Rainy Day In London

Location: Westminster Bridge, London

Outfit | Shirt: Gap (on sale!) | Jeans: Mavi Jeans | Belt: H&M | Walking shoes: Nike |
Trench: Michael Kors (Major sale alert!) | Scarf: Vintage (Similar here, here and here all under $50!)
Lipstick: Bite Amuse Bouche in Radish | Blush: Bobbi Brown in Nectar

Well I got the obligatory blogger shot while in London - Staring off into the distance on the bridge with Big Ben in the background :D It was actually a funny shooting day since it rained (and rained and rained) which was actually unexpected as the weather channel had predicted sun all day! But that's life in London. My mom says "You don't travel to the UK for their weather but if it's going to rain, you're in the best city for it". As usual, mom was right; London is beautiful in the rain. After seeing Big Ben and hearing the bells chime, we carried on to the London Eye (blog post here). My advice for anyone travelling to London-- invest in a good rain coat. I bought this trench with a hood and I'm so thankful. It didn't protect my hair from the humidity (oh the frizz!) but it did keep me dry the entire day.

We walked so much in London that by the last day, I had blisters on both feet and couldn't walk while wearing shoes. If you follow me on Snapchat (Celebr8thislife) you saw how I travelled through the airport - in a pair of slippers I got from the Sofitel Hotel! It wasn't the classiest way to travel but at least I could walk. The Nike walking shoes I bought would be good for those who walk 2-5 km's a day but we did closer to 40 kms each day. I regretted not bringing my Saucony running shoes with me which would have been better suited to long walking distances. Learn from my mistake!