Photography Workshop Experience

If I was not a nurse, I would have been a photographer, Ha! The latter was more of a wishful thinking. Although nursing is my calling, photography has always been one of my passion. I love capturing memories and the captivating beauty of nature through my photos. Unfortunately, I’m just on what we called “point […]

Transitional Outfit Ideas

Hello my lovely MSS readers and stopper-bys, and hello September too! I hope you’ve had a FUNtastic summer, and I must say, what a great summer weather we’ve had. I have been here in the UK for seven years now… and if I remembered it right, I think that’s one of the warmest and driest summer […]

Traditional British Afternoon Tea

There is no more quintessential British ritual than the ceremony and serving of Afternoon tea. This traditional English custom is believed to have begun back in mid-1840s by Anna Russell, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. During this time, it was usual for people to take only two main meals a day, breakfast, and dinner at around […]

A 1940′s Weekend Experience

I bought this vintage long sleeve top and skirt during the Harrogate Vintage Festival last year, without having second thoughts about when or where on earth will I ever wear them? I’ve just fallen in love with its cosy and elegant style, plus apparently this colour suited me well (according to the sales lady). And guess what? […]

Summer Garden Party Outfit

  Hello my lovely netizens! I hope you’re doing well and thanks for stopping by my humble corner. When I think of summer garden party outfits, I’m thinking light, fun, comfortable and with a touch of glam of course! This pink flared skirt from Primark was the base of my outfit, I paired it a […]

Summertime Animal Print of Choice

Hello my lovely readers! Thank you for stopping by and I hope you’re doing well too. Here’s an outfit I’ve put together for when the weather outside is nice and sunny, basically a shorts kind of day but the occasional chilly winds sweeps by every now and again. Although we get this kind of weather […]

Tour de France 2014: Grandest of Grand Départ

Ey up my lovely readers!  I still can’t get over my Tour de France Grand Départ experience last weekend, and I must say, it was very grand indeed! The crowd and the atmosphere were amazing, even the weather has brightened up… and I have never been so proud living in Yorkshire myself, who have delivered […]

Music Festival Outfit Ideas

   Hello my dear readers! I hope you’re doing good and once again thanks for stopping by. It’s July so let the Music Festivals begin! Although one of the world’s biggest music festival (GLASTONBURY) has just finished yesterday, there’s still loads to catch this coming weeks i.e. Wireless, Lovebox, Reading and Leeds Festival, Sonisphere, T in the […]

Capital FM Summertime Ball 2014 Experience

        Hello my lovely readers! I hope you had a good weekend, and as you’ll probably noticed, yes I have been out and about in London last weekend with my dear friend Elline- to Capital FM’s Summertime Ball 2014 to be exact. It was held at the second largest stadium in Europe, yep the Wembley […]

SS14 Trend: Art in Fashion

  Fashion often sought inspiration from art, and this year, designers have taken it to another level. Designers both established and new are using their garments as a canvas of their chosen artwork, from bold brush strokes and painterly stripes, abstract drawings and portrait, to photography and graffiti. And this was my take on this year’s fashion […]

Tour de France 2014 Grand Départ in Yorkshire

Have you visited Yorkshire recently? Well if you have or haven’t, you might of noticed the yellow bikes on the streets, hanging on the wall of a house or in a shop window. You’ll also see the many buntings too made out of miniature jerseys in yellow, green, white and white with red polkadots hanging across the […]