Title: Euriental - fashion & luxury travel
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Euriental - fashion & luxury travel HOME ABOUT ABOUT MODEL PORTFOLIO FEATURES AND PRESS OUTFITS TRAVEL AUSTRALIA BELGIUM CHINA FRANCE GERMANY GREECE HONG KONG ICELAND INDONESIA ITALY JAPAN PHILIPPINES PORTUGAL SPAIN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND TAIWAN THAILAND TURKEY UAE UK USA SHOP CONTACT 9 Aug 2016 Lotty B Mustique Wake up, throw on a bikini, grab a cortado and a pan con jamón y tomate next door, head down to the beach. Every morning begins the same way in this little Spanish town in Valencia. Hang out at the beach until lunch time, stuff ourselves with paella or fideua or arroz al horno (oh God, I'm hungry), fall asleep on the sofa, head back to the beach. When your days revolve around basically lolloping around the beach and getting dressed only for meals, something easy to slip in and out of is preferable. No struggling to squeeze into shorts when you're still wet from the ocean. This Lotty B sarong from Pink House Mustique in gorgeous silk charmeuse is officially my new beach must-have. From the rolled hems to the incredible, almost watery softness of the sueded finish, it not only looks great but feels luxurious to the touch. Worn here as a halterneck dress, but just as easily works as a wrap, a strapless dress or a silky skirt. Wearing: sarong c/o Pink House Mustique 3 comments 4 Aug 2016 Rock is my religion I love band t-shirts but they never seem to fit properly. They're boxy, they're stiff, they're shapeless. I'd love to find a brand that does soft-feeling, well-fitting metal & rock and metal t-shirts for women - if you know of one in the UK, please share! Forever 21 does a few, but most of theirs don't feature the bands I'm into, and the sizes are kind of off - the tank I'm wearing here is a size XS, for example...but I struggle to keep it high enough to cover my bra in the front. On the other hand, it is very useful for hot summer days in the city when I just want something loose-fitting. I've also developed a real affinity for linen - this ASOS skirt is a fine example. I don't really mind the crumpling that tends to occur with linen. It's relaxed, comfortable and translates easily from spring to autumn: I mean, this simple little skirt has been worn a handful of times already in the short time that's passed since I bought it. Wearing: Forever 21 tank ASOS skirt, similar here Zara heels, similar here Diesel sunglasses 6 comments 28 Jul 2016 Hyatt Regency, New Jersey Yep, back we flew for Memorial Day weekend. I just can't get enough. New York is such an exciting place with a fantastically diverse and high quality food culture and it's fast become one of my favourite cities for a short getaway. On this occasion, we decided to begin our stay with a night across the water - at the Hyatt Regency New Jersey. I've never understood the disdain many NY-ers seem to have for NJ, but I love that side of the river! It's still somewhat 'up and coming' but great little spots have opened up (try Razza for freshly made pizza with seasonal ingredients, and definitely go to Short Grain for an amazing Vietnamese cold brew) and it has a very cool, laidback vibe. Over in NY, we visited some of the usuals: had drinks at Mother of Pearl, hung out around Bryant Park, got our coffee fix at Blue Bottle, etc. We did try out a few great new (to us) food spots, which I'll share with you in the next NY post. But I'm telling you...don't write off New Jersey. It's well worth checking out, and I will definitely stay at the Hyatt Regency there again. How amazing is our suite? Just waking up to that view of the NY skyline was enough to sell me. 24 comments 7 Jul 2016 Hyatt Regency London: The Churchill Banishing post-Maldives blues with a staycation seemed the smart thing to do. So we used one of our earned Hyatt suite upgrades to take advantage of a stay at the Hyatt Regency Churchill in London on a sunny weekend last month. What's in the area? Nearest tube stations are Marble Arch (central line) and Bond Street (central and jubilee lines). The Hyatt Regency sits pretty much in between the two. Selfridges is round the corner if you're looking to shop or grab lunch at their food court (London's best salt beef sandwiches are to be found at The Brass Rail). Those craving a strong, great-tasting coffee can head to nearby Workshop coffee for their fix. How was the stay? Having a Regency suite is fantastic - using our free suite upgrade here was well worth it. These certificates are just one of the benefits that come with being a Hyatt Diamond member, not to mention guaranteed late checkout, access to an executive lounge throughout the day, and breakfast included in your stay. Hotel executive lounges tend to be hit or miss, depending on the location and particular hotel in question. The Churchill's lounge is up there with some of the nicest. It's bright, spacious, welcoming; the canapés are delicious and the alcohol on offer is decent. Even when breakfast, afternoon tea or cocktail hour aren't on, there are still a number of complimentary snacks to nibble on, including entire freshly baked cakes, cookies and a generous selection of teas and coffee. Favourite feature? The food on offer at the executive lounge - it was impossible to resist a slice of freshly baked Victoria Sponge. Anything that could be improved upon? The balconies could do with a couple of plants - maybe bamboo? - on either side for more privacy from other terrace suites. For those wondering how to reach Hyatt Diamond status, I'd be happy to do a post on that later! Let me know if that sounds like something you'd like to see. 19 comments 3 Jul 2016 The Quiet Zone, Conrad Maldives With this post, the Maldives chapters wind down to a close. Which is probably for the best, because I can only post so many nostalgic photos, gazing wistfully at the screen and sighing until Jarv asks what's up. The Quiet Zone. Does what it says on the tin. This adults only pool and lounge is where sun seekers come to luxuriate in peace and quiet; no splashing, no shouting, no excitement here, thank you. Just tranquil bliss. Photogenic herons welcome. Wearing: c/o JYY sunglasses, c/o TRIANGL bikini 15 comments PREVIOUS POSTS Loading... INSTAGRAM @euriental Subscribe to Euriental About Contact Press ? Euriental 2016 All rights reserved. Any use of content must be properly linked back to this site. Thank you!