Monday, 2 November 2015
As promised here is a new article! And once again I´m taking you to London! There aren´t many posts left so I hope you enjoy this one. I have a tendency to like all my articles for different reasons, and this time is because of the title. "London Calling" is a well known song by The Clash (I remember it for beeing on repeat at LFWend) and even though in the lyrics there are no references to the Telephone cabins, I took it that way. I thought it would be cool to mix both ideas, the popular song that contains both, London and calling, and my pictures with telephones of the popular British culture.
But don´t worry, I didn´t spend a whole day talking on the phone. We visited some points of central London, starting at the Oxford Circus, then turned on the Regent Street, one of the most memorable streets of the city. The architecture is so unique you can identify in just one look. At the end of the street you will inevitably come across "Picadilly Circus", the center of central London. Some people compared it to Times Square, New York, for the amount of luminous billboard that surround it, but the iconic spot of the place is the memorial where tourists take a seat to rest. If you continue walking through Conventry street you will arrive to Leicester Square, the place of the theatres. But you can´t end your day without going to Trafalgar Square. They say the best view of the city is here because you are not only looking the lions square, but you can also get a glimpse of the Big Ben and London Eye.
Maybe this activities are the most tiring because it´s the most crowded area of the city and also counts with a bast amount of tourists, but you should do it. If you don´t go to this places you will regret it when you get back home and people start making questions and stuff.
Now let´s talk about my outfit. No doubt that the jeans are the main article of the outfit. They are from House of Holland, by the talented Henry Holland (the one I talked about in my LFWend post). His A/W 2015 was characterised by the mixture of unconventional tartans. With that said, it´s pretty obvious why I´m wearing a pair of ripped jeans with different colours tartan fabrics under each hole. This jeans are fabulous and I can´t believe I have them in my wardrove! They are a kind of boyfriend/girlfriend with a high rise that would make them mom jeans... IDK what they are, but so that you know, I always wear the same size, but with this ones I had to get one size less. I suggest you try them on. Another thing I love about them is the end. They are not as wide as a boot cut, but still are loose and go perfect with heeled boots. All in all, I consider them very flattering and I highly recommend them for their originallity.
Besides the jeans the lace up top and the transparent heels boots are quite interesting, but we´ll leave that talk for another day.
Hope you all had a succesfull Monday and start of the week! Only 4 days left for the weekend!
OOTD: Topshop Tie front top, Zara high heel bootie, House of Holland tartan boyfriend jeans, and Ray-Ban wayfarer denim sunglasses