Honey and I did a bit of shopping this weekend. I walked away with the Hilja dress from Hugo Boss and Honey got new sneakers for casual Friday. I’ve got date night tonight and I can’t wait to rock this dress.
Have a great weekend!
As such, every year, I buy one pair of everyday-shoes. That shoe has to make a statement. It has to be neutral has to be flats and they have to make me go OOOHHHH! After a few months of searching, I’m happy to say, that these Sophia Webster flats are just perfect!
Virgin Gorda has come to be where we go to recharge our batteries. January now means time to spend a few weeks by the pool, playing backgammon, playing cards, eating awesome food and hanging out.
Here are some photos from Leverick Bay and Bitter End.
This year, we took the ferry from Gun Creek to Bitter End Yacht Club where we lazed around the beach. When we weren’t lazing about Bitter End, we went snorkeling and scuba diving. Needless to say, our vacation was a very relaxing one.
We spent an absolute perfect day in Shoreditch late in December. We stopped off at the Dishoom Cafe for a hearty breakfast before heading off to Brick Lane market.
I loved this marmalade jar so much that I purchased it to use it to hold my pens and pencils. It currently sits prettily at my desk. Each time I look at it, I think of how much fun we had meandering around Shoreditch.
After lots of browsing, walking and popping into various stores to escape the cold, we ended the day having dinner and drinks at Boho Mexica. Good Mexican food is hard to find in London and Boho Mexica did not disappoint especially since we just happened to stumble upon the restaurant. Delicious margaritas (for me) and mojitos (for Honey) was just what we needed after a long day of walking about Shoreditch.
Dishoom 7 Boundary Street, London E2 7JE
Boho Mexica 51-153 Commercial St, London E1 6BJ