I have a list of cities that I would love to live in during my lifetime, they include of course include London, as well as Paris and New York, so basically like every other fashion blogger, I also would love to live in Los Angeles, but only for a year I reckon, as well as somewhere cold that snows all the time, although I haven’t chosen anywhere specific, I have, to be honest, I never thought Berlin would be added to my list. I don’t know why but I’ve never fancied visiting Germany even though I’ve heard nothing but great
I’m like a moth to a flame with historical towns, so when Travelodge said how do you feel about a weekend away in York I jumped at the chance, especially as I can’t remember when the last time was when I wandered through the city, it must be at least 15 years ago. York is a beautiful city, I love its mix of culture, shopping and restaurants, it really is a great place for a mini break – whether you are after romantic, or a few days away with friends and family, there is so much to keep you entertained. With that in
Today is International Day of Happiness and it got me thinking about what makes me happy, the list is pretty long, I’m quite content at the moment. So we have the usual suspects, my husband, of course, family and friends, flowers, I’m obsessed with filling the house with gorgeous blooms, my stationery stash, I can’t tell you how much joy a new notepad brings me, reading, especially if I’m in a dreamy bubble bath, my kitty monsters, and travel.
Another New York Fashion Week has begun and it’s another season where sadly I’m glued to the livestream and the social media commentary rather than being there in person. I’m lucky I get to experience London Fashion Week and I’ve even done Paris, although not as much as I would like, but NYFW always feels like the one that keeps getting away. I came close last February, but with the wedding planning it just wasn’t the right timing, I just keep hoping that the opportunity comes around again as it always seems so much bigger than LFW, not just in-scale,
I am a huge fan of boutique hotels, I love staying somewhere with a touch of character, so when our good friends were getting married at the Berwick Lodge Hotel in Bristol I was excited to stay as it has only 10 suites, each with its own ‘signature’ style.