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Hat – H&M. Jumper – Primark. Skirt – Primark. Bag – Vintage. Shoes – Zara.

One of my favourite time periods in history is Sixties London – to me, nothing seems cooler or more culturally exciting than being young and wild in the best city in the world, with the best music and the best clothes; so much so that I definitely believe I was born in the wrong time. The Sixties is my favourite fashion era too, and I do try to inject a little bit of that into my daily outfit choices, hence the decision to pick up this powder-blue PVC miniskirt last month.

Paired with my favourite vintage handbag and a cute black bobble beret, I definitely felt like I was wandering around Swinging Sixties London yesterday. I was skipping along the cobbles in my Alexa-inspired patent Zara loafers (trying to keep warm, as my coat was out of shot in all of these photos!) taking in the sights of one of my most-loved parts of London. South London was where I grew up and still live, and I adore all the areas that still reflect what London used to be, as well as showing them in the moment, like Rotherhithe, perched right on the south banks of the Thames.

After dancing about in the cold for a while, we stopped off at this cute little coffee shop for a warming drink, just in time to capture the sunset and wander off to enjoy the rest of London for the evening. I might be biased, but this is definitely the best city in the world, today and in the past too!

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