England - Part 1: Arriving in Bath/Fashion Museum

Ouff it feels like I haven't posted in forever! I was out of town last-last weekend and then was scrambling to get everything ready for my trip over the pond. Here's an update (and lots of pictures, sorry) on my adventures so far:

My travel dreams have come true and I'm finally in England! I'm staying here with Jonathan's family for two weeks in his mum's hometown of Bath. It's breathtakingly beautiful. Every building is gorgeous and I just love how there are flowers everywhere. We arrived last Saturday around 10:30 am UK time. Bath is about 2 hours from London so his family kindly picked us up at the airport. I fell asleep in the car and woke up to seeing the country side of Bath at the top of the hill, looking into the city. As we went downhill into the city, I was so amazed by how adorable and beautiful it was. It was like a fairytale for me! 

So far, I've done a bit of shopping, had a taste of the food, drank many teas, visited the fashion museum and Victoria park as well as done a lot of exploring the city! Another one of the highlights has been seeing the Advanced Style documentary which was coincidentally playing at the Little Theatre. My next post will go deep into that plus include pictures of what I wore.

I've only been to one vintage store so far but plan on visiting the rest when we get back from London. We just arrived today to our hotel in Camden Town. We're literally overlooking Camden Lock and it's amazing. We took a quick gander into the markets and I'm completely blown away. It's better than I could've ever imagined and we haven't even really dug in yet. Everything is just so me here - does that make sense? It's filled with everything I love. The people dress eclectically and inspired, the markets have such cool things, and the street food looks delish. I think I've found my happy place. Stay tuned for more on our mini London trip! 

Beautiful Bath!
Had to.

Jonathan and Me.

Victoria Park.

Yummy chocolate tart.

At the Fashion Museum!

I adored this ceiling!

There's an area where you can try on clothes, obvi I did!

Raf Simons for Dior. Stunning!

My first traditional Pasty. SO GOOD.

Morning tea ritual.

Off to the train for London - today!

1 comment:

  1. Ok, you sold me on London! lol I think those mannequins toward the middle are really rocking their best 80's, amirite? They're just reminding me of the movie Mannequin so hardcore. (Which is one of my faves!)