Don't forget who you are.

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How to style a denim pinafore dress|
Hoxton fashion blogger|
Pitfield Street Café, Hoxton, London |
Tatty Devine bunting necklace |
Pitfield Street Cafe and Shop, Hoxton|
Truman's Brewery, Pitfield Street, Hoxton|
Anthrpologie calendar sale|
Fat Face denim pinafore dress|
Fatface fashion blogger outfit|
Ribbed polo neck and denim pinafore dress: c/o Fat Face. Hobbs monk shoes: £69 (similar). Marks and Spencer bag: £43. Tatty Devine bunting necklace: made by myself!

Scheduling is the poor man's time travel (bear with me, it kinda makes sense). I'm sitting with a fresh brew writing this on a Thursday lunchtime, knowing it'll be published on Sunday morning, and you'll be reading this maybe that day or in 2019 or whenever. In the interval of 72 hours, I'll have packed my bags, decamped Essex in favour of Manchester*, probably had a minor panic attack on the train as it leaves Euston and thought of pancake day approx 93 times. So, as you read this I'll be fuming at how bloody cold the North is, when in reality I'm chilling listening to a bit of Radio 1. In the past. See? Sort of like time travel.

East London, in a roundabout way, has a similar feel. I'm not an eastender by any stretch of the imagination, but I am firmly rooted there in quite a few ways. Last week I met up with Kristabel and we headed to Pitfield Street's eponymous café for a coffee. As we sat looking across the street I kept thinking of how lots of time paths crossed along this street - obviously not whilst we were talking, because that's weird and a little bit rude. If I were to turn right, I'd end up pacing the well-worn track back to my old place of work, via the local, home to plenty of breakdowns and a fair few hurrahs. Turn left, however, and you'll work your way up to the church my grandparents were married in, their first home and the bakery my cousin still works in to this day. Of course, you'll all have a vested interest in going straight ahead and ending up at the Breakfast Club because their huevos rancheros is amazing and 100% #instagrammable. And there I was sat, wearing some clothes from the brand where I had my first job. One part funny, one part kinda reading into this 100 times too much.

*With the slight upheaval, there might be a bit of change here. I've got a few posts scheduled, but can't guarantee things will be running like clockwork in the next few weeks+, so please bear with me while I sort my life stuff out. I'll inevitably be tweeting and gramming, so see you there in the meantime!


  1. Best of luck with the move to Manc Rebecca. Here's to lots of adventures!
    A Story of a Girl

  2. Your photos are always the best! I love the pinafore too. It's nice that you have so many connections in East London, that familiar sort of feeling is always quite comforting. Good luck with the move!! x

    Josie | Sick Chick Chic

  3. I'm always in love with your photos, and your outfit is perfect!
    Good luck with the move up North, Manchester is lovely : ) x

    Lorna | Girl in Albion

  4. Love that pinny! Some really lovely photos too :) Good luck with the move, my sister has lived in Manc for a few years now & she loves it - I'm sure you will too! Liv x

  5. So so pretty Rebecca! I love this outfit x

  6. Wow, I didn't realise you had such a connection to that area, so many varied memories. So nice chatting to you, best of luck with the new job! Need more Manchester tips!

  7. Absolutely love this outfit/title/post/location/the story behind it. Good luck in Manc babe, kick ass xxxx

  8. There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment’s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.

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