Strolling in Richmond Park

I can't believe these photos were only taken a couple of weeks ago, back when the weather was warm enough to wear no coat and bare legs. Now I've already dug out my wooly jumpers and coats, it feels like autumn is officially here! But back to the pictures... we took them while visiting one of my favourite places in London, Richmond Park. If you come to London it's well worth a visit, especially if you fancy a bit of deer spotting! We went to the Isabella Plantation, which is a cosy woodland garden within the park. Luckily the flowers were in full bloom and it was so peaceful; the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon. I wore a little denim pinafore dress paired with a simple tee with rolled-up sleeves and my fave 70s-inspired platform heels. Hope you like the pictures!

PS. There's a smokey eye make-up tutorial going up on my YouTube tomorrow, you can check out my channel here!

Dress: ZARA (similar here) | T-shirt: Topshop | Heels: Office (now on sale!)

10 comments:

  1. Your outfit is really cute, I love the dress. You look great and the pictures are amazing by the way. :)

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  2. Lovely shots and beautiful scenery to do a style post in!:)

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    1. Thank you :) The flowers were so beautiful, makes me wish it was still summer!

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  3. You look gorgeous and I love the shoes you chose! I usually have trouble deciding what top to wear under dungarees but this looks fab!

    Sally ~ DiagonSally

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    1. Aww thank you! I always go for either black, white or stripey tops when I wear dungarees, they seem to work the best!

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  4. Wow! The pictures you took look incredible. Someone actually recommended visiting that park when I went to London but I thought a park's not worth the effort of figuring out how to get there. I surely was wrong! Oh well, maybe next time! :) x

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    1. Thank you so much! Yes there's always next time :) There are so many lovely parks in London, it's hard to choose which one to visit! x

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