London Town: Views From the Shard, Arty Tees and A-Lines

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[SHOTS BY EBUN ANDU]
WEARING:
6051 III SHIRT | COURTESY OF NEVA HOSKING
PINK CORDOROY A-LINE SKIRT | PRIMARK
ROSE QUARTZ NECKLACE | STALL IN MALAGA
CLASSIC M754 NEW BALANCE IN GREY/OFF-WHITE | OFFICE

A couple of weeks ago, I was doing tourist in London and gawking at every red phone box and any street with rows of white houses. I’m easily impressed by new things, I know. So I was absolutely mind-blown when Ebun bagged us some cheap tickets for The Shard – the number one tallest building in the UK and fourth in Europe. All we needed was Drake’s Views playing in the background as we gazed at London city’s landscape.

It was a lovely few days of culture, creativity and fun. So I guess it was fitting to wear this tee featuring Neva’s beautiful prints and pair it with this cute A-line skirt.

IMG-20160821-WA0011DSC00582.jpgIMG-20160821-WA0004.jpgIf you’ve checked my blog out before, you may have already seen my post on Neva Hosking. She’s such a wavy artist, so I was over the moon when she sent over one of her printed t-shirts. I loveee the large fit and the detail on the back of the tee. Like, I’m actually smitten.

DSC00581IMG-20160821-WA0010.jpgDSC00572.jpgI always wanted to style the tee with something high-waisted, so when I saw this skirt, I literally rejoiced at the idea of killing two birds with one stone. If only you knew how long I’d been searching for a really cute, pink A-line skirt. A good four months, or something crazy like that.

Corduroy is a material that hasn’t touched my legs since I was about seven, so I’ve forgotten how much I love the texture. I’m really here for making corduroy a big thing again, to be honest.

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My trusty NBs finish off the ‘fit. They were perfect for trekking the city in, and the grey doesn’t steal attention from the pink skirt and graphic top.

How would you style a graphic tee like this? Let me know below!

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