A couple days ago friends of mine were coveting drinking something that sumptuous without having to dwell with the famous London number one policies, which is making a reservation. All the pretty over looking river Thames bar was fully occupied over the weekend and I found a place that is actually neat, called the OXO tower brassiere without having to place my name a month before just to sip and dine. I’ve heard about the OXO tower frequently and knowing that it is located on the other side of South Bank that I have not yet discovered. My friends were delighted as we cross the side road and see another marvelous river Thames side that is so different from what I (almost) on daily basis saw. St. Paul church made an awesome backdrop, looking glorious without having my self-setting my foot over to Washington DC to see another domed building.
My friends and I are deciding we would make a proper photo shot in this particular area. Finally, yesterday the day has come. I created a pattern combination of black and white with checker, print and 3D polka dot. I’m a big fan of polka dot pattern no matter how out-dated it is but it makes a tomboyish look looking girly. I put on my Kenzo cap just to add-in more colour palate and creating this interesting combo’s of black and yellow pop. I say that this look is more to pop art rather than what I intentionally do which is the urban look. Either way, loving the photo shots made by Chanele I thank her for her time and patience needed to handle these shots.
(Asos boxy shirt | H&M polkadot outer | Asos skirt | Asos Bandana skirt | Asos shoes | Philip Lim Pashli bag | Kenzo x New Era cap)