Cring cring cring – Christmas calling. Before you pick up the call from Santa you may think whether or not it will make a faux pas to wear faux fur in this season?
Christmas is round the corner and so are festivities inspite of the cold chill in the London air. Winter can never win because you are wrapped up in the warmth of the woolies, out there in the know although not yet in the snow.
So the winter has set in, when the air holds the cold and slouching in the couch in the chilly evenings seems to be a lucrative option for many.
If you are shy to try Shahi Paneer (often pronounced ‘shy puh-neer’), you are surely missing out. So don’t be shy, heat the pan and reach out for some paneer (cottage cheese).
You simply cannot visit Poland without immersing yourself in Krakow. It’s against the law! If not, it should be! Distinctly, if you have a flair for history and culture. To validate my point, I urge you to click here and read all about our Krakow travel experience.
This post was actually photographed in Warsaw a few months ago. I’ve been able to execute my travel plans well enough to be traveling non-stop until October, but the downside is that I am running behind on so many travel and outfit posts so please bear with me and we’ll be all caught up soon!
Like the growing fizz inside a bottle of champagne before the pop, it is the run-up to the Christmas that holds all the excitement and merry making. Festivities grip the air with the chill of the incoming winter and what an experience it is to immerse in the flowing crowd of Christmas revelers.