Friday, 30 December 2011


Christmas may be gone but these days in between the big day and the New Year call for a little reflection. Here are some moments from my Christmas...

1. George eating turkey soup in the Jazz Cafe.
2. Me thinking about turkey soup.
3. George at Piccadilly Circus.
4, 5 & 6. The windows at Fortnum & Mason's
7. George & his new Tiger throw.
8. Me & a bottle of Cava.
9 & 10. Christmas dinner.

Monday, 19 December 2011

A very kitsch Christmas

Its Christmas time ! Here's a sample of the selection of kitsch decorations adorning my home currently. I am a big fan of old Christmas decorations, they remind me of spending Christmas at my granny's house and all her funny bits of tinsel and Christmas characters that returned every year. The delicacy of them always amazes me, every year I seem to open the decorations box to find another one has come a cropper ! The decorations on my (homemade !) Christmas cake were given to me this year by ma and belonged to my Granny, I love the polar bears, there's one that looks like its doing walk like an Egyptian !
From Ed and I, we hope you have the merriest of Christmasses, drink lots, eat lots, listen to Elvis' Christmas Album and watch Charlie Brown Christmas.

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Mirror Ball Memories

cheeky video I forgot about! Have not been out like this in ages! MUST MUST MUST! 

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Siamese Dream.

Totally sure about hats, these are my favourite selection at the moment.
1. Horned fur from Topshop.
2. Vintage pixie hat.
3. Pom pom beret from Topshop.
4. Vintage pink gnome hat.

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Suits you.

Just trying out some new looks, this is taken from Manish Arora's 2009 Spring/Summer collection.

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Disposable Memories

Images courtesy of Olivia Giles, Title from Tye Korgaokar, love too you both

Winter cheer.

Totally sure about today. There is nothing better than an icy cold Sunday spent wandering around Covent Garden. I drank hot spiced cider with my brother and enjoyed the beautiful afternoon sky by the river. Somerset House is probably the perfect location at christmas, their tree decorations are some of the best I've seen, especially love the rabbit (or is it a hare? !)

Swanning Around.

Yesterday was spent crunching through icy leaves and admiring christmas window displays. Libertys being our favourite destination, we popped by to pine over christmas ornaments and beautiful china. Their windows did not disappoint, you can never go wrong with a stuffed swan I say !
Today it seems the first frost has struck. I am giving myself the day off and going to Somerset House to see the Dazed and Confused exhibition. Perhaps fitting in a toffee nut latte (my new favourite drink) at some point.