LDN & Honey Pie Headbands

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Jacket: Vero moda
dress: River Island
Jumper& Sunglasses: M&S
Shoes: Ebay

Had a great day with Barry and Corbie, the sun was out in London and we decided to make the most of it as we don't get much. We had a lovely lunch and Corben enjoyed ice cream, when I say Corben enjoyed ice cream I mean his top did. It was lovely to be by the river and it felt like spring was in the air, the city felt awake again. I hope it's sunny tomorrow, I think we could all do with a little vitamin D (I'm beyond pale). As luck would have it I found my leopard print dress that's kind of green, oh well St Patrick's day fail haha

I can't express just how much respect I have for the 50 brave workers at the Nuclear plant in Japan, they are leaving behind their lives to try and save others. It just shows want true super hero's there are in this world, twitter is making me ill with fact that awful girl Rebecca Black is being spoken about more than these brave workers. That song is awful end of.

I have decided that I will donate all my month's commission on my Eyeko, instead of just the week. I think Eyeko have also extended their donation to the end of March, which is great. So if you use code E11345 at checkout, and spend £15 or more you get a free gift too, see donating and getting goodies can't be bad. 

Also check out Kaley Etsy store Honey Pie Headbands she has made special bows for Japan:






★ ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED DIRECTLY TO THE RED CROSS RELIEF EFFORT IN JAPAN! 

These little bows are knitted by me with love! Each bow is securely attached to a hair clip, and will look adorable with your hair up or down. 

How amazingly cute are these, she has a great shop full of gorgeous headbands featuring flowers and  knitted hearts but of course these bows (that come in red or white) are great because they help the relief effort of Japan they are £6:32 or $10 USD ( plus her shipping costs are low). I love them, and if your on twitter give her some support with a RT just to spread the word. 

20 comments

  1. Love your outfit hun! Agree with you about Japan - it was the only news we saw on holiday and it's so scarey. very brave people working to stop further disasters. xx

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  2. those headbands are lovely! plus its for a good cause!

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  3. You look awesome in that skirt! It's so cheery and matches the awesome sunshine! So lovely t hear that you guys made the most of it and had a lovely day out.

    That's so generous of you donating your Eyeko commission!! I also feel for those workers that stayed behind to stabilize the plant (thank goodness it's stabilizing at the mo) and to think, they've basically sacrificed their lives being exposed to all that radiation for the safety of the country. These guys are beyond amazing.

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  4. what a good cause, the headbands are adorable. love your skirt too chick

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  5. Love the shoes. Glad the weather is finally improving in England!
    Its such a good cause donating to Japan.

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  6. Hey thanks for letting me know about those donation efforts!

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  7. i am very excited that these are taken in a red phone booth !
    We need more of these in england

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  8. Lovely pictures, glad you had a nice time! And that is such a good cause too,

    Rosie x

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  9. Amazing shoes! Japan is so heartbreaking :( and I'm jelous of you being in London ha-ha love visiting there xx

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  10. I love your skirt, so original and bright!!

    xx

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  11. Oh, glad you had a nice sunny day too, today it was wonderful, when I woke up my room was so shiny & bright, it just made my day right away. :D Hah. I need some tan too, though. I look like I was from Twilight. O.O
    Love the second picture! I really like your shoes!! & your skirt :) it's no surprise actually, I am a sucker for leopard print. I was just counting how many things do I own that have different leopard prints on and it's just beyond, even my umbrella has it...lol :D
    I don't want too look like someone from Jerseylicious, though.
    Oh, as I already said before on Twitter, totally agree with you on that "Rebecca Black" girl, the whole thing is just WRONG, getting waaay too much attention. :S

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  12. cute bows! i think your shoes and your purse are too awesome!

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  13. I love the green pattern on this skirt/dress :)

    Maria xxx

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  14. Wow those shoes are intense. I love them...

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  15. love this blue leo skirt :)
    xx
    the cookies
    www.samecookiesdifferent.blogspot.com
    share the feeling

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