I had a late night last night doing some photo editing till 4am and was woken up this morning by a knock on my bedroom door. A voice shouted out, don’t forget to buy the drinks for tomorrow. That was my cousin “shoutingly” reminding me of something I must have agreed to do. I rolled over to check the time on my phone. It was almost 11am. What was I thinking staying in bed this late I said underneath my breath? Continue reading Styling a tux, for Him and for Her: Cuts for Him→
I have been meaning to recreate this look for a while but never got round to doing it. As someone who loves the tailored look, I can see why it has not been high on my agenda. However, now that I have done it, I can’t stop asking myself why I didn’t do it early enough. I absolutely love the look.
From the office to the weekend! Ok strictly speaking, from the office to the weekend via a bar or even a night out. Sounds about right? Just reading that must have given you a good feeling knowing how much you’ve been looking forward to the weekend.Unless you do shift work where you are required to work weekends or have the privilege to work from home, that feeling is all too familia.
Unless you do shift work where you are required to work weekends or have the privilege to work from home, that feeling is all too familia.
Fridays are notoriously known as laid-back days at the office, nicely setting the tone for the coming couple of days.
For this reason, a lot of offices tend to adopt a more casual dress code for staff members. Most corporate offices have a dress code which is in line with looking smart. From Monday to Thursday, one is expected to “play ball” (as it were) with these rules and let your hair down on a Friday. However, we have all seen the odd staff member who’ve pushed the barrier out just a bit too far. I mean some of the things I have seen people wear into a corporate environment is truly cring worthy. From wearing flip flops to Continue reading From the office to the Weekend→
Budapest is one of those European cities that is sure to leave a lasting impression on your mind once you visit. The sumptuous traditional cuisine known as Goulash, welcoming hot baths, historic architecture, and its unique chain bridge are a few things amongst many that will leave you wanting for more. Budapest is the capital of Hungary. It is divided into two half by the Danube river with Buda on one side and Pest on the other. This great city is said to attract over 4 million tourists a year from all over the world. With its extensive world heritage sites, you can see why so many people visit this city.
I would be doing this beautiful city a disservice if I should even attempt to do a detail write up about it. So for this reason, here is Budapest in pictures.