Wedding season is just around the corner, venues have been booked, the receptions have been arranged, a lacy white wedding dress selected, peachy bridal bouquets prearranged, a picture-perfect wedding all ready to take place. With the wedding bells ringing in celebration of a couples’ big day, I personally believe in sending positive vibes to them in the form of a unique, personalized, finely crafted gift!
The wedding invites can leave some of us in a never-ending era of indecisiveness. The invites just go like we’re getting hitched, place is this, RSVP by this date and when it is labelled as a specific kind of wedding, semi-formal, casual, beach, elegant, vintage so on and then you realise you have gotten yourself into several days of constant debates on what to wear and what not to wear.
I have always wanted to go to Amsterdam. Lately, I have seen almost every travel and fashion blogger visiting Amsterdam and taking pictures in front of the infamous canals in the city. Also, the city has beautiful quirky, minimal and boutique hotels and as you know I am a huge fan of boutique hotels if you read my Hotel V Fizeaustraat review here.
What is personal style? Personal style to me is an expression of my current mood. Some days I can be dressed in fitted dresses which means I feel feminine that day. The next day you can find me wearing distressed jeans with leather jacket – that day I want to explore my edginess.
Amsterdam has always been on my bucket list. Finally, this year we got the chance to spend Easter break in Amsterdam.
On the 3rd April V by Very launched their first petite collection. Being petite this was great news for me that I have one more store to shop petite clothes.
As we enter spring summer, few things that come to my mind being in England are Wimbledon, races and weddings. Few days ago I was invited to preview Lock & Co. Hatter’s new women’s couture collection. I have always walked passed Lock & Co. Hatter’s St. James shop but always thought it was just for men’s hats. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the women’s collection upstairs.
Approximately a month ago I had the pleasure of attending a talk with Dr. Russo at 4 seasons hotel. Dr Luca Russo MD, MSC is a London-based cosmetic and dermatologic surgeon and lecturer on skin rejuvenation, cosmetic dermatology, cutaneous laser surgery and minimally invasive facial rejuvenation techniques. He is a renowned internationally for his revolutionary work in reversing sun damage and premature skin aging. He has pioneered the combined use of Thermage, Fraxel, Zeltiq, PRP and stem cells in Europe and, for over twenty years, has been the secret weapon behind some of the world’s most famous faces.
Introducing Arthur Shirtley the luxury tailoring brand. New to the British market, Arthur Shirtley was created by founders Artie and Eddie as a response to the needs of mature women and men who are looking for luxury clothing with functionality and simplicity but are mindful of the impact their fashion choices are making to the world.
We are 2 months in the new year and ready to welcome the Swedish trend called ‘Lagom’. 2016 was all about Hygge trend but it has been predicted that 2017 will be all about Lagom.