On a sunny London Sunday, Kim and I decided to venture South of the river to the Science Museum. You must understand that being North London born and bread this was not familiar ground.
Trousers: Anthropologie (similar here), Top: Urban Outfitters, Jacket: Topshop (old - similar here), Sunglasses: Ray Ban, Trainers: Adidas (similar here), Bag: Marrakech
Shirt: Urban Outfitters (similar here and here), Jeans: Topshop, Top: Vintage, Trainers: Nike, Bag: Topshop (similar here and here), Sunglasses: Ray Ban
I have yet to master the art of photographing bubbles.
The ground floor of the museum is undoubtably the best. However, on a Sunday it is also the busiest. A vast amount of the bodies being screaming children.
I love these purple windows. So much so I made Kim, though reluctant at first, stand in front of them.
After exploring the ground floor we ventured down to the basement. Shown above is Kimberly attempting to act natural.
We wandered around the Rubbish Collection for quite a while. It was really cool to see such a vast amount of stuff that had been thrown away all compiled together.
We were also shockingly told that almost all of the items in the collection were collected just over one month.
After a while however, we did get a large craving for tea.
So tea is exactly what we had.
Milk money shot.
We had tea at La Patisserie Des Reves outside in a lovely courtyard shared by lots of different cafes and restaurants just up from the Science Museum. The weather was lovely and it was a great moment for people watching and discussing what we have in store for us the next year at school (ahh terrifying yet exciting).
Nail varnish: Essie
It was such a lovely day filled with many of my favourite things; tea, Kim, museums and the perfect weather in my opinion - cold enough for a jacket, but sunny enough for sunglasses.