Browsing through this month's copy of a UK fashion and lifestyle glossy, an item in one of the shopping articles caught my eye. Read on after the jump to find out why.
Glamour is a fashion magazine aimed at young working women and usually has a whole host of features dedicated to shopping. This month’s edition is no exception and at the end of the magazine, there is a spread, over a number of pages dedicated to retro-style shopping for a weekend away somewhere nice in the UK this summer. On one of the pages is a piece about Harrogate in North Yorkshire and on that page is a list of things you could buy for such an adventure. There in the bottom corner is the Diana F+ Dreamer edition available at Urban Outfitters which is a gorgeous mint green color. Incidentally on the previous page’s shopping list there is also a really cute camera bag from Urban Outfitters, which is made out of crochet.
On a totally separate note, at the back of the magazine there is also a photo of a girl holding a beautiful Leica. I am not sure if this is an analogue or a digital camera but doesn’t it look beautiful?
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