just like dorothy said when she clicked her sparkling red heels, there’s no place like home.
And after 7 months away, i was back just in time for the holidays. it’s always the best feeling when you’re reunited with your bests and realize that no matter how many things change in your lives, nothing changes between you and your people.
i found the most magical place in london. it’s called columbia road. head down there on a sunday and you enter a different world. one full of flowers, happiness, crafts, cakes, fashion, design and lovely music to fill your ears while you take every little detail in.
we stopped off at the cutest little bakery. Lily Vanilli. if you every find yourself in this fairytale make sure you go! get a big cup of their famous hot chocolate and some stuff on toast. literally that’s what it’s called. yum.
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While on the hunt for ugly Christmas jumpers (sweaters) in Primark last week I found this absolute gem! Of course, I bought it for blog promotional purposes.
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this weekend the girls came to london and let me tell you it was a canadian invasion like no other. it was candice’s first time in my favourite city and i loved seeing how much she enjoyed it as much as i do. although now that she’s in paris, we’ve decided she’s a paris girl at heart.
anyways, this weekend we ate like kings, were treated like queens and sometimes even felt like royal princesses when we met an actual prince! yes it happened. and yes we did gangnam style together. but no, if you’re wondering, it wasn’t the legendary harry.
barbecoa/ the folly/ maddox/ a cute cafe in kensington where we had champagne and orange juice to cure the hangover/ harrods/ momo’s/ maddox to do it all over again