Styling the Seasons|November

Styling the Seasons November

It has been a few months since I was last able to join in with ‘Styling the Seasons’, so I’m happy to be back in the styling groove this November. November is also a special month as there is a competition running until the 29th where participants have the chance to win one of Emily Quinton’s Makelight sessions. I’ve just had a sneak peek of this class via a week’s worth of free mini tutorials that Emily ran and it looks good! So here’s my entry above.

There’s a bit of a story behind this image that I wanted to share with you. For the past few years, T and I have had a pre-Christmas trip to Paris. We have a little tradition as I mentioned in my previous blog post, where we visit a specialist tea shop called Dammaan and buy their Christmas tea. This year, as I’m sure you’ll appreciate, we have had to postpone our plans to visit. We are fortunate to have made friends with a wonderful woman whose apartment we rent when we visit and she has kindly agreed for us to use it in the New Year instead. So in tribute to a wonderful city where T and I have so many happy memories, I decided to share a little of the tea and a infuser that we brought from the store last year. I shall drink it with fondness and pray for more peaceful times ahead for this beautiful city. In my opinion, there really is no better city on earth than Paris. (Apart from London of course!)

Styling the seasons Nov 2

Have you joined in with this month’s styling the seasons? Do leave a comment and let me know if you have. You can find out more information about the monthly styling project here.

Images: Celebrate Creation

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