I cannot believe how fast time has gone by. It is one thing that we are already saying goodbye to summer and greeting autumn but I have just come to realise that it is half a year now that we moved to London. I remember this time last year, we were discussing the possibility but there were other priorities and other things in focus so was not sure that we actually make the move. It has been a busy six months with furnishing, decorating the house and I feel that we are just settling into and exploring what this city has to offer.
With that said, I enjoyed so much taking photos in this iconic place – even if it meant waking up crazy early to avoid the crowds. I have never seen this place so quite than at 6am. It was only us and a few wedding photographers. Big Ben’s and the Parliament’s golden hue is especially beautiful in the sunrise.
Whenever, I want to use up some of my piled up fabrics, I turn to skirt patterns. They are usually really quick to make. And let’s be honest, a girl can never have enough skirts in her wardrobe. I had this burgundy coloured fabric that was meant to be a maxi dress, however, I run out of summer time and I felt more like adding it to my transitional wardrobe where I can utilise this piece all year around. So I created this easy circle skirt and I paired it with a lace Zara top and heels from Aldo. I love the elegance and romance reflected in this outfit which compliments this beautiful and magical venue of London.