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Hope you guys are having a good week. It is Friday!
When I was doing my research on Vienna for my trip last December, breakfast was an important component. My aim was to search for special places to load up on early morning. Basically to start the day with the highest gear. And I found the perfect place.
Kunst Historisches Museum Wien.
It perfectly complemented our museum run day. The interior is simply stunning. I was there with Mr T at 10am when the cafe starts operating. We were basically the first people there and it was great to take some nice photos without being in other people’s way. 😉
The cupola hall where the cafe was located was magnificent and packed with comfortable sofas. You have a choice of ordering their breakfast set or create your own combinations. I say definitely go for the set. I feel it was the best start to our day viewing the collections and exhibitions in the museum. Be sure to be there early as the crowds do get in around 11ish.
Hope this post inspires you check out the museum and this amazing cafe.
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Hello everyone! Hope you guys are having a good week so far. 🙂
It was my first time visiting Munich in December and scrolling through my photos I thought of sharing a place where you could get the most amazing view of the city. I remember feeling very content and extremely thrilled because of this place.
It requires 306 steps climb up.
Standing at nearly 300 feet tall with an impressive view of the city is Alter Peter, in other words St. Peter’s church. Climbing this won’t be an easy feat with narrow gaps at certain spots and big holes between the steps where you can casually see three stories down (if you easily feel dizzy, I suggest not to look down). However, when there is a will there is a way.
But hey we need to work hard for the best things in life. So girlbosses and manbosses out there, work it to earn it.
My advise is please do not stand at a spot for ages because there will be unhappy people around you mumbling under their breath. The viewing platform can be quite tight for people to move about, so be more aware of your surrounding. Other than that, soak in the view and enjoy every moment of it!
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Hello my lovelies!
It is Monday evening and I’m sitting here reminiscing my time in the beautiful Vienna city. Vienna is beautiful during the day but it is breathtakingly beautiful at night. The Christmas lights, Christmas markets, smells of food and the general laidback vibe just invites you to indulge in the festive spirit even when there is an overwhelming crowd. Some might argue that horse cart rides are totally touristy but doing it in Vienna, snuggling under a cosy blanket in the winter night, going around the culture rich city is something different.
Winter night + Vienna = Romantic
And I have just the right photos to set the mood and reset any mood on this Monday evening.
Signing off with my two horses (Sultan and Forgo) inviting you to head to Vienna for your next trip.
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2017 has come and gone. Now 2018 is rolling as fast as it could. Last two weeks of December I had my first winter vacation with proper chill and snow and all that jazz. It brought me (well Mr T did) to Vienna and the breathtaking Kitzbühel. Although I was wrapped up like an onion, I certainly had the most amazing time.
The snowy landscape was beyond me and thinking of 2018 brought me back to it.
Here is my thought on how to tackle the new year.
‘Life has so much to offer when seen with a growth mindset. The new year is just like a beautiful white snowy canvas. It is up to you to colour it with your dreams. And most importantly, work for it.’
Have a great new year everyone! I will be back with more post on my travels. Till then, be you, be awesome.
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White handbag: La Martina (old collection), similar here
La Martina is going to have a Black Weekend starting 23.11.17. Do check them out for exclusive discounts. I love their collections particularly The Guards. This post is not a promotion for the brand. It is written on my own accord with my honest opinion.
Hi my loves, hope you guys are having a good week so far. In this short post I will be featuring one of my handbag. I only have 3 handbag in my collection so far. Of course it is my dream to have more (which woman doesn’t) but I am very contented with what I have at the moment. This is the bag I would reach for on the days I am feeling more dressy. In my opinion, a white bag completes any outfits. And I have been using it season in season out without any problem. The size is small but it could fit my essentials very well such as handphone, key holder, card holder, a few make up and a shade. I still remember getting my La Martina at Forte dei Marmi, Italy. It was my first designer handbag and every time I use this handbag it reminds me of the beautiful memories I had on my travels there and also a reminder that I bought it with my hard earn money. I am very proud of this bag and I just know I will keep it in my collection for the longest time. Do you guys have a bag that has a special memory attached to it? Share it in the comments below, it would be lovely to hear your bag memories.
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button sleeved shirt: exhibitstore.co (sold out); similar here|military detailed sweater: Burberry; similar here|jeans: Zara (old); similar here | over the knee boots: Asos (old); similar here (on sale)|
Location: London. Photo credit: Mr T.
Hello everyone! I know it has been quite awhile since my last post. Being a full-time teacher takes most of my time away. Trying to establish a new routine so the things that I like to do will not take a back seat! Weekends are pretty much the days I dress up because weekdays I have uniform (yes I do, that’s perfectly fine because I love my job. Besides, less headache because I don’t have to think what to wear on a daily basis). This outfit is something I put together on a whim. I wanted to check if the cream long-sleeved shirt I had in my closet will go well with my military detailed sweater. And I was quite pleased on how the whole outfit turn out in the end. The weather in London definitely does not allow me to wear any of my clothes on their own anymore. I am in love with these layers and I am sure I will wear them on repeat. The button detailed shirt from Exhibit.co adds so much character to the sweater. I finished the look with my over the knee flat boots. I can’t appreciate them enough during the colder months. They are truly a life saver in keeping my pins extra warm. I will write on how I make my over the knee boots work for me on my petite frame on my next blog. Till then hope you guys enjoyed this outfit of the Saturday of mine!
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white shirt: Burberry | grey zipped detailed sweater: Vero Moda; similar here |
tailored pants: Precis Petite | leather jacket: Zara (old); similar here | pointy heeled sandal: Zara (old); similar here | bag: Charles & Keith ; similar here
Location: Belgravia, London. Photo credit: Mr T.
As the cold weather coming at me full force, I am forced to up my gear and find new ways to dress myself. With a curated but limited amount of clothing that I have I sort of need to experiment with new looks. For me that is what makes dressing up fun. It was my first time trying to layer a sweater on top of a white shirt and to be honest I am loving this look. The neutral colour palette gives this ensemble a clean, crisp, layered yet not bulky feel. The black leather jacket (especially when zipped up) did a good job defining the my waist. I tied the look together with a pointy block heeled sandal and a black handbag – all ready to take a stroll around Belgravia, London. So what do you guys think of this look? And do share your tips on how to dress chic yet warm enough for chilly weather on the comment section below! Have a great week ahead guys. 🙂
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