|Blue Skies and a grand city|
Dress - Fever London, Bag - Jimmy Choo
The sales in Leeds were pretty good, and I soon bagged myself a beautiful new shirt from Hawes and Curtis. I'm always fond of a well cut, double cuffed blouse, and this shop was awash with them at fantastic reductions. We pottered around Vivienne Westwood, Mulberry and Louis Vuitton just generally having a bit of a fondle of the bags without any intent of buying. Yep, we are those annoying customers!
|I will be back to try this place out|
After a quick freshen up, and a rest of the legs we set off to Jamie's Italian for dinner. Which was fairly average to be honest and didn't live up to my expectations of it. After that though, we headed back towards Trinity Leeds which, by nightfall, becomes a vibrant hotbed of activity filled with restaurants and cocktail bars. On the advice of a waiter we headed to Angelica.
|Wearing my Bjorn clogs and the impromptu Zara dress in Trinity Leeds|
|Trinity church from the rooftop terrace of Angelica|
|The Corn Exchange|
|Such beautiful surroundings|
|The place for a coffee|
By the time we were leaving the crowds behind us in Leeds we were glad to be heading home. Exhausted, but happy. Leeds is a fabulous city and I can't wait to go back.