Dress and belt- Vivi Boutique, Bag- H&M
I spent the morning walking round London with my dad, stopping at various shops, a cafe and then the Royal Academy. We managed to catch the penultimate day of the Summer Exhibition, and it's the first time I've ever been. I love that famous artists have work right next to someone who has never exhibited before, and that you have to search in a catalogue to find out who did what. It also displays the price, and I loved guessing the prices and being completely wrong. There were some for £100 and some for more than £10,000!
We also saw the 'From Paris: A Taste for Impressionism' at the Royal Academy, which was utterly beautiful, and full of stunning paintings, some famous, and some that I'd never seen before. Well worth seeing. I wore this spotty dress that I picked up for a fiver in a little boutique in Brighton the other day, and since it was sunny but windy today I had my very own Marilyn moment! We then stopped off for a quick chat with Churchill and Roosevelt on a bench in Bond Street. It's such a fun piece to come across in the middle of London, and they make for some lovely, unusual photos!
I'm planning on spending the rest of the weekend painting, reading (All Quiet On The Western Front- it's brilliant!) and watching the last of the Olympics!