I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.


A little peek at what’s in my carry-on!


Sunglasses – Carrera by Jimmy Choo



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Coat – Mango. Jeans – James Jeans. Shoes – Zara. Bag – L.K.Bennett. Rolly bag – Longchamp

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(Rollover to activate numbers ↑)

Rosamundthe gentlewoman that has been accompanying me on many flights of late. Has a soft suede heart, and capability of holding many stories (by way of Kindle) and secrets.
A cashmere scarf that fits in tight corners and folds out into a creamy cloud around your neck, should you wish to hide that double-chin on your snooze. Alternative to the U-shaped flight pillow I never remember to buy.
Carrera by Jimmy Choo – ready for landing, for that rockstar moment when you step out of the airport in a sunny country and you find yourself sporting two more carry-on’s under your eyes.
‘Shut up, I’m fabulous’ rose-gold headphones by Frends. Perfect for NOT hearing the We’re boarding announcements and being that ‘fashionably late’ passenger that gets all the attention in the world. Clever.
Limousine for key items for any trip: the Louis Vuitton Mon Monogram travel wallet – does not come with a mini-fridge with champagne, but does have compartments for different currencies. As if I’m going on more than one destination at a time, pffsh.
Airport pouch by the geniuses (geniusi?) at Muji – mine’s a small version but they come in larger sizes (within airport regulation) for shorter trips where you don’t wish to check-in one lone shampoo bottle.
Fences and Windows by Naomi Klein, amazing read – but sometimes used as alternative to sleeping pill on longer flights. Must’ve read the same sentence in that on chapter about five times now.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 S Pen only comes out above 10,000 ft – highly practical when re-thinking your life and writing down life goals that you’ll never read again. Also partner in crime for item .
Snacks – Because somebody is always too impatient for the food trolley to roll by. Plus, I’ve never seen a flight offer Coconut Water (more potassium than four bananas – try taking four bananas on board), and until that day, I will insist on bringing one aboard.
Trusty Casio on my wrist. I don’t want our plane to crash because I turned on my mobile to check the time, thank you. BECAUSE THAT’S A THING APPARENTLY.
Mulberry envelope pouch I got for £25 in Bicester Village, used as foreign currency wallet, or what is now a mixture of Yens, Euros, Dollars, Pounds and Wons, and a game of is this your country’s money at checkout.

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  1. Gorgeous post and photos! Curious how you did the roll over numbers in the last image? So slick :)

  2. perfect scarf.x


  3. Inspiring me for my next getaway.

  4. Love the scarf!

  5. Those headphones are amazing, I need them in my life immediately. Hope you had a great trip!

    Tweet Tweet x

  6. Sharon

    I love your L. K Bennett purse!
    It’s pretty funny about your book because I use my book as an alternative to sleeping pill, too- not even on a long flight.


    I visit your blog almost every other day and just get ideas on how to dress for fall, although, here in Southern California, the weather is pretty monotonous.

  7. Leora

    Is that a product by La Roche Posay? I mysteriously looks like it but has a red square above the name so I’m left wondering!

  8. Yup it’s this one here! http://bit.ly/17D0ttn

  9. Indeed, amazing way to show information through the rollover numbers!!

  10. You make yourself appear as a packing goddess when it comes to luggage. Unfortunately for you though, I know much better after following you for some time. I also really want the Frends headphones now.

    The Fashann Monster

  11. I love how you’re such an efficient packer! I’m horrible at packing!

  12. Lovely model bag! It is interesting to observe the contents of women’s handbags ))

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  13. I love your black handbag, it’s gorgeous!
    Mafalda ❤

  14. Stylish! I usually look bedraggled after a flight….

  15. Amazing stuff :) Where are you going?


  16. Nowhere for a while now! Just thought I’d put this together after the exhausting past month of travel ;)

  17. Not gonna lie. Love reading your posts because they make me smile after a brutal workout session that makes me want to die. Horray! x

  18. Anna

    Is this the medium or large size Rosamund? Thanks X

  19. I’m liking your thoughts on coconut water…why eat four bananas when I can just drink a wee lil coconut juice box?

  20. Love the bag! Such a tease for me since I’ve been looking for a similar style to haul around lately. This post gave me the travel itch, darn.

  21. Love the latest travel post! Especially enjoyed description for 4 and 11.

  22. Joan

    Luv how you shared what was in your bag! Please do more. God Bless U.

  23. ayy_ayy

    Love the bag!

    And the transparent pouch is really helpful. :)

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