As always, half term is never long enough - I've had almost half of my week off already and the time is definitely slipping by too quickly. I have got a nice week lined up though - I spent the weekend away in Norfolk with my family, am working / seeing friends this week, and then it's Halloween and my birthday this weekend coming. It's really surreal to think that I'm almost 18 - I'm not quite ready for the transition into actually being responsible for things but I guess there's no time like the present. Anyway here are a few photos from my weekend in Norfolk - my parents surprised me with the little holiday, and we stayed in a sweet barn near Sheringham. My hasty packing the night we left meant I ended up wearing a odd mix of patterns every day simply because I'd just grabbed random clothes from my room and not planned rational outfits.
The spiral ring was also from Paris - since working at Hirst Antiques I have really become a bit obsessed with collecting jewellery...once you start, it really is addictive.
We went to Cromer on the first day and it was a really pretty seaside town - we ate lunch on the Pier and my cousins spent ages in the amusement arcades (which are so comforting and nostalgic and remind me of being a little kid again).
On the second day I wore a patterned Beyond Retro shirt with shorts from Clothes Show a few years ago, socks from Topshop and Dr Martens shoes. I never used to wear low necked tops as I don't think they suit me but recently I've realised I can solve this problem by wearing lots of jewellery and necklaces. We went for a walk around Sheringham and I found so many amazingly cheap charity shops.
On the third day I wore a glittery Beyond Retro shirt under a jumper I bought in a charity shop in Sheringham the day before, Urban Outfitters shorts and Dr Martens shoes. The gold necklace was from the same charity shop and the earrings are my crescent moon earrings I bought in Barcelona.
We spent the last day in Holt, a really beautiful town, and I browsed in pretty vintage shops and had my first gingerbread coffee of the season. It was a lovely weekend and really got me in the mood for Autumn. I hope you all have a lovely week!