You can't beat the good old white shirt and blue jeans combo. Speaking of white shirts, how cool is this one? You may have spotted this in my neutrals wishlist a while back. At the time it was still full price, and I just couldn't justify splashing out on it then. A few weeks later ... 50% off in the Weekday sale, and of course it now belongs to yours truly. I'm obsessed with it as I've never come across a shirt with this deep V neck cut, super chic.
Now, this is when I share a pretty Normcore tourist outfit, just because I love the setting of these images so much. Berlin is pretty much up there when it comes to architecture, I couldn't stop taking pictures of buildings whilst I was there.
Here me and my cousin decided to take a few snaps around the Jewish Museum, as we just couldn't resist those slick concrete walls.
Shirt - BDG via URBAN OUTFITTERS, Ribbed Top and Jeans - H&M, Boots - ASOS, Bag - LONGCHAMP
Photography - Christina Ebenezer
I've recently found myself browsing through Free People quite a lot these days. Their shoe category is by far my favourite, and houses a few other brands including Jeffrey Campbell. Definitely worth checking out! Here are few shoes I'm currently digging from their website.
Click on the white icons for direct links to the products!
After hearing so much about The Sky Garden, it was about time I escaped from the four walls of my bedroom to see what it was all about! Floating high up in the sky, you get the most amazing view of good old London town. The naturally bright space is pretty photogenic too. You can also enjoy the Sky Pod Bar situated in the open space amongst the garden. I was expecting the garden to be a little bigger If I'm being honest but it definitely made the perfect backdrop for a sneaky pic or two (in my case I took too many)! Having said all of that, Sky Garden is the perfect place to chill over some drinks, or for an evening dine. Next time I visit, I'll be sure to try out the Darwin Brasserie (one of the few restaurants in Sky Garden).
In other news, if you are a big ASOS fan, you may have noticed that Fashion Finder have now migrated to ASOS' main site as #AsSeenOnMe. I was recently challenged to style one of their key pieces to celebrate the launch of #AsSeenOnMe - a multicoloured faux fur scarf. Now, I know what you're thinking, a fur scarf in June?! There are many ways to wear pieces that are usually accustomed to certain seasons. Rather than wearing the scarf around my neck, I opted to drape it over one shoulder, which takes it from neck warmer, to funky and fun Spring/Summer fashion accessory. Keeping the rest of the outfit quite simple, I wanted to let the scarf take all the lime light, it kind of deserved it, don't you think?