Back to the north Norfolk seaside – you’ve already seen me parading by the pier in a floaty skirt, but these are the other photos I managed to take when I was there earlier this year. It’s a part of the world I’m frequenting more often these days because of the access to free accommodation, excellent fish and chips, cream teas and beaches. (And with all the fish and chips and cream teas I consume in this part of the world on an increasingly regular basis, perhaps I will one day join the beach as a whale.) And as I post this, I’m about to head back for another long weekend – joy 🙂
As I’m getting to know my way around the area these days, this time I had locations in mind for taking some blog photos – hence the aforementioned beach post. So here I am, sauntering around the cute little side-streets that lead to the sea and the sandy beach. And though it looks like summer, it was actually like standing in a wind-tunnel and you’ll notice in some shots I’m desperately clinging onto my helicopter ponytail, or have given up and let it take off. Ah, British summer.
Just as a side note, it always feels harder to make trouser/pant outfits as exciting and feminine as when you have a swirly, girly skirt. And much less fun for blog photos. Although, weirdly, the longer I write this blog the more I’m choosing to buy dresses and skirts and the less frequently I wear trousers… anyone else finding blogging is changing their sense of style??
And this outfit has the added bonus that it makes me feel like an extra from Grease…
Head scarf: Next (old, similar)
Shrug: Collectif (black version in stock)
Belt: Dorothy Perkins
Leggings: Topshop (similar)
Shoes: Clarks (similar)