Taking photos of the Tower bridge is a favourite London tourist activity!
And I couldn’t miss taking shots.
I finally got back after my short trip to London Fashion Weekend
and I want to share my favorite pictures.
The Thames waterfront with the beautiful Tower Bridge view.
A few days ago I took advantage of being in London and I had my first photo shooting at London’s City Hall. How long has it been from my last article? Too much if you ask me.
I feel like I haven’t posted for ages, but it was hard to handle everything from London
London Fashion Weekend was the best excuse for me to visit London and have fun in my beloved city again. It was the third time for me this year. But now the excitement and thrilling were much more because I participated for the first time at London Fashion Weekend. The joy of attending the shows and being one of the first people to see the collections can’t be substituted with anything.
Surely, I will come back every year for LFwend.
Anyway, I can never get enough of London. I enjoy this holiday so much doing a lot of things for my blog in the same time! London is such a vibrant and vivid city. Every single time I’m staying here, I am feeling also exhausted, but so recharged and empowered by such lively, active and busy rhythm of life.
Because I love London so much I finally fulfilled my dream of doing a photo shooting here. So, today I am happy to share with you the first images I created with my great team Vlad Popa and Bogdan Lupu. We shoot some super special images near the London Tower Bridge, being one of my favorite places in London. I can never get enough photographs of Tower Bridge, especially at night. Hope you guys will be surprised!
After some super hot days for this time of the year, it was a quite warm day in London and people kept asking me whether I was hot or not wearing a sweater with sandals. Actually, this sweater was so perfect! I believe during autumn is worth investing in such a comfy and warm sweater. I often dress like that when I’m travelling, as it is the most comfortable option possible. A cute large two-tone sweater, leather skinny pants from Top Shop and a beautiful River Island tote. I styled the sweater with my new exclusive MIU MIU white sunglasses bought from Somerset House the day before.
It’s very interesting to see how a lot of you reacted under my #LFwend looks on Instagram. I have to say, it’s totally fine. Fashion is about keeping your eyes and mind open. It can grow on you. My style evolved and I definitely want to go out of my comfort zone from now on. What’s considered to be traditionally flattering is to explore silhouettes that are more graphic and sleek.
I really invite you all to have fun with fashion, because that’s what’s the most important about it. The clothes you’re wearing shape the way you introduce yourself to the world. It’s a conversation starter and a way to get to be the person you’re aiming to be.
All I want to do is enjoy fashion at 100%!!!
Hope you guys will like this first look. It was all about minimalism and metallic accents.
London’s Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic bridges in the world. Its Victorian Gothic style stems from a law that forced the designers to create a structure that would be in harmony with the nearby Tower of London.
Taking photographs of the Tower Bridge is a favourite London tourist activity and mine too! You can also go inside the bridge, where you’ll have a magnificent view over London from the walkway between the two bridge towers. Inside the bridge is the Tower Bridge Exhibition, a display area where you can observe the Victorian engine room. Visitors can learn about the history of the bridge via photos, films, and other media.
I’m always astonished by the London City Hall building looking so modern and at major contrast with the Tower Bridge. That’s the beauty of London, and that’s what gives London a difference and it’s own charm.
Foto: Vali I. Popa
Location: Tower Bridge