I was itching to travel but was on a tight student budget, so I decided to travel within the UK. It was exciting to visit a new place and it was an interesting experience traveling alone. Brighton is 1 hour and 30 minutes outside of London by train, and only cost me 12 GBP, which was a steal. I got around by walking, and only took the bus too and from the rail station (as Bristol doesn’t take Oyster cards and I had to use my contactless on the bus which was more costly). Here are some of the place I visited and the things I saw on my little adventure.
View of the sea from Brighton Palace Pier
The Royal Pavilion
The Brighton Museum
Today we walked down to Shepherd Bush market during class and took some experimental shots for a project we’ve been working on. So I used this time to create a little outfit of the day post for you all. I actually felt so good in this outfit and loved wearing it (until my feet started hurting later in the day).
my everyday makeup routine!
Here are some of my spring break outfits x
One of my favorite places to explore and find unique pieces in London is Spitalfields…
One of my favorite places to explore and find unique pieces in London is Spitalfields. If you don’t know Spitalfields, it’s a market in Liverpool Street that has different vendors selling smoothies, accessories, clothes and souvenirs to name a few. Definitely a place i recommend to check out on your next trip to London if you’ve never been.
My friend Niall, photographed by me.
Theme: 7 deadly sins: gluttony
These photos are apart of a styling assignment I had for school. The concept behind this work is the seven deadly sins. We had to choose one sin and create a story through styling and photography, and I chose gluttony. This represents the life of an alcoholic, helped brought to life by my friend Niall (model).
For one of my media classes, we had to create a magazine cover emphasizing one of the “7 Deadly Sins”. Here is my portrayal of Lust for Acid Magazine (a fake magazine I made).
The Grand Cafe in Green Park is definitely one of my favorite places for tea and scones..
The Grand Cafe in Green Park is definitely one of my favorite places for tea and scones (an macarons) in London! It’s one of the most affordable yet extravagant places so of course I had to take my friend here the day after she came to visit. If you ever come to London, it’s definitely a must!
These photos were taken on the best day, surrounded by the best people.