sticks and *stones* may break my bones…

sticks and *stones* may break my bones…

Remember that time I said my new belt would be making an appearance more than once? I kept my word! 

During my last week in London, I did some vintage shopping with the QUEEN of vintage. Christiana if you are reading this, I love you forever. 

We stumbled upon this incredible vintage store that only left me teary eyed knowing I had found it JUST DAYS before I was leaving to come home. I mean, why did that happen!?

For being a vintage store placed in the middle of Central London the prices were amazing and the options were endless. I left with this cropped Rolling Stones t-shirt, that was a whopping £14. It is safe to say I grabbed it and ran. 

Naturally I wanted to center an entire look around this find. So, I paired it with high waisted black jeans and my Gucci belt for some added detail. Not to mention, these backgrounds couldn’t be more perfect. (Nicole, you are a gem). 

I would also like to mention that these photos were taken after consuming an entire bottle of prosecco with said Nicole. 


Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Processed with VSCO with 4 preset

Thanks for stopping by:)

More to come-  meet you here again soon,


pretty in pink

pretty in pink

Welp. Ending up back at the good ole Peggy Porschen Bakery… and it was even better the second time. 

This time I matched the lovely background which I wasn’t too upset about.

What i’m wearing♥

Sweatshirt- Zara (hunted this down for wayyyy longer than I would like to admit)

Jeans- Topshop

Shoes- Vans

Sunglasses- Ray Ban


















Once again, 10/10 experience HIGHLY recommend to all longing for a nice pastry. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t going to go again. 

Meet you here again soon!!!

Sami ♥

Notting Hill

Notting Hill

A day spent surrounded by pastel colored houses is always a good day♥


Naturally the day started off with an unexpected brunch/linner at Farm Girl Cafe. If you are making your way to London I highly recommend stopping by this trendy little cafe for some acai goodness and berry pancakes with amber maple syrup (not to mention they are gluten free). 


Probably taking a photo of the glorious food in front of me. Actually I was, 100%

Notting Hill couldn’t be cuter. I would imagine when it warms up a bit the Portobello Market is crowded and their is more to do, but if you want to see some cute colorful homes that are worth more than your entire family including extended then I recommend. 


Saw an available curb, figured I should take a photo per usual. I have discovered it’s my go to, but if it works then it works, ya know?











Went back to Portobello Market on a warm and sunny day and it was AMAZING. 10/10 Recommend.


Meet you here again soon,