Today, on the Teen Vogue's site, I've discovered the fall collection of Charlotte Ronson and I have to say it's amazing. I like the concepts, the colors. I love everyting about it. Check it out.
I love the boots (always wanted to own such a pair). Also, the tights are incredibly chic and, oh my, the jacket - I like the collar.I really enjoy the strips on the shirt and also, the sunglasses are a must.
Here there is the emblem that stands on the top of the Buckingham Palace's gates. Can you imagine that in the back of those gates happends to be the Queen, the guardians and the whole story?
Here I am in front of the statue of Queen Victoria. At the bottom of the statue there is written "Victoria- Regina Imperiatrix". It's so stunning and worth visiting!There we are. Here, my aunt was taking the picture of the rest of us on the bridge, while we were admiring the Tamisa River. Right near us, there was the London's Eye and in the back, the Parliment.
And, of course, the famous Big Ben, from where the clocks are set in the entire world.
There are many, many more pictures taken and words to say, but I don't want to make from this post a sea of photos. I'll share gradualy, so that I won't bore you in any way :)
So, on 6 August 2011, right before the attacks started, my mother, my aunt, my uncle and me came to chase the beauty of London. I can't express in words how many butterflies this city gives me. I can only say that everytime I visit it I feel good. I feel complete. I feel more like myself.Right above, me and my beloved mom were opening the gates of faith, love and will. We were standing in front of the Buckingham Palace, where the Queen was home ( we knew that because the flag was stiff).
Here there is me standing in the back of the statue of Nelson and right in front of the National Galleries, which, I have to say, are fabulous. You have to visit them and admire the talent of so many painters.
Right here I am standing in front of a sign that guides you to the Westminster Abbey, which I've visited and it's absolutely amazing. The arhitecture is simply stunning. Also, the sign leads you to the House of Parliment, which, in my opinion, looks like a palace from the fairytales.