Countryside Stroll














"I long for the countryside. That's where I get my calm and tranquillity - from being able to come and find a spot of green."
Emilia Clarke

What I'm wearing: Flying Tomato dress, Michael Michael Kors cardigan, Franco Sarto shoes and Betsey Johnson hat

Hello from the beautiful California countryside. From luscious greens to hilly winding paths to snowy mountains, I am so blessed to live where I can be both in an urban area and escape to country within just a few minutes. Travelling to this part was scary and unbelievably tranquil at the same time. The zig-zag drive was indeed scary but the scenery behind was calming - to see some horses in the field, country houses, red barns, brown and white fences. Sometimes I just want to disappear in the countryside just like a few of my favorite books growing up - Little Women, Huckleberry Finn and Anne Of Green Gables. It was super bright that day so I can't go outside without my floppy hat so I made that the general idea and matched everything starting from the hat. I wore my breezy orange dress for that cool country air and black cardigan for a bit of sun protection. 

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Godbless


  - Gift Princess





Parisian Chic: Sunglass Organizer | DIY Video




I certainly welcomed spring with a few updates in our studio. Summer is gonna be here soon and with the abundance of sunglasses, I had to organize them in a way that is pleasing to the eyes. Our studio/office has been divided into two, that is my side and my hubby's side. We

I am all for visual and our walls are like blank canvasses waiting to be beautified. Making them was easy and with countless ideas in the internet and most of what I saw made them with either wires, cords, strings and such. I decided to add a little whimsy by using flowering garland. That is my guilty pleasure, flowers here and there. I wanted it to be different so adding the flowering garland was the way to go for that vintage vibe and feminine flair. For me, they make everything soft and dreamy and definitely brightens up a room and give anyone a smile and a cheer. 






Materials needed:

1. Wooden frame - preferably thick to accommodate sunglasses with ease.
2. Spray paint of choice
3. Flowering garland
4. Measuring tools such as ruler or tape measure and a pencil
5. Securing tools - I used hammer and nails for better stability




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Godbless


  - Gift Princess





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