Travel Wishlist 2018/19

I thought instead of making a moodboard, it’d be nice to compile the top five destinations that i’d like to visit within the next year (before the end of Summer 2019). This way, I can refer to it whenever I want anytime I’m lacking inspiration and motivation. (Disclaimer: I do not take ownership for any of the photos below. Please see credits within the captions)  … Continue reading Travel Wishlist 2018/19

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Doors of Thulusdhoo

— Thulusdhoo, Maldives Islands I have a strong fascination with colors, especially on exterior surfaces such as walls and doors. I think brightly hued walls have a strong aesthetic that attract me like a bee to a flower. Throw some intricate patterns and prints into it, and it’s pure eye candy for me – which is why you may imagine my love for Morocco and … Continue reading Doors of Thulusdhoo

Style | ‘Velnim’ Mood

Whoever knows me well enough, knows that I am obsessed with velvet. There was a time when I would think that velvet isn’t easy to style and wear on multiple occasions because of its luxe look and feel. Gradually, trends influenced by bloggers and influencers in the fashion world transformed velvet into something that can be easily dressed up and down as brands started manipulating … Continue reading Style | ‘Velnim’ Mood

‘Venice of Provence’ | Vaucluse

— L’Isle Sur La Sorgue, Vaucluse, Provence On Sunday, my college arranged a trip for about 60 students to visit L’Isle S’La Sorgue; a town on the Sorgue river in the Provence region of Southeastern France. It is similar to Fontaine de Vaucluse (which I swear deserves a separate post) with the way that its crystal clear water sparkles under the glistening sunlight and brings the … Continue reading ‘Venice of Provence’ | Vaucluse

Vivre le Rêve | South of France

— Summer in Lacoste, France Moving further along in my degree, my university continues to surprise me with the life that it has to offer to its students, giving me more and more reasons to fall in love with it all over again. After its main campus in Savannah and secondary campuses in Atlanta and Hong Kong, the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) … Continue reading Vivre le Rêve | South of France