This city, one of the most vibrant cultural hotspots in Europe, has been home to artists, composers and musicians globally. It also played an important role and influence on classical music. Part of my Europe trip itinerary last month was to visit Vienna in Austria, after about a week in Poland. We drove for about 4.5 hours from Kraków, Poland, and it was quite an easy drive on the autobahn (or highway). We spent 4D3N in Vienna before moving off to Prague, Czech Republic.
Europe has been a continent that captured my hearts since I was little. There’s just something about the European architecture that makes me fall in love. I’m no architecture buff but the charm of the classical/gothic/renaissance buildings unique to European cities ignites my romantic self.
Just last month, I went on a business trip to Berlin for ITB Berlin 2019, and fortunately, had the chance to extend my stay in Europe. My boyfriend and I decided to explore the central/eastern part of Europe, specifically in Poland, Austria and Czech Republic. Because we had such an interesting time, I had to blog about the places we went and some recommendations! First stop – off to Poland!
It’s always a dilemma when it comes to the question of, “What do I wear today?” This is especially so when you’re travelling, isn’t it? I often find myself not being able to pack light. I always want to bring the entire season’s fashion trend with me so that I can have choices. The fact is that you only have got 23-30kg to fly with even after your crazy shopping so no over-packing!
My recent Seoul trip taught me never to try bringing my entire wardrobe again because ultimately, I was re-wearing some of my comfy sweater pieces over my thermal wear. I ended up with a couple of clothes unworn so, here are some tips and OOTDs (Outfit Of The Day) from my Seoul searching trip earlier this month, just to give you an idea of what to dress for the winter season. I’ll be ending the post with a Style Challenge video too!
Being invited to a wedding can be pretty exciting because it’s an excuse to shop for new clothes! However, for some, it can be quite a hassle, especially if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a wedding-appropriate outfit.
For me, I shop online most of the time because I prefer browsing on the web than physically heading down for retail therapy when it comes to clothes. There are so many online fashion sites out there, which to choose? Well, you can start your shopping spree with a range of Korea, Japan and Taiwan-styled outfits with sizes ranging from XS to 4L at Pepperkoko!
C/o Pepperkoko, I got the chance to pick out two outfits to wear for a wedding invitation, be it for a lunch or a dinner reception!
It’s my first style review in my blogging life and I am so excited! Paradeoflove is a space for all the things I love and I’m so happy how it evolved from just being a space for me to rant about life, to a beauty blog and now venturing into fashion as well.
Fashion to me is not about being all artificial, over-the-top glamorous and unrealistic. It is not only dressing up to look good, but also about embracing your body with the clothes you wear. Fashion should be comfortable and not trying, hence I’m going to be having regular style features about the day-to-day realistic outfits (most of them casual, though) I wear.
This is going to be a short feature of two cute and versatile bags from mizzue, a local brand that manufactures PU leather bags. The bags I’ve picked are the Rosalie Feeny bucket bag in pink, and the Taryn Beckert 2-in-1 tote set in burgundy.
Pink is a colour that’s not in my wardrobe but somehow, this cute baby pink bucket bag was calling out to me while I was browsing through the site.