For quite some time now I have been apprehensive about patterned tights. They sort of scared me. But when I saw these tights with gorgeous dashes of blue, black, green and pink I just had to buy them. They are so easy to style, throw on a black tee, dress or knit and you’re good to go. They’re quirky, colourful and a bit of fun. I’m quite a fan. My vote is HOT.
At the moment, on this side of the world it’s winter, with most of us shopping for scarves, boots and knits. But as I am cruising the Pacific Islands in a matter of weeks I have been on a swimsuit finding frenzy. Usually I have much more time to find my favourite swimwear piece before summer hits, but for this holiday I have put all my attention into what I will be doing and have been very slack in planning ‘what to wear’. So, after a semi freak out I hit the shops (and the net) to find something that catches my eye. To my surprise I have become very fond of elegant full piece items and have swapped my usual two piece swimwear style for one piece beauties.
I am the kind of girl who usually dines out because I’m feeling particularly lazy (or busy) and couldn’t be bothered to cook. Yes, there are those times when you dine out for a celebration or special occasion, but most of the time it’s because it’s easy and you don’t have to do the washing up. Yet I am also the kind of girl who is fussy with how my food is cooked. I can’t think of how many times I have wanted to order a classic meat dish but have decided on something else because I was just not sure they would cook it the way I like it. Enter, ‘do it yourself dining’ This week I experienced ‘do it yourself dining’ at its best when I visited Lee’s Korean BBQ. No cleaning up, no preparation, yet you cook your meal, at your table, along with everyone else in the restaurant. Dining at its best.