5 COOL ETSY BRANDS TO KNOW

It seems that around this time of the year, we hear the calls of the death of the high street. It’s as guaranteed as Selfridges putting up their Christmas shop four months ahead of the season. Even though mewspapers often hark on about dying businesses that we all thought were too big to fail’, like some kind of omen to…
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BLACK FRIDAY: MY EDITORIAL LOOKS ON SALE

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is how I create editorial quality content, which a lot of people believe involves expensive clothing. Despite being a luxury blogger, I don’t always wear head to toe designer but even with the pieces that I do own, I rarely buy at full price. Here’s a roundup of my Instagram¬†@fleurandrea Black Friday…
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MY BLACK FRIDAY WISHLIST: FIRST LOOK

Tis’ the season for sales! November is well known as sample sale season and of course, Black Friday. The sales officially begin today and while there’s a possibility prices may drop even further, I never like to take the risk of losing my size. Take last year for example, when I nearly lost my favourite designer bag that was reduced…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: HARRY’S BAR

  Italian food is as much of a British staple as a roast dinner and the choice of those restaurants here are as common as finding a pub. I like to separate them into the following three categories: shit (Bella Italia, Pizza Express etc), homely and bustling (Ciao Bella in Russel Square) and upscale and refined (Frescobaldi). Harry’s Bar on…
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WHY, WHAT AND WHICH TO BUY: ASIAN SKIN NEEDS

The lowdown on Asian skincare needs For a long time, I thought that skincare was prescribed to skin types: combination, normal, dry etc. Armed with a few more years of knowledge and testing out everything from techy treatments to traditional facials, I’ve realised the most effective way to care for your complexion is targeting skin needs. But it doesn’t end…
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THE LAST OF SUMMER AT ELYSIUM HOTEL, PAPHOS

Review of Elysium Hotel Paphos   Paphos is known for its archaeological remnants and beautiful mosaics, earning itself a place on the UNESCO list of cultural and national treasures. The name itself comes from the mythological son of Galatea and Pygmalion. The story goes that the sculptor created a beautiful white statue of Aphrodite and fell in love with it.…
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