Goodness February has been exciting. The month began with a trip to Canary Wharf. Although I was visiting for business I thought I'd put a bit of fun into my outfit and wore a new sale shirt from Boden. This is the classic shirt with London scenes adorning it.
Well I thought it was appropriate!
On Friday we had curry with good friends at our new very plush village Indian restaurant, the Tamasha. There's even a TV on the floor. How cool is that! Especially for a picture postcard English village, with a duck pond I might add.
|A bit of Bollywood going on I think. Also racy for a duck pond village!|
The meal here is always amazing and after the popadum course I forget to take pictures due to the gastronomic sensations.
I wore a tunic that is a bit of a winter go to for me and my pleather jeans finished with the M&S block heeled boots that I bought in the Autumn.
The next day I went on a shopping trip with Laurie from vanityandmestyle.com . When I meet up with blogger friends we tend to talk 10% blog and the rest the general life stuff going on. We're similar women with similar issues, aging parents, adult offspring, wrinkles, and a love for friendship and clothes.
Laurie showed me the Estee Lauder counter and introduced me to foundation colour matching. I hadn't realised that was possible. I left with a sample of foundation to try.
Laurie showed herself boots for a try on.
I showed Laurie caps but she didn't buy. I, however, did.
I like this warm yellow Tshirt with the cap. Rather different for Zara I thought.
Work wise I spoke to some 19 year old students from Chicago who were attending Boston University in London for a month. Are you confused yet? I was. Boston University has an outcrop in London, apparantly.
I thought the building very Boston actually. The students must feel at home don't you think?
I had an amazing Valentines day with a treat from Bonmarche as they used me in a shoot for their summer magazine. What an experience! A whole studio and resources for me as the 'subject.' I'll be writing more on this in another blog. It deserves it's own. But meanwhile, here is a taster, an out-take in which I discover cheek bones.
And that was one week! I'm exhausted writing it!