Natasha Chantal Mukhi

A celebration of fashion, beauty, interiors and food

Introducing Hendrix

On the Thursday evening before Easter, I headed down to Surrey to pick up the newest member of our family, Hendrix. 

My husband and I had been speaking for year about getting a dog. Actually, it was more me pestering him and asking him when we were going to get one. I have been pretty patient - it's been about 4-5 years that I've been asking for a pet. However, right now just seemed like the right time.

Last Weekend's Hen Do

My motivation for writing blog posts has really decreased since I started which is not a good sign. But if I'm being perfectly honest, it's because I don't know what to write about most of the time. Also, my inability to get good photos of outfits makes me NOT want to write anything fashion related. 

So here's another post that is not fashion or beauty related. 

This past weekend, I went on a bachelorette or as the Brits would call it - a hen do. My friend from university, Sasha is currently visiting London and it was decided not too long ago that we should celebrate the fact that she's getting married! With that in mind, the eight of us started off Friday night at Little Nan's 90s Bar in Shoreditch. Little Nan's is actually a pop up, so it's not there a lot of the time. The place was really cutely decorated - little chairs and coffee tables scattered across the room and cocktails being served out of teapots and drunk out of teacups. The  music was as you'd expect, very 90s. Think Destiny's Child, TLC, Backstreet Boys and N'Sync. If I'm being completely honest, it was a little kitsch. 

I'm Backkkkk!

So it's been a while since I've posted anything on the blog and it's because my husband and I were away on our honeymoon. Finally, the time had come. And as quickly as it came, it went too!

We're now back in rainy and cold London and feeling a serious case of the holiday blues - which is why it's taken me time to even post anything since being back in the UK. We're having a look at where we should go next year for holiday. We only took about 5 days to ourselves for our honeymoon, and it definitely wasn't long enough. So next year, we're having a continuation to our honeymoon - hopefully in the Caribbean. 
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