Every weekend I seem to be either; shopping and drinking or shopping and drinking. Desperately wanting a change I decided to hit up Hebden Bridge with the mother and sister for a relaxed kinda day. Having been there before I knew there was one spot which cooked the best food at amazing prices, so off we popped.
Travelling over the Moors and hoping Claire(the sister)didn’t veer off the cliff edge, we chatted and excitedly awaited our arrival into Hebden, as it’d been some time since we’d all got together. And if gettin’ together for food wasn’t a good enough reason, then I don’t know what the hell is! As we arrived over the hills, and plodded along the pavements, I nuzzled my cold chin in my faux fur scarf, and took in the picturesque surroundings. Roll on ten mins later and boom we’d finally arrived at ‘The Old Gate’.
After what can only be described as MOUNDS of food we set off for a nosy around the village. With independent shops, coffee houses and more, Hebden was a secret little treat. As I’d said my Saturdays don’t usually roll like this one did, but all I can feel is the excitement for the next. As food, good company, beautiful scenery and no hangover come Sunday morning, well, I’m on to an absolute winner. Thank God for Hebden!
Doorway shot…full outfit styling:
* Coat- Grey, woollen and oversized, The Gap (past season) £75.00
* Dress- Tie dye, grey & navy blue, midi length in T-shirt style, Topshop, £32.00
*Trainers- White Chuck Taylors( worn excessively), Office, £45.00
* Faux fur trim- Red trim scarf, Dorothy Perkins, £22.00 (gifted from the beaut FashionChick)
*Bag- Leather laser cut shopper, Asos (Christmas present)
Up close and personal shot- All the layers( around five as it was SO cold)
* Necklaces- H&M
Bridge shot, Myself & Claire
–Emma, Same as above
*Green Khaki padded jacket, The Gap, £85.00
*Khaki slim leg trouser with zipped edge, H&M, £24.99
*Caramel boot, Office, £48.99
*Grey patched work bag, Topshop, £32.99
-Hebden Bridge centre
x Em x