went to Frank's Rooftop Bar which actually is a the roof of a carpark in Peckham. You get an incredible view, especially when the sun is setting and once it has set. London lights up like nothing else in the night time. It is really spacious, only down side is that there isn't much space to sit as most of it is just open space and also, the food is great, however it is not ideal if you are starving. The food is more if you're feeling a bit peckish whilst enjoying your drink. 
 
Anyway, it's a little hidden gem in south east London I've been dying to tell you about. It's a perfect place for when you actually just want to be able to hear what you say to each other as there isn't really loud music. It can get a bit windy as you are so high up, but if you choose a nice day it is amazing. 
 
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