Paris hotspot: Brasserie Le Brebant

Le Brebant Paris

Paris is packed with good brasseries, but on my last trip to the city of lights, I had dinner at a quite unique one. Brasserie Le Brebant at 32 Boulevard Poissonnière (metrostation Grand Boulevard) has a quirky, tropical meets vintage interior that caught my eye when looking for a place to eat. Later I found out that this brasserie is one of the oldest in the city dating back to 1865! There's an always busy outside terrace, that is great for people watching. In the split-level inside area it … [Read more...]

Fall Fashion must-have: the Pencil Skirt


If you hadn't invested in a pencil skirt last year, now is your second chance. Fall's 2016 Fashion must-have is a mid-length skirt that preferably has a mid-calf reach. The pencil skirt meets that requirement and is a perfect wardrobe piece to bring out your curvy shape in a chic and classy way. Paired with a crisp white shirt, and pair of pumps, you instantly create a classic business look. The proper way to wear a pencil skirt is high-waist so it follows your curves and creates that glasshour … [Read more...]

Bathroom essentials: Tradition by Frank Leder

Tradition by Frank Leder

Today I would like to share a new brand I'm using; Tradition by Frank Leder. Frank Leder is a renowned German fashion designer. His bath, body and skin products are inspired by German cultural heritage. The product line uses different herbs and plants as materials to create products that evoke collective memories. All products are produced in limited quantities in Austria. Most striking is the packaging. All liquids come in glass bottles with a vintage tag, as if from the shelf of an apothecary. … [Read more...]

Home Decor: Bloomingville collection AW 2016/2017

Bloomingville 2016/2017

One of my favourite home decor brands is the brand Bloomingville. While visiting the interior fair Maison et Objet in Paris I was stunned by their autumn/winter collection for 2016/2017. The new accessories collection harks back to the 1970s with classical patterns, ceramics, rough edges and natural textures in hues like mustard en dark blue. On the other hand it is also very feminine with dusty pink, soft purple, gold and marble accessories. The furniture pieces are small and feminine with … [Read more...]

Top 5 Favourite Breakfast spots in Paris

Ob-La-Di Paris

The more I get to know Paris, the more I like it. The charm of the city already captivates me early in the morning when I go out for breakfast. Whether you go to a small coffee place, or a hip restaurant, having breakfast in Paris is always special. I love how laid-back and paced they enjoy their first meal of the day. The coffee is always good, and well, I don't have to explain how good their bread and pastries are. Today I would like to share my 5 favourite spots for breakfast so far, because … [Read more...]

Casual Friday


Casual Friday is everyone's favourite dress code in the office. The day you can slip out of the stiff suits and formal dresses and wear something comfortable. It's also the day that you can kick off those high heels and wear your favourite sneakers or flats. Most people opt for jeans on casual Friday, but if you are more of a skirts and dress kinda girl, why not go for a loose fit, soft dress? The autumn fashion accessories and colours of 2016 This autumn the trend colours are blue, … [Read more...]

3×3 Insider Tips for Chania

Faggoto Chania

Travelling to new places is always fun. But what I like even more is when I have a local contact who can direct me to places that are not touristy or hyped in travel guides. Places where the locals go and where I get to enjoy, taste, and witness the culture and flavours in its most authentic way. Today I would like to share some insider tips for Chania city, Crete. 3x Where to eat Chania old town is packed with restaurants and taverns. But that also makes it harder to differentiate the … [Read more...]