After my two - excuse me - very long posts I just want to give you an image that was taken in Oxford. This coat is just perfect for the mid-season kind of weather. When the sun is shining a lot of people go out
without putting a coat on and are then freezing the moment the glowing stops (sounds familiar right?!). That's why this kind of jacket is just so awesome. And what I like the most about it, is that this is thé most British coat you can think of. Hurray!
Oh yes, today again some London based pictures! After making the blogpost last week, some friends said that they
didn't understand the 'feeling' that I was talking about in the article. They say the first thing you do when visiting London is going to the Big Ben. Well… I don't agree ;) ! As already said, it is fun to see mister BB from time to time, but I think London has much more to offer! So my advise to you guys, for your next trip to London: go visit the places where you've never been before. Just take the tube to somewhere and discover the area by yourself.
Here you have some nice tips:
1/ Hampstead: If you like architecture (for example the Hampstead theatre), then this area is definitely worth your visit! There are some nice interior shops as well, but quite pricy… (tube station Hampstead)
2/ Islington: Upper street is full of nice and fun shops/lunch places, whilst Camden Passage is full of cheeky antique shops -> fun fact: Tony Blair used to live in this area (tube station Angel or Highbury & Islington)
3/ Shoreditch: For the moment this is one of my fav's! There are a lot of cool independent shops and it seems like all the hip and trendy people are gathering here. Still a lot to discover, so again on my list for the next trip! -> delicious: Pizza East: part of the Soho House group and presenting so much more than just a regular pizza (tube station: Liverpool street)
<Pictures below taken in and around Tate Modern>