central London, Trafalgar square

Hi there! Today the weather is awesome, it says that the temperature will even reach 17°C, unfortunately, I have to go to my job and work there all day long. What a nonsense! However, I still have some spare time right now, so I am sharing with you some more pictures from my weekend in London! You have probably seen one of these pics as a little sneak peek on my insta (go & follow here for the newest updates) and now it is time for all details! Are you excited as much as I am?

Trafalgar Square. How many times all of you have heard these two words? In talks about London and its places of interest, I guess, a thousand or even more. It is surely one of the most attractive places and everytime it is time to visit London, you feel that you need to see it again and take lots of pictures in its background. Even though I feel the same, it has been only two times out of five when I have walked around. Thousands of turists and reconstructions, but the vibe is still fantastic. In Vilnius, we have some huge squares where I love to hang out but none of them has these kind of fountains which I am in love with. Short tip: if you always search the perfect place for pictures, find huge fountain. I am sure that you'll be more than satisfied of the result. The one in Trafalgar Square is a perfect place for pictures if less people in the background is what you look for.


London is known for its rain, cloudy and bad weather. I would rather say that Vilnius (altough all this week we have sun here) is more likely to be more rainy than London is. The weekend in London was pretty cloudy but there was no sudden rain and even the last day was so sunny. For the real, I would say, early spring weather, when it is 13°C outside, it was a perfect choice to go for slacks, long-sleeved top and a classic black coat, plus quilted stitching chain crossbody bag (here).

I am not the one who is freezing cold just to take perfect pictures as long as I do not want to show some certain pieces. Also, I have never pushed myself into that cold just to take pictures for collaborations. These shots in London are the real proof. This classic outfit is the one I was really wearing when I was exploring the city. It was so comfy, perfect for the weather and long walks. Probably it would be more comfy to stay in loungewear but... you know.

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Shoes LORENZO (here) / Quilted stitching chain crossbody bag GAMISS (here)
Blouse MORGAN DE TOI (similar here) / Slacks & cap H&M (here and here) / Coat ONLY (here)

This post is in collaboration with GAMISS (here) 

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