Up the Hill

After many months on my ‘to try out’ list, I finally went to Greenberry at Primrose Hill. It’s only a short walk across Regent’s Park and it’s slowly becoming one of my favourite high streets in London. I can’t wait to explore the area even more in the future. Next time I’m in Greenberry I’ll be sure to book a table because we ended up sitting outside, which thankfully wasn’t too windy.


I had the vegetarian option with crispy halloumi and poached eggs on sourdough bread


My friend had the classic one, with sausage and cripsy bacon

Our breakfast was so delicious and the coffee was really good as well. Inside, the cafe had a nice, cosy and warm atmosphere and the sweet breakfasts/desserts seemed delicious as well. I’m definitely looking forward to going back with my girlfriends for a nice brunch. And I highly recommend you do the same!

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Further down the road there are many places selling gorgeous flowers and there’s even a Space NK! I definitely need to go back to Primrose Hill soon. The walk up the actual hill in Regent’s Park is really worth it as well, as you can get one of the best views of London, which you can combine with a morning walk/exercise!


On to the outfit, which shows how to transform my gorgeous new sweater from 180 Degrees. In case you didn’t know, I am guest blogging on their site to help you style your transformable clothes; some of them can be worn in four different ways – pretty cool right? For the rest the posts I’ve done for them, have a look here. Their spring/summer collection is awesome, full of colours and fun, unique prints, so make sure to check back in a few weeks!


180 Degrees sweater (here) | H&M faux leather skirt (similar) | Asos knee-high socks (similar) |

Klaidra Navajo necklace (here) | Zara boots (similar) | Asos backpack (similar)

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By sliding your head through one of the sleeves (don’t worry, it IS big enough for your head!) you get a cool, night-time appropriate jumper!


Disclaimer: This outfit was written in collaboration with 180 Degrees and first appeared on their blog.

logo xo Fani


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