Love Actually Wednesdays: Roman & Adriana

Couple: Roman & Adriana

How long have they been together: Is been 1 moth of LOVE & sparks!

Where are they from: From the historic city of Puebla ( Adriana has been in brooklyn since she was 7 years-old while Roman moved to the Big Apple 3 years ago.

Where did you meet: They meet through Facebook.

What’s your favorite memory as a couple: They said they’re working on it.

What’s your favorite thing to do in NYC: They love to walk in the sand at the beach –and they usually see each other 3 days a week.

Should couples have sex on the first date: the Two frightened ( Mexican culture is very different, when it comes to sex from what I know “because I’m Mexican” they have to date for a while first and when they finally feel comfortable with each other.

Here is my question to you, “Is Facebook  the new match.com?”

 

Love Actually Wednesdays: Tom & Lisa

Couple: Tom & Lisa

How long have they been together: For 5 amazing years.

Where are they from: They are proud to announce: New York City.

Where did you meet: They met at one of the most famous place in NYC Coffe Shop in Union Square.

First Date Scenario: Tom & Lisa decided to have their first date at Coffee Shop — sexy and caffeinated.

This interview was very short because they were walking little Bruttis, but the happy couple is engaged to be married in December!

CONGRATS!

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Love Actually Wednesdays: Kevin & Megan

Couple: Kevin & Megan

How long have they been together: For 2 glamourous and romantic years.

Where are they from:  Ohio, but Kevin’s been living in NYC  for 5 years while  Megan moved to the Big Apple 2 years ago.

Where was your first date: They went to a bar in the east village to find love–they actually found cheap beer as well.  “New York City baby, this is how we roll”

What’s your favorite memory as a couple: Vacations–because of the great times we have  together.

What’s your favorite thing to do in NYC: Going to the green market and  and walking around the city, hand-in-hand.

Do you believe in love at the first sight: They giggled and left me wondering what that was all about.

Should couples have sex on the first date: He said I don’t see a problem with it, but then she said,  “Depends on the attitude.”  I was confused about that one.

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Love Actually Wednesdays: Oliver & Louisa

Love Actually Wednesdays: Oliver & Louisa

Couple: Oliver & Louisa
How long have they been together: They’ve been in each other’s arms for 2.5 years
Where did you meet: They meet at work — dull but sexy!
First date: After work they went to a bar and got down and dirty!
What’s your favorite thing to do in NYC: They been living in NYC for 1 yr & they love to eat–so you’ll find them trying out new and fabulous NYC restaurants. “Who doesn’t love NY food?!” He exclaimed!
What’s you favorite memory as a couple: Oliver: “Ooh that is a tough one but it’s not one specific memory, but it’s when we cook together.

Do you believe in love at first sight?: Both giggled, “Yes!”

Do you think couples should have sex in the first date?: Oliver: “I don’t see a problem with that.” But Louisa added: “I think we had sex on our first date?”Oliver interjected: “And it was very memorable!”

London Style News: Fragrance Obssesion

London Style News: Fragrance Obssesion

This week I am obsessed about fragrances and it is only fair that I let you all in to my gorgeously smelly world. You know the deal with scents, right? Its amazing how different smells can remind you of places, people and moments in your past. Right? Every time I smell apple tea it takes me back 20 years, I am sitting on a boat somewhere near Turkey and my grandparents are drinking apple tea. Aveda’s purple shampoo takes me back to having white blonde hair when I was in my 20’s. The newest addition to my “smell memory” is Hermes Terre d’Hermes which is worn on occasions by the man in my life. It floors me every time, takes me back into his arms. Really is no wonder that I spray it on my tanktop when I go to sleep when he is away for business.

This week I am obsessed about fragrances and it is only fair that I let you all in to my gorgeously smelly world. You know the deal with scents, right? Its amazing how different smells can remind you of places, people and moments in your past. Right? Every time I smell apple tea it takes me back 20 years, I am sitting on a boat somewhere near Turkey and my grandparents are drinking apple tea. Aveda’s purple shampoo takes me back to having white blonde hair when I was in my 20’s. The newest addition to my “smell memory” is Hermes Terre d’Hermes, which is worn on occasions by the man in my life. It floors me every time, takes me back into his arms. Really is no wonder that I spray it on my tank top when I go to sleep when he is away for business. He does not know this, so be quiet! This week I have picked my three favourite scents (at the moment at least, flaky as ever).

Aveda, Chakra 1
The first one isn’t really a fragrance, but I thought I should introduce you all to Aveda’s Chakra Series. As we all know, there are seven chakras in the body all of which play a significant part in the way we feel and are. I don’t understand any of this as not that spiritual. However, the least I can do is to feel a little balanced at times. I have tried most of the products and so far my favourite remains the Chakra 1. “Chakra 1 is the centre where we ground ourselves and take care of our basic needs. When the root chakra is balanced, one has good energy, a feeling of security and a healthy body awareness”. This body spray smells amaze and I have to admit, it does work. I use it when feeling especially over worked and spinning like no tomorrow. It calms me down. Sorted.

Jo Malone, Vetyver
Its spring time in London, FINALLY. After a very grey and wet winter we have been having sunshine and warmth for the last week. So, it was about time I switched away from my winter scent to more spring appropriate one. I couldn’t go all the way to my summer version yet, so Vetyver by Jo Malone is perfect. It smells divine. Its built around bergamot, nutmeg and cedarwood. Three of my favorites notes when it comes to fragrances. Really no wonder I like this one so much. On a days I feel particularly adventurous, I spray on this with little Grapefruit from Jo Malone as well. Mix and match. That’s how you create your own perfect scent.

Diptyque, Philosykos
As you may have gathered I do switch scents as the season go by. However, there is one fragrances that remains on my top spot, be it rainy in the fall, sunny in the spring or freezing cold in the winter. Diptyque, Philosykos has become my signature scent without a doubt. If I could only wear one scent for the rest of my life, this would be it. It’s like sunshine on my skin on a Greek island. I should really not be telling you all this as I truly enjoy smelling unique. Not often does someone walk past and I smell figs. Its special, its mine and I love it.

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