After spending two hours on this mini hat, I felt that my outfit should be more casual to let the hat do the talking. Don't go thinking that I'm a huge royalist, nope I drink my tea out of my I heart tea mug not one with HRH and Phil's face on it. At the same time it's not every day that we celebrate a diamond Jubilee, and if it brings people together than I'm all for that. It's great to see everyone with flags out, and everyone seems to be a little nicer by that I mean you get a half smile, instead of that I'll punch you look.
London is buzzing and there's energy in the air, it's rubbish that the weather is slacking off and is grey. Tomorrow all the boats will fill the Thames river, so it's going to be jammed packed I was thinking of going but it's just the crowds. I don't do crowds, unless it's like at a gig than it's different. Plus the Jubilee is distracting us from the Olympics, which has already destroyed half of London Greenwich park is less park more building site. Yeah thanks Olympics, and don't get me started on how everyone will get to work and home! Nightmare.
Shoes: Westwood for Melissa (gift from Baz)
Jeans: Clothing at Tesco
Cake: Mr Kipling
Anyway thought I would break out the Lady dragon shoes, I love them so much but I'm scared of the bow coming off or scarping the plastic they are my lady like shoes. I've got some more Jubilee outfits planned well why not, saying this I'm sure come tomorrow evening we will all be sick of anything Jubilee related! Have you noticed that places seem to be cashing in like mental, out of everything just by sticking the union jack on it. I think it's funny as most products are not either produced here, it's sad really but I think I'd be speak less if I found even one item in my house that says 'Made in England' haha. Oh well.
Are you doing anything for the Jubilee? Or are you already over it?