I am trying something a little different for this blog post. I recently treated myself to a new camera and wanted to try it out this weekend. The video is a little shaky, but you learn from your mistakes. I hope you enjoy it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AOhmDpfIqQ
Lizzy Hadfield from Shot from the Street and Emma Hill from EJ Style have always been my style icons when it comes to smart casual attire. I aspire to one day achieve their impeccable taste and style.
Minimalism has become a huge trend these past couple of years. The increased amount of pictures of fashion bloggers wearing monotone clothing with sleek designs and simple textures has flooded my Bloglovin' feed. And I am all for it! I have always admired bloggers who pull off the look effortlessly and to be honest, it … Continue reading Minimalistic Essentials
What to Wear to University! I delve into the lessons I have learnt from my four years of studying (almost).
If you are like me, you like to make to-do lists for each day. There is something so satisfying ticking off your days accomplishments. Whether it is finishing an assignment or making your bed. I usually write my to-do-lists in my notebook, however they usually get messy and then I forget to look at it. … Continue reading Download My FREE Weekly Planner
Matty and I stayed at this beautiful guest house in Franschhoek a few weeks ago and I could not pass up the opportunity to take a photo. Read about my Franschhoek weekend away and see what I wore on the first day on my other posts. This outfit was my "Sunday Funday" outfit, comfortable and … Continue reading A Lazy Day Outfit
The Court Yard Café is situated in the fishing village of Kalk Bay, the place I refer to as home. Kalk Bay is filled with cafés long the main road and up tiny alley ways. The Court Yard Café forms part of an art shop that mainly focuses on African themed art. A tourists dream. … Continue reading Lunch Dates: What I Wore & The Court Yard Cafe
If you are from Cape Town, you probably know about the small town of Franschhoek. Franschhoek is approximately 80kms from Cape Town and is situated in between the mountains and surrounds by dozens of wine farms. There are two main routes to take to Franschhoek, via the N1 through Paarl or the R310 through Stellenbosch. … Continue reading What to do in Franschhoek
This weekend Matthew and I took a trip up to Franschoek to celebrate our three year anniversary. Our day was filled with markets and wine tasting. We were fortunate to have perfect weather for our little getaway.
The Mojo Market opened up in Seapoint a few months ago. On Saturday, Matthew and I decided to see what all the hype was. What I enjoyed about the market was that there was ample amount of seating. I hate attending a market and have to stand for two hours constantly searching for an open … Continue reading Cape Town Markets #3: Mojo Market