Sunday, 9 February 2014

Browsing Brighton

 photo IMGP9868_zps4e71a675.jpg  photo IMGP9871_zps5717b87f.jpg  photo IMGP9872_zps3d7e9fbb.jpg  photo IMGP9885_zpsee034c39.jpg  photo IMGP9875_zpsa2d01c82.jpg  photo IMGP9876_zps7535101d.jpg  photo IMGP9886_zpsd2869f6f.jpg  photo IMGP9878_zps7bd723a4.jpg  photo IMGP9879_zpsf0da7c11.jpg  photo IMGP9888_zps61564244.jpg Coat: Topshop (similar here) | Scarf: Zara (similar here) | Jeans: Topshop | Trainers: Schuh | Bag: Primark (similar here) | Sunglasses: London Retro via My Optique* 


A couple of weeks ago my friend from Uni came all the way down to stay with me and we went on a little trip to the seaside to loose her Brighton virginity. It was a beautifully sunny day squeezed in-between all the monsoon weather. I wrapped up in my new Christmas purchases (can we still talk about Christmas or was that too many moons ago?) and we headed down, only making a couple of wrong turns. 

After wandering around the vintage stores and guilty pleasure nik-nak shops, we headed off to the pier for fish and chips and a cool sea breeze. Unfortunately my favourite pic'n'mix stands weren't open (I'm always craving those pink and blue fizzy bottles) so we settled on the stoney beach and tucked into our battered treats. I pointed out a couple of Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging scenes, before heading home and getting lost a few more times on the way. 


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