Syon Park, London

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

 London, England

As some of you may already know, I’m very much obsessed with stately homes. I’ve recently visited London, yet once again, and I found myself fixated with trying to see as many of the English stately homes as I possibly could. The estates in which I did end up having the chance to see will show up in my future blog posts, but in this post I would like to introduce you to the garden center of Syon Park.

The grounds and the estate of Syon Park are closed in the winter time and open up in March for Spring and Summer tours, so clearly I was gutted that I didn’t get a chance to roam around the grounds and the house and feel the atmosphere of wealth the former owners used to possess.

P.S. Don’t pretend you aren’t as obsessed with stately homes as I am! ;)

I did, however, roam around the garden center and enjoy the freezing cold air that London had to offer!

I’m so pale in these photos, but I do admire my courageousness for standing outside in the cold (5C or 41F) to snag these shots! I’m a Southern California girl. I freeze to death when it sprinkles.  

At the moment I’m loving matching colors for a complete outfit. The skirt is from Topshop and the semi crop-top cardigan is from River Island (sold out, but a nice alternative here). The skirt and cardigan combination would be perfect for any occasion in which formality and wearing bright colors apply… or, in my case, for blog photos in 5C weather. I would definitely wear this outfit for afternoon tea at a very girly tea house! 

Side note: This skirt made my derriere look fabulous. 

I paired the outfit with my Michael Kors watch, New Look heels (older heels, but better ones for the outfit here), H&M clutch (old).

As always, thanks for stopping. Let me know if you liked my outfit and if you plan on visiting London anytime soon!

Much love,
Heba xxxx
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