It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in London


It is already December 2016.

I sense a shiver down my spine at the thought that I am almost done with the first term of Uni.

To celebrate my survival accordingly, I explored the beaming central with Ali, one of my best friends from back home and my mom. With an umbrella in one hand -always an essential over here- and a Starbucks coffee in the other -bad habits die hard, indeed- I jumped on a train to London Waterloo. Twenty minutes later I was reunited with Ali.

We wandered around the city for hours and hours; started from square one – Westminster Bridge – such tourists.


We made our way to Trafalgar Square, where Ali got literally in touch with a horse.

Great photo-shoots , thank you to my personal and professional photographer, Ali.


Here are my outfit details:

Our next stops were Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street -so crowded, but so worth it- where we spent too much time looking at the fairy-lights.



Regent Street and New Bond Street were so divinely decorated, with scenarios taken out of movies.

My heart was lost somewhere between Tiffany & Co and Cartier.




Our last stop was the wonderful Winter Wonderland.