It’s almost the weekend, how has your week been so far? Mine has just been alright kind of quiet. If you’re like myself who has bills loading by month end this post might come in handy. I’d be sharing with you, you a chance to claim a price the ENIITO challenge.
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Took Mayree along with me for a whole day showing her my best places for Instagram photographs in London. Prior to this, she has done some research so she had some spots in mind. Click here to enjoy our video which includes our outfits. Find below a list of these places with their full addresses.
0. Barbican Center
Following my recent #buyNigerian Haul, I’ve styled some of the pieces in a bid to inspire your looks this season. Not sure what I’d call the season though, maybe rainy? Haha.. anyways, we all watch the big 4 cities and the high street stores we shop from do same and and totally impaired by the correlating shows. Over here in London I’m currently loving the dark autumn colours (burgundy, khaki green), check prints (plaid, houndstooth and even gingham). I bought pieces to reflect these both in your daily lives and your holiday style. I’m currently loving the fall items from dresshead..click here to sho from them. Enjoy photos below. Click here to watch styling video (don’t forget to subscribe, thanks xxox).
Decided to visit Ikoyi restaurant right before we attended the Wizkid concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Ikoyi Restaurant I think opens twice a day 12pm to 3pm and 6pm till 11pm Monday – Saturday. We went at 6pm on a Friday without a booking. We got a table still and had our meals. See photos below with prices and final word and score afterward. Click here to watch my time out there.
Just imagine the kiwi 🥝 fruit without the hairy back, without the sour taste, in a smaller size with all that required vitamin c still. That’s what the Nergi basically tastes like in your mouth. Fortunately, the waitrose on my street (Finchley Road) stocks it. It’s actually grown in British farms I hear.
Find some of my shots with this new fruit-love of mine and don’t forget to check your closest Waitrose for some yummy-ness.