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Blouse: £6, vintage via Ark. Denim circle skirt: £28.50, American Apparel. Denim jacket: £63, Hobbs. Scarf: £1, charity shop. Shoes: 50p, Russell and Bromley. Jewellery: gifts. Belt: 20p, charity shop. Bag: gift from Jazmine. Lips: Topshop Mischief.

Considering it had been on my must do list since I found out you could, it took me till my last week in Liverpool to go to the top of the Anglican cathedral and see the city from its blustery heights. Somehow managing to stay on our feet, Sita, Amy and I headed up there on a clear day and gave our fair city a farewell from above. It's so odd to see where you live (cue "I can see my house!!" shouts) from such a different angle, but it doesn't half make me miss it when I scroll through all my photos. Perhaps a beehive wasn't the best idea for going somewhere so exposed, but after a trip to the toilets, past an Emin, we managed to snap these outfit photos in the beautiful grounds. The graveyard there is quite different to Père Lachaise which I visited last Wednesday, but the stone-lined passageways tell their own stories. I guess that's a bit of an odd (if perhaps relevant) last outfit post from Liverpool, but it shows how varied the city can be - from green Sefton Park to cool, steel shop fronts. Although I miss it and its perfect locations, I guess you'll have to make do with some Isle of Wight and Paris based posts for now!



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14 comments:

  1. Cohen I absolutely love your blog and have been reading it for a while! You're stunning and I always enjoy your posts and pictures x

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  2. Great pictures, I love your skirt - I've had one on my to-buy list for a while. It's great to finally do the touristy things in your city - I still have so many London things that I have yet to do despite living here for nearly six years! x

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  3. Lovely photos! You manage to rock the 'windy look'. I love being a tourist in my own city from time to time. The Cathedral is beautiful-love the neon sign.
    Rachelle x
    http://inspiredbytheretired.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. wow great look!! love your skirt!

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  5. I love your blouse, such a good print. There's sadly no big cathedrals to climb in Brisbane but I love visiting them when I'm travelling. It's so much fun.

    x

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  6. You look so cute here. Love!

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  7. Lovely look xx

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  8. how beautiful is that neon light?! lovely photos as always x

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  9. I love your shirt! the neon sign is amazing - this is now going on my 'to see' list, your photos are so lovely!

    bec X
    honeythumb.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. You look amazing here, super jealous of your eyeliner and those legs!

    Maria xxx

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  11. Gorgeous outfit, I love the adorable little bag. Also your friend has the most amazing curly hair!

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  12. Such a lovely outfit, the skirt and shoes are pretty

    Julia x

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