|Dress: River Island//Shoes: ebay// Cardigan: h&m (charity shop)// Fringe Bag: charity shop|
|Sophie looking very swish, I know that her cardigan is from Jack Wills but if you want to know where she got anything else, drop me a comment and I'll ask her!|
We both fell in love with the city, there's such a buzz about the place and it's filled with quirky bars and restaurants. According to mother Nagaitis, it was voted the no.1. place to live if you're a young, sprightly thing, which explains a lot as I'm head over heels for the place.
Anyhow, I promised you an outfit post and the sun conveniently shone on Saturday morn so Soph and I headed to the gardens of the National Gallery to take a few photos.
I know I keep promising that I'll take some pics of high street stuff that I've bought and finally I've kinda delivered with this lovely River Island tapestry dress which was a mere £15 in the sale! I couldn't believe my luck with this bargain and the thick, quality material means that it's great for this colder-than-average April. Later on I'll be wearing it sans tights for dinner out and drinks in the garden. The bag is another relatively new purchase which I've fallen in love with. It's leather and I picked it up for a mere tenner from British Red Cross. It was perfect for Edinburgh and I've been using it ever since, I think the Mulberry's feeling left out!
More from me soon!