Colorful Sunday in Notting Hill

The Sunday I was in London, my friend and I went for brunch at Electric Diner in Nothing Hill. The neighborhood is well-known for the rows of cute colorful buildings (you can get a glimpse of it on my pictures). There is also Portebello street with small vintage or atypical stores. For example, I walked into this tiny boutique with only Native American objects. I love these charming aspects of Nothing Hill and thought it was the ideal location to shoot my outfit.

Although I was in London, there was no reason to skip my usual comfy Sunday attire. My chunky knit served as a dress under which I wore a tee and shorts for practical purposes. That was it. Then, I put accessories to work – booties, sunnies, bandana around my neck and a bucket bag to store my girl’s mess. These tiny details make all the difference!

© Pictures by Sabrina D.

Wearing:
H&M oversize knit dress (similar here)
GAP bucket bag
Aldo boots
Ray-Ban shades


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  • Shloka Narang

    I love that! Sunday comfort should not be abandoned – if you can look as stylish as this while you're this fashionable, why not! Love your attention to detail as well

    x
    Shloka
    thesilksneaker.com

  • That knit dress is so cool!

  • Margot Guilbert

    Hey Romina! So funny we posted our pictures from Notting Hill the same day! You can have a look at my post here: http://thepastelproject.com/pastel-houses-in-notting-hill-london/
    Love this district!
    We should meet someday! I am in Geneva!
    xo Margot from http://thepastelproject.com/

  • J’adore ta tenue, tu es sublime et j’adore cette rue de Nothing Hill! Incontournable lors d un séjour à Londres, que de bons souvenirs…
    Bisous, Virginie