Something terrible has happened. My usual camera for shooting outfits is temporarily out of service as the viewfinder has somehow become completely distorted. I can still shoot via the screen, but I tend to feel more comfortable shooting through the viewfinder so it's currently sat on my shelf until I get the dollar together to get it fixed. I'm not exactly the most cautious person in the world, especiall as my camera has been living in a beanie rather than an actual camera case the past five years so I'm surprised that it's taken this long before something on it actually broke! These photos were shot with my Google Pixel 2, which is having to act as a substitute for the meantime.

Anyway, these photos were taken whilst we were strolling along South Bank after a rather delicious brunch at Sea Containers, which we used to nurse our hangovers. I don't tend to visit South Bank that often anymore simply because I'm very rarely over that side of town. However, strolling along the Thames and weaving our way through the Christmas market donned with fairylights and wafting the smell of mulled wine reminded me of my love for the area. Sure, the Thames isn't exactly a sight for sore eyes with it's murky brown waters but there's something about being beside the water that I've always resonated with. I won't be dipping my toes in the water anytime soon, but spending an afternoon listening to the water crashing and boats drift on by sounds rather ideal.

The dress I'm wearing is one that I picked up in a charity shop well over a year ago, but I've only just rediscovered it lurking in my wardrobe. It's a bit of a patchwork piece with embroidered details and clashing patterns, but I absolutely adore it. I took my Kipling BEX bag out with me that afternoon as it's a big enough bag to fit all of my belongings in and has enough space to store an extra jumper inside, just in case the weather gets a little chillier in the evening!

Have you visited London's South Bank before? If so, what's your favourite part?

Dress: Charity Shop
Bag*: Kipling
Boots*: Kurt Geiger


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Something terrible has happened. My usual camera for shooting outfits is temporarily out of service as the viewfinder has somehow become completely distorted. I can still shoot via the screen, but I tend to feel more comfortable shooting through the viewfinder so it's currently sat on my shelf until I get the dollar together to get it fixed. I'm not exactly the most cautious person in the world, especiall as my camera has been living in a beanie rather than an actual camera case the past five years so I'm surprised that it's taken this long before something on it actually broke! These photos were shot with my Google Pixel 2, which is having to act as a substitute for the meantime.

Anyway, these photos were taken whilst we were strolling along South Bank after a rather delicious brunch at Sea Containers, which we used to nurse our hangovers. I don't tend to visit South Bank that often anymore simply because I'm very rarely over that side of town. However, strolling along the Thames and weaving our way through the Christmas market donned with fairylights and wafting the smell of mulled wine reminded me of my love for the area. Sure, the Thames isn't exactly a sight for sore eyes with it's murky brown waters but there's something about being beside the water that I've always resonated with. I won't be dipping my toes in the water anytime soon, but spending an afternoon listening to the water crashing and boats drift on by sounds rather ideal.

The dress I'm wearing is one that I picked up in a charity shop well over a year ago, but I've only just rediscovered it lurking in my wardrobe. It's a bit of a patchwork piece with embroidered details and clashing patterns, but I absolutely adore it. I took my Kipling BEX bag out with me that afternoon as it's a big enough bag to fit all of my belongings in and has enough space to store an extra jumper inside, just in case the weather gets a little chillier in the evening!

Have you visited London's South Bank before? If so, what's your favourite part?

Dress: Charity Shop
Bag*: Kipling
Boots*: Kurt Geiger


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Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Kipling but all words are my own.

13 comments

  1. Looking lovely as ever Leigh, that dress is just so dang pretty! x

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  2. The pixel photos are such great quality! Love the charity shop find too xx

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  3. Loooooveee the print of this dress! So pretty. Also - your pictures are great for being taken on a phone!

    Lee - leethrifts.com

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  4. The dress is beautiful and very unique, I think your pictures are very good :)

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  5. I don't tend to make it over to South Bank much either but their regular food market is so good! x

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  6. I love a good charity shop find - that dress really suits you. Yes, I've been to the South Bank before but not for ages

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  7. Great photos, it looks chilly though. I think the dress is an interesting design, very unique.

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  9. Love your dress, it's so pretty. You look gorgeous!

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  10. Oh that dress is so pretty on you. You look so beautiful!

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  11. First, I really love that dress. The print and the sleeves are so chic. It looks like something I would totally wear. Then, pair it with the purse? Winner.

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  12. Looking gorgeous as ever, Leigh!! South Bank is one of my favourite parts of London. Might need to take a wander down with all the Christmas Lights

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