With fall around the corner, and the feeling that I didn’t get enough wear out of my favorite boho dress, I decided to take action! Summer in Belgium had a rocky start this year. We’ve had to wait forever to soak up some real sun. Spring was filled with rainy days and it wasn’t until the end of juli that some hesitating sunbeams finally decided to show up in full grandour. Needles to say, I’m so not done with summer and trying to make the most of the remaining summer days. And in what better place to start honoring summer than in a super fake Japanese garden ? How about you? How do you feel about the transition to fall? Read More
Every week me and my boyfriend Ewoud go on a little trip to the center of Brussels called the Marolles, where they have an awesome organic farmers market. We especially like it there because the people are friendly and the organic food is not too expensive. We live five feet from an organic supermarket that charges twice the price for vegetables and fruit so we prefer driving into Brussels and making a day out of it. Perfect occasion to show of one of my favorite seventies boho dresses. It’s so hot in Belgium right now and this airy breezy dress is just what I need to keep me cool. The weather in Belgium has been so complex lately going from hot to cold to rain. I’m glad the weather gods are on my side and that they made getting dressed a little easier today.