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 MON WEEK-END AU CHATEAU DE PELLEBUZAN: CHATEAUROUX


Nous avions envie de changer un peu d'air de Paris, loin du bruit et nous reposer au calme. Notre choix s'est porté sur Châteauroux qui est une ville située à 2h au Sud-Ouest de Paris et la capitale du Bas-Berry et préfecture de l'Indre. Nous voulions être proches de la nature et le Château de Pellebuzan qui date du 19ème siècle semblait être l'endroit idéal pour notre petit séjour. Il est situé sur une petite colline dans la région de Brenne en France et domine la Creuse.




Nous n'avions pas été déçus lorsque nous sommes arrivés au château. C'est très calme et la vue est magnifique! Quoique le château ait été rénové et a tout le confort moderne, il a gardé néanmoins un mobilier d'époque et charme d'antan qui nous ont très vite séduits. Les chambres sont agréables, très spacieuses et absolument silencieuses.




L'environnement est très calme et reposant, parfait pour un week-end en famille. A peine nos valises posées que nous allions déjà faire le tour de la propriété et du jardin. Il y'avait une petite ferme avec quelques chèvres,moutons et chevaux et je m'épris très vite d'Uriella, la jument qui m'a très vite adopté pourtant je n'avais jamais fait de cheval.



Il est vrai qu'en 2 jours on ne pouvait pas tout explorer et tout faire même dans une petite ville comme Châteauroux, mais nous avions pu quand même faire une belle promenade dans la Rue commerçante bordée de maisons et de boutiques, au parc de la Belle Isle et à l'église Notre-Dame dont la coupole est surmontée d'une statue de la vierge en bronze doré.













Dîner et petit-déjeuner consistants, discussion conviviale près de la cheminée au feu de bois avec notre hôte Carlo qui avait moult histoires à nous compter.










Si vous aussi voulez un peu vous évader et surtout vous reposer au calme pas très loin de Paris, n'hésitez pas à réserver votre séjour au Château Pellebuzan, vous ne serez pas déçus! Je suis une personne assez exigeante surtout lorsqu'il s'agit d'apprécier la qualité du service de l'hôtel ou B&B dans lequel je vais séjourner avec ou sans ma famille, donc si je recommande vivement le Château de Pellebuzan, c'est que le déplacement en vaut vraiment la peine. L'accueil était chaleureux et notre week-end formidable. C'est une adresse à ne pas manquer et je donne 5*****! 




Vous avez également une belle sélection d'hôtels à Châteauroux qui pourraient vous intéresser si vous préférer plutôt être logés au centre-ville ici


XoXo












ESCAPE TO NICE




Take me back to the South of France! I can't believe that the week-end is already over. There's still lots to discover and to do in Nice, but I'll definitely go back. One cannot properly explore and enjoy Nice and the rest of the French Riviera in 2 days isn't it? Holidays are the perfect time for this. So we decided to start with Nice, the capital of the French Riviera and the fifth largest city in France.





Nice is a beautiful, very charming and elegant city whose exceptional climate and beauty attract people from all over the world. It probably feels good to live and work in such an amazing environment. We were there for the week-end and I was already in love with Nice and its stunning scenery.














The only way to get to know the real Nice is by strolling through the ochre colored streets and its vibrant markets, socializing with the Nicois while enjoying its diverse restaurants and their well renowned food. Cafes terraces are filled with people happily drinking and contemplating the famous Promenade des Anglais on one side and on the other admiring one of the most luxurious hotels in the city, The Negresco. It's not Summer yet, but the beaches are already full with many tourists and locals just lying on the sand and enjoying the little sun we had that day. The water was still cold though, reason why I didn't wear any bikini on the beach, but I can't wait for Summer to go back and have lots of fun with my friends.














We stopped at LAC Chocolatier for some yummy treats. They have the best macarons and chocolate fondant I ever ate. It is difficult to resist to those delicious desserts and it's definitely a place you should go too on your next trip to Nice.








Evenings on the Riviera, a.k.a. la Côte d'Azur were made for a promenade and outdoor dining, so we had dinner at Bay Star Cafe. We loved the food, the wine, the nice atmosphere of the restaurant and the amazing view of the beach.











On the last day, on our way back, we met some other friends for lunch at Les Bastides, in Aix-en-Provence. It is also a very good restaurant, the quality of the service is top and the view is breathtaking. They got a 5 stars review as we were all happy at the end.




The French Riviera is really beautiful and I can't wait to go back and explore other cities like Cannes, Monaco, Saint-Tropez and have more fun. Have you also been there and want to share your experiences with us? Comment below or just drop me an email and I'll gladly respond to you asap.

xoxo









The debut leg of SA Bridal Fashion Week, which was held in August, 2014 in the nation’s largest city of Durban, showcased western, African, indo-western and eastern bridal as well as groomwear designs from names like David Tlale, Karen Monk-Klinjstra, Mike Narainsamy, Shouger Merchant Doshi and Pronovias.

After the success of its inaugural instalment in the city of Durban, the second leg of the first-ever South African wedding fashion extravaganza SA Bridal Fashion Week is set to take place in the country’s second-most populous city, Cape Town, from October 16th to 19th, 2014.


The upcoming event will feature an array of themed catwalk shows displaying eclectic bridal couture lines from local and international designers, emerging talents, design student and boutiques.


After the Cape Town edition in October, the bridal week will be held in the largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg, sometime in November, 2014.


You don't want to miss that guys! Tickets are available on online.computicket.com


Ciao!




Fashion Silueta Designs









PISTIS Designs

www.pistisghana.com












    

        Snapshot of Tania (Zimbabwean Model) & myself 


With Fashion Designer Del Lombard,Owner of Fashion Silueta


The fashion shows were amazing as expected! They started slightly late but it was worth waiting a little bit.I attended Fashion Silueta ( Mozambican brand) and PISTIS ( Ghanean brand) shows. Both designs and Bridal collections were stunning!I love the quality of the fabrics and designs, the nice accessories and beautiful and vibrant colors showing a mix of african and oriental cultures. Great job and a big up to my friend Del Lombard who's the owner of Fashion Silueta!:) 



If you are looking for more info on these designers, please contact them directly on their websites as mentioned above. 

xoxo



Style Society Pop-up Boutique!

Fashionistas do not miss Style Society Pop-up Boutique on 29th November @ CTICC! Lots of glam,style, make-overs, designs at great prices from local fashion designers and gift bags! 

Book your tickets @http://www.webtickets.co.za/events/featured/stylesociety-pop-up-boutique/829904198






BIG 
Summer
SALE!!!

Designers clothes at affordable prices! Yay! Go get yourself some nice outfits for this Summer and look Fabulous!!
                                           
                                                                  




Make-up Test shoot



Make-up: Mariam Flatres (Casablanca,Morocco)
Photographer: Kassandra Araujo (Cape Town, South Africa)





Makeup Selfie



Make-up done by myself#Makeupaddicted#Still have to learn more though# 

Foundation: YSL BR60 Le Teint Touche Eclat

Eyebrows powder and stencils:Christian Cosmetics

Mineralize concealer NC35: MAC

Eyeshadow Palette black & white for Intense, Smoky & Dramatic eyes: Maybelline

Duochrome eyeliner 58 Noir Bleuté: Bourjois

Volume Lashes Mascara(I'm not wearing eyelashes here): Yardley

120 Bashful Blush: Clinique

Plum lipstick: MAC


M.A.C Make-up

Art#NailsandLipstickscolors#creativity#explore#amazingwork#favouritemake-upbrand#





                                        










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