Travel To America


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Hello Lovelies,

I’ve recently returned home after an uh-mazing trip across the USA with my boyfriend, so I’ve decided to plan a few ‘Travel Posts’, both so I can kind of re-live the memories but also, in a less selfish manner, share my knowledge and tips that I gained from this incredible trip!

To start the ball rolling, one of the first things I learnt was that planning a 2-month road trip requires so much time and organisation. You have to make sure your getting the best deals with flights, with the accommodation and the car hire, and you have to work out how much money you will need to comfortably allow you to travel for the time you want, and of course you want to plan where to go and what to do!

Now, I managed to book flights and the first few nights of accommodation and car hire, but after spending hours and hours scrolling through countless Pinterest ‘Travel’ boards in hopes to find ‘The Best Secret Places To Eat’ or ‘The Best Things To Do For Free’, I eventually realised, no matter how much I wanted to feel organised, it was impossible to plan our every move for 2 months. My boyfriend and I had a basic route planned, but we knew we would just end up going with the flow and we’d find stuff to do on the way, if we liked a place, we might stay there longer, if we didn’t, then we could just leave! There were various things we knew we definitely wanted to do, but I found that the most memorable and fun moments were the things and places you stumble on along the way, which you might not necessarily have known were there.

I’ll be posting blog posts about my trip in the next few weeks, some with tips on how to save money, some tips on places to go, things to see and some uh-mazing food we found whilst on our trip and lots more! I don’t think I’ll be able to show exactly just how incredible this trip was through my blog posts, but you just have trust me on this, and hopefully it will inspire you to travel, it’s something I would recommend any one to do, be it your on your own, with a group of friends or with your other half. Yes you need money and yes you gotta step outta your comfort zone just a litttttle bit, but let me tell you, it is SO worth it!

London Streets


A few weeks ago I went to London for a few days and actually managed to take some photos, which I've never got round to posting, they I forgot about them, until now. They're nothing fancy, but I love this simple and classic look. The coat is from GAP, and I absolutely love it, it can be worn with anything.

Anna xo



Last week was a hectic week, first of all I had my graduation, which was so much fun, and had such a great atmosphere. I wanted to show you all this Miss Selfridge co-ord that I wore, which is extremely girly and different to something I would usually choose. I wore shoes from Public Desire; I was so nervous about falling over walking across the stage, so I decided to opt for a chunkier heel! (Sorry for my pasty pale legs!)
I got this beautiful and classic Olivia Burton watch for a graduation present from my parents, and I love it!
I also celebrated my 23rd birthday, so I ate lots of cake and drank lots of tea with my friends and family, then a few days later ate even more cake and drank even more tea for my boyfriends 21st!

Anna xo

Good morning


I've finally finished my degree, which means I have a lot of spare time on my hands. Good for the blog, as I actually have time to post now. Very exciting don't cha think?
This morning consisted of me being excited that I was able to start posting more. I spent most of the morning in bed, planning my blog posts, and also looking at various places in america for my upcoming USA road trip. Any suggestions?

Anna x

Fashion Design Sketchbook


Hello! The reason I haven't been that active on my blog for a few months now is because I'm in my 4th year at University, and it has actually taken over my life. Every spare moment I have is spent doing university work. I'm studying Fashion Design at UCLan, and I've decided to use my blog to showcase my work a little bit.



A few weeks ago I went to Amsterdam for 2 days with my boyfriend. I had never been before, and I was really looking forward to it, but didn't know what to expect. We stayed in the Grand Hotel Downtown, which was lovely, and in such a cute area! We managed to fit in loads of things, and even if you have only one day, it is plenty of time to do and see a lot of things - as long as you don't mind being a busy bee! (and wear comfy shoes!)



The other day I walked along embankment, looking at all the street performers/getting annoyed with the amount of people getting in my way, and we stopped to take some photos opposite Big Ben. The jeans are from a vintage shop in San Fransisco, and the top if from American Apparel. I love this look because depending on what shoes you wear, it can be super casual - like how I wore this with converse, or quite dressy, if you wear with heels. Both look great!
The top has an open back, so I made sure I wore a nice bra - I bought mine from Urban Outfitters.

Jeans - Vintage Similar Here | Top - American Apparel | Bra - Urban Outfitters
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