Here comes the sun

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Saturday’s weather left no doubt: spring is in town. So I went to Broadway market and Primrose hill with my boyfriend, and caught up with a friend afterwards. I finally made it to Abbey Road, only to be annoyed by the people constantly taking a picture on the famous crossing. I just think it’s quite ironic that for the number of “fans” that are swarming around the studio’s, there never is anyone camping out at 3 Savile Row (a.k.a. the Apple Building and the location of the rooftop concert). There’s a little of my own personal Beatlemania for you, and I will leave it at that -for now-…

This perfect day was followed by a perfect night of seeing old friends, BBQ and dancing. And of course, there are some pictures to prove it…

Blouse: Mardi Jeudi
Knit: Mango
Jacket: H&M
Skirt: Dries Van Noten
Boots: Vintage
Watch: Casio
Earrings: Etsy
Sunnies: Ray Ban
Grandmothers’ scarf
Bag: Best Behavior

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  1. Lovely pictures Pats, wish I could have been there!! I love the color red on you, it looks super cute in combination with that Dries Van Noten skirt. Oh oh jealousyyyy (but only in a good way!) ;-)

    Written by Kim on 23 March 2011


  2. What I’d give to be there!
    Can’t wait to get out of here!

    x Krizia

    http://www.krizia-shark-attack.blogspot.com

    Written by Krizia on 23 March 2011


  3. Krizia, If you’re leaving for London, I’m coming with you!

    Written by Kim on 23 March 2011


  4. Also wishing that I could have been there! Go Dries!!!!

    Written by Marijs on 23 March 2011


  5. [...] wherever in your city. It’s amazing and I am spoiled for life. You can see why in posts like Here Comes The Sun, Barbicana, Magmatic and East London Sunday . And you can read all about how it felt to come back [...]

    Written by Happy 1st. – Ella & Louise on 09 February 2012


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