Outfit// Number 10

Who knew that the weather actually could be better in Belgium than it is in Brazil at this time of the year? How weird it may sound.. it’s the truth! Last week I got back from beautiful Brazil after a wonderful and very pleasant weekend. I’ve stayed for a very short period, just a few days, as I was going to my first festival of the year already.. Tomorrowland Brazil! OH MYYYY… Can I already go back please?? The people, the atmosphere, everything was just right and perfect. Even the sun was shining whole weekend and as soon as we were leaving it started raining. Perfection very much if you ask me.

I just got back past week and I’m already planning my next trip, this time not as short as this one. I’m going to get my papers fixed hopefully this week so I can tell you all about it later! For now you can all enjoy my first festival outfit of the year.

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Jeans jacket: Mangano
Crop top: H&M
Long skirt: Carminn
Sneakers: Converse
Headband: Forever21
Bracelet and necklace: Forever21 & Mango
Watch: Michael Kors
Bag: Springfield

Special thanks to Premium goods & Pure diffusion pr.

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Personal// Packing bags

Hi you all! It’s that time again to pack my bags and I hate it.. choosing what to take for a certain period isn’t my cup of tea so I’ll probably take too much with me, more then I actually need. Oh well, I’m still a girly girl. I’m getting some stuff done right before leaving and I’m already thinking about the looks I wanna wear on Tomorrowland, Brazil. I love dressing up for festivals because you can think outside the box and have fun with the craziest combinations!

In preparation for my looks I’ve already done my nails with this very girly pink Pronails nail polish which I absolutely love. The color isn’t the one I’d wear on a daily base but for a festival I love to get crazy with some cheerful colors, Holla rainbow! The best thing about this nail polish is that it gets dry really fast, like reaaaallllyyy fast. As I can be very clumsy when it comes to doing my nails, think about doing them and then you have to go to the toilet and you punch your nail to something and have to do it all over again, I’m that kinda person. So yeah, let’s say this one is perfect for me!

As much as I’d love to keep on talking (actually writing but I’m talking to my own right now I’m typing this), I need to go and continue packing my bags and get my beauty sleep because I have a loooong flight ahead tomorrow!
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Nail polish: Pronails
Watch: Michael Kors
Ring: Swarovski

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Food// Banana chia pudding

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Breakfast is my favorite meal all time. You can experiment with so many different things and as I have a sweet tooth, it has to be sweet for me. So my breakfast always looks like a dessert and that’s also the main reason why I look forward having breakfast when waking up. Today I wanted to try out something new and it worked out really good. Chia Pudding! It has been around for quite some time now but I never tried it out until today. Chia seeds are packed with fibre, omega 3 and protein. It’s not only a good addition to your diet but also will help you to get full much faster! Hello perfect dessert or breakfast (or even snack)!

What you need:
– 3 tbsp chia seeds
– 250 ml almond milk
– 1 banana

Let’s cook!
1. Blend the banana together with the almond milk in a blender until it’s a bit creamy.
2. Pour the mixture into a jar or glass.
3. Stir 3 tbsp of chia seeds with the mixture. Be sure the seeds are divided over the whole jar or glass very well so stir very good!
4. Leave it in the fridge overnight or for +/- 4 hours.
5. Top it of with fruits, nuts and seeds of choice. I used raspberry and blueberries as I’m obsessed with these right now.

Bon appétit! 
Let me know how yours turned out and which fruits you used.

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Outfit// Ripped jeans

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Getting closer, getting closer.. to leaving Belgium one more time for beautiful Brazil again! I’m leaving on wednesday and I’m soooo looking forward to it! As my perfect luggage broke last time coming back I still didn’t find a new one.. So I have to deal with a small one trying to get ALL my clothes into it.. wish me good luck!

If there’s one trend I absolutely love and wish that it won’t go away it has to be the ripped jeans one. I’ve always liked a mix of something between being chiQ and sturdy.

Jacket: JBC x Alice Temperley
Top: H&M
Jeans: Zara
Sneakers: Converse
Bag: Michael Kors

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Food// Chicken with lemon and serrano ham

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I think this is actually one of my first, very serious and not lazy, recipe ever on the blog. Say what? Shaking things a little bit up haha! My mom has always been a huge cooking fan so I grew up trying out all different kitchens from all over the world, thank you mommy. I guess when it comes to cooking we have the same genetic taste. Ever since I started traveling on my own I’ve been experimenting with all different herbs and cooking styles etc.. Today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite ways to prepare a chicken breast in a different way.

Ingrediënts (2 persons) :
2 Chicken Fillets
4 Serrano Ham slices
2 Tbsp Virgin olive oil
2 Tbsp thyme leaves
1 lemon
Few fresh sprigs of thyme
Salt
Pepper

Let’s cook!

1. Heat the oven (200°C). If the chicken fillets are thick, cut them in 2 in the length first. Wrap each one loosely in cling film and crush it a little with a rolling pin. Lay each fillet back on a big, shallow baking dish. Put a slice of serrano ham on each chicken fillet.

2. Mix the oil in a bowl together with the thyme, pepper and salt. Put on each chicken fillet the same portion. Put on each filet a slice of lemon and sprinkle some thyme. Put in the oven for 25 min on 200°C, until the chicken is ready.

3. Dress the chicken fillet on a plate, together with a salad and use the sauce over the chicken fillets.

Serve & enjoy!

Let me know how yours turned out!
Personal tip: Don’t like Serrano ham? Use any other ham you like instead. Be creative!

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