Hey my loves.
A couple of weekends ago I had so many blogging events to attend in such a short span of time. On Friday, which is usually my off-day I wrote a test so I didn’t even get any time to prep or rest before the crazy weekend. On Saturday morning, I woke up feeling energetic and determined to get everything done by some miracle. The first event I had to attend was a festival. I’ve never been to any festival before so I was super keen to attend the Old N1 Spring Festival. The venue was at a beautiful wine farm, Du Toitskloof Cellar, Old N1 Road, Rawsonville.
We had never been there before so you can imagine how shocked we were to find out it was almost 69km away which made for a little road trip out of town. We even passed a tunnel which I have never done in Cape Town. I thought I had seen all or at least most of Cape Town’s beauty but the drive there boasted such gorgeous mountainous views. We got to see the hills and mountains from such a close angle and were in complete awe. Obviously the photos don’t do any justice but I tried my best to capture some good shots while I stared away in disbelief and thanked God for giving me the opportunity to live in such a beautiful part of the world.
For my outfit, I decided to get a little creative with the hair and opted for this silver bun look which I absolutely loved. Everyone kept stopping me to tell me how much they loved my look plus my Insta fam was so sweet with all the compliments. Thanks guys 🙂 Lucky for you, I filmed a tutorial of how I achieved my hairstyle which I will link here. So go have a watch and subscribe to my YouTube channel. 🙂
The top I wore is from this lovely designer brand in Cape Town called Pretty Young Things. The print is amazing right? And it’s perfect for summer. Check out their website to see what stock they have and order one for yourself too. 🙂 I’m actually planning to shoot a look book video in two of their tops as they were kind enough to send me two.
We didn’t stay too long as we had to head back early before it got dark. I rather enjoyed the wine and music. Guys! You need to visit wine farms in Cape Town. Each bottle of Chardonnay we had was like R40 which is such a good price because the quality was A1 and the price would have probably doubled or tripled in super markets.
By the time we got back I was super exhausted and went straight to bed unable to attend the day’s second event which was a wildlife and art conservation dinner at another wine farm. But anyway, we win some, we lose some right? Here’s a short vlog I put together which is now live on my YouTube channel. Make sure to watch it and subscribe to my channel.
Until next time