Black Shapes in London

June 7, 2017


ENFOLD sweatshirt
Sandro skirt
Miista shoes
Salvatore Ferragamo purse
Shop Sonix sunglasses

Literally wrote this blog post in my gym clothes, from the comfort of my bed in the middle of a Tuesday. It just so happened that we scheduled no meetings this day, and no shooting needed to be done and it was also a rain day so it was perfect that nothing was lined up. As a blogger on the go, I appreciate days like this when I can hang back and focus on emails and writing, two things that easily get backed up on the day-to-day. These are the days when I catch up and organize everything that has been going on. My back is currently extremely sore from the Tabata class I took the night before. But hey, at least I’m strengthening my back muscles. No pain, no gain right?! I’ve really been seeing and feeling a difference in my strength and stamina these past few weeks ever since working in more high intensity courses into my routine. They are always a challenge every time, and I think that is the key! Summer arms and abs are just about here. But before we fast forward to summer, how about we rewind to springtime in London. We walked around Shoreditch after getting Indian food at our favorite spot on Brick Lane. I got cussed out by an angry British man for taking pictures in front of his potted plants. It almost ruined my day of exploring (I even ranted on Insta stories the whole encounter  . . . it was that annoying), but by evening I was ready to start the London night fresh all over again. This color block sweatshirt was perfect for the London weather, which was not too warm or too cold . . . maybe (most likely) a chance of rain. This little ruffle mini skirt and leather block heel played down its boyishness. To me, it felt very East London cool. And London is in fact a place that feels like the inspiration behind what is cool (except for that mean man that yelled at me about the potted plants), because anything sort of goes here style-wise. Off beat and off center, just like the embroidery on my sweatshirt. Ta-da. 

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