Spring sun is hitting hard in Goa and is time to lock up those black outfits and bring out those all-whites. Even though this is one of the most difficult outfits to pull off it is also one of the coolest. So today I’m going to share with you the ways to pull of an all-whiter.
And to add to those heaty vibes, Jude & I are taking you to one of Goa’s best Mexican restaurant ‘Habenero’. Ready for a chilled chilly weekend? Scroll down
Spring sun calls for hair ties and buns, and that’s when turbans can save the day by instantly glamming up your look. It can help on a bad hair day, or perk up a mundane outfit. To top it all, it is affordable, simple an super easy to drape!
There are numerous ways to drape a turban, today I am sharing a super easy way that you can tie a turban in a few minutes.
What you will need?
A hair scarf.
Fold your scarf diagonally.
Place it over your head.
Securing its place hold all ends of the scarf together at the center infront of your face.
Twist the scarf. This will tighten it and create folds for the perfect drape.
Hold the scarf ends and take it above your head.
Pull the end towards the back making sure the part wrapped around your head is tight and secure.
Tuck it in at the base.
And Voilà!! That’s it! you are ready to rock your turban and have a very stylish day!
” I’ve always thought of accessories as the exclamation point of a woman’s outfit” – Michael Kors
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Spring season is finally here, and so is the question of how to dress when it’s 38 degrees in the day 22 at night.
So today’s post is about my spring OOTD and my mid-week getaway to this awesome restaurant called Tierra y Mar with the perfect combination of Goan ambiance and Spanish food.
My Spring OOTD
I wore a plunge neck backless crop top. Spring means flowers, and what makes my top perfect is it’s a beautiful floral print for spring. Bell sleeves to keep it on trend. I paired it with high waist black jeans and a black strap faux leather belt and black pointed toe sneakers.
I styled my hair into boxer braids and accessorized with a two-piece necklace and my new favorite sunnies. I always carry a little cap to protect myself from the sun, nowadays I am loving my Baker Boy Hat.
Top: Zara Jeans: Westside Belt: Westside Sneakers: Romwe Sunnies: Romwe
I always make it a point to carry a mid-season trench, to be ready for the sudden weather changes that are so common in spring.
Let’s go – Tierra Y Mar
Tierra Y Mar is a 15 – 20-minute drive from Panjim city. It is a hidden gem that is not visible from the main road. To access this restaurant you have to take a small path through the Paper Boat Collective store.
We were pleasantly surprised by the deco that is very traditional Goan style with the coconut palm-thatched roof, and a very beautiful theme of blue and white, a little hint of Greece in Goa!
Jude and I were super excited to have discovered this restaurant and couldn’t wait to try out the food, hoping it would be as good as the deco and ambiance of this place!
Tierra Y Mar offers a very tempting Spanish menu which changes depending on the catch of the day and they have a very interactive style of order placement. They explain to you what they have, and suggest different ways to prepare it, so you can choose as per your preference. I love this personalized concept that makes it really unique and made me feel special 🙂
House no 248, Bella Vista, chogm road, 403511. Behind Paper Boat Collective, Sangolda, Penha de França, Goa.
+91 98194 43210
Chai & Lipstick Rating
This restaurant is great! Here is our star rating.
Food: 5/5 ( Big bravo to the chefs)
Drinks – Orange Cinn martini
Tapas – Fish taco & Prawn and avocado ceviché
Mains – Albondigas
Desert – Sugar cane sorbet ice-cream
I highly recommend you to try this place out, Jude and I really had a great time and to top it all the food was really exquisite. Surely going back soon 😀 Looking for more fun places to visit in Goa? Check out our other posts HERE.
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