Tuesday, July 24, 2012

A traveller's diary

Back at Home!


There is a lovely lovely island located in the Caribbean region, next to the Coast of Venezuela.
A small Gem that shines brightly and that is enlightened by the sun. Mi dushi Kòrsou [My lovely Curaçao] it is! An island that is known for its crystal clear waters and colourful Dutch architectures........I'm home!

After waking up at 4 o'clock in the morning, spending 9 lovely hours of flight,[ I was sitting next to 2 of the nicest ladies ever] I can finally sit back, relax and enjoy the best weather ever, reunite with my family and friends that I missed so much, and most of all enjoy the Sea, Sand and Sun!


The Queen Juliana bridge shot by Moi through the car window, the other pics are at Riffort village.

Yum yum ..just had to have some delicious Java chicken, noodles and fried Banana

Love the Indian inspired and beaded wooden bangels


What better treat than my favorite: starbuck's Frappuccino


Beautiful sunset at Banda bou's Grote Knip
On this simple sunshiny beautiful day I chose to keep it fresh, and bright. 
A simple clutch, cute necklace and bright neon nail polish in contrasting colors will immediately boost some simple basics. I added the straw fedora, and wooden accessories to neutralize the rest of the look. 
And to top two whole outfit, I added the biggest smile I could ever have! So Happy to be home!

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Monday, July 16, 2012

Island Style

The Caribbean Touch

Red Golden and Green seem like the typical colours you think of when dreaming of the Caribbean.

That's exactly what was on my mind during the last few days that I spent in the Netherlands. In that Rainy weather, the only possible thing running through my head was Sea, Sand and Sun.

For my outfit, I was attracted by the typical Jamaican pride and the colourful schemes of a bagian english woman. Caribbean women always wear bright colours combined with comfort and protection for unexpected weather elements awaiting them outside.











I got the vintage skirt from my favourite vintage shop Episode....I'm just fascinated by it's bright red colour and the way it effortlessly moves when the wind blows.Wearing it with a straw Fedora and platform loafers fulfilled that sandy Caribbean look.

Photos were taken By R.Clements: All pictures are property of MyPersonalExperience and are not meant for personal use, if you desire to do so, please contact me.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

...And all that 'Fro

Fearlessly Natural..


Tremendously beautiful is the 'Fro, which frames the strong features of a woman of African descent.
With It's rich texture and colour, it's wild spinning coils... All part of a diverse, multicultural ethnicity. 
These muses Fearlessly flaunt their tresses, while rocking the best of style.
It's the freedom that comes with showing part of who we really are.

Different women, from different backgrounds with a variety in tastes, they all transcend their ideals 
for fashion. From the Ultra Chic Somalian Julia Sarr-Jamois to the earthy and soulful Esperanza Spalding, The 'fro definitely knows no boundaries to style.... 



Gabi, Plus size model and Blogger of GabiFresh.com

Jazz Contrabassist and Grammy award winner Esperanza Spalding

The army look framed perfectly with coils


Julia Sarr-Jamois, Somalian Ex-model and currently the fashion editor of  Wonderland Magazine






Solange has  less of that "In your face glamour", and sports these beautiful tribal prints
these have been a huge Hit for this summer.


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