Monday, September 7, 2015

OOTD: Columbia Road Flower Market

This past weekend I ventured out to Shoreditch for the Columbia Road flower market. Shoreditch is an adorable neighborhood filled with cool bars, restaurants, vintage shops, boutiques, and cute colored doors! My friend Maggie and I couldn't resist stopping and snapping some pictures. So here is a OOTD for a casual day exploring London! 

My style hasn't changed since I've hopped over the pond. Although I am around very edgy and eccentric styles I still hold onto my preppy roots.  I paired this adorable pink and white gingham button down with a navy cardigan. For a warm London afternoon it was the perfect look. The sun was shining (a rare occasion) and it was the perfect day! I simply paired the look with a classic pair of denim skinny jeans to be comfortable yet stylish. 

For accessories I wore my favorite small Kendra Scott dangle earrings along with stacks of Alex and Ani bangles and other bracelets. Also, I always wear my Kate Spade watch wherever I go! It goes with everything and is my favorite watch of the moment. Keds are also the perfect sneaker for walking around. They are super comfortable but are cuter then wearing running sneakers. 

What I'm wearing: 
Shirt: Ralph Lauren 
Cardigan: J Crew 
Jeans: American Eagle 
Sneakers: Keds 
Earrings: Kendra Scott
Bracelets: Henri Bendel, Alex and Ani, & Lily and Laura
Watch: Kate Spade 

What is your casual Sunday look? Let me know in the comments! 


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