I wasn't born last night.


For some reason, Leeds is one of the northern cities I'd never quite managed to explore, so when my favourite Yorkshire lass announced she was getting married, me and the rest of the uni girls booked our train tickets North for her hen party, packed some pretty frocks and arrived prepared to be drinking for the next twelve hours. We were correct in that assumption. It's been a while since I've had a session quite that long, but self-made long island iced teas followed by something of a nostalgia-fuelled reunion with baa bar (nothing on Liverpool's four walls of complete debauchery, of course) took their course and we somehow emerged unbroken - although the same clearly cannot be said for my shoes, illustrated above. After a rather long (we're talking hours here) breakfast Clarity and Georgia had to head home to dissertations and ice bucket challenges but Sita and I stuck around for a coffee and I sneakily managed to get some outfit photos which magically portray me hangover-free: god bless BB cream.

I thought it would only be appropriate to post these photos while I'm up in Chester celebrating the Coppenhalls' wedding, so here's to more northern adventures and significantly less morose mornings.

13 comments:

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  2. I wish I looked as good as you hungover Rebecca!
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  3. Lovely outfit - the bag is really cute. And your hair is so pretty! :)
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  4. Horrah for northern adventures! Another fellow northern girl over here (though relocated!) this makes me miss home a little, sounds like you all had a fab time x

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  5. Ergh Leeds, that makes my heart ache. I miss Yorkshire so much! I'm so glad you had a great time in typical Yorkshire manner. You look very fresh in these pictures, teach me your ways.

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  6. YAY FOR THE NORTH! I had my Sheffield chums back this weekend and it warmed my cockles, it did. Love the parka mate, how very AW14 <3 Claire @ Jazzpad

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  7. I love the cozy casual vibe of this outfit!

    The North looks so gorgeous and adventure filled! I'm glad you're having fun!

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  8. So pretty, im loving the stripy top! You've paired it beautifully too, love these photos! x

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  9. I haven't been to Leeds in ages, I need to make a trip up north I think!

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  10. Yay for Leeds - had a day there a couple of weekends ago, and it was nice to explore. I don't get to Leeds very often and when I do it's usually work.

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