|This must be world's longest eyelashes, don't you think?|
|Feeling free to explore the city while being protected from the sun.|
|My heart belongs to London. Surrender if you ever thought to change that!|
|Being the graffiti girl while thinking about the most outstanding street art in London.|
|Where is the next graffiti from Banksy?|
|Red is the colour of passion...|
|The city is my playground.|
|Red lips are made for kissing. Red lipsticks are made for being rings! (At least this one)|
|Let's walk through the streets of London!|
My whole outfit is very much inspired by London. I bought most of the things I wear on my last trip there. Maybe you already spotted them on my post "A Suitcase full of London". Just the good austrian socks and my funny lipstick ring are no british treasures.
I think the biggest eye-catcher are the Tatty Devine Eyelash Glasses. Tatty Devine is one of the very few companies I have a close bonding to. I already have a collection of their jewellery and I love to visit their shop at Brick Lane whenever I'm close.
My perfect Sunday in London is to visit the flower market at Columbia Road, have lovely breakfast there and walk towards Brick Lane and the Tatty Devine shop. This time I bought no necklaces, but I was in love at first sight with this glasses. After trying them on I couldn't leave without them without a broken heart. I think they are just made to go with a sharp and defined haircut as mine. This glasses are very fancy and quirky, exactly what I love. A lot of people ask me about them while I'm wearing them and many take out their camera for taking a picture.
Please, please, let me never break them, I already imagine me with 90, as an extravagant old lady, walking along the Thames and still wearing them from time to time. Maybe they would take my picture then for the Advanced Style blog. I would be very proud and tell them that they keep my powerful London spirit alive.
Dress: Topshop, Sunglasses: Tatty Devine, Necklace: Lazy Oaf, Ring: Tenebris, Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell lookalikes from Camden, Socks: Wolford