Today I’m wearing….

I’m brightening up this grey, cloudy day with some colour!
Starting with some Mavala 193 Copper Gold on my fingers….

Floral dress from New Look (Orchard Road)…

Summer wedges also from New Look paired with Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour, 549, ‘Distraction’20130219-101030.jpg

And the pièce de résistance the Orange handbag

Have a good day!

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My week in pictures – 2

So, it’s been a hectic one to say the least.
I’ve finished my job, flown 12,000 miles to start a new life and been quickly adjusting to this new city.
Here it all is in pictures…..hold on tight!

My last days were spent with family and friends who threw some great leaving parties…

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 everything was finally packed and we were ready to leave rainy England…

We stretched out in style with Singapore Airlines – best inflight menu ever!

And it wasn’t long (well, 13 hours later) until we arrived and quickly dumped our bags and rushed out like excited tourists to explore our new home – we headed to Chinatown where the Chinese New Year celebrations are in full swing.
Here is a snake made from red lanterns running down one of the main streets…

And then headed down to the Marina Bay to chill…

After trawling the city in search of the perfect apartment (still haven’t found it) we headed to The Fullerton in the Marina….

The week ended with some new running shoes with PINK LACES – get ready Singapore, I’m going to be pounding your streets this week!!

Phew!
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Until next week!

Bristol: See No Evil

These are my last couple of days in the UK before we head for a new life in Singapore.
I’ve spent the past couple of days back in Bristol.
Bristol is my favourite UK city (sorry London, I do love you too) not only because of the most amazing memories I have from uni but also because it’s just so damn cool.

The See No Evil graffiti project highlights just how great and unique this city is.
Set up last summer, a group of around 70 graffiti artists have transformed drab Nelson Street (the drunken route between Broadmead, Syndicate and Panache to the city centre fountains) into a graffiti masterpiece.
Professional spray painters have taken over the street and covered the dull council buildings with colourful and distinct artwork which have become a key attraction for locals and tourists – seems fitting really considering Bristol is also home to so many of Banksy’s work.

Below are photos of some of the best pieces taken by myself and my brother. Check it out when you’re next in the city:

Bristol See No Evil Graffiti