Well hello, March! I've spent February abroad, based in London but hopping around to a couple other places as well. It's gone by in the blink of an eye, but I'm excited that I still have another month left in Europe! Captions read clockwise, starting in the upper left. Follow along on Instagram, @wtfab.
Off we go, for two months abroad!
Spent a few rainy days in Paris.
Happy girl with my macarons.
Monet's water lilies are just incredible.
L'as du Fallafel for lunch.
I could never get sick of all the beautiful doors around Paris.
Afternoon light at the Louvre.
Took the Eurostar up to London!
Work work work work work work.
Cupcakes from my valentine and London Fashion Week invites!
At Bob Bob Ricards. Every restaurant should have a press for champagne button!
The "loos" at Sketch are my favorite.
Loved checking out the flower market in Shoreditch.
Spent an afternoon at the adorable Peggy Porschen.
Seriously can't get over these bathrooms! The egg shaped things are the toilet stalls.
Views of St. Paul's Cathedral from the Whispering Gallery.
Pretty in pink tea room at Sketch.
Beautiful views from the top dome of St. Paul's.
So much pink! Loving this house in Notting Hill.
More Notting Hill cuteness. Kinda reminds me of San Francisco!
The Roberta Einer presentation during LFW was one of my favorites!
My outfit for the last night of LFW, wearing this black and sparkly (nude) dress and my favorite Lena Erziak bow heels.
Love the model, love the dress, loved the Edeline Lee presentation.
Visited Stonehenge and it had the eeriest vibe! Loved seeing this world wonder.
Also made a stop at Windsor Castle. The Queen was in while I was there.
Whaddup, Big Ben.
Spent a weekend in Bath and couldn't believe how beautiful it is!
Exploring the Roman baths.
General Assembly room where ladies and gents used to party in the 1800's.
Spent an afternoon relaxing at the Thermae Spa.
Breakfast at the adorable B&B I stayed in in Bath.
Getting lost in Google's EMEA headquarters in Dublin.
Channeling Harry Potter in Marsh's Library, with books dating back to the 1500's.