Monday, 25 February 2013

London: The 1954 Casino Royale weekend

This weekend was filled with the usual hang outs with friends, cinema, and of course a party! My friend Samantha had a house warming party on Saturday in Notting Hill, where the theme was 1954 Casino Royale. I was having a bit of trouble at first thinking of what to wear, but figured it out in the end with a Twenty8Twelve emerald green dress, the amazing Nars matte lip pencil in Damned, some vintage heels and a vintage pearl hair clip.

Wild at heart flower shop on Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill

One of the Lindt Big Egg Hunt eggs in Covent Garden, bid to buy one on their website in support of Action For Children

Casino Royale themed party



I paid only £10 for these vintage sandals at Judy's Affordable Vintage Fair

A little sunday brownie at Boulangerie Bon Matin in Crouch Hill. After this we went to the cinema to see Django Unchained - epic movie! I'm a big fan of Tarantino's work, but can never watch the gory scenes!!

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