I had a blast this week strutting my stuff in Park Lane just by the Dorchester Hotel – ooohhh I felt so posh and classy just being in the area and being outside the Hotel. To top it off, I went to the Elan Cafe which I was really looking forward to. I was very excited to go to the cafe as the Instagram photos looked so lush. It was full of pink, floral decorations and luxurious looking chairs. I had to go and so I did.
I went to the cafe with my brother and at first glance it is a lot smaller than I initially thought. However, the decor and the decorations were superb. Exactly what I imagined. Most people in London go to a cafe and order a hot drink, but I ordered a red velvet cake because I have such a sweet tooth. I usually don’t order hot drinks at cafes, but if I do it’s usually a hot chocolate with the occasion flavoured tea.
I feel like I belong in Park Lane. The environment, the look and feel of the area and the ‘richness’ – that’s me.
When I go to places like this I have to take photos and dress up and strut my stuff whilst i’m strolling in Park Lane. I call this look the Candy Pop fashion look because of the vibrant blue, purple, pink and yellow tones. It is very vibrant and the frills makes the top ‘pop’ even more.
The coat is definitely oversized and at first I didn’t like it but I have grown used to it. I actually prefer that it is over sized. The purple really stands out, it’s long and thick enough for winter and has a v-neck shape when you button it up. sometimes I wear a light weight scarf with it and do a bow tie. This time I decided to leave the coat unbuttoned.
I wore black ‘wet look’ jeggings to compliment the tunic top with kitten heels.
I don’t only wear colour during the spring and summer. I try to mix it up and so should you. I am all about colour.