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I Remember It Well

Summer is now a distant memory, but these photos are filled with happy memories of a day in Nottingham with my dearest Charlotte. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I really love Nottingham. It's only two hours away from London but it feels like a different world. It's a city, but really quaint and quiet compared to London. Myself and Charlotte always have the best time and I seriously need to make plans to visit for longer than a day.

These photos were taken from my last trip during the summer and I love the way Charlotte photographs me. I feel so comfortable with her and our sessions are always filled with laughter.
 



























Skirt: Joy^
Top: Dorothy Perkins^
Cardigan: H&M
Sandals: Dorothy Perkins^
This outfit is a summer's dream: Light colours, airy fabric, fun and whimsical. The skirt is the standout here and I also have it in Navy because why buy a fab skirt in one colour when you can get it in two?! Joy don't do plus size clothes (well, they go up to a size 16), but the skirt has an elasticated waist for ease of wear. It's gorgeously pleated and is perfect for a summer's day like this one. I teamed it with a flower top, thin cardi, and the most spectacular sandals.




























Yes, I was definitely loving this outfit and look forward to my next trip to Nottingham.

'til next time!

Love and hugs,
Isha xxx

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  1. Nottingham is a fave city of mine too, they have a great music scene! I love this outfit, I never wear pale colours like this but you absolutely rock them

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