Monday 15 August 2022


I'm a sucker for oversized shirts during the summer, as a matter of fact all year round. I find them to be a very versatile item to have in a wardrobe. Styled in various ways; whether as an over shirt, tucked under a sweater, or under a dress the list can go on. Over the years I have personally accumulated a wide range of over shirts in different colours, patterns and shapes. Recommended that it's best to begin with more neutral tones, having a pop of colour in shirts is always a nice addition and believe me will still get that love throughout the years.

With that said, I thought it would be a good idea to add this into the 'Weekly Wish List' edit. A list of current over sized shirts that would fit so comfortably in anyones current wardrobe. 

LESET Eve oversized cotton-poplin shirt

Leset Oversized Poplin Shirt

LESET Eve striped cotton-poplin shirt

Leset Lilac Striped Cotton Poplin Shirt

MAISON ESSENTIELE Color-block cotton-poplin shirt

Maison Essential Colour Block Shirt

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Arket Relaxed Poplin Shirt

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Pale Yellow Arket Relaxed Poplin Shirt

RAG & BONE Maxine striped cotton-poplin shirt

Blue Maxine Striped Poplin Shirt

FRANKIE SHOP Lui organic cotton-poplin shirt

Frankie Shop Lui Organic Cotton Poplin Shirt

MOTHER OF PEARL Dallas oversized TENCEL™ Lyocell shirt

Dallas oversized TENCEL™ Lyocell shirt

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Oversized Green Poplin Shirt


Monday 1 August 2022

Italy 10 day Itinerary

A long awaited itinerary of our trip around the glorious scenic country called, Italy. Beyond doubt number one on the list is Lake Como, a place highly recommended to anyone who are planning a trip to Italy, please add it to your itinerary you won't be disappointed! 

Things to note: If you are catching trains from one city to the other, I recommend booking in advance even though it states it's possible to book on the day. There were a couple of times we tried booking on the day and most allocated times were sold out. Also factor in the journey time, on average I would say it took 2-4 hours to get from one city to the other. Lake Como to Milan was the shortest journey averaging around 2 hours. 

Venice to Lake Como- We had to stop off in Milan and then catch a train to Lake Como, there was no other way of arriving to Lake Como. This was the longest journey of them all and took us around 6 hours. 

VENICE (1 DAY) The City Of Love

Where we stayed: Venice Time Hotel

Places to eat: Caffe Florian, Gelateria Nico

Things to do: Gandolas, St Mark's Square



Where we stayed: Airbnb Villa Matilda in Torno

Places to eat: La Fabrica Del Gelato ( Lenno), Piazza Primavera di Luca' Salvatore (Torno), La Laterna (Bellagio)

Things to do: Villa Del Balbianello, Villa Carlotta, Cernobba, Boat ride, Bellagio, Varenna

Things to note: Travel around the lake is very limited, mainly ferry and boat. Ferry schedule is not reliable so allow plenty of time to get around, they also have cut off time usually 5-6pm. Buses are running but very long hours to get around via car or bus. 


Where we stayed: Cristoph World Hotel

Places to eat: Misicusi Stazione Centrale 

Things to do: Duomo Di Milano 


Where we stayed: Palazzo Tolomei

Places to eat: Gusta Pizza, Osteria La Pescatoria, Gelatarium

Things to do: Florence Cathedral, Ponte Vecchio, Pisa tower/ Cathedral square


Where we stayed: Airbnb

Places to eat: Pergamino Caffe, Ginger Sapori e Salute, Venchi, Massenzio

Things to do: Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Vatican City

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