Thursday, 24 June 2010

Summer Days :)

So the last few days have been WELL sunny, like 26 degrees i think (and for England that is a big deal). So I thought I should dedicate a post on the sun.

Tuesdays are half days at college for me, so I decided to go see a friend, who I've not seen since their birthday party, before exams had started. We walked around town, got a pack of ice lollies and sat in a lovely park (a popular hot-spot for students). It was lovely and we just layed their and absorbed the lovely rays of the sun.

Anyway, this was my outfit (sorry for the dirty mirror)...

Americana Top- X Boutique, my uncle's shop in Mumbai - At the moment I'm obsessed with anything America. I'm not a big fan of football, so I'm only watching the England matches as my family and friends are making me. And so, for that reason I'm getting very fed up with England flags EVERYWHERE. I know that sounds awful, you know being unpatriotic and all, but I can't help it, it's not like our team is amazing, so why go on and on and on it. So as a result, I wore an America flag top as a childish rebellion against my country, hahaha! Sorry about the pathetic rant. :(
Chambray Denim Shirt - Carboot - Yeah I'm currently in lurve with the shirt as you may have seen in my other last post :)
Shiny Leggings - New Look
Sandals - Primark
Sunglasses - Market - also in lurve with. They are one of a kind!

On Wednesday, our college had General Studies exam for the year above so all of the Year 12s had a day off! So I layed on my sun lounger in my garden during the day, getting myself a bronze tan (sad to see no one cares about skin cancer these days), reading L.A. Candy a novel by Lauren Conrad (a reality star from a hit American show called The Hills, I'm ashamed if you don't know who she is).

Then I went indoors to watch England vs. Slovenia (oh and no one forced me this time, hypocrite much, ha). I only watched the first half and England played really well. Defoe scored and England won!!!

Then I went to the cinemas to watch Raavan, a bollywood movie with the mother. It was okay I guess, nothing too special. Oh btw, I'm doing alot of Indian based things to connect with my culture and learn new things :).

This is what I wore...
Floral Dress - Primark
Black Belt - Primark
Pink Cardigan (in the first photo) - My Mother's

This weekend we are having a barbecue with my dad's side of the family, so look out for another post next week, full of photos and interesting (in my opinion) happenings.

Also, are you excited for tomorrows 'Fashion Icon Friday' post?

Feel free to leave comments :)

Till next time, xoxo


  1. You have the most amazing hair, it's beautiful xx

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  3. lovely blog!
    i love the dress.
    great style.


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