You got me writing love letters.

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Photos by Carmen.

For some reason these photos have been sitting in a draft unused since February, so I decided that I might as well publish them while I've got a free morning. This is such a "get up and go" outfit for me, namely due to it requiring minimal effort and still looking put together enough to fool people into thinking that I didn't just snooze my alarm too many times that morning to do anything other than grab whatever happened to be at the top of the clothes pile. This top is the only scuba item I have, and I'm thoroughly disappointed by this trend due to its lack of snorkels; it's false advertising. I do, however, quite like the shape, its structured style hiding all manner of bread-based sins, and it's got slightly more to it than a normal white t-shirt. Add some boots and fedora, and who would know that I'd ran to catch the U-bahn that morning?

In contrast, this morning has been spent in my pyjamas booking my flights home and wishing there was an easy jet version of a costa card/they'd give me a free loyalty cuppa on the flight. The rest of my day will probably involve several cups of tea I've had to make myself (I know, what a chore) as I've come down with a horrible cold, certainly not the way I expected to spend my day off work. Hope you're all having a good Good Friday with considerably less germs than I've got!

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Don't look back into the sun.

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Vintage floral blouse: 50p, charity shop. Asos petite high waist jeans: £28. Topshop monk shoes: old. Cara backpack: c/o Nica. Topshop "really ruby" lipstick.
Photos by Danielle.

I very nearly forgot about these photos, but a quick look through my (very full and overflowing, think post-Nando's) iPhoto library brought these to my attention. When I was home, Danielle and I went to our favourite breakfast spot and took these snaps when walking from the car into town; I like to call it car park chic. As I had a few bits and bobs to pick up, I thought it was high time I road-tested my new Nica backpack, which held four packets of percy pigs, a new memory card, my camera, and a jumper with plenty of room to spare, quite the novelty when it comes to my tendency for handbags. In addition to roomy bags, I also went for my new jeans which were the result of a rash asos order, and a blouse picked up by my mum in a charity shop sale for a mere fifty british pence.

As everyone at work is so kindly reminding me, I have three weeks left till I come back to the UK, and it's something I'll be in complete denial about until I book my flight back (which I should probably do soon...). I liked Munich from the day I arrived, but it feels like it's only really become a proper "home" in the past couple of months as I learn to walk all its back alleys and can give some really good restaurant recommendations. I've still got time to explore the rest of the Bavarian culture I'm yet to have sampled though, and that does mean I'm going to a beer festival in a dirndl - YES.

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Love is blindness, I don't wanna see.

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French Connection blouse: gift. American Apparel floral chiffon skirt: £15, via ebay. The Kooples leather jacket. Missguided heeled boots. Cheap Monday sunglasses. Marks and Spencer bowler bag: £43. Charity shop belt: 20p. Nail varnish: essie "Sunday Funday".
Photos by Stephanie.

When I'm in London during the summer, it's not unlikely that you'll find me in one of its many parks with a picnic and Pimm's, but it took me a good few months to journey up to Olympiapark, which I'm going to blame on the weather - I'm British, after all. As the stadium was built from a dent left by a bomb dropped during the war, this area of Munich has some pretty dramatic landscaping, and it was odd to be wandering round in the bright sun while there was still snow atop some of the hills surrounding us. After spending the day sitting by the lake with a beer, and then hiring a pedalo and seeing the views from the water, I quickly nabbed these photos (under Stephanie's "creative direction") before the sun went down. Here's hoping the weather behaves so that we can do this more often!

If you follow me on instagram, you may have noticed that yesterday Lauren and I went to Innsbruck, Austria (instead of Zurich, due to deciding to do things a little bit too last minute), which was so beautiful I can't even begin to describe. Or rather, I'm going to do a blog post on it, so don't want to chat too much now. I've had to head to the office to blog as for some reason my wifi at home's decided to go AWOL, but otherwise I've had a pretty good weekend so far, and I hope you're all enjoying the time off.

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