Stylish Heath

Where delicious food, fashion, art and world travel are incorporated into the home with a feminine twist!

Taste of Summer


My dearest friend Quy’s latest hair style {the Head Quarter or as she refers to the cut, the Pentagon}.


Quy at the salon being elegantly coiffed for summer {the Pentagon haircut}.

Various textures, colors, places and things hold a level of inspiration for me, but when it comes to people, I am extremely selective in which mannerisms or characteristics I will appropriate into my repertoire.  I secretly enjoy people watching; viewing those who carry themselves with élan and grace, or  exude a level of sophistication, which are striking characteristics.

Personally, I never found bad taste amusing and to see women inappropriately dressed for warm weather because of lack of time, confidence or flair is simply not acceptable. Even if you do not have that creative edge to put an outfit together, turn to your friends who would love the opportunity to express their creative side.


Nanette Lepore dress from Saks Fifth Avenue {Tyson’s Corner, VA}

Your style for summer should be easy to maintain, starting with the perfect haircut and a few fabulous dresses so, that you can be out the door in minutes looking chic and extraordinary. Isn’t that what the season is all about, the ease of elegance!

Stay stylish!

The Mini Taj in Agra

IMG_3286 IMG_3290Our reporters are still in India at the mausoleum of Etimad-ud-Daulah or the {Mini Taj} built in 1622-1628. An exquisite marble tomb inlaid with semi-precious stones {carnelian, lapis lazuli, onyx and topaz}, exhibits a strong Persian influence and is placed on the bank of the Yamuna River.


Details on the walls of the mausoleum of Etimad-ud-Daulah and the Cupola of minaret.

Commissioned by Nur Jahan for her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg, a Persian Amir in exile who was also the grandfather of Mumtaz Mahal {the wife of the emperor Shah Jahan, for whom the Taj Mahal was constructed}.


{Sean and Tony on the streets of New Delhi are now heading for Abu Dhabi}

The boys on the streets of New Delhi are leaving India for Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. This photo taken at the crosswalks of Dariba Kalan & Chandni Chowk is bustling with people and shops!!



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