For me, the following 5 skin care (and nutrition) rules for colder days, weeks, and months have proven priceless.
Vanilla – the opinions are divided. Some love it, some think it’s a rather bland pick for a fragrance. Acorelle’s Vanille Ambrée is warm and light-flooded; extended summer in a bottle.
Gluten-free, rich in iron, starch and protein, buckwheat – grains & flour – is a clean eating pantry staple. A nutrient check, an allergy info + a quick, warm, healthy delish breakfast recipe!
Contrasting with the warm palette Nature displays, my favourite make-up in September evolves around dramatic cold shades of mauve, plum and bold gemstone colours.
In which I officially return from my (unannounced) holiday; discuss a French word; and you get a sweet behind-the-scenes.
Polka dots are the easiest and probably most cheerful nail art imaginable. I’ve let muted turquoise, pale lemon and dusty beige lead an autumnal dance looking fun and yet elegant.
Freckles gone wild, hyperpigmentation and sun damage, irritated skin from all the summer parties? I love saying Goodbye to summer (without looking back in anger) with this inexpensive, simple DIY skin mask.
Many are put off meditation practice by presuming it might be “too spiritual” (for atheists) or “inopportune” (for believers), too complicated, too mysterious, too strange, or even too overrated altogether.
Rare organic tea varieties; dainty cups and luxurious, artisanal pots; fine, hand-crafted stationery; tea connoiseurship seminars – join me in my treasure hunt in the heart of West Berlin.
Isn’t ‘gossamer’ a lovely, lovely word? Old-fashioned and so intense in its meaning. In this post, Adventurers, a (slow) fashion late summer look meets a sneak peak of an upcoming new series.