It’s always fun to receive your fabulous feedback on my posts and I am so excited to share this new shoot with you all. We shot this at a very gorgeous location called St. Georges Tavern, a really cool bar and a restaurant in downtown New York, with a very rustic interiors and very friendly ambience. Their food and drinks are worth trying and it is a popular spot among office crowd.
Well, coming on to the look, I love wearing ruffle skirts because it makes me feel like I am still a teenager and attending my prom. I scored this skirt and this tube-top from H&M SALE a few months ago (find similar in the links provided below). The sequined top adds a whole lot of glamour to the full look. I tied my hair into a high pony tail to accentuate my make up and put more focus on my face. These Python pumps are my favorite as these are gifted to me by my very dear friend and it almost goes with everything I wear because of it’s neutral color.
A glass of wine says it all, I am ready to hit the party in this look, Are you?
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I am so excited to share our Norway experiences with you. Norway is such a beautiful country. The landscape here is breathtaking and so splendid that I just wanted to stay there forever. I wanted to do New Zealand so bad because of the Fjords, but then I found out that Norway also have some gorgeous Fjords and not just Fjords, there is so much natural beauty to see in this small country.
It is one of the most scenic Scandinavian countries, though, food is not much of a highlight here. Viking history is fun to learn about. We were there for four days and since it was summer, not a good time to find northern lights, so we didn’t go to much higher latitude. During this time you have full 24 hours of daylight, which in itself is a different experience altogether. We decided to spend two days in Alesund, a gorgeous art noveau town by the water. Next day, we drove to Geirenger and took a private boat tour to see and experience the fjords. We spent a whole day in Geirenger and drove to Dalsnibba mountain and lake Djupvatnet. Next day, we drove to Oslo and spent a day there and explored the city. It was definitely a short trip, so I saved a lot of places for next time as I want to come back and see the northern lights from Norway.
Alesund: Walk in the old city, hike to the view point for the beautiful city views.
Geirenger: Fjords, Seven sisters waterfall, Bachelor waterfall, Dalsnibba mountain, Djupvatnet glacial lake and there are also must go view points.
Oslo: Viking ship Museum, Royal Palace, Frogner Park, Akershus Fort, Hollmenkolen ski mueseum
What to wear? North was cold, but during the day time you just need a fall/wind jacket to protect yourself from the wind. Oslo was celebrating summer, so it was pretty much like New York summer. I wore a comfortable pair sneakers through out the trip to make my feet happy.