I’ve always wanted to be part of a sports team. Back in high school, I’ve always tried out at the beginning of the school year to be part of either the softball or volleyball varsity teams. Unfortunately, all the nasty queens vetoed me out year after year. Whatevs. Wind the clocks forward and look where I’m at. I’m not bitter. There’s a time and place for everything in life. Say hello to the newest addition to the Harvard Water Polo team!
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I recently visited Harvard University for their annual Identities fashion show. Here’s the final walkthrough of the show. Quite charming to see students of one of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions put on an entertaining show. What a delight!
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My friends over at Boston’s iconic Louis store are inviting bloggers for an event next week If you happen to be in (or visiting) the area next week, be sure to pop by Louis on March 24 from 5 to 7PM. Don’t forget to RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
While the bf shopped Brooks Brothers the other day, I went to the Valentino store across the street and bought this amazing leopard-print hooded and zipped rain coat/mac. I got it on sale at 60% off. It’s quite fabulous, too. The amount of stares and glances I get from people just by walking the streets of Boston rendered the whole ‘cost-per-use’ justification system totally irrelevant.
Vintage hat, Karen Walker sunglasses, Lanvin x H&M bow tie, H&M shirt, Uniqlo sweater, gray Diane von Furstenberg cardigan, Valentino rain coat, Uniqlo jeans, Hermes bag, Lanvin shoes.
What would you do if your arch-nemesis is lurking around within six feet from you? These photos are probably some of the funniest ones I have from this trip. There I was, innocently smoking outside and the bf took a candid snap.
Took a quick video of our breakfast earlier this morning at Whole Foods. The BF is flying back to Stockholm later this afternoon while I'm heading out to Brazil.
I've been told it's gonna be 37-40 degrees celsius in Rio de Janeiro. Although I'm looking forward to Brazil, I don't think I'm ready for the heat. And I'm certainly not looking forward to swimsuit season. With the way I ate the past few weeks, oh my lord Jesus Mary Joseph, I'm so out of shape… I don't think I can get rid of this winter weight in the next 2 days.
As someone who often stays at hotels in different parts of the world, it’s very unusual for me to feel emotionally attached to a property. My stay at my temporary home in Boston, the Nine Zero hotel, has got to be one of my favourite and memorable hotel stays so far.
I find my carnivore of a boyfriend’s personal food mantra fascinating: if he has to fight with his food (pretty much anything that goes beyond slicing with a knife/picking up with a fork), he doesn’t want it. Case in point — his idea of a regular, fail-safe meal: entrecote. With that being said, it’s a good thing he’s very open to trying new culinary delights otherwise, I wouldn’t know what to do with myself if I were to restrict to his usual meat-rich, dietary preferences. Y’all know me… I like to have a bit of a balance from all food groups: meat, vegetables, carbs, seafood, etc.
Speaking of seafood, a trip to this part of the USA (aka New England) wouldn’t be complete without paying homage to its glorious seafood — oysters, clams, lobsters, etc. We’ve been eyeing this place called “Union Oyster House” (after passing by it almost every day) so we went there yesterday for lunch.