Eid is round the corner and the bubbles of festivity have started to fizz up on what to gift to near and dear ones, what to wear and how best to appear to be part of the celebration to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan. We at onetimefashionsita.com had been bringing for you over the last few years our style stories for you on what to wear during this merry occasion. Incase you want to be inspired with the style sagas of last few Eids, read here and here. And read on below to feel inspired to finalise your own wardrobe plan for this Eid.
No there is actually nothing naughty in Notting Hill rather it’s a place for plenty of noteworthy experiences. Usually higher up in the list of must-see places of any visitor to London’s, Notting Hill doesn’t stop to thrill even the Londoners from time to time. Not that I haven’t been there umpteenth of times, everytime it feels like there is something new to discover, like a dose of a chill pill every time at Notting Hill.
“She is a belle, or the one there, is she a belle?” You can continue to stir up the storm in your coffee cups while you check out what every woman is wearing in the café around you but know that probably the one who is the real belle is the one who got the dress from Izabel London – just makes your jaws drop and say, “She Iz-a-bel, isn’t she!”.
You don’t need to wear a nautical print shirt-dress only when you are out and about for a nautical adventure. No cruise-liners or sea shores, the attire turned out to be perfectly apt against the glitzy graffiti inside the Leake Street Tunnel on that rather overcast day in London.
The Chelsea Flower Show arranged by the Royal Horticulture Society was held from 23-27 May and what best way to expand the show around as Chelsea high street was also turned into a sea of floral waves again this year for the 12th time. As part of the Floral Safari dubbed “Chelsea in Bloom”, the entire posh west-end neighborhood of London was turned into an exhibition of floral artwork.
Weather was at its whimsical best last weekend when it blew hot and cold oscillating trying to figure out whether to let the sun shine or to let the rain doors open. Otherwise windy and rather chilly outside, the opportunity was ripe to explore a London venue under covers. Where else one could be amused in London but in many of its free museums and especially when a visit to the British Museum counts as the pilgrimage to explore the heritage and history of mankind and civilizations from around the world. With our sunglasses and umbrellas both with us – we went to immerse ourselves in the musings of the British Museum.