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A Girl, A Style

These are the adventures of an Australian-English girl living in Cambridge and London. A political advisor by day, a fashion dreamer by night.
Join me as I explore our magical world, play in Chanel boutiques, indulge in life's wonderful small pleasures, and have a lot of afternoon tea dates.
(All photos taken by me)

Join me at my blog for more dreaming:
http://agirlastyle.com

Posts tagged Gourmand delights:

*sigh* the sugary motherload at Laduree (Burlington Arcade, London)

*sigh* the sugary motherload at Laduree (Burlington Arcade, London)

Old fashion sweets on Columbia Road, London

Old fashion sweets on Columbia Road, London

The gilded cave of Laduree on Piccadilly, London

The gilded cave of Laduree on Piccadilly, London

Cupcakes at Fifi Lapin’s London party

Cupcakes at Fifi Lapin’s London party

Afternoon tea at Sketch London always helps on a bad day

Afternoon tea at Sketch London always helps on a bad day

Wanderlust-inducing food in the form of these adorable Parisian biscuits from @BiscuiteersLtd

Wanderlust-inducing food in the form of these adorable Parisian biscuits from @BiscuiteersLtd

Hurray for afternoons so unseasonably warm it means I can eat apricot ice cream from Berthillion in November!

Hurray for afternoons so unseasonably warm it means I can eat apricot ice cream from Berthillion in November!

I dare you to look at this sight and not smile!

I dare you to look at this sight and not smile!

Iconic Paris: Cafe au lait and people-watching at Cafe de Flore

Iconic Paris: Cafe au lait and people-watching at Cafe de Flore

The holy grail of sugary treats: a jewel-like box of macarons from Laduree on the Rue Royale, Paris

The holy grail of sugary treats: a jewel-like box of macarons from Laduree on the Rue Royale, Paris

And the window to actual candyland: Laduree on the Rue Royale, Paris

And the window to actual candyland: Laduree on the Rue Royale, Paris

It would just be rude to leave New York without red velvet cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street

It would just be rude to leave New York without red velvet cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street

The food of (New York City) gods: challah french toast with an ocean of maple syrup at Rye, Williamsburg

The food of (New York City) gods: challah french toast with an ocean of maple syrup at Rye, Williamsburg

Well this is basically just food porn. A sea of fantastical macarons at Pierre Herme yesterday. 

Well this is basically just food porn. A sea of fantastical macarons at Pierre Herme yesterday. 

For the most incredible, wonderfully unusual macarons you will ever have, make sure you visit the Pierre Herme salon on Lowndes Street, London (this was the sublime green olive oil and vanilla). 

For the most incredible, wonderfully unusual macarons you will ever have, make sure you visit the Pierre Herme salon on Lowndes Street, London (this was the sublime green olive oil and vanilla). 

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