Tuesday, January 24, 2017


I'm officially back from all of my winter trip(s) and I can't help but to feel extremely thankful for the opportunity to travel to places I've always longed to set foot on. Also, am super excited to be sharing with you some of my travelogues in several upcoming posts so stay tuned!!

That one place that have always been on my bucket list has to be the city of love - Paris! Many told me how Paris is just overrated with nothing much to shout about + does not seem as magical as it claimed to be but after having visited Paris, I simply beg to differ. The moment I step out from the train, every nook and corner of Paris just simply amazes me, especially its iconic Paris' building + architecture!

During my trip to Paris, I was granted the opportunity to stay at the very lovely COQ Hotel Paris which is located on the 13th arrondissement. It's slightly away from the hustle and bustle of Paris but it is also just as convenient to commute about as the underground station - Place d'Italie is simply just a few steps away. If you've read some of my previous blog posts, you know how much I love hotel(s) especially minimalistic + charmingly designed ones. Hence, I'm always in excitement  + happiest state when it comes to checking in to a hotel hehe. The decor of the rooms at the C.O.Q boasts a cool yet bohemian vibe added to it in which was created by interior designers - Pauline d'Hoop and Delphine Sauvaget of Agence Favorite. Further visuals can be seen down below so carry on reading!
Having breakfast the French way.

Having tried COQ's breakfast the first morning, I just won't stop looking forward to their sumptuous breakfast everyday. It consists of the yummiest croissants (by far the best best best I've tasted - I love them so much, I'm craving for them so so badly), pain au chocolat, freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade jams and so on! Hence, if you're staying a night over here in COQ, make sure to opt for breakfast as well :)

Not to mention, I love how they embed the tropical + minimalist vibes at their breakfast corner. Below are some visuals which will do the job.

Gotta love the balcony view from my room :) x 

More travel post(s) coming up x 

Monday, January 9, 2017

Golden hour with Romwe

In collaboration with Romwe

Today I'm wearing Romwe;
Am quite a sucker for outerwear(s) knowing how it can simply be worn over your boring + basic look of the day and transform your entire look! Hence, for an instant chic upgrade, you can always trust a bomber jacket to do the job. The Army Green Embroidered Patches Zip Up Bomber Jacket that I'm wearing is from Romwe; an ideal outerwear to be worn on a regular day out. Having owned several bomber jackets in various colours, I love how I finally own one with embroidered patches attached to it which complement a sporty yet chic element at the same time.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Just Eat: Free food tailored to your specific face-mapped emotions @ Bristol!

Disclaimer: Sponsored

Last Saturday, I was invited to an experiential foodie event specially organised by Just Eat at Anchor Square; near Bristol Harbourside. If you haven't already know, Just Eat is UK's leading food delivery service which acts as an intermediary between over 20000+ restaurants and customers.

During the event itself, free food from an array of local Just Eat restaurant partners were given out based specifically on your emotions through E-A-T (Emotion Analysis Technology), it's very first trial in Bristol. I decided to give it a go with the face-mapping technology and the result of my mood was 'ANGRY' then hahaha, & I honestly have no idea why I've gotten that myself! Or maybe, I really was in a tad angry mode in the earlier bit of the day(idk?!) Anyhow, I was then given a prescribed meal that was able to enhance/improve my mood - Vegetarian but I opted for yummy mash + sausage instead, can never say no to them (all smiles)!

Cuisines being served include Mexican, Jamaican, English, Mediterranean, vegetarian and desserts. If you're wondering which are the few restaurants that were involved in the showcase - they are some of Bristol's eateries - Zest Mediterranean Cuisine, Cafe Conscious, Viva La Mexicana, Miller Green, The Roaster Homemade British Food and Coco’s Gelato & Desserts. Check them out if you have the opportunity x

All in all, it's a pretty unique concept with the Emotion Analysis Technology which helps in determining the food that will suit your current state of mind! Tired of thinking what to eat all the time? Let the technology do the job! 

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