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Anoushka Probyn Fashion Blog - Fischer's Restaurant Marylebone London

It’s been a while since I’ve featured a London hotspot so I thought I’d bring it back with a bang, in the form of not one but two restaurants I’ve been loving recently. In typical student fashion I’ve been finding any excuse to eat out and save myself from another night of frozen pasta. I figure ‘research for the blog’ is a valid reason, right? This post would not be particularly interesting if I was reviewing my home-cooked pot noodles!

This month’s features are Kettner’s, a townhouse in Soho, and Fischer’s, a Viennese restaurant in Marylebone. I’ve lumped these two restaurants together not just because they serve delicious food (though they do, obviously), but because they’re the perfect settings for an amateur sleuth, Agatha Christie style…

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What I learnt from my first year of blogging
Anoushka Probyn - What I Learnt From My First Year Of Blogging

My eponymous little corner of the internet hit the one year mark in June 2015. Not really a very long time for a relatively established fashion blog, but in terms of the amount of pictures of my face that are now floating around the web, an eternity (I dread to think of all my initial badly-edited personal style posts coming back to haunt me when I’m old and grey).

I’ve come a lot farther than I could have hoped one year ago, and learnt so much along the way, not just about blogging but about retail, brand management, social media and event networking (the champagne may be free, but that doesn’t mean that that fifth glass is a good idea!).

As new fashion blogger hopefuls are starting up every day in the hopes of becoming the next Blonde-Salad-Pepper-Ture (if you don’t know those references I recommend doing your homework before you start!), I thought I’d share a few of the things I’ve picked up along the way.

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Summer Nights in Ljubljana
Anoushka Probyn Fashion Blog - ASOS Paisley
playsuit and sandals from asos, arrow bracelet from urban outfitters, friendship bracelet from primark (old), sunglasses from fox and feather

My last holiday post, although I seem to have posted them topsy-turvy so this is actually my outfit from the first night.

This asos playsuit had been sitting around in my saved items gathering dust until they did a flash 20% off and I took the plunge and pressed buy. And I’m glad I did! It’s the perfect mix of trendy (hello, 70’s paisley, lace up detailing, #soblogger), summery (there’s a lot of leg happening, don’t stretch, you’ll probably flash), and raunchy (the low low V-neck, for a glimpse of that oh-so sexy between-boob valley). And if I wasn’t earning enough trendy-points with the playsuit, have you seen the sandals? Tassles galore!

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Zagreb Mornings
Anoushka Probyn Fashion Blog - Zara Patch Jeans and Radley Mini-Bag
jeans from zara, top from topshop, bag from radley, bracelet from urban outfitters, sunglasses from fox and feather, heels from french connection

Say hello to my first boyfriends.

It was going to take one helluva pair of jeans to convince me to give up figure-flattering skinnies and the occasional flare, but these babies did the trick. If you follow me on Instagram you’re probably already sick of me swooning over them in every other post, sorry about that. But look at them! Patches! The perfect rips! Too good.

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Mellow Yellow
Anoushka Probyn Fashion Blog - Yellow in Slovenia
dress from closet, jacket from ebay, sandals from clarks, bag from ralph lauren

Little known fact about me: I like football.

I’m not just a fair-weather fan when the World Cup’s on either. Papa Probyn and I follow England and West Brom home and away as often as we can, and the boyfriend is constantly dragging me to watch his various teams in Edinburgh and Seville under the guise of a ‘holiday’.

This past weekend my father and I visited beautiful Ljubljana to watch England beat Slovenia in a Euro 2016 qualifier. Although we only had one full day in the city I’m already plotting some excuse to go back. The weather was lovely, the architecture beautiful, and the atmosphere electric. Not to mention the food – meat and dumplings, yum! I could happily live on meat and dumplings every day.

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