Hello #GF14! Want to join in the fun? This is my personal checklist of 10 things to do, to have the full experience.
Three of my favorite stops for a lovely Sunday morning in Ghent.Yummy brunch and pretty vintage? Check!
A street style session with fellow fashion victim and blogger Mara from Style Around.
As you might have suspected while reading this little spot I call a blog: I’m somewhat of a fashion victim :). And as those among you suffering from the same condition can probably confirm: one of its most annoying symptoms is its need for space. Lots of it. Obviously, if you’re not blessed with a Carrie-sized closet (which I can sadly confirm I am not), this can cause quite a problem. Through years of shopping and inheriting pretty pieces from… Read more »
My god, was this free Monday a dreary one, or what? Sweet spring, where have you gone? Luckily I didn’t need to go far to find shelter from all this greyness, as the second edition of the colorful Ghentmade craft market took place right around my corner! At Café La Lys (Meibloemstraat, Ghent), this neat little fair presented a sea of hand crafted jewelry, clothes, home decorations, … Nothing like a gathering of creative minds to brighten a dull day :) And boy… Read more »
As some of you might know, I hold a special place in my heart for my hometown Ghent. The perfect mix of hipness & history, there’s no place in our rainy little country I’d rather live. Today I’m sharing a very specific part of this precious city that I thought you might appreciate: some of my favorite vintage hotspots! Who knows, you might get some inspiration for a shopping trip over the upcoming long weekend :) Myriam Wulffaert Vintage (St.-Jacobsnieuwstraat… Read more »