Shopping in London & spring fashion haul

If you have seen my recent spring fashion edit, you will know that I am so excited to start wearing some new spring-summer appropriate pieces, with floaty fabrics and blush tones - whilst the weather in Cambridgeshire has been to-ing and fro-ing between exceptionally sunny and silver grey, I am prepping for those brighter and bluer days!

So on Monday I did a PrettyLittleThing haul, purchasing one of the pieces from my edit, and another very summery purchase! I bought the floaty-sleeved high neck dress in 'Rose', that is dappled with a chinaware print.

I also bought a pair of leopard print bikini bottoms, as I wanted a beach item with a natural colour scheme (beige, black and white) that could easily be paired with a block colour bikini top for seaside mix-and-matching.

I packed my bags on Tuesday evening and so, on Wednesday, I had an early start at Cambridge Station, wherein I grabbed a train and got on board for a jam-packed day in London! If you have happened to browse my most recent London travel guide and itinerary then you will have a good idea of how I spent my day!

I started with a cup of Earl Grey and a cinnamon swirl in Bank, overlooking the Shard, and then I did some shopping in Fenchurch. I bought a pair of nude pink ballet flats from M&S Collection - their bright red interior lining really is the cherry on the cake.

I also bought a Juicy Couture sports bra in a light Barbie pink colour. It's soft, thin, and breathable, so perfect for a light workout, and I simply couldn't resist its charming logo band (very similar to my Victoria's Secret sports attire, which you may have seen in a blog post I made a very long time ago!). It's going to go perfectly with the trainers I recently purchased, and which you can check out in my most recent Durham vlog!

I absolutely adore my colour scheme, and I hope you do too! You can find my weekly vlog wherein I did this beautiful haul over on my YouTube channel and, of course, connect with me on my other social platforms!

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