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From London to Kyoto

Two and a half years ago, Paul Smith’s exhibition opened in Design Museum in London. Somehow I missed it just at my doorstep(doesn’t it always happen? Thinking you can always go whenever you want, and you just never do). So this time when I realised it was on during my stay in Kyoto, I couldn’t …

Eastbound

In the beginning of June, the whole family took a trip to Kyoto, Japan, for one month. I was the one particularly excited, because the last trip to Kyoto(which you need to read about here, here, here and here) completely blew my mind and had me rethinking about my life and values. Yes, that’s ho …

3 Items to Invest in when You’re on a Budget

As much as we want to shop all the items on our wishlist, it usually doesn’t happen because we have good money senses and we give ourselves certain budgets(well, at least for most of the time). So let’s say it’s a happy payday, or time to drop a hint for an important one on one of those celebrat …

Sandals of the Moment

Mule sandals are one of the best accessories of the season. And you’ve probably already seen this twisted front knot satin pair from Nº21 somewhere in a magazine/website/shopwindow a few times, and wondered if it’s wearable in real streets & life at all. I’m here to tell you, the road test w …

What Seasons Can Do to Your Stye

There’s something about the warm breezes of this time of the year between spring and summer. Pretty, romantic summer dresses can be worn now, with a little extra warmth/style provided by all sorts of nice jackets over them.

Getting Comfy at the Wiggly Tin & Arundel Castle and Garden

By the third day on the camping site, the flu finally caught up with me. And I was so thankful of the blanket that I’d brought, the country fresh air, and the sweet, cool supply of country water. And then of course, the fact that I was out there on the site, which kept me more up and active than …

Best Camping Recipe to Try (One of Them At Least)

     By the last evening of our glamping experience, I felt absolutely adapted. Watching over fire, checking up on food supply and freshness, hottubing in the woods, and topping up the water level…I felt I could absolutely live as a full-time glamper! And also by this time, fashion kind …

Switching Off – Glamping in Hampshire

Woken up by the chirping birds from the warmth of my duvet and the trusty little wood burning fire stove, a breathe of cold & crisp morning air never felt so good.

Getting Lost

Living a hectic urban life can get a little too much from time to time. And the worst part is, as we adapt to the lifestyle, we don’t even notice it anymore. But the good thing about living in London, is that we have all the privilege of the amazing English countrysides that surround this metrop …

Packed for All Purposes

Apart from a relaxing city stroll, usually in a short trip there may be some sort of activities/dinner dates involved. And a well functioned luggage should have ourselves ready for all these potential events.

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