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Dinner in Covent Garden


I’m never usually in Covent Garden. Despite its beauty, it’s such a tourist trap; but I headed there a couple of weeks ago, for a goodbye dinner. We went to MEATMarket, which is an American diner that is super cool and edgy – my kind of place! In hindsight, I should have taken some actual pictures of the interior, but instead took pictures of the food!
This is what I wore. I bought this dress on eBay for pennies and the great thing I love so much about this is that it clings to my waist, which is something I have a real struggle with because my waist is so small. Anyways, I love the colour, but I’m trying to stop buying Blue dresses – I have so many polka dot and Blue dresses in my wardrobe! But this I had to buy, it’s a deep ocean Blue that goes really well with my skin tone.

The shoes were a revelation. I took a rare trip to Primark in the lookout for a belt, but saw these shoes and feel in love, even more so when I tried them on - the comfort, oh the comfort!


Dress: eBay
Cardigan: South (Via Very)
Belt: Primark
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: Primark

Close-up of pattern


I've had a manic few weeks, so I'm glad everything is back to normal and I have some actual time to blog!

I hope you all had a great weekend :)


Love and hugs,
Isha 
xxx 

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  1. I adore this color on you! And food pics >>>>>

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    1. Thanks love! You still need to email meeeeeeee! ;) x

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