vintage dress, Belle by Sigerson Morrison boots, Rebecca Minkoff bag, True Religion leather jacket
Our very last day in London was a pretty laid back one. Natalie and I tried to find our way to the top of Primrose Hill, but sort of got lost. Instead, we walked the streets of Chaulk Farm, a neighborhood a little north of Camden. It was an adorable area full of beautiful brick and all over white homes, large trees wide streets, and locals running errands or walking their dogs or taking their kids to the parks. This is where we found an adorable little breakfast place for a full English breakfast . . . my first one ever. I really could have walked and explored for days, but we were also in a hurry to make it over to Notting Hill to meet our friend for the Portobello Market, which literally blew my mind. More to come on Notting Hill soon. Gosh, I am missing London so much. There is just something about this city that tops even what NYC has to offer. It's hard to explain. Everything is just so delightful. That is the correct word. Delightful. Thank you London for giving me memories that I will remember forever and eve. The vintage dress I am wearing I bought at a vintage store on Brick Lane. It is one of my favorites ever. Ever since London, I have gotten back into vintage and thrift shopping once again. I cherish all the unique pieces I randomly find every once in a while that I know nobody else will have. And the stories I imagine them to tell.
Getting back into this song . . .
Rabbit Song by Boy & Bear