I'm home again. London was everything I had hoped for and so much more. The days were spent walking around London's many streets, shopping, people looking (my favourite! The londoners are all so very stylish!), eating pizza, slurping down Starbuck mocca frappocinos, buying fresh sushi packed in singles, taking the river cruise, jumping off and on the tourist bus and taking the underground to all of London's different places.
This holiday will stay somewhat special for me I'm sure. My clothing style has changed drastically over the course of the last year so it was good to finally fill up my wardrobe with clothes that are more me. Over the previous years I have moved through so many styles of clothes, I have even dabbled into the black world of goths (!), but now I think, finally, I have found something that is truly me. My belief is that clothes isn't merely a garment in which we choose to dress ourself (as going outside nude is not an option for most people) but rather a way to define yourself and, without uttering a single word, tell the world: This is me. It's no denying my belief that the reason for my messed (and not in a good way), undecided style has it's roots in the feeling of being lost and the question that has been roaming inside my head since the beginning of time: Who am I? I'm not saying that by finding your own personal style you will answer those questions but, at least for me, I think it is a step in the right direction.
Right now I'm sitting here eating breakfast consisting of Dr. Pepper and japanese Mochi, the perfect way to start the day, agree? I'm still a bit tired and I have to start stuying today again and needing to set up a new routine, (I'm in a desperate need of a good reading routine). I also have a nighttime movie prepared with Jude Law today. If I can't stay in England forever at least for now I have my dear Mr. Law.
I know I have been beyond bad at commenting and such. I promise it will all better really soon, I can't wait to go through my bloglovin list, although last time I looked it was ca. 500 +. See you all soon!