Bye bye, Belgium
The last of my travel antics in Antwerp! Lucy and I strolled through the botanical gardens, stopping to pose by the magnolias before heading for lunch. My whole class was sad to be heading home – maybe because of the impending dissertation deadline – but I’m almost certain it was the charm of this little city.
I was in my “going home” outfit, comfortable enough for an afternoon on the Eurostar, but equally as comfortable for bargain hunting. Lucy and I came across a great second hand shop called Think Twice, that fills up each month with second hand items, only to be decreased in price as the month goes on – we were there on €1 day, and Lucy was in her element picking up all the 80′s cast-offs, but I also managed to pick up a dress (with ducks on..!) and a blouse, a great way to spend my last couple euros. I’d recommend a visit if you’re planning a trip!
I’m not one for wearing separates, blouses are difficult to wear when you’ve got ample bosom, but I can’t ignore my love for them. This silky number was picked up in the Zara sale a few months ago, as was the corduroy Paul & Joe skirt. I thought I’d wear my favourite wintery colour combo before the weather gets too nice, which it’s not showing any signs of doing at the moment! x
Shirt - Zara | Skirt - Paul & Joe | Shoes - Le Bunny Bleu Bag - Mulberry | Sunglasses - Ray Ban via Monnier Freres