Tuesday, 21 September 2010
One day, my aim is to create a more vintage like moroccan tunic shirts/dresses what we could wear in our everyday life. Let's try to bring the bohemian look more into our everyday life, and make everyday special.
More Ziad Nakad Fall-Winter 2010-2011 Collection below.
More Ziad Nakad Fall-Winter 2010-2011 Collection below. Somehow all these dress cuts reminds me of the arabic women fashion of Jilebas, Kaftan and Shalwal/Kameez...I would love love love to wear them one day..
Tuesday, 14 September 2010
Sorry I was away for business and was not able to update my blog for almost 2 weeks!! Time flies...
In the meantime, I had to organise a moroccan theme party for our close friend living in Spain...It was my friends wedding anniversary and they wanted to have a romantic party night where they could fall in love all over again...
I wanted to create a theme which was cosy, yet exotic, bohemian, and foreign.
So, I decided to use all our items from our store.
Here are some quick tips to organise a moroccan theme:
☆Lanterns are a must, try to find a moroccan lantern, or anything close to it.
☆Colourful cushions all around the seats (low seats, ottoman pouffes, or a low matteress)
☆rich colour textiles...
☆absolutely candel lights , esssential!
☆rose petals...In Morocco, some house always prepare fresh rose petals everyday in their houses...
☆babouche slippers (if there is a carpet) for the guests to wear
☆bellydance belts, or guests willing to volunteer for a shimmy! or hire a bellydancer (s)
☆for smokers, place some sheesha (water tabacco, hoppa)
☆Have some round moroccan metal tables, and cushions around them.
You don't need all of them, but theses will help you create an unforgettable event.
Wednesday, 1 September 2010
We recently started selling internationally with EBAY. It's actually quite nice and I might put more of our items in EBAY in the future.
Our shop is call 'La Maison Marrakech'.
Check out our store:
I still have plenty of Vintage clothing to upload and list...