Yesterday we explored the beautiful area of Harrow on the Hill. I'm not too fond of Harrow itself but Harrow on the Hill, which, true to its name, is situated on top of a hill, is truly gorgeous and picturesque. It is one of those places that really takes you back in time with all of its old buildings and narrow streets. We visited St. Mary's, a stunning church that was consecrated in 1094. Apparently, Lord Byron was a frequent visitor and he often sat dreaming on the churchyard by his favorite tombstone. Sounds like my kind of activity! We enjoyed tea, toast and cake at The Doll's House, which is a super cute little cafe and well worth a visit if you happen to be in the area.
I wore one of my favorite pieces of everyday clothing, a blue pinafore skirt, as well as a gingham blouse, both items custom made for me by TheBlackPinafore.
Pinafore Skirt - Custom made by TheBlackPinafore
Blouse - Custom made by TheBlackPinafore
Sweater - Dorothy Perkins
Coat - 1940s vintage, label: Stockmann (from Fiona Timantti)
Handbag - Vintage (thrifted)
Shoes - River Island
Stockings - What Katie Did
Bow earrings - Gina Tricot
Hair flowers - Gift from a friend