Here is a list of my loves this week:
This is a newish dress from Whistles UK. The fabric is just lovely and I matched it with my round-toe heels by Mr Choo. I really love simple classic clothing. It costs less in the long run and looks great!
I have really enjoyed reading through our copy of Taschen’s London. It brings back so many happy memories. Taschen books are gorgeous to look at especially if you love photography or art.
It was my birthday recently and I was very excited to receive these gorgeous red Birkenstocks. I actually did not want or need anything, however I am very grateful for these lovely colourful shoes. Merci Mr B!
Mr B also bought me some lovely flowers…
and he took me out for some delicious Japanese food. We went to a restaurant in Brisbane called Sono - their sushi was delicious.
My friend W recently told me about a terrific environmentally-friendly cleaning brand created by two ladies here in Brisbane. I love using them, as chemicals are now banned from the B residence.
Plastic sandwich bags and plastic wrap are the next to go!
I love second-hand cookbooks. Looking in second-hand bookstores is something I love to do and this New York Times Cookbook was a fabulous find.
I have started reading this book and I recently spotted the author in the brilliant food documentary 'Food Matters'.
Also purchased this book for a bargain price in England and the recipes are easy to follow and delicious.
I have recently developed a new obsession with British band Bastille.
Click here to listen.
I highly recommend the songs Pompeii, Things We Lost in the Fire & Weight of Living, Pt. II
Finally I highly recommend viewing this brilliant food documentary - Hungry For Change.
My lovely beauty therapist (at Bare Therapies in Brisbane) told me about it and the film is currently free to watch on the internet until 31st March, 2013.
If you are interested, I suggest visiting their website here.
I hope you are having a terrific week.