Strolling along one of the prettiest streets in London on a warm summer afternoon and feeling even prettier in pastels.
It’s been a while since I ventured to east London for an evening out but an invitation from Darbaar was the perfect excuse to make my way across town.
These balmy summer evenings call for a relaxed, fuss-free spot that serves good food with a side of a buzzing atmosphere.
Despite it being July, we are still in the midst of rain showers and grey skies here in London! Nonetheless, here is a look back at some of my favourite things from June.
I seem to have stumbled upon a colourful and green, garden oasis right in the middle of London and a few steps away from where I live. How convenient!
Summertime in London means endless barbecues (or as many as the British weather allows) with jugs of Pimms and sweet and savoury nibbles to enjoy with your loved ones.
Off the shoulder tops and dresses are really having a moment this season and have very quickly become a summer wardrobe staple!
When I first moved to London, I used to spend countless weekends exploring all of London’s toursit attractions. Big Ben, London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, you name it! But one of my favourite (and most beautiful) must see attraction in the city is the Natural History Museum.
Kensington is one of my favourite areas in London to go for a stroll. Particularly on those rare occasions when the sun decides to shine over the city.
It’s absolutely insane that we are already six months into the year! You would think that it would be summer by now but alas, London just refuses to move on from its grey skies and daily drizzle. I’ve actually been in my winter coat for a good part of this week! Nonetheless, here is a look back at some of my favourite things from May.