Wednesday, 8 October 2014

London "Revelry" Shenanigans - Laduree

Hello everyone!
I hope you are all looking forward to weekend! I am! :)

Today I would like to share with you my experiences from travelling to London to "Revelry", another
big Lolita event in UK, organised by Tea Party Club.

Me and my friends rented out whole flat in London. We arrived there on Friday because we wanted to have a wonder around the London first. We went to Laduree! The famous French patisserie cafe where famous macarons are served!

I was so excited! 
W wanted to stay inside but we were told we had to wait almost 2 hours for a table so we decided to buy macarons take away and have dinner somewhere else.
I also got a free poster from the waitress!

All desserts and macarons looked so delicious!

Macaron towers!
I have never seen them in real life!
Now I know exactly how they look like and I can make clay ones for myself! 

After Laduree, we went to a restaurant in Covent Garden.
I was so hungry! 
I was travelling whole day carrying heavy suitcase. Because of that I tripped when I was getting out of the train and I sprained my ankle! It was very painful to walk around the London, but macarons and tasty dinner made me feel much better! 

Next time: Revelry main day!
Thank you all for visiting my blog,
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Friday, 3 October 2014

Musem Tour & Afternoon Tea Meet

Hello everyone!
It's been such a long time since I blogged last time! There was so much going on and I got lost in a normal life, forgetting about my little blog... I also keep forgetting to write about my Lolita meets, until I have three or four to blog about, and then I feel that it's no pint because there are new coming soon :P
So today I would like to tell you about one of small meets I organised in my home town, Bristol. There were few places I wanted to visit for some time and I thought this would be a great opportunity to do it and meet my friends at the same time.

First we went to the Georgian Museum. It's a very beautiful house which seems to be very well hidden from public! I've lived in Bristol for over two years now and I actually lived very close to this museum but I've never heard about it before! It's one of the hidden gems in this city and I think it's a must to see for every Lolita stopping by in Bristol.

We  found a small room with fake cakes with cats on them but we were not allowed to enter!

We also climbed over the rope fence and took some quick photos by the vintage piano!
I wish I could play piano for real... 

With my friend on the cute staircase!
It looks like we are chilling in our Lolita mansion :)

After quick visit at the Georgian House, we went to the second museum, the Red Lodge. On the way there we found small antique shop with so many rare items, like this old full armour! I was so tempted to buy it and take it home but I knew my boyfriend wouldn't appreciate me cluttering our flat... :P

You can tell I'm excited... ;)

The second museum we visited was the Red Lodge. It was amazing! It was filled with beautiful rooms decorated with old wooden engravings and decorations. The fireplace was just stunning!

There was this cute maze garden outside, but sadly we were not allowed to enter it because of building works on the outside of it... 

After museum we went for afternoon tea in the Vin hotel. It was delicious! I liked it so much that I booked a separate room for my birthday there! But I will leave this for the future post :)

As the day was coming to the end, we all went to the city centre to walk one of my friends to the bus station. Afterwards we decided to go for a quick shopping and this is how it ended up....

I found this cute kigurumi hamster outfit and I just couldn't resist to out it on my Innocent World coord!
The petticoat gives that extra bum... :P
Check out our short video! 
It was my friends' request for me to go outside still wearing it!

My coord rundown:
JSK: Innocent World
Blouse: Taobao
Tights: Taobao
Shoes: Primark
Gloves: Vintage
Hair accessories: offbrand

I hope everyone enjoyed this post!
Next time I will be writing about my visit to Revelry in London!
Take care!
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