Yesterday was bank holiday monday, which meant a day off school, so me and my parents decided to spend the weekend in Brighton. I haven't actually been before (that I can remember, anyway) but was desperate to go as I'd heard it was full of vintage and antique stores, and quirky, extravagant people a little like myself. I'm also quite interested in going to college/university there.
The North Laines are just as you'd imagine...gorgeous streets with pretty painted houses, bunting hanging from buildings, oodles of antique and curiousity shops, and loads of thrift and vintage stores. I felt like I'd died and gone to heaven...Brighton is my paradise, literally.
There was a huge vintage warehouse/emporium, as if Rookie had made a huge store like John Lewis/Selfridges/Macys. It had the cutest turnstile entrance and it was really awesome.
Pretended to try on a dress so I could take a sneaky blog picture for you guys.
I wore my new office platforms, h&m tights, Levi shorts,a leopard shirt from a thrift store in Brick Lane (it's too small and pops open around my chest so I have to wear it under things) a sleeveless sweater from a kilo sale, random bracelets, gold chain, and my rolling stones necklace from Rock by Mail. My flower crown is handmade, and you can win one just like it in my giveaway here: http://roseandvintage.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/giveaway.html
I made some moodboards that some up the sort of springtime feelings I'm having at the moment. I made them my taking screenshots of my tumblr archive.
I've got another post from Brighton with a photoshoot I did on the beach, and some awesome 70's vibes for you all coming later on this week, and don't forget to check out and enter my giveaway: http://roseandvintage.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/giveaway.html
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