jumper: BDG, skirt: River Island, watch: c/o Links of London, sunglasses: Rayban, bag: Mulberry, boots: Kurt Geiger (similar here)
Over the last couple of weeks there’s been a slow transition from the dark mornings and cold nights. There’s a hint of spring in the air but it’s still not quite warm enough to switch to my summer wardrobe. We’re definitely getting there. For the last couple of weekends I’ve been able to get away with lighter coats and bare legs. Although I’m not quite ready to pack away my jumpers. I picked up this BDG jumper the other day in Urban Outfitters and it’s perfect for this in between transitional season. It’s made from 100% cotton and was reduced from £45 to £30! It’s just a little on the slouchy side and I had to downsize to an XS. I can already tell it’s going to get plenty of wear.
Considering I started the day with nothing much planned, yesterday turned into a pretty packed day. The sun was shining and I was craving a good brunch so me and Sarah decided to head to Jesmond. Having never tried out OCC’s Harvest Canteen, it seemed like a pretty perfect spot to spend our morning (review coming soon). And after stuffing our faces, it was still a bit too nice outside to go home. So camera in tow we headed into town to shoot a couple outfit photos, (and treat myself to this Chanel lip liner). Although it was bright and sunny, it also happened to be blowing a gale. So we headed to Central Arcade to get a bit more shelter. Although it still proved to be a bit of a wind tunnel. Although there’s only really Cath Kidston and Space NK that I’d venture into, Central Arcade is such a nice place to wander. I love the detail and its intricacy. I just wish that it was filled with independent boutiques where I could spend hours browsing. Or a second hand bookshop where I could pour over yellowing paperbacks and their musty pages. Who knows, someday it might be.