I’ve got a chronic case of bad blogger syndrome so until that’s fixed, here’s some street style shots I got whilst wandering Shoreditch a few weeks ago.
If you’re a Londoner, you’ll be used to seeing a Leon’s around every corner but if you’re from other parts of the UK or even further afield, unfortunately you’re missing out on this little treasure I was pleased to discover a few months back. When you think of fast food you instinctively associate it with chicken nuggets, fries and whatever else lies in the uncertainty of the ingredients. But it doesn’t have to be that way and you can still enjoy delicious meals made from all natural foods and get it within the time it takes to flip a Big Mac…. and if that isn’t enough to persuade you, the prices are practically identical.
The menu includes an arrangement of superfood salads, wraps, rice boxes… think meatballs in a tomato sauce or chicken and chorizo. Or if thats not enough you can still get a burger and a side of baked fries but you’ll be reassured that you’re getting fresh produce created from all natural ingredients.
I normally get a rice box with a peach, lemon and white tea juice and if I’m feeling extra hungry I’ll even get a side of baked fries.. Something I definitely recommend trying if you get the opportunity.
Convenient, cheap, tasty AND healthy.. possibly the perfect combination for when deciding what you want for lunch, right?
*The Leon Gobi, Menu HERE
Second installment of street style at LFW featuring some explicit knitwear and monochrome at it’s finest. I’m obsessed with men’s fashion recently, I find it so interesting and I love how much mixing textures and layering is involved this season (something I love to do myself, especially during Autumn/Winter). If I was a lad I’d insist my wardrobe was filled with the likes of Comme des Garcons and Komakino as they constantly deliver.
I also bumped into the lovely Jameela Jamil and took some pictures of her outfit which was made up of mostly high street – looked amazing and was affordable, my favourite combo!
I’m going to divide these street style posts into 2 instead of overwhelming you with far too many pictures than my WiFi can handle. You may also notice some familiar faces lurking about in these photos. There’s so many different styles roaming around on the cobble stones of Somerset house that its almost impossible to appreciate them all. It wasn’t until I left and took it all in that I realised I was oozing with inspiration and ideas for the season ahead.
Fashion Week, the only place that feels like home without actually being at home. Admittedly a little small fish, big pond kinda feel whilst walking through the courtyard but everyone has their own style and it works like one big unconventional, well dressed family.
A baroque-animal print hybrid on a bomber style jacket all sounds a bit dreadful (and a lot may say it looks equally as bad) but I needed it in my life and I think it dresses up a simple outfit pretty well. It was also practical as it was casual enough to run around London but still had a little extra something for Somerset House.
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