walking up the aisle, church wedding, lace tulle dress
{Walking down the aisle together, starting our new lives together in the traditional Cypriot way}

Doing: Oh goodness, the last two weeks really just sped by! Our honeymoon was absolutely everything we wanted it to be- full of sunshine, beautiful places and a lot of delicious food! I can’t wait to show you more about where we went to and what we got up to (as well as what I wore, obviously!) It has been so special spending that time together and I have been feeling extra soppy these last few weeks! It doesn’t help that our Wedding has been featured on Rock My Wedding today – reading the post and looking at the pictures again this morning gave us a whole ton of extra warm fuzzies! It truly was our perfect day. Pop over and have a look if you want to see and read more about our Wedding Day!

Loving: Manchester. We had an incredible time away but it is lovely that Manchester is starting to really feel like ‘home’. Walking out the door early this morning and wandering around the quiet Northern Quarter streets in the sunshine to go have coffee and breakfast, I fell in love with our city all over again. There’s no place like home!

Wearing: A-line button up minis. I bought a denim one for the honeymoon that I wore FAR too often, and I also found an aubergine cord one that is just perfect for Autumn Winter. I rarely wear skirts but these? Yes. Not too girly, not too short, and the most flattering shape. It is love.

Daydreaming: Of my autumn wardrobe. After finally getting some sunshine and heat, I am feeling ready for the change of seasons. Bring on the knitwear! (Although, I should probably be looking into waterproofs knowing Manchester!)

Links of the week:
As you might know, I do love a second hand bargain! I love these tips on how to find the best things in charity shops and thrift shops
I am totally obsessed with Alexandra’s style and I love every look she puts up on The Frugality. So simple, so chic. I have deep hair and wardrobe envy!
Ethical style definitely has a bad rep- most people associate it with a lot of hessian and hemp, frumpy shapes and dull colours. I reckon ethical can be cool and I love this post on how to look like a boss whilst avoiding sweatshops!
I loved this post from Lizzie, about spending time alone. Sometimes nothing feels better than a few hours alone, doing something just for yourself. Do you go on Me Dates?

Two weeks away from the internet has left me totally behind the times- what have you been up to? Send me your news!