The year 2020 is coming to an end with the good and bad things it brought. Early 2020, the fear of the global pandemic left many devastated. Our lives became limited to our 17inch size of our computer screen. We developed new vocabularies – Quarantine, social distancing, lockdown, PPL e.t.c. We also became this knockoff.
The festive holidays are here (Christmas And Newyear), and there is no such thing as too much glitter, sparkle, sequin and all things metallics. It’s in our festive home decor, fashion style, and our beauty looks. We’ve picked our favourite Chiristmas’s and Newyear’s dresses or jumpsuits whichever suit your mood, we should also not forget.
Winter is finally here and it’s the best time to try out new scents. Spritzing on perfume with perfect scent before dashing out of the door is the best empowerment and confidence you can start your day with. You can try new scents from sweet to sensual to woody, whatever you choose, always make sure.
Knit wear is one of the answers to the unpredictable fall weather. The fall weather is beautiful don’t get me wrong, why? because the crispy gentle breath of wind shortly after the humid summer days is so beautiful and refreshing but can also go from just enough coolness to a very ashy cold days within.
Sweatshirt hoodies have become part of winter basics, yes, from turtlenecks, to bodysuits and now sweatshirt hoodies. Sweatshirt hoodies can be worked into your winter syle looks, you can wear your hoodies underneath your coats paired with a good jeans and ankle boots and you’re good to go. It can be worn to run errands.
Now that the holiday season is fast approaching and when we think you’ve got all you need on time for the holidays, don’t forget to add scented candles to your checklist. Scented candles will put you in the holiday spirit faster than sweaters, sweatpants, hot chocolate and other things that makes you feel cosy. Whilst.
The season to sparkle has come, and we’re not letting the current global pandemic to stop us. We don’t know the next step after the second lockdown, are we gathering with our family this year? or we are sticking to the same zoom/digital gathering? There are so many questions, but one thing that’s for sure,.
As we have put all things in place for the christmas eve, christmas day and the parties, it’s easy to forget about the newyear’s celebration especially if the festives have been spent in isolation due to global health pandemic. Nevertheless, we should always have something to celebrate, from the covid’19 vaccine rollout, to the new.