Thursday, October 18, 2012

60's Preppy

I fancied (in my mind) that I was channeling the Kennedy's in their Hyannis port early 60s heyday by slapping on a striped man's button down and giving my photo a vintagey-ish filter.

Feel free to disagree, its sha my title and I'll post if I want to :)

Shirt: Charles Tyrwhitt men's shirt. Shorts: H&M boyfriend shorts. Bag: Ralph Lauren epi leather tote. Shoes: Ralph Lauren ballet flats. Cuff: ASOS. Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana

Wore this on Sunday to have lunch with my fave and my friend Mia at a South African seafood restaurant called Ocean Basket. Typical Lagos, there's a new place open every week and everybody was going nuts about this Ocean Basket place so I decided to check it out.

We had the cajun prawns, Kingklip fish, half fries and rice, calamari salad, mussels and olives.

Pretty good food but the best thing about it was the amazing service. The waiters were polite and helpful, the manager was a godsend, the owner was nice and jokey.....combined with the delicious food I'm definitely going there again.

Love and light xx


  1. u look nice dear.....

  2. I've heard a lot of good things about Ocean Basket! That shrimp looks yum. I'm a sucka for seafood, so I must try soon.

    You look lovely as usual

  3. yay!! our shoes....i like the combination x

  4. would ocean basket be nice for a birthday lunch for 10?

    1. Yes definitely. I'm not sure if they have a private room though in case that's what you were looking for but I has roof top seating with great ambience.

  5. I love the look, and the photo's vintage feel! Glad to see all these merry blog posts.

  6. Uhhhhh, ocean's basket's now in Lagos??? Feel like getting a flight to Naij right now. I just got back from SA and I seriously OD'd on that Kinglip and Queens/Princes prawns. Love it. Where is it by the way? Hubby's in Naij soon and he loves seafood...

    Didn't know you were back to regular blogging. Have been up for two hours catching up on yours and Miafarrah's blog. Blog heaven I tell ya'.

    1. I'd actually never heard of it before till they came down here, it's awesome! It's on Tiamiyu Savage street in VI.

      I am o, couldn't stay away for too long. Thank you!


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