Tuesday, June 28, 2011

We Can Do It!

Shirt, J.Crew. Shorts, Banana Republic. Scarf, H&M. Belt, Joe Fresh. Sandals, Nine West.

For the past few days, I have been busy planning and packing for a trip, which means my posts may become scarcer in July. One of the cities I'll be visiting is London and would love some recommendations of non-touristy sights. Anyone? Bueller... Seriously, though, I know quite a few bloggers are British, so don't hold out on me, mkay?   


Closet Full of Happiness said...

the scarf is such a nice touch to a simple casual outfit! London?! jealous!! I love London. Speaking of London, have you seen Downton Abbey? BBC miniseries. I just finished it, soooooo good - and streaming on NFlix

rlutz said...

London is my very favorite...went to school there for a year and also honeymooned there...you must visit the Portabello Road Market, British War Museum and buy lunch at the Harrods Food Hall and picnic in Kensington Park.
Love the bow!

Lydia Marie said...

Sounds like fun! Your sandals are really cute too by the way.

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Monique said...

OMG - LONDON, that's SOOOO AWESOME! I can't wait to see pics and a summary when you get back! You're always so cute with your head scarves.

M & Em said...

My goodness, you're adorable! Your sandals are absolutely perfection. And I love the scarf in your hair!


angie said...

I love the way you styled the shorts.They don't look casual but classy!So great you are taking a trip to Europe!Hope you enjoy every minute of it!

Anonymous said...

Love the head scarf and the cute olive shorts. You look adorable as usual!

I'm jealous of your London trip, so can you pack me in the suitcase? I WANT to go!!

TheDayleigh said...

So classic, love your scarf. The whole thing is very Audrey!

Emily, Ruby Slipper Journeys said...

I love this outfit with the headscarf!

Hmmm, London. Well, the cool place these days to hang out seems to be Dalston. You could go to Broadway market in Hackney. The hipsters are a bit much, but there aren't really any tourists. I recommend all the parks, famous or not, and really loved hanging out on Hampstead Heath in the summer. I think Hampstead in general is a pricey but lovely area. Go to Hummingbird Bakery in Soho for red velvet cupcakes. Get Meal Deals from Boots (a pharmacy, but you can get a sandwich/salad, a drink and a snack for £3.25 or something) if you want a cheap lunch.

Indian food at Tayyabs in Whitechapel is really cheap and good, although be prepared to queue. And there's always Brick Lane.

The Natural History Museum, while undeniably touristy, is awesome, as is the Victoria and Albert across the street.

Walk down the Thames. : )

Hope this helps a bit! Enjoy!

cristen said...

this outfit is adorable! i'm really digging head scarves these days and you are totally rocking it in these pics. :)