This post is somewhat of a little update of what I got up to this week.
The least summery thing I did, due to it being inside, was going to the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at the V&A. I went with Amber and we both really enjoyed it. Not only were the clothes absolutely stunning, the presentation of the whole exhibition was beautiful. Every room was so different, with quotes on the walls and lighting and music to create different atmospheres.
Last weekend Amber and I attended a Mad Hatters Brunch. It was a rather confusing affair to begin with, as documented in my vlog which I will link at the end of this post, yet when we finally (emphasis on the finally) arrived it was so so lovely.
On Saturday (27th July) Joe and I ventured into town, like many many others, to join in with the festivities of London Pride. We started at Baker Street where the parade began and followed it on the beginning of it's journey down Oxford Street.
I am now officially on summer and finished with school! And I must say it is glorious.
I finished my exams on the 15th of June, and so far summer has been pretty relaxing, a relax that was very much needed. I want to get straight back into blogging this summer and document all my experiences and thoughts, however, this desire and goal has not been successful thus far. In order to kickstart my enthusiasm and, hopefully, creativity, I thought I would ease myself in slowly with a little photo update due to my embarrassing lack of detailed documentation of the start of my summer.
Just before my last exam it was my Mother's birthday. So on the Friday before her birthday we headed off to the hairdressers, with some revision in my bag of course, and had a lovely time sipping smoothies in Daniel Galvin Junior followed by some serious shopping.