Friday, 22 April 2016

Friday, 22 April 2016

Weekend at Cotswolds



With the (almost)summer sun slowly settling into scene it was decided to escape into the countryside! A 2-hour drive and we discovered another side of England with Quaint little towns, tea houses, miles of green pastures-blue skies, bursting farms and taverns, poles apart from the cozy city life and bustling crowds.




Be it beyond beautiful Burford or the ‘mini Venice like’ Burton on Water- I promise you will fall in love with the place!  The promenade by the Montpellier Gardens will bring back memories of French mansions, open cafĂ©’s and lovely freshly baked buttery croissants! With blooms in wildest pink and ochre yellow –the garden at Bibury was almost heaven on earth-One could easily lose track of time in there!

Cotswolds offers you more than just food for soul, With proper pub grub and immaculate patisseries’ everywhere you go, it’s no surprise that it’s hit amongst visiting bunch.


Sporting my recent buy from zara this stripe Knit is growing to be a big favourite of mine!


The courdroy skirt is an oldie from zara, love this jersey skirt from ASOS.





My obsession with loafers is official now!! Got these shiny babies from Zara and I am seriously contemplating these tassel ones



Bag:Tory Burch

We stayed at Tewkesbury,the quaint  little town stands at the confluence of the River Severn and the River Avon. Our little room with a view overlooked a sprawling golf course and it was delightful waking up to the sound of chirping Robbins.

It was truly, a splendid break-with lots of sun, boundless blue skies with the calming peace of picturesque outdoors. Cotswolds would be an obvious Yes, if it were for my recommendation!

Would you love an escape into the countryside or would you rather prefer the buzzing city for a break! We would love to hear about your ‘ adventuristic getaway tales’.

Until Next time!

Take care!




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