Surprisingly I wore this outfit prior to knowing I got accepted to UCL to study politics/international relations - can you feel the secret-services-agent vibe? Needless to say, I felt like James Bond - let's forget that I'm a girl and I'm not British... progressive thinking - while wearing it... for proof, see following photo(s) ;)
I would like to share with you a few photos from the dinner I wore this to - my parents and I were celebrating my beautiful mom's birthday in a restaurant, which I really like. It's called Dots and if you live in Vienna, chances are you've most probably heard of it. They serve what they call "experimental sushi" and I must say some of it is really creative - they have things like schnitzel sushi and some amazing makis with the craziest ingredient combinations. I do, however, have to admit that I probably like the design of the restaurant even more than the food itself and so here are a few photos four you...
Look at the last photo - even the toilets are pretty :)
My long absence has come to an end now! In all honesty, I can't even tell you what I've been doing all this time... no, it's not a secret. No grandma, it wasn't anything illegal! I think I've been hibernating or something, although clearly this is not the time of the year to do that. Internet hibernation, so to say. But I am back now and I am the bearer of good news - good news for me that is, I'm afraid. But you may join me in my ongoing celebrations and share my happiness if you like.
The news is - I received my International Baccalaureate (IB) results 5 days ago and not only did I get wonderful grades, I also got into the university of my dreams! If any of you reading this happen to live in London or even go to United College London (UCL), guess what - you'll be seeing me in September! I am beyond excited! :D
Shirt: Zara; Leggings: H&M; Shoes: Jimmy Choo; Accessories: various
A warm goodbye and loads of kisses to all of my readers out there (wow, I just made that sound really ghetto!) - I am so glad to have you all! If any of you are from London, then please feel more than free to post a comment or send me an e-mail, I am gonna be very new and very lost in London when I finally get there, so I'd really appreciate it if some of you showed me around a bit or gave me some tips on where to go and all :)