Ping Pong and Pizza at Bounce London


It had been on my to-do list for absolutely ages, but I finally visited Bounce, a ping pong restaurant in the heart of London. Hand-eye coordination is not my strong suit (I’m the arty type, okaay), however with a bit of practice and a couple of glasses of bubbly I was ping-ponging like a pro!

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Personal Style
New Old Classics
Anoushka Probyn Fashion Personal Style Photographed By The Banker - Flares and Stripes
Trench from debenhams, flares from levi’s via asos, stripe top from dorothy perkins, hat from accessorize, heels from new look

I was more than a little reluctant to discard my customary skinnies and invest in a pair of flares. Skinny jeans are easy – they go with everything, they’re flattering, they’re comfortable.

Flares on the other hand are dramatic, messing around with your proportions and instantly giving your outfit a 70’s vibe that can be hard to style.

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Personal Style
Plaza de Espana
Anoushka Probyn - Personal Style - Plaza de Espana
necklace from forever 21, skirt from all saints, sandals from missguided

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but these pictures are so full of colour and print that I figure they’re worth at least twice that, so I’ll keep my babbling to a minimum.

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Personal Style
Lazy Days in Spanish Sun

Anoushka Probyn Personal Style Teal Chicwish dress

dress from chicwish, shoes from missguided, hat from topshop, bag diy

I’ve been back in London about a week now, and already I’m frantically trawling through Travel Supermarket and for cheap deals to exotic locales. I’ve definitely been bit by the travel bug, big time.

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Jewels and Shine
New Jewels
Nikki Stark Jewellery

Ring from Nikki Stark Jewellery

I go through phases with jewellery. For years I couldn’t leave the house without it, wearing just one piece made me feel under-dressed. I would layer necklaces to create huge statement pieces, and adorn my fingers and wrists with as many jewels as they could carry. To this day, I still consider a necklace a neutral.

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