Fab photo and have fun!
the haymarket area has some goodvintage shops.
have loads of fun, darling! let me know who it goes...;]x
hi! have been reading your lovely blog for a wee while now but i think this might be my first comment... I had to comment because i'm from edinburgh (though I live in sheffield at the mo).Anyway... i strongly recommend going to Godiva boutique (just off the grassmarket). They sell some lovely vintage and also stuff from Edinburgh College of Art fashion graduates. Analogue (bottom of Victoria Street) is also great - it's an amazing design bookshop with loads of cool magazines/fanzines.There are lots of lovely shops round the grassmarket/victoria street area in general.I'm probably biased but I do think Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful cities in the world :) - have fun! x
love the photo! have fun! i actually have been there once, its a really amazingly old and haunting city. have fun!
have fun + enjoy yourself dahhling! ... would it be to much to ask for you to bring a camera while you do? :Dtip: heels vs cobblestones (eek!)xx
Loove the pic, have a great time with your friends!
have a great tip! and an addition to deexdeexdreamer's tip: steep hills + cobblestones vs heels.
get along to totty rocks on victoria street and the red door gallery also on victoria street which has some amazing jewellery and general lovely stuff! armstrongs is a vintage shop in the grassmarket, harvey nichols is always worth a wistful wander (and has a great food bit you can actually afford stuff from!)also just walk about and take in the beauty of the buildings!
The polaroid looks so crazy! Enjoy your vacation!
I loved your comment, I have my notebooks covered with starts everywhere! :D
yeah, i absolutely love it downtown. really we only stayed there because it was the only place cheap enough and somewhat chic. the pod did very well at both plus i stayed just around the corner from it last time at the affinia 50, so coming back it was nice to be familiar with things. next time though im dying to stay at the rivington which is actually right across from teany...those floor to ceiling windows? ahh!maybe we can meet up next year then :]
Cool photo!!! Love the effect!
I love polaroids, How sad is it that their time is nearly up?I'm stocking up!-Sp.s. Erin Wasson in Alexander Wang. Ohhh. So hot.
I have the most magical memories of ediburgh :)
love the photo in your blog title. have a great time with your friends!
Lovely photo. Have the bestest of time :)
have fun and enjoy!!! xoxo
have a great time, you all look very stylish in the polaroid!
have fun! post lots of pics :)
Edinburgh is amazing! Have fun!
have a brillant time!
LUCKYever since I read the Alexander McCall smith books I have wanted to go there.
I'm from Edinburgh, you'll have an ace time, it's a fab city! I'd recommend The Rusty Zip, a vintage shop opposite McEwan Hall and Bristo Square (my uni!) it tends to be less picked over than Armstrongs which many others have recommended. Armstrongs is still worth a look!
aww lucky you !!i hope you have an amazing time xx
i love that polaroid.. great image!!the blurryness is awesome!!and you have a lovely blog here..would you like to exchange links??xoxo
love UK..i missed my hom,e there in plymouth..the drake circus is to die for!!have u been in plymouth???
have fun darling!
lucky girl! i want to travel right now and leave the huge pile of work i haveive been sitting at the computer for hours just working! and its thirty something degrees outside :(have fun though and youll be missed :)
I love that polaroid. i hope you are having a wonderful time.
come back quickly!!!!
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