I know what you’re thinking: colour in winter?! Sophie’s gone mad. Possibly, but I had good reason…
When I was younger — perhaps 12 or 13 — I had a purple beret. My friend brought it back from a holiday in France (she had a matching pink one), and I wore it constantly. I can’t remember whether I actually thought it made me look cool, or I just loved the dusky mauve colour, but I couldn’t get enough of it. Continue reading
Anybody else living in polo necks at the moment? I love all of mine, but the wear that I get out of this plain black one is unbeatable. They’re perfect layered under dresses and tucked into jeans (think Hepurn, Funny Face), but there’s something about the polo/skirt combo that I can’t get enough of right now. Continue reading
I haven’t blogged much this past month — partly due to a manically busy few weeks at work, and partly due to January being such a lacklustre month. I don’t mean to be a Scrooge, but I’ve had a slight case of the mid-winter blues. Waking up to dark, drizzly skies isn’t the most inspiring… in fact, I barely know how to dress myself at this time of year. Continue reading
Happy New Year!
It’s the night before the first working day of 2016, so naturally I’m wallowing and reminiscing about my time off. Don’t you just love those lazy, disorientating days over Christmas? Waking up to no alarm, no work to do, and having no idea what day of the week it is… Continue reading
A few weeks back, I was invited to #CookWithHari — an indian food cook-along hosted by Hari Ghotra.
I don’t talk about it much on the blog, but I really enjoy cooking. Although the convenience of takeaways and pre-made meals is appealing after a long day at work, Rich and I always make the effort to cook our meals from scratch. This is what I loved about Hari’s event — we learnt to make authentic, homemade Indian food, using natural, fresh ingredients packed full of flavour. Continue reading