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Posted on: 13 Apr 2014


This month's Instagram round-up is still very much focused on the West Coast of America (with one or two NYC/Canadian exceptions). I'm daydreaming of greenhouses full of cacti, never-ending sunshine, barren deserts, rugged cliffs, green mountains and fields of flowers. Wanderlust overload.

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Posted on: 12 Apr 2014

Driving through the countryside, on the open road; windows down and hair blowing in your face. This summer is pretty centred on train journeys but I'm beginning to wish that I had factored in a road trip somewhere along the line. I love that feeling of knowing that you can go anywhere you want; knowing that you can pull over at the side of the road if you see something that takes your fancy. Everything you need is piled in the car with you, you could just pitch up your tent and sleep under the stars.


Posted on: 8 Apr 2014

It's been a while since I shared what is currently ticking my boxes; hence the creation of another new monthly series, showcasing my inspirations for the month ahead.

April is the official start of Spring: the trees are blossoming, flowers are peeking out from the long-cold ground and we can final shed our coats and tights. I'm looking forward to potting plants for my patio, seeking out cherry blossom and just generally hanging out in the sunshine. Long loose layers and thin cotton dresses are calling my name. An oversized denim jacket and a new felt fedora are squirming around at the top of my wishlist, eagerly awaiting my next pay-day. Get me to the garden centre.

Photos by: Carissa Gallow, Zara, unknown, Elizabeth Suzann, Jeff Luker, & Other Stories, Melissa Sonico, Filipa Alves, unknown, & Other Stories, Bethany Olson, Molly Steele, unknown, unknown, Zara, & Other Stories

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