[ moroccan valentines ]

My dear brother and our friend Josh took me out to a Moroccan restaurant/lounge for Valentine’s Day and it was fabulous. Being thousands of miles away from home, I am so lucky to have spent the night with people who love me. It was a night of belly dancing, yummy food, hookah, good conversation, and a lot of laughs. I later got a chance to take a bunch of balloons back to my apartment and wake up in a cloud of hearts floating above my head. Magical :). Thank you guys!

What I’m wearing:

  • Dress by Arthur Mendonca
  • Shell brooch by Alexis Bittar
  • Clip-on earrings by Alexis Bittar 
  • Heels by Enzo Angiolini
  • Crystal nepal ceylan topaz ring by Swarovski 
  • Purse by Chloe
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12 Replies to “[ moroccan valentines ]”

  1. Love the dress. Photos with the balloons look so cool. My dad got us a dozen of the same ones. I should have taken my photos with them. Never thought of it! Ah, I am jealous, I love belly dancing. It is one of my secret things usually no one knows about me. But, I am Turkish so it is normal that I know how.

    1. OMG, I love belly dancing too and I took belly dancing classes all the way through university. It’s so feminine and sensual – and an awesome work out too. I actually wanted to take some pics with balloons for a while but somehow it never really fell into place. Here the opportunity sort of presented itself when all the couples began to leave. I just walked around the restaurant and collected them 🙂 and we got to snappin’
      Thanks Daphne.

  2. Awesome pictures! What a perfect Valentine’s Day, surrounded by people you love! And in red, too 🙂 You look fabulous as always!

    xoxo

  3. And RED’ “content of Sensuality” sounds so (insolently) multi-faceted through this scenery Dear, THE bloody side for the carnal appeal ( that this belly dance’s choreography faultlessly epitomizes ) AND THE girly One with such mischievous bunch of balloons . . .
    à Bientôt, Antoine

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