I don’t like the H&M sales as it tends to be too crowded and messy in the stores. Just before the start of the sales though (at the end of June mind you… I didn’t go shopping now as I am on my 50-day-challenge !!), they do reduced prices on some articles. The only condition is that you’ve got to buy at least two reduced articles… no problem for me there ! So about a week before the actual sales start, I’m off to H&M to see if I can find some bargains.
During the summer sales, I always try and buy things that I can still wear on colder summer days and in the autumn. We don’t have an extremely long summer season, so I usually don’t buy that many really summery stuff. This time I bought a soft pink midi skirt. Read more about this outfit!
Another week… another outfit and like last week.. another flashy colour ! Tomorrow on the blog you can see the entire outfit.
Photography by Charlotte Kluskens
Last week’s Normandy post was all about gardens and nature. But Normandy is so much more than that. To many, Normandy equals D-day… so when in Normandy, make sure to find some time to spend on Word War II sites !
Mind, you can easily fill a week going from one museum to another monument, from one cemetery to another landing beach… As we didn’t have much time, I just picked three D-day-things to do : Arromanches, the German battery at Longues-sur-Mer and the American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer. Read more about our D-day trip in Normandy!
Shall we make a new rule of life from tonight : always to try to be a little kinder than is necessary – J.M. Barrie
A few months ago I was waiting at the doctor’s. There was a young mum with her 2 kids from about 2 and 5 years old. They were actually quite good, but of course being kids they didn’t sit still. The eldest was looking in a ‘Top Gear’ magazine, drooling over the fab cars. So the ooohs and aaahs coming out of his mouth were really excited. His mum was constantly at him : don’t touch this, be silent, don’t do that, leave this alone, be quiet,… Read more about this quote!
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Last week I did part 1 of this post. There I told you that I am loyal to 6 favorite fragrances. In part 1 I told you about my summer fragrances : Parfum d’été by Kenzo and Fragonard by Fragonard.
This time, I post about 2 favorites that, in my opinion, can be worn throughout the year : Pure Poison by Dior and White Linen by Estée Lauder. Read more about these 2 fragrances!