|dress: duck & duffel // coat: oasis // shoes: irregular choice|
When the train got in, we hot-footed it to Oxford Circus on the Tube to find Rosie, had a quick look around Topshop and Miss Selfridge before deciding to find some brunch as the rain was starting to pour. There was lots of wedding talk as we chatted about ideas for Rosie's big day. I felt a little proud that I've met such lovely people through writing on this blog, and that they think enough of me to want to invite me to their special day! I've been thinking about this more and more recently, about considering people I've met online as some of my closest friends. Isn't it a far cry from the days when the thought of meeting someone you'd met through the internet had you branded a little weird?
|Christmas decorations in Carnaby Street|
|I rather loved the John Lewis window displays|
Of course, I bought a few things, which I will post about when I've had chance to unpack them all. I have to admit, the rest of the weekend passed at warp speed. I got home from Sarah's about 1am and had to be up for Remembrance Sunday parade with the Guides a few hours later.