It's almost Christmas

dimanche, novembre 23, 2014


Hello peeps!! 

It's been a week since my last post. Today i'm gonna write about Christmas! Everybody loves Christmas. I spent a few days in central Paris this week, and i can already say that Winter is nearly here and Christmas too. The four pictures above, were all taken by myself during the week near Place Vendôme. I also went to the Christmas Market who opened 5 days ago! 

The Christmas market in Paris is located down the Champs Elysees and is HUGE! Probably one of the biggest that exists in Europe. There are a lot of things. You can see a lot of handmade products, christmas decorations, and of course, a lot of toys. In the small Christmas cottages, there are also plenty of food: waffles, candies, toffee apples, churros, but also hot chocolate drinks or hot wine. I mean...it's a kind of paradise!!!

Walking in these Christmas vibes made me think about my Christmas wishlist. So i tried to make one, but I think, as you grow older, your christmas list gets smaller and the things you really want for the holidays can’t be bought... But here's my Christmas wishlist cause everybody makes one for Christmas, right? Right??!


My Christmas Wishlist:

- a Marc Jacobs watch (or a Michael Kors one, i'm not really sure which one i prefer),
- a Michael Kors medium bag in black color,
- all of the NYX mate lipsticks they ever created (this one more than the others tho),
- the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette,
- the POREfessional by Benefit Cosmetics,
- this bomber jacket from WeSC, or this one from Asos,
- winter sweaters, this coat/faux fur from Asos, nice lace bras, those Nike baskets...
- tickets for Ed Sheeran's concert in February in Paris (which is already sold-out


A nice song for Christmas:

You may have heard it before, but some of the best artists alive did a song for a really good cause. In "best artists" i'm talking about One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Emeli Sandé, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Bastille.. Chris Martin (Coldplay) and Bono (U2) were also on board. The group covered the track Do They Know It's Christmas? originally written in 1984 by Geldof, but this time to raise money towards the Ebola crisis.

You can download the single 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' on iTunes to join the fight against ebola. You can also donate to stop the virus. And if you want more informations, you can follow Band Aid 30 on Twitter





 So guys, what’s on your Xmas Wishlist?
 

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