Thursday, 20 December 2012

Christmas in York

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You may already know this about me. I am a creature of habit. And even more so when it comes to traditions, especially at Christmas. For the last few years just before Christmas, my friend and I book ourselves onto the hour long train journey to cathedral city York. We do a little shopping, some walking and treat ourselves to delicious food, all the while taking in the seasonal atmosphere. A cold winter day, I wrapped up warm in some faux fur, cosy cashmere (I finally managed to get my hands on a piece from the Maison Martin Margiela x H&M range) and my new bag from Vivienne Westwood via Spartoo shoes that I showed you in my last post. Definitely one of my favourite trips so far this Christmas. (You can check out the post from last year here).

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Wearing: Top Shop Teal Faux Fur Hat - Monsoon Blue-Black Faux Fur Coat - Maison Martin Margiela x H&M Cashmere Oversize Turtle-Neck - Tabio 11d Tights - Isabel Marant Cuba Boots - Vivienne Westwood Leather Bucket Bag

10 comments:

  1. I love York, and Betty's too. It sounds like a great tradition to me.

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  2. eee i went to york on monday and did a blog post too :) I HAVE to go every christmas it's such a festive place!

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  3. Beautiful pictures. I went to uni in York and I'm heading there this Saturday. X

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  4. Lovely pictures! Love posts like this, they give me the feeling of seeing more of our beautiful world!

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  5. Such a lovely tradition, I really want to visit York (pretty sure I said this last year too!)

    Maria xxx

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  6. you really make it look like a wonderful place to visit, especially at christmas. my friend has recently moved there

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  7. It looks like you had a really lovely day, one of my favourite things about christmas is the traditions that come with it.

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  8. I go to university in York and I love it, it's such a pretty city :) The shop which sells the giant meringues is one of my favourites for tea and lunch :) xx

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