5 things to do this weekend #10

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1. Wear White Trousers
For years I wouldn’t go near white trousers or jeans and they are definitely not the most flattering but they simply scream spring, can be dress up or down and I can’t get enough of them! Check out my top 5 looks above and how I style my own jeans here

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2. Have coffee in an independent coffee shop
Has anyone else noticed the amount of new Costa’s opening up? I have five within a 10 minute walk- how is that even possible?! As tempting as it is to stick to these chains it’s very important to support the independent coffee shops and they’re usually a much nice environment. Their coffee is usually just as good, prices are often cheaper and the people serving are almost always that little bit nicer. Get a friend to join you or simply take your favourite magazine or book along. If you are London based check out TimeOut’s picks here

3. DIY Pedicure
I’ve been loving wearing sandals over the last couple of weeks and if you haven’t got your feet summer ready yet why not follow my At Home Pedicure guide, it’s super easy and you can even get your friends round for some pampering

4. Go car booting
I’m new to this whole car booting game but it’s been great fun both having a look around other people stalls and also selling. I love having a good clear out, taking it all to the car boot and hopefully making back a little money. Check out the car boot directory to find one near you

5. Read…
I’m currently loving
Ellalogy // This Fashion is Mine // The Native Fox 

What have you got planned for this weekend?

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  1. 10th May 2014 / 9:36 am

    Love visiting independent coffee shops. I'm the type of person that could literally sit in a coffee shop for hours on end and just chill!

    XO, G from grace'd

  2. 12th May 2014 / 12:25 am

    Thanks so much for the mention! I definitely need to follow your DIY pedicure advice πŸ™‚ I hope you had a great weekend!

  3. 15th May 2014 / 4:14 pm

    TOTALLY agree on the independent coffee shops! It is so important for people to visit and stay loyal to them, otherwise the world will be taken over by chains. Love your blog xx

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