On Saturday night, alongside my two lovely friends, I walked 10 miles. We started at 10pm, making our way along the streets of Leeds with 400 other women, some homemade flapjack and a bag of Haribo. We kept a pace of 3.5 mph the whole way and finished in under 3 hours. It was exhilarating.
… Come Sunday, and I could barely put one foot in front of the other. My legs hurt. My feet hurt. My arms hurt. I managed to drag myself into the city to eat at Reds BBQ and watch The Great Gatsby (such hardship), but by the afternoon I was ready to drop. So I went for a walk. Of course!
Comfort was my number one priority for this walk – super soft denims, a slouchy tee and leather flats meant I could hobble along almost-easily and enjoy the cherry blossoms before they disappear for another year.
Basic brights like this neon tee from H&M and the beaded Zara necklace are a simple way to add colour to a boring outfit – I live in my grey Leigh jeans but they do need a bit of a boost to stop them looking drab. Finished off with a Brit-Stitch bag – the Half Pint in African Violet – I felt suitably summery, although a jump for joy was entirely out of the question.
What did you get up to this weekend?