Thursday, 28 February 2013

iHEART LLB

LLB which stands for the Little Lace Dress is back and on trend.








Saturday, 23 February 2013

SAMAKI SAMAKI

In Tanzania I'm currently addicted to a restaurant called Samaki Samaki. Which can be directly translated a Fish Fish. This place has loads of seafood (Calamari, Prawn, Crab etc), and I love my seafood ;). 
There are three brunches in Dar-Es-Salaam, there is one in Mbezi area, Mlimani city and Samora. The Samora brunch is the newly opened one and because people are still getting used to its vibe its normally not packed to the brim like the other ones...... HAPPY!
Here are pictures of my dinner date there with Mum and Dad.
The Restaurant 




The story of Samaki Samaki ( sorry guys its in Swahili)

Dinner is served


Me, me, me


Mummy and Daddy





Happy Weekend Friends

Friday, 22 February 2013

THE SKIRT WITH A FLARE

Its back to Tanzania now and the count down has began, as I wind up the last lovely days before I go back to uni' in South Africa, sob! sob! Its always sad leaving home but this summer holiday has been long (3 month and a bit) and I must say it has been a blast!






Happy Friday Friends
XXXX

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

STYLE CRUSH


Miss Kerry Washington from Scandal, has a style that is SCANDALOUS.......
And she the style crush for this week.
In her problem solving role; wardrobe malfunctions are diffidently not on her list.
What do y'all think? 

Monday, 18 February 2013

DIY MONDAY 19

Materials:
Chain – Use what you have, or what you can find. I used 6mm x 11mm twisted cable chain similar to this. About 12in – 18in.
Cording – Check your local fabric store, or consider shoelaces! I used about 30″ of 1/8″.
Endcaps – Optional, but I like the finished look. Requires 2 per bracelet. Mine are similar to this.

1. Cut your cord to about 30 in. Be sure to tape each end to prevent unraveling. Cut 2 (or 3) lengths of chain about 6″. Since the bracelet simply ties on, it’s easily adjusted to different wrist sizes.
2. Line up your pieces of chain and begin by threading it through the links of the chain as pictured.
3. Continue threading until you’ve reached the end of the bracelet. Then, cut the extra cord to about 4 – 5 in in each end. Finish by gluing on the endcaps. You can use jewelry epoxy, or even Super Glue.
4. Tie on and wear. But first, make some more- they look great together. On the pink and orange bracelet I used three layers of chain.
SOURCE:http://www.dismountcreative.com/

MONDAY

Monday is sad guys, l.o.l.....