It's been more than a year since I live in London and I haven't been in these super popular touristic places like Westminster etc. How crazy is that? I quite enjoyed this day which was fun, even if it was very cold. We had a nice cruise on the Thames river, followed by a walk on the Westminster bridge, Trafalgar Square and ended with a lovely afternoon tea at the Caffe Concerto. Very crowdy places, that's why I try to avoid them as much as I can, even a picture you can't take, but that's of the busiest city, so I have to get used with this. Back home, I wanted to visit so many places here but now the enthusiast is zero, why? I don't know the answer yet. But it would be definetely a shame to not see them while I'm still here, right?

Now it's not the best time to visit London. I mean its main iconic thing will look terrible in pictures, speaking about Big Ben of course. And I'd rather a scandinavian country, where actually it's snowing, because winter wihout snow is like the summer without sun. This week I'm heading home and can not wait to spend the holidays with my family and if "lucky enough" to catch some snow.

My outfit was simply, the bargain mustard coat perfectly matched the cream jumper, together with the super cosy checked trousers. Love wearing bright colours in the wintertime, an instaant eyecather when everyone wears black and navy blue.


Coat - Primark
Trousers - Primark
Jumper - Vintage

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