OOTD: Gallery Girl


Another outfit of the day for you today, and this time it’s from a day of gallery wandering last weekend around Notting Hill. My boyfriend and I spent our Saturday browsing Portobello Market and then just went on a somewhat random walk around the area to see what we came across, and perusing galleries is pretty much what we ended up doing. Being as the weather was unpredictable, and we had no real plan for the day, I paired some easy separates together for a laidback, casual look that would be hopefully stylish, but ultimately comfortable for the whole day. The picture below shows my outfit in its entirety and it was taken in the Debut Contemporary Gallery in Notting Hill which I’ll talk about a little later.

I began putting my outfit together with this simple grey t-shirt dress from Primark which is currently instore and just £10. I love it for an easy summer outfit as it really goes go with anything and everything. I’m going to be featuring it in a upcoming summer basics post so stay tuned for that. I layered my dress over with a pastel pink jacket which was a huge bargain at just £5 from a New Look sale last year.

My necklace, which you may have seen in my recent Bargain of the Week post (click here to read that), is instore now at H&M and is only £9.99. My skull bag is Max C London and was bought from a boutique in Shoreditch, and my boyfriend treated me to it! You can see the bag in more detail and read more about it by clicking here, to be taken to my April Favourites post where I wrote about it last month! Aside from that I’m wearing my trusty grey converse and black Primark leggings.

As I mentioned briefly, the above outfit pictures were taken in the Debut Contemporary Gallery on Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill. We initially found out about the gallery as one of our friends exhibited her paintings there last winter and it’s a really great space for checking out up and coming artists’ work. On Saturday, Suzette Huwae had a pop up shop in the gallery and was live painting the window outside the gallery when we arrived. She got busy customising shoes in front of the crowd outside too, a pair of which I utterly love and will post a picture of below. Aside from Debut Contemporary, we also visited the London West Bank Gallery which again is a great space, and houses mostly urban art. I fell in love with a piece by Eye Saw titled ‘You’re So Vain’ so I’ll include a picture of that below too! Enjoy!

I hope you enjoyed that little peek into my Saturday and of course, the outfit! Let me know what weekend outfits you’ve put together recently by leaving me a comment or tweeting me @MillieDelacoe. Until next time…

Millie x

Disclaimer (because you have to, don’t you!): All photos were taken and are owned by me, aside from Eye Saw’s ‘You’re So Vain’ which links back to source. I am not affiliated with any companies or brands mentioned and the links featured are not affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

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3 comments

  1. Great piece, Camilla. Thanks so much for the mention, we only just noticed this! Would you be interested in coming to the gallery as well, we currently have the Gallery Games on, with brand new pieces by our artists, inspired by the Olympic Games!

  2. Hi Camilla, lots of things changed in the past few months! This Wednesday 5 December we have another opening night from 7-9pm, and on Saturday there is another Saturday Debut event, this time with Dan Johnson who has a background in street art. Would be good to welcome you to the gallery again! 🙂

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