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The Shoot: South Bank Festival of Love

Hello world,

So what do you wear when the heat is topping the high twenties, it’s sticky and muggy and there’s barely any wind in the city to help cool you down? A peasant dress of course! On those lazy hot sunny days when there’s nothing to do except have a nice cool drink in a park or find an open air pool to go swimming in, you need something relaxed and light that won’t have you sweating your ass off. This dress was a life-saver for those types of days and is also quite stylish if styled with a pair of cool slip-on trainers and a bit of jewellery.

South Bank thankfully is a lot cooler than most parts of the city because it’s right on the river Thames, and it meant I also got to explore some of their installations for their Festival of Love. I love the Agape tunnel, and the structures made of coloured bands was also very cool. Definitely worth checking out!

IMG_2381 IMG_2395 IMG_2406 IMG_2424 IMG_2434 IMG_2437 IMG_2458Dress: ASOS, current season found here and on sale too!
Slip on trainers: Topshop, current season found here
Bag: Chanel Le Boy in large with antique silver fastenings
Bangles: Cartier love bangles and Hermès H enamel bangle in red
Necklace: Forever 21, old

Until then,

Franzi

xoxo

thefashionnomad

Fresh out of college with an MA in Journalism, a passion for clothes, fashion and styling shoots, I was also the fashion editor of a magazine my colleagues and I set up called SCOPE magazine, which was disbanded three years ago. For now I'm just a freelance journalist and blogger.
Other than obsessing about fashion, I love theology and history, writing apocalyptic fiction (it's weird, I know!) and the occasional weeekend of horse-riding if I have the time and I don't injure myself in the process.

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