When me and the hubby got back from Alton Towers, Gary had a few extra days off work so we decided to have a trip to London. We only live in Brentwood so I’m in all the time but it was nice to be with Gary in our capital(and our old home).
After having an amazing breakfast at The Riding House Cafe(their pancakes are my favourite), we had a little walk around central before we headed to the London Museum. I think it’s the only Museum we haven’t been to so that was a good enough reason to go for us!
The Museum was great as it showed the history of London including the times of the Romans, during the blitz and when man was new to the world. It was free to go in and have a wander around but of course, you can donate some money in a big box towards the running of the Museum and it’s up keep.
After we filled our brains with London’s past and present, I asked Gary to do some pictures for me and this outfit was perfect to wear for our day out in London.
I recently worked with New Look when I went to Alton Towers and I wanted to wear these gorgeous pieces from the brand in here. New Look have a great selection for AW14 at the moment and I love their Denim package including these gorgeous high waisted blue jeans. With a stretchy fit, these are so comfortable to wear and you could easily dress them down like I am here or for a night out with the girls.
To match the blue in these Denim jeans, I just loved how cool this floral T-shirt and check shirt worked with them. Even though the prints are clashing, the similar colours unit them and gel their styles and prints. The top is ideal for mixing with skirts, shorts and jeans while this multi-diverse casual shirt, gives my look a grunge and rather 90’s style.
This whole look was so comfy to wear around London and I love New Look’s cool and casual pieces they have in store at the moment! They are totally rocking it now and you are bound to love some of the pieces they have there too!!
Leather Jacket – Superdry
Top – New Look
Check shirt – New Look
Jeans – New Look
Boots – New Look
Bag – It’s not me it’s you
Images by Gary Spencer-Tracey