Saturday, 29 December 2012

Shoes for New Years Eve

Walking into the New Year in my Vivienne Westwood!

These shoes are amazing! When I first noticed them, they reminded me of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz! They are so sparkly and comfortable. I have wanted to wear these shoes for some time but have like most of my possessions I have to be in the right mood or feel that it's appropriate for each occasion.
Now I can finally put these beauties to good use.

Funnily enough, I still have not decided on a dress as I still haven't found one for this occasion! But I am likely to wear a TLBD
(Tight little black dress) as per usual. Boob-tube or off the shoulder, I'm not sure yet.


Thursday, 27 December 2012

Christmas Swag!


                                                     Red dress + Christian Louboutins


I know I show Harrods a lot but for any occasion and look. Harrods is simply the best store to find what you're looking for, Even lingerie..

A friend stopped me a while back from purchasing these Louboutins. I regretted it ever since! I found these again at the Christian Louboutin store in Knightsbridge and had to purchase them as I think it was a sign.

I'm not wearing real fur as I think it's barbaric and I can still hold a glamorous look without it. My mother had bought this fur shrug for me and I absolutely fell in love with it. I wear this for events but I felt like wearing this to lift my Christmas spirit haha!
In my hand I am holding a black spiked Christian Louboutin clutch bag, it's fabulous.

Photo: The Rio's with Shannon Rio and Diana Rio x

                                                                      My mini me and I

                                  Photo: Me and my mini me xx
 I decided to wear a sparkly but subtle dress for a restaurant with a blazer for a touch of elegance.
My neice is wearing a black dress with a top added to it and her blue Nike blazers I think they are called. I had no idea they could call trainers blazers lol I hate trainers but I think she's dressed perfect for her age xx

Sunday, 23 December 2012

Christmas shopping in London

I have been extremely busy lately with various projects of mine and Christmas shopping. So I decided to fill you Bloggers in on a variety of Shops I usually go to in order to buy presents for this special Christmas holiday. 
Below are my favourite shops where I am likely to find impressive gifts. 

                                   in Knightsbridge


Harrods in Knightsbridge is absolutely fantastic. This is my favourite store whether I am shopping for myself, buying clothing, handbags and jewelery or for whether I am buying for loved ones and friends. This store has so much to offer from there food hall where you are able to purchase hampers for kids and adults, the finest cheese to a huge selection of great wines and whiskys. 


                                                                    Bond Street

Bond street have some great stores. I use to shop on Bond street a lot with my mother, but now I prefer department stores or Sloane street. However, Bond street has a lot to offer. I still shop here mainly whe

salon Asprey London    

Asprey is my one of my favourite places! It's certainly my mothers. She has bought me some amazing gifts from there.
Asprey is great for jewelery, accessories, jewelery cases, bags, shampoos ect.
I purchased an Art book for my best friend from there which she was in love with!  

 Asprey makes everyone happy!   

                                                               Bond street
I  think this is the first ever Chanel store I had been to, I believe I was 13 when my mother introduced me to Chanel. And it is still there.
Tiffany's is right beside Chanel which is also a great jewelers, I have purchased a lot from there for myself and for others. Whether it has been Cutlery, jewelery 
or ornaments. 



Cartier is fantastic, I would suggest purchasing from there for that special someone, or if you intend on treating mummy and daddy.


I had a joyful childhood growing up. And from what I can remember my mother would take me to Hamleys every Sunday treating me to anything I wanted.
As a child this Toy store was amazing! I haven't been in a few years as my gorgeous nieces have now grown up, as they like to state! But I would suggest this store to anyone buying for children still interested in dolls and doll houses, games and kids stuff!

                                                 Selfridges, Oxford Circus


However, now my nieces are 11 and 13 years of age I usually buy them clothes from Selfridges as they have a range of cute dresses and they love going there. Selfridges is my least favourite store when shopping for myself as I hardly ever seem to find much, but the girls like it.