When I first started dating my husband it was…sorry to sound cheesy but it was intoxicating.I wouldn’t say it was love at first sight but we spent every chance we could together just so we could hang out. We would talk and walk around London for hours, in heels may I add(not him, just me ;p) and I remember going to the museums which are fantastic in London because they’re free and make for great conversation, not that we needed any help! So when hubby had a rare day off, we hopped on the piccadilly line all the way to South Kensington and revisited the Natural history museum. To our dismay there were construction boards around the beautiful building. So sorry no photos in this post.

Apparently the Hintze hall which is the main hall aka the one with the diplodocus skeleton is under reconstruction which will be done by this summer. And instead of dippy it will be a blue whale skeleton on main display. To be honest I’m a little bit sad, about this but hope that the whale will be just as amazing. I love the location of the museums in South Kensington because it has some of the most gorgeous dreamy houses and one of the most prettiest and most known is Onslow square. Please if you haven’t already do explore!
On hand with the camera, John happily took a few shots of me as I cheekily and nervously sat on the steps of someones amazing house.

Dressed in my freshly clean converses (8 years on I’ve learnt to wear flats out with hubby as he loves to walk around for hours and hours!, patchwork denim jeans and this oversized suede jacket I was comfy and felt super cool topped with these huge 70s inspired glasses.

Jeans ,Jacket & glasses  Zara | Shirt H&M | Converse Sneakers | Vintage handbag

Make- up
Armani Foundation
Ysl Touche éclat highlighter
Smashbox loose setting powder
Anastasia Beverly Hills brow pomade in ‘medium brown’
Benefit gimme brows gel
Estee Lauder lipstick in ‘Dune Rose’

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