As much as I love London, I’m always happy to get away from it now and then. Especially when it’s to a polar opposite place like Brighton. I’ve been there a few times and what I’ve seen I love, it’s just so picturesque and it really seems to have its own kind of charm. I don’t know if I myself would choose to live there, but I can definitely understand why other people would. Still, I have never been for more than a day – I would love to stay there for a while just to see what this pretty place has to offer, as well as all the touristy stuff (that I’m happy to enjoy).
Maybe next time I should try to gamble a Hello Kitty into my hands…
I went there for a whole day about three weeks ago, and just like London, the weather was a bit schizophrenic – it was quite cold and grey for the most of it, but thankfully the sun did come out every now and again…
|Dress, ASOS. Bracelet, vintage. Shoes, Accessorize.|
No comments to make regarding my strange pose – the dress, however, is one of my latest ASOS purchases. It’s pretty much everything I want in a dress – girlie, made of jersey, in a really pretty coral/pink shade, with a fitted top part and a flowy skirt, not to mention the caramel hearts print. What more can a girl ask for in a summer dress?
I’m not ashamed to behave like a complete tourist sometimes, so naturally fish and chips were absolutely mandatory.
In case you hadn’t noticed, I am completely obsessed with matching pink and turquoise green at the moment – inevitably, the cafe’s swish background had an instant magnet effect on me… I guess colour-blocking can be found – and done – anywhere.
In my world there’s always time for a cupcake, especially if it looks like this…
I would have been more than happy to have another cupcake, but I behaved – this vanilla one was my friend’s choice.
My friend also treated himself to this chocolate drink – too pretty to drink away, don’t you think?
I dream of living in a house with a bright pink door, but for now I’m happy to ‘borrow’ other people’s doors just for the sake of a picture.
Nothing quite like sitting on a beach with the sun glazing in your face – even if it’s a pebbled beach.