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#TRAVEL | Another trip to one of my fave UK cities

The travel section is finally making a long awaited return! YAY. It can only mean one thing...i have been on my travels again. My 3rd stay in Brighton, can you tell i love it? Just a short stay in the wonderful city because sometimes christmas and new years can be too much. I love going away in the UK cos i think its a good way to culture yourself about your own country. The only thing that is a no no about the UK is the weather, especially in the new year its totally unpredictable. With 3 out of 4 days being rainy (BOOO) we tried to make the most of our trip with lots of visits to the arcade (hello Brighton pier), pubs and bars, restaurants and exploring as much of the town as we could. But i mean, isnt that just perfect? We had one long walk along the beach only, just because it was only sunny once!
I wouldnt expect too much from my outfits you are about to see because my whole get up was "when will the wind stop and the cold go away i cant feel my hands" type of thing haha. With a lot of "quick run under that shelter" or "just go in that pub quick, its pouring" you can tell we had a successful pub crawl of a get away! I'm just super thankful i packed my trusty scarf and coat!






Coat - Missguided
Joggers - Adidas
Trainers - New look (similar)
Jeans - Missguided


have you visited Brighton?
tell me how your visit was!!

xoxo

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