The Weekender Series – Christmas, Sunsets & What I Wore

In addition to blog more I’ve introduced a new series titled ‘The Weekender’. I’ll include visuals of what I wore, views, location and food. I’ll compile images from both the weekday and weekend. It’s a vlog but written, titled, the weekender.

Tis’ the season of endless joy and excitement. Christmas time is all about family, food and gifts. Unfortunately though, with the pandemic happening there will be no cozy family gatherings or carols but irregardless we still celebrate such a beautiful occasion. So, with all things food, outfits and vibes here’s a Merry post for you to enjoy.

December 24th,

Okay, with Christmas a day away what better way to prep and get everything in place, right? Get your nails in check, hair and most importantly, your skin! I tried out a sheet mask that is from a Korean brand called Quret, Lifting Care Mask. I wanted something that would just give me an overall shine and lock in moisture in my skin and with a product that does include snail extract I pretty much did achieve that. It’s so moisturizing and hydrating and really gives plentiful nourishment and left my skin elastic-like and glossy. J and I also went out and tried a new restaurant around the Parkhurst area called The Station which has replaced Rockets (which we loved going to) and honestly, not bad at all. The service was good and we had such an attentive waiter. I tried the Kingsley Chicken Kebab with spinach and mash and J had the Rump Steak with blue cheese and his veggie dish was spinach, pumpkin and mash. And yes, I was highkey jealous that he got pumpkin. Also, we shared a Cajun Calamari starter which was good too! Also, check out the pretty sunset snaps! Random, but still pretty.

Quret Lifting Care Mask, Snail
Time : 19:15
Date : 18 December 2020
Time : 19:13
Date : 23 December 2020
What I’m wearing:
Pants, H&M
Shirt, H&M
Shoes, Mr Price
Bag, Cotton On
📍 The Station
Kingsley Chicken Kebabs w/ veggies
Rump Steak w/ blue cheese + veggies (pumpkin, mash & spinach)

December 25th,

A Merry Christmas to you & yours, my extended internet family. I felt so much gratitude and wanted to share how grateful I am for all ‘The Haut Aesthetics’ viewers and visitors and the love that has circulated throughout the Haut community. With that said, please be kind to yourself and the people around you. You are loved, valuable and needed. I feel so grateful to spend the Christmas with my loved ones. Sending you virtual hugs filled with love, light and peace. Let’s also remember to stay safe, healthy and responsible.

Lamb + Dumpling + Green Peas w/ mushrooms, feta & herbs + roasted potatoes
The perfect Christmas gift from my lover! He bought my domain name for my site and it felt like such a dream come true (still feels like it)
What I’m wearing:
Pants, The Fix
Top, Superbalist
Shoes, Woolworths
Earrings, H&M

December 26th,

Happy Boxing Day (I still don’t know what the day is all about and I’m yet to educate myself about this public holiday). This was a very relaxed, chilled-day out kinda day. Our initial plan was to go to the cinema so we stopped by FireRoom (Monte Casino) and tried out a Dim Sum starter with Prawns and our main meals were so good. I had sushi and J tried out a burger. And actually, I learnt something knew on that day… Am I the only one who doesn’t know about wagyu meat? We than decided to instead stop by Turn & Tender and we had drinks while mister watched the Arsenal vs Chelsea game. His team won so yes, the night ended good.

Wagyu Burger + Fries
California Rolls w/ avo, cucumber + rocket
📍 Turn & Tender

December 27th,

Today was more of a very easy going day. I mean Sunday has that energy to it, right? We decided to have supper around the Parkhurst area and went to The Station which we have previously went to before. J and I both had the Prawn & Chicken pasta which is originally called the Prawn & Chorizo dish. Because we both don’t eat pork a substitute for the Chorizo was Chicken.

Thank you all for the great reviews and interests with regards to this series in particular. Have a joyous time celebrating with your loved ones. Let’s not forget to keep safe!