Going to see Shakespeare under the stars in Rome

A warm September evening in Rome. So why not do something different? An open-air Shakespeare play in Villa Borghese.




By the way I made those little shorts myself 🙂
I suggest you all to go to these open-air plays that are currently going on in Villa Borghese, Rome. They are fantastic. You can even get a nice aperitivo for 10 euro before you go and watch the play. It is long (usually 2 hours) and I do advise you to bring your own pillow with you if you decide to go with the cheap ticket(10 euro) and sit on the floor.

On another note, soon my dear followers I will post some updates on Dubai. Just so busy right now for the next few weeks.



Summer Photoshoot in Fascist Rome


This was a very enjoyable shoot I did in the midst of Rome’s Fascist area called EUR, which was built by Mussolini. Lots of striking colours and strong poses



I worked with a great Italian/German photographer called Gianmarco Giorgi





If you would like to see more photos by Gianmarco Giorgi check out his website
See you soon guys! My next post will be from Dubai

Ibiza rocks – style guide.

Holiday time! 1 week in Ibiza with one of my Besties.  The Fashion is colourful, vibrant and definitely out there. Lot’s of neon, lot’s of skin and what’s worn in Ibiza tends to  stay in Ibiza!



Little short black and white dress made of Bikini material, hence perfect for a pool party, worn with a bikini underneath. As for shoes, flats are best as you will be dancing a lot (I mean a lot), so I opted for glittery, see-through, rubber water sandals. They were very on trend this summer in Europe, especially in the UK and Ireland


You can never be without sunglasses here, particular at night. You will need them to disguise your poor little tired eyes.:(


For chilling at the beach, it is best to keep it simple. I chose cropped denim shorts and a colourful scarf to use as a Bandeau top. I love light scarves like these as they can be used for anything, very practical on holiday


Be ready to use your day outfit as clubbing outfit too. As there is just no time to rest. Be ready to party day AND night in the same clothes.


No holiday is complete without Bikini wear. Of course I couldn’t resist buying an Ibiza rocks Bikini top in Penneys/Primark when I saw it. Haha



Some neon goes down a treat on this party island! You might want to pair a lime green cropped top with a green/turquoise coloured mini skirt or some neon pink like my friend is wearing. No worries to looking a bit “too much”, the more “trashier” the better really. Go wild and experiment with some fun styles that you would never wear at home!


For a more chilled evening head to Ibiza town and try some of the local tapas. This was our first night and we decided to take it easy after landing pretty late. Of course it didn’t stay like that and we ended up in one of Ibiza’s most famous clubs Pacha until the early hours. So once again be ready to party at all times and wear shoes in which you can dance for hours. My friend chose a colourful little jumpsuit for this occasion and flat sandals. Easy, comfortable and looks nice. While I wore a brown fake leather skirt (that is actually a top) and a cropped army green top with some medium-height platform flip-flops. I love these flip-flops as they are so easy to slip into and also have a little height.


The last night, well what can I say, it definitely was a wild one! Neon party, so lots of paint coming at you from everywhere. Make sure to wear something you don’t really care about. Although we didn’t know we were going here. We sort of decided last minute while out having a drink in Ibiza town. But sure why not end the holiday with a bang. Both of us wore a black top with multicoloured shorts. Most of our clothes shown in this post are from a shop called catch on upper Liffey street in Dublin. The perfect shop for a pre Ibiza holiday shopping spree.