Wearing head-to-toe monochromatic looks in luxe fabrics is my go-to option for taking an outfit from the day straight through to night. Rust or ‘burnt orange’ is a great shade for any transeasonal colour palette, and can be more versatile than you may think!
Copenhagen has been on my travel bucket list for a long time, and I’m glad I can say I’ve ticked it off at last. Lonely Planet has named Copenhagen the #1 city to visit in 2019, and for good reason. From the sights to see and the places to visit, to the food on offer and the incredible range of shops, I could have spent a lot longer than 4 days here. One thing that’s most important for me when travelling as a solo female is that I felt safe wherever I visit, and Copenhagen for me felt no different than being at home in my own city. Read on to find out some of what I got up to on my city break in Copenhagen…
If you haven’t before seen or heard about Nyhavn Harbour in Copenhagen, where have you been hiding? Arguably one of the most beautiful and picturesque scenes in the city, I couldn’t go all the way there and not take some pics. The coloured houses are truly a pleasure to behold – but be prepared it can get pretty windy!
When I visited New York last year, I made it my mission to shop for makeup brands that weren’t yet available in the UK. As well as the fact that Sephora no longer ship to the UK (heaven knows why), this became even more of a personal mission. I wanted to go home armed with products that I knew I wouldn’t have access to normally, or products that would cost an arm and a leg to ship to the UK due to taxes/import fees etc. With a much heavier suitcase upon my return home, I was not disappointed. Read on to see what I bought on my travels Stateside…Read More