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What’s in my suitcase

Posted on / by GlossyTimes

I guess at one point in my life I had to choose: do I want to blog OR do I want to work?

I mean doing all the dirty stuff, which is required in order to move on and grow your company. I would love to blog 24/7 and often I even have a line in my head and know exactly that you would LOVE it. But I don’t find the time. And if there is a spare minute, I prefer to sleep. Or meet friends or family. My priorities have shifted. Dramatically. Nevertheless I would like to share some more pictures from my London trip. I wanted to document every single step  of the journey. I swear. What’s in my suitcase. What’s in my bag. Shopping haul, fooddporn. The whole process. But most of the time it was kind of unappropriate to pull the camera.  So apologies for a few snapshot.

But what I would like to point out is the  following:

BUY TUMI LUAGGE.

Just do. It is so much smarter that anything else on the suitcase planet. I always went for Samsonite but I was eying with the alpha luggage already for a while. I might find the time to introduce you the whole equipment in detail soon. Quite pricy. A suitcase is about 700 Euro. Hand luggage.

GET GLOSSYBOX.

There is a reason why I like GB: Supply of travel size cosmetics and sometimes useful new stuff I never considered buying but always wanted. Like eye drops. I mean EYEDROPS?  Blue drops which make your eyes glow and WHITE. Love it.

LA PRAIRIE.

Its damn expensive but UNFORTUNATELY really better then the rest. I ran out of the caviar creme and used La Roche “Rich” cream for the last month. No comparison. This resulted in skin irritation and unhealthy looking appearance. No radiance, no glow, no La Prairie. So sad.

TOM FORD perfume.

Everlasting. On me at least.

 

Stay elegant,

B.

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5 Comments

  • Franzi
    4. February 2014

    Deiner Garderobe nach war der Trip sehr glamourös, das gefällt mir! Du hast wirklich einen sehr guten Geschmack!
    Ich kann verstehen, dass sich durch Boulesse deine Prioritäten geändert haben. Das Geschäft ist natürlich wichtiger und die wenige Freizeit muss man genießen. Da hast du sicherlich andere Dinge als Glossytimes im Kopf. Aber es wäre wirklich schade, wenn es diesen wundervollen Blog nicht geben würde! Ich schaue so gerne bei dir vorbei und freue mich über deine genialen Posts!

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  • Verena
    4. February 2014

    Wundervolle Outfit-Kombis, liebe B.!
    Bei den edlen Kleidern hätte ich Angst, sie in den Koffer zu packen – werden die nicht völlig zerknittert?
    Optisch finde ich Tumi sehr unaufgeregt und mir persönlich einen Tick zu sportlich, aber nicht immer ist das schönste Reisegepäck das praktischste (meine Vuitton Keepalls habe ich allesamt verkauft, die waren einfach nur schwer und unpraktisch).

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    • GlossyTimes
      4. February 2014

      Keepball ist ein Mordwergzeug…mein mann hat sich ewig darüber aufgeregt…:-) jetzt hat er endlich den praktischen tumi 🙂

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  • CrackBerryCream
    3. February 2014

    I like Tumi for laptop bags and other bags made of nylon, but the one and only hand luggage comes from Rimowa… nothings rolls as smooth as a Rimowa <3

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