Tag Archive for outfit of the day

Case In Point

Case In Point

As some of you may know, I usually take all of my outfit pictures myself. So every weekend I grab my camera, tripod and remote shutter and go on the hunt for a relatively quiet yet presentable backdrop in the heart of Lambeth. Being looked and even laughed at is a hazard of the job. It has happened a lot… Read more →

A Game Of Clothes

A Game Of Clothes

I looooove shopping without a specific purpose. Online and offline. Browsing the new-in sections of my favourite stores, walking from one rail to the another, discovering new designs I haven’t seen before, and buying the pieces that inspire me the most – I’m not gonna lie, those casual shopping moments make me really happy and even give me a weird… Read more →

Blanchette

Blanchette

Who else is majorly annoyed by the no-bookings policy of some of London’s hippest culinary temples? Not cool restaurant managers…not cool. I’m not British, queuing is not part of my chemistry. In fact, I hate queuing with a passion, and outright refuse to queue for food. Now it all wouldn’t be such a big problem if my friends shared my… Read more →

Preppy Chic

Preppy Chic

Hi lovelies! Something a bit more preppy and nautical today. I can’t even remember when I took these pictures; I’ve done so many shoots in summer  – making the most of the sun. So I now have a good selection of outfits on my external hard drive that I haven’t had the chance to show you yet, but I can’t… Read more →

Sunday Blues

Sunday Blues

Happy Sunday everyone! I got the blues…the sartorial blues. The colour blue has never really been a permanent fixture in my wardrobe. Maybe a navy or midnight blue, but royal blue?? Never ever…I found it way to bright and “out there”…until I found the perfect pair of royal blue pants in the Zara sale (similar here) that not only made… Read more →

Jasmin In Wonderland

Jasmin In Wonderland

You won’t believe what happened to me the other day. Christina and I were sitting in the garden, just reading a book, when suddenly a white talking rabbit with a tiny pocket watch scampered across the lawn and jumped right into a rabbit hole. Considering the rarity of such an unusual encounter, Christina and I followed suit, and after the… Read more →

Jingle Bells

Jingle Bells

“Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way…” Nope, I’m not done yet with the festive theme. Doesn’t this dress just scream Christmas to you? It is either the perfect sartorial answer to a well lit and beautifully decorated Christmas tree (note to myself: buy a pair of forest green tights and fairy lights to wrap around my body in… Read more →

Comfort Fashion 2.0

Comfort Fashion 2.0

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: For me, fashion is all about comfort. Comfort and fashion, fashion and comfort…one doesn’t exist without the other. During my university days, I would regularly force myself into the tiniest dresses – as you do – to go dancing in some of London’s so called finest nightclubs. Dancing turned into gently… Read more →

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Amsterdam Day 3 Outfit

My Amsterdam series is slowly but steadily coming to an end. While I thoroughly enjoyed taking you on a retrospective trip to Amsterdam – and I hope you enjoyed it too – there are only two blog posts left (including this one) until I have to say ‘Goodbye Amsterdam’ and finish this little walk down memory lane with a closer… Read more →

Palm Trees And Green Spaces

Palm Trees And Green Spaces

When I think of London, I think skyscrapers, traffic, endless commutes, restaurants, nightlife…the list is endless. However, what I always seem to forget about London are its countless green spaces. In comparison to other cities of a similar size, London is the greenest of them all…worldwide! Green spaces in London cover nearly 40%, i.e. about 173km2 of greater London. Almost… Read more →

From Dusk Till Dawn

From Dusk Till Dawn

If you are a regular reader you may have noticed that I’m a woman of many words. 300 words are hardly ever enough for me to get my message sufficiently across. Yet, even chatterboxes like me have a limit, and I may have just found mine. I am dedicated to spending at least two hours per day on blogging related… Read more →

Branching Out

Branching Out

There was a time, only a few months ago actually, when all I’d wear was Zara. Every Thursday after work, I’d religiously go to the Zara branch closest to the office and shop till I drop. And that worked for a while, until I got bored. Even though Zara receives new stock twice a week, I just felt like I… Read more →