Birthday Aftermath

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2013 was really my year. Not only because thirteen is my lucky number but also because of the many good things that happened to me. 2014 on the other hand, feels a lot more different. It’s sort of an ‘in between‘ year for me as some of you know what 2015 will mean for me. But regarding my birthday, this year was kind of awesome. I actually celebrated it for two weeks in a row with one of my bestest. Starting with a dinner at Houtsiplou where I got my awesome GoPro and heading off to London the next day. Besides some sightseeing, B and I also did a little partying. Which resulted in a major but above all hilarious hangover! The following days were all about preparing for our party on Friday and going to dinner with the family. A gorgeous bouquet of roses, two cakes and some Greek food later… it was time for our party. Bubbles, good music and a major surprise cake! Oh yeah, it was pretty fun. I won’t get into the details but let’s say, there were definitely some bruises and a big hangover present the next day. But isn’t that just proof that I had more than just fun? ;-)

London Birthday Weekend

Y’all probably know that London is one of my favourite cities. Obviously, I can’t go without visiting London for a year. So why not do exactly that… very early in 2014. Just a week before the AW14 shows are about to start at Somerset House and a few days before Birgit‘s and my birthday. Yes, we’ve celebrated (and are still celebrating) our 22nd birthday together. Same day, same age, same crazy gals. My GoPro was given to me right on time for London town and that’s why I decided to make this video. I tried to capture every fun moment we had and aside from the tons of pictures we took, this is just the perfect reminder of how much fun we had!

Happy 22nd Birthday to us!!!

#WheninLondon – Chapter 3

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Since I’ll be leaving for London in a few hours, I found it fitting to post my third chapter of #WheninLondon now. It’s all about food, food, food. Because us girls can’t get through a fun LDN city trip without some yummyness, now can we? When I visited London back in October, I didn’t want the usual restaurants to be where we went for dinner. So I looked up a few stuff and found Brixton Market. A real market during the day: fish, fruits, meat,… But then there’s also the Market Row, kind of like a gallery full of restaurants. You had some Italian, some Spanish, some chicken, some this and that. Thing is: every place was fully packed, except for Bukowski. Some burger on the menu and you can make me one happy gal. I honestly can’t remember which burger I ate exactly but it was as good as it gets. So if you decide to take the tube to Brixton, don’t forget to stop by Brixton Market!

Now, I gotta go lads!