Snake Print Skirt

Coffee Shop Date

Ah Sunday, my favourite day of the week. You can get away with being as lazy as you like. This Sunday started off lazy with a little lie in, then we headed out for a walk and in search of a late brunch. While heading to Balham we strolled down one of my favourite streets and I of course roped Dave into taking some pictures for me. We then headed off for brunch at Gails, where I had some of the best scrambled eggs ever.

As it was a rather windy day, I opted to tie half my hair up and went with a dose of double animal print by using a vintage animal print scarf.
I’m really into hair accessories recently, my favourite is using scarves to jazz up a pony tail or half up half down do. Thankfully, during these snaps the wind played ball and didn’t mess up my fringe – its my only complaint about having a fringe, that the weather can play havoc with it!

This jumper is my new found favourite, I’ve been wearing it with everything. It’s really comfy and warm, so naturally my outfit was built around it. Teaming it with my new snake print skirt from H&M. I added my vintage faux fur as I’ve been itching to wear it recently. Do you ever get that, where you haven’t worn something for a while and then really want to wear it. Well this jacket was that, and I’m so pleased the outfit coordinated with my jacket.

I’m heading to Bristol next weekend to celebrate my Mothers birthday. I’m excited to hang out with my parents and explore Bristol. Of course I’ll share some snaps of what we get up to!

What I’m wearing –
Jumper & Skirt – H&M
Necklace & Earrings – Freedom, Topshop
Coat & Scarf – Vintage, Thrift
Bag – ASOS
Desert Boots – Brick Lane

Photos – Shooting Dave

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