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.




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Bag – Couronne. Boots – Zara. Skirt – Mango. Trench coat – YesStyle

And just like that, back home. Of course, jetlagged again up to my eyeballs, despite the numerous Red Bull showers I’ve taken in the past few hours and all that effort put into not trying to calculate what time it is in Seoul. The latter wasn’t too difficult, to be honest, addition was never my strong point. At some point during the day my body just keeled over and moaned like a pirate and I assumed it was past midnight in the Far East. My husband had suffered some kind of a food poisoning during the 13hour flight and had gone into man-flu mode the minute we landed. He slept till 4pm, woke up to pee, and muttered ‘I don’t feel jetlagged at all’ while I was sprawled, sluggish, in our open suitcases in the name of unpacking. Divorce him, I may. Anyhoo. While I was still up and unpacking (the whole five minutes) I found this – Daisy by Marc Jacobs – one of my favourite scents, a spritz of which took me straight back to this time last year when I had my NYC cherry popped. In fact, I started dreaming of the grand buildings, Central Park and yellow cabs, at which point the dirty laundry in our suitcases made for a soft bedding…

I won’t be travelling for NYFW this season, which pains my heart more than my jetlagged body cares for, but here’s a wee tip to those who will be there in the next week or so: A little bird tells me that there will be a Daisy pop-up store where the currency is not in $$ but ##. One cheeky tweet/a photo on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #MJDaisyChain will be all you need to claim a Daisy sample of your own – and since I won’t be there tweeting the life out of my phone in exchange for some Daisy top-up, or what I call, ‘NY-in-a-bottle’, I hope some of you will be able to. Make good memories!

The Daisy Marc Jacobs Tweet Shop will be in Soho, 462 West Broadway from 7-9 February (11am-7pm)

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  1. i love this scent!
    i got this perfume for my mum
    she loves it

  2. I’ll be heading to New York next week, but I think I may just miss out on all the NYFW fun, which is a little sad. I, do, however have my own bottle of Daisy. One of my favourites!

    xx Nicole

  3. I really have to try this scent!
    Mafalda ❤

  4. One of the best perfumes ever if you ask me, the bootle, the scent. Timeless and perfect xx


  5. Oh jetlag is never the one! Random question but what is the beautiful plant in this image?

    Xxx Cecil

  6. Ahhh I’ve always wanted to have this perfume! How I wish I’m in NYC right now so I can get my own in their pop-up store :(


  7. I <3 daisy!


  8. Thanks for the subtle GIF induced health freakout – for 30 seconds I thought I was having a brain haemorrhage before I realised the image was really changing…

  9. You’re welcome :)

  10. @Duck, HAHAHAHAHAHAH I LAUGHED SO HARD AT THIS COMMENT! Thank you for making my day!

  11. cuuuuteee.

  12. I love the pink coat! Do you have photos from Seoul? I would love to see those!

  13. […] This week, whilst the weather is grey and gloomy, you’ll be swept away by the dreamy pastel photography from the latest Park and Cube post which features Marc Jacob‘s cult scent, Daisy. Blogger Shini‘s outfit is gorgeous with complementing shades of baby pink, grey and white and that Couronne bag is to die for… {Park and Cube} […]

  14. Daisy is my favorite will be sure to check out the pop-up!


  15. love your look. i am big fan myself of Zara and especially the last collections. i find it so feminine and sexy.

    take a look on my blog at http://splashesandbeautiful.blogspot.de :)

  16. I love all the beautifully light colours. Eeeek!

  17. LOVE this outfit Shini, the muted pastels of the peach and the grey are super lovely! I was discussing visiting Seoul with my cousin and sister the other day, we’re going to try and visit next year!

  18. Love the pastel tones and the ZARA booties, niiiiice look as always Shini.


  19. Wonderful pictures!


  20. Love your boots, gorgeous colour

  21. love the post and the perfume!!


  22. Your collections are awesome.. Thanks for Sharing it..

  23. I love Daisy! My favourite fragrance <3


  24. […]     Daisy träumen […]

  25. Lovely pics!!! Looking forward to try it!

  26. […] the $$, an innovative social media twist that really made this campaign all the more special. Like I said before, I’d have happily tweeted my tails off for a top-up of Daisy or a piece of Langley Fox […]

  27. […] the $$, an innovative social media twist that really made this campaign all the more special. Like I said before, I’d have happily tweeted my tails off for a top-up of Daisy or a piece of Langley Fox […]

  28. I like these little cute stuffs.

  29. These little stuffs in the posts look great.

  30. These little stuffs in the posts look great.

  31. I think everything said was very logical. However,
    what about this? what if you were to write a killer headline?
    I ain’t saying your information is not solid, however suppose you added a title
    to possibly get a person’s attention? I mean Daisy dreaming | Park & Cube is
    a little boring. You ought to look at Yahoo’s front page and note how they create news headlines to get viewers to open the links.

    You might add a related video or a picture or two to grab readers excited about
    what you’ve written. Just my opinion, it might make your blog a little bit more interesting.

  32. It looks so beautiful and cute.