Rings: &Other Stories, Jane Kønig and ASOS / Bracelet: CINCO / Watch: Larsson & Jennings / iPhone Case: c/o Iconemesis
Coat: Zara / Jumper: &Other Stories / Knitted trousers: Zara / Bag: Gloria Ortiz / Sneakers: Reebok Classics / Hat: Ted Baker / Jewellery: CINCO
The second day in Glasgow started early with a proper brunch at the lovely The Hyndland Fox one of the cutest places I've been in Glasgow. After brunch we headed to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, situated in the beautiful Kelvingrove Park, where we spent a few hours getting to know the collection. The park is also surrounded with streets filled with some of the most beautiful houses I've seen in Glasgow where most of these pictures were taken. If you're around Glasgow I would definitely recommend stopping at The Hyndland Fox for brunch a follow up with a walk through the Kelvingrove Park.
My most recente label crush is This Is Uniform, an emerging British fashion label. Escape to the country with This Is Uniform AW15. With a campaign video set in a British caravan park, the collection nods to the old and traditional but of course, with a fresh new take on things. It gives quirky approach to layers of silk organza with see trough exposed undergarments. One of the most brilliant collections I've seen lately which explores urban etiquette from victorian era in juxtaposition with a modern stereotype.
Coat: Zara / Jumper: H&M / Trousers: Zara/ Bag: Gloria Ortiz / Sneakers: Nike Rosh Flyknit iD / Jewellery: CINCO
One the first I wanted to go in Glasgow was the Botanical Gardens, is not a secret that I love glasshouses and the one in Glasgow Botanical is an absolute must see. In this post you can see some of the pictures we took on hour first visit to the park.
Coat: Zara / Jumper: H&M / Flared trousers: H&M / Bag: Purificación García / Sneakers: Adidas Stan Smith / Jewellery: CINCO
On our first day in Glasgow we arrived to a very wet and grey city as I always picture Scotland would be. It was my first time in the country and I had planned everything in advance to make sure I had time to check everything I wanted during the four days we stayed in Glasgow. After dropping our bags at the hotel we decided to walk around the city and explore what we had around. I've been drawn to visit Glasgow since I became fascinated with Charles Rennie Mackintosh work, and as an industrial city Glasgow's buildings are mix of victorian buildings, modernist architecture and industrial warehouses. As we walked around we soon figured how short distances are in the city and how you could walk pretty much everywhere. These pictures were taken around the University buildings and bellow you can see me in front of the replica of Mackintosh's house near Glasgow University.