Bohemian fashion is one of my personal favourites so thanks Fernanda Langhammer for featuring it in the November issue. I believe it’s really misunderstood as people think that only those who consider themselves ‘misfits’ or, for the lack of a better word, ‘hippie’ go for this style. Many miss out on the fact of how comfortable it is and its cheerfulness and versatility makes it so unique. I absolutely loved the three looks that are alternative and had hints of mainstream at the same time, with pieces that can be bought from popular stores. I always end up picking up stuff abroad not knowing that a lot of good items can be bought from the malls on the island. Sarah
Well Child Check-Ups
Thanks for introducing me to this absolutely wonderful idea. Until now I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a ‘well child check-up’. I am a mother of a two-year old and have questions round the clock. I do have an extremely helpful paediatrician, but I feel, like me, many other mothers must be disturbing him with general queries. Google helps but a final word of assurance from your doctor gives more confidence. Scheduling a well child check-up is an excellent concept, so I can have all my questions answered, and can monitor the health of my child in a much better way. Najia.
Home Sweet Home
I am a big fan of the magazine, and would like to congratulate the team for putting together great content month after month. The home improvement article this month couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I really like how each area has been dealt with in detail giving great ideas and where to head to shop. I can’t wait to check out The One’s new basics store in Enma Mall. The article about adding classic elements presents excellent ideas of how to go vintage without looking too loud or gaudy. I am currently looking to get some vintage suitcases to design a corner in the living room around them. Fatima.