We spent NYE at my house with my aunt’s family next door, but I always like to dress up for these kinds of events. I had nothing else planned after midnight, but that didn’t stop me from wearing my new dress which I brought from London. I wish the photos were better, because the outfit was really amazing in real life, and these photos definitely don’t make the outfit justice, and neither do to me (I look like 80kilos in these photos). But taking photos indoors at night is always difficult for me. I did my best to show you what I was wearing that night so I really hope you like it.
Christmas is just around the corner, and I’ve promised to make a post on what you can wear to Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties, as I did last year. The season calls for party dresses full of sequins and bling, but there are many more options for everyone’s taste. Today, I’ve prepared a guide for you, with styles you could choose from, for the parties you have to attend during the holidays. Take a look!
Hello sweeties! How was your week? It’s Friday today, and I’m really excited, cause we’re almost 1 week away from my little Blog’s first anniversary, which gives me great pleasure. I may have a surprise for you, but you will have to stay tuned to find out, so follow this blog any way you like! I would be grateful.
I’m also really excited to finally have the holiday photos ready for you, as I promised on my previous posts! As many of you may already expect, there are mostly food pictures, a few gifts, decorations and some miscellaneous stuff. But those of you who follow my blog for a long time, know how much I love cooking and baking. So let’s get started!
Every year around Christmas, for the last 5-6 years, it has become a tradition for me to make Christmas treats. It may have taken me a little bit longer this year due to the problem I had with my oven, but I finally made them. My close relatives and friends know by now that they should expect a big platter of my homemade melomakarona as a gift. Melomakarona are a traditional dessert of Greek cuisine, prepared primarily during the Christmas holiday season. They can be generally described as “Christmas cookies soaked in syrup of diluted honey (méli in Greek) and then sprinkled with crushed walnuts” (source).