Thursday, 4 December 2014

BOSCH & BEN WHISHAW


Primark coat / Black Milk dress / Primark shoes

Yet another Bosch printed item of clothing to add to my collection, I have absolutely no self control when it comes to anything Garden of Earthly Delights adorned. The coat is a recent purchase from good ol' 'Primarni'. I have previously steered clear of any cocoon coats in the fear that they would make me look like an actual cocoon on my body shape but the bright, almost neon colour and the super warm and cozy material sold me. And if you want to branch out and try new things, you might as well do it with Primark price tags! I wore this outfit on a recent trip to the countryside over the weekend. I heard one of my favourite actors, Ben Whishaw, would be filming at Shirburn Castle and since I'd never been to Shirburn before and it was only a forty minute coach ride away, my friend and I decided to make a little trip out of it. Once we got there we realised that there wasn't entirely much to do in the tiny town but the beautiful weather definitely made it worthwhile and it was so nice to get out of the city and encounter nothing but vast fields and grazing animals as far as the eye could see. They'd closed the castle for filming but around lunchtime Ben came out to say hello and was kind enough to sign my little Paddington Bear. I was so impressed by his work in the new Paddington film, now that I've seen it I can't imagine anyone else that could've possibly voiced him, he nailed the role. Anyway, I promise the next post will be something completely unrelated to Paddington, I'm aware how obsessed I've seemingly been with that little bear. Almost to the point where I'm starting to wish I could have my own real life Paddington Bear living with me. Seriously though, wouldn't that just be the coolest?

One last thing I haven't mentioned is that I've just created a Facebook page, would love if you could go over and say hello and perhaps give it a like and we'll have another platform to connect on! x



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