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My life is a constant go and time is of the essence. With time off because of the snow I am only finding the time now to sit down and write this post.

Last weekend I visited my friend in London, I have been to London a couple of times before and I have to say every time I go I always have a great time to exploring new places and obviously  shopping lol.

I always wanted to go vintage shopping in London, this time we decided to finally go and give into the hype of the Vintage markets in Brick Lane. This area of London is not my usual scene but it was nice to explore the area and shop the Vintage scene in LDN.




As always I purchased a couple of new items, I was so surprised with the price of the vintage pieces. In my opinion, I think they are fairly priced compared to shopping for vintage in Dublin. I found a cool pair of Levi mom jeans for £30!

It was absolutely baltic over in London, I was wearing about 4 jumpers and a jacket and I was still freezing haha. I feel like Summer is never coming which is really annoying when you just want to show off your outfit without needing a big bulky jacket ruining it!



My attire was quite colourful and I was inspired to go full on with the vintage vibes for my trip to Brick Lane. I only noticed that in the last couple of outfit posts I have been wearing a beanie lol. Don't worry hopefully I won't be needing a beanie in the next couple of months haha.




'Finesse Vibes'
I fell in love with this sweatshirt from Shein when I first seen it on the website, it reminds me of Bruno Mars 'Finesse' video haha.From my last couple of posts, everyone clearly knows I love the 90s. This sweatshirt was comfortable and warm for exploring the streets of Brick Lane in London. I decided to team it with obviously my trusty bright denim 'Mom' jeans from River Island, I bought these jeans the first time I visited London and they are still going strong 3 years later.




Outfit details:

Sweatshirt: Shein

Mom Jeans- River Island

Shoes- Reebok Classics

Belt- Penneys

Beanie- H and M

I would advise everyone to visit Shoreditch and Brick Lane in London. It is super aesthetic and the area is extremely cool for taking photos. The vintage markets was obviously a new experience for me but I would recommend going to have a browse if you are into vintage fashion. It was nice to spend time with my friend Elaine and take in the London lifestyle for the weekend. Thank you so much for reading this post x

NM

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