Decided it might be fun to traipse around one of the several industrial areas lining the river.
It’s quite a strange place to be really – piles of earth, rocks and discarded building materials sit comfortably next to mounds of wild grass and overgrown flora.
And, in the middle of a wide expanse of concrete slabs, there sits a shallow pond, lined with large rocks, seemingly to shield it from the surrounding development.
It’s all about balance, I guess.
I’m wearing a vintage leopard print top I purchased recently, along with my favourite silk high-waisted shorts.
I love when two pieces just seem to fall into one another when you wear them in a perfect, oversized draping action.
Also wearing my beloved vintage Ray Ban-esque clubmaster sunnies in the perfect shade of pearl grey.
Nice to step away from the usual black or tortoise shell options every now and then.
On a side note, I do apologise for the distinct lack of shoe action in these shots.
I would usually wear a simple pair of black, tan or nude sandals with this outfit, but clambering around as I was proved a tad difficult in anything more than a mere pair of thongs/flip flops.
Promise to include more shoes in the future!
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