T Re: Loving your own company

You know what? It’s really ok, to love your own company that is. I know I certainly do. Don’t get me wrong, I’m as social as the next person, but it’s nice to just get away and have time to yourself.

IMG_8929_Facetune_20.08.2017-15:48:15Living in London, it’s easy to feel crowded, surrounded even somewhat overwhelmed. Between work, home, friends and social media, where do I fit in? I do my best to carve out time for myself by myself. Whether it’s going shopping on my own, taking a walk on my my lunch break at work, or my favourite –  sitting in Starbucks! It’s in those quiet moments that you have your best thoughts and can be your most creative.


Today I found a random little community garden on Royal Hill in Greenwich. It was so peaceful and as you can see the flowers  were definitely beautiful. I started this post a while ago, but it made me remember how nice it is to find tranquility and peace.


I needed a place to shoot my outfit. I love this dress from Hobbs. You can dress it up with heels and down with flats, but I think I want to get a pair of chunky boots to give the outfit more of a rough edge. It’s made of 100% Linen and lined in cotton. I’m only 5ft 3 , so when it arrived, I felt it was a bit long as it came past my knee, so I had it altered and I think it now falls perfectly just above the knee.


IMG_8788_Facetune_20.08.2017-18:42:05My bag was a bargain from Accessorize, it goes with so much and was a staple on my holiday to Portugal in June  I’m sure it will feature in my trip to Barcelona next month.

-It’s so horrible what’s happened there and so many places now… my heart goes out to all those who have lost loved ones.-



I picked up my Hobbs Becca Safari Dress from House of Fraser.

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