wearing: faux leather jacket-c/o Lovely Wholesale, loafers-c/o Vessos, handbag-c/o Vessos, scarf-Love Moschino, jeans-Forever 21, top-Dorothy Perkins
Moving in Scotland was a decision I took a couple of years ago and so far I have not experienced any regrets. Living in Edinburgh was fun; the city is incredibly scenic and people are very kind, so when I was asked to move in Aberdeen I knew that I would miss all this. By no means I am not going to compare these two cities, but after my stay in Aberdeen I have come to realise that each city is unique and has its own beauty and things to offer.
It’s been a long time since my days in London, so I recently came up with the idea of replacing the London page on the top of this blog with an Aberdeen one. There are so many beautiful locations in this city, that myself didn’t even have the time to explore yet! My plan is to share all my favourite places, restaurants and shops, so that you can see Aberdeen through my lens and what a better place to start than Old Aberdeen, the place I work and live.
Old Aberdeen is the area where the University is located, so as you understand it is quite busy during the weekdays. Lined with pretty granite houses that have alluring gardens, patios and terraces it is a lovely place to visit during the weekends and an oasis in the city. I am lucky enough to walk through the cobbled streets every morning to go to my office and to have lunch breaks in the beautiful Botanical Gardens weather permitting. Living and working in such a picturesque area makes my days joyful and life is easy as breathing (well most of the time!).
Hope you like this post and please let me know if you would like to see more of Aberdeen coming up on the blog.
*All pictures taken by the lovely Angelika