So just chill 'til the next episode.

The Kooples leather jacket. Topshop 'tell someone who cares' tee: £22 (short sleeve version online). Vintage suede skirt: £8, charity shop (suck on THAT asos and topshop). Oasis chelsea boots: £41 (now on sale!). Rimmel Kate Moss 08 lipstick.

Photos by Jade.

It's when I'm sitting in bed, with a cup of tea nearly too cold to drink, without make-up on and with a grey "Spring" sky outside, that I'm glad I have a massive backlog of photos ready to go. So, the beady-eyed Instagram followers be thinking "but I thought you hadn't been to Liverpool for ages?" would be correct - this was over a month ago, but let's pass it off as a #TBS, leave the eyeliner far, far away, and save the PJ's of the day for another desperate outfit post.

I headed back to my university city on the first fair weather weekend of the year with two unnecessary coats in tow. First stop was Bill's with Jade, having a four hours too late breakfast which went down just like the treat it was. We then popped over to the Georgian quarter (fave 4eva) to snap these photos before I met up with my friends in the Quarter for a catch-up over crumble. We left the sweets behind as we headed into town to avoid the Harvey Nichols beauty bazaar get an outfit for the oncoming evening of green-lit bars and, I quote, "the dungeon". A lot of dancing later, we were waking up to a much-needed Moose before everyone went their own ways. Weekends in Liverpool are always fleeting, but that's just the perfect excuse to head back soon.

As long-time readers all know (read: I don't shut up about it), Liverpool is my favourite UK city, but when it comes to places a little further afield I'm not necessarily on the hunt for a constant Beatles soundtrack, even if it helps.

Numero uno is, without a doubt, heading to Scandinavia to see the Northern Lights. Blame it on my childhood obsession with Philip Pullman if you will, but those fuzzy green and blue lights have always held an enigmatic appeal that I've never quite got over, recently reignited after reading Carrie's beautiful post.

Next up is Osaka. Or, let's be honest, a round-the-country trip of Japan. I studied Japanese at GCSE, and although I may have forgotten the finer details of the language my love for the country (and their food, come on) is still going strong.

Completing the travel trinity is Italy. I can't quite pinpoint a city (Florence for its art? Venice for its beauty? Just pick the whole country for its pasta?), but it's always been a long-time favourite of lots of my friends, and I want a piece of the pizza. I nearly headed to Milan whilst in Germany, but after deciding to go the day before, our plans unfortunately never had time to form.

The above is my entry to Transun's blogger competition to win a trip to see the Northern Lights. As a general rule I don't enter any competitions on my blog, but as it's been a dream of mine to see them since I was 12, I thought I'd make a little well-lit exception for this one. Fancy giving it a go yourself? Find the details here.


  1. I think your tee needs to find it into my wardrobe - off to hunt it down!

  2. I love your top (& by the way, you have the most amazing smile!).

    Becky ::

  3. I'm just loving this, that tee is too cool! x

  4. Love that tee! Bills and Moose are my fave places to eat in Liverpool, the french toast from Moose is just divine!! xxx

  5. This is such a great, effortless look! Great post!

    Brittany x | Bringing Up Brittany

  6. That skirt!!!!! What a find! (It's nicer than the topshop/asos ones too!) xx

  7. Your photography is stunning and I love your outfit, especially your skirt - what a fabulous vintage find! Seeing the Northern Lights would be incredible!

    Style Sunrise ☀


  8. I love everything about this outfit, you look so bloody cool! That skirt was an amazing find. I would love to see the Northern Lights, San Francisco is pretty high up on my travel wishlist too x

    Josie’s Journal

  9. I live in Liverpool at the minute and I love this city so much! You've captured it perfectly - your photography is stunning!
    I've never heard of/been to Bill's but it looks so cute and yummy. Also, Moose Coffee. Oh my goodness. This has to be THE best place for brunch!

    I love this outfit as well... need to go dig my leather jacket back out I think!

    Soph x |

    (P.S You've managed to catch a glimpse of my flat in one of your photo's haha!)

  10. Oh I wish I'd found a suede skirt for £8! Looks amazing on you.

    Kathryn /Cherries in the Snow

  11. nice :) happy monday :)

  12. what a killer outfit!!! i love the jacket especially...
    bella x

  13. Oh Rebecca, your photography is absolutely stunning! Love the effect to your outfit photo's, and of course your outfit, amazing skirt!! :)



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