The other day, when the sun decided to show it's face, me and Lucie headed to Winchester for our last ever trip. We have less than two weeks left of living in our uni house here in Southampton before we move back home for good. It is terribly sad that our 3 years of being uni students has come to a fast end, so we're trying to make the most of it whilst we can.
Winchester is one of my favourite places as it's so vastly different to the city of Southampton. It's full of narrow streets, cobbled roads and historic buildings.
We came across this pretty cherry blossom tree!
The sun actually stayed out and it made it to 16 degree's! I can't wait to finally go bare legged and bring out the Summer dresses.
We took a stroll by our favourite river.
Jumper - River Island
Skirt & Belt - ASOS Curve
Shoes - New Look
Bag - ASOS
Tights - Marks & Spencers
We sat and enjoyed the sun by the Cathedral.
We then treated ourselves to a Thortons ice-cream. I got cookies and cream, yum yum!
I also bought some New Look black brogues for £12 in the sale as my Topshop ones have holes in and I keep getting wet feet - not the best look.
In other, breaking news - I went on a night out last week for the first time in about 9 months?! I'm probably not the best example of a student, am I? I'm more of a stay in and watch movies kinda girl.
Dress worn as top - Style369 (evans)
Skirt - ASOS Curve
It was a fun night with the housemates!
I also want to say a quick thank you, again, for all the support I've had on here and Twitter for my uni collection, it really means a lot. And thank you to everyone who helped find the last remaining models I needed so that I am able to show at my graduate show on Wednesday. I'm really looking forward to seeing my clothes walk the catwalk!
I also want to quickly clear up that the 'jumpsuit' outfit isn't a jumpsuit but actually high-waisted trousers and a bralet. But I'm glad you all love it anyway! I've had a few enquires about reproducing my garments/custom orders and it is something I'm interested in doing but I need to consider my time/money/space/facilities once I leave uni to see if it's possible.