Well, well...long time since we have seen or heard from each other, my dear readers. Hope you've been missing me, because I really did. So here I am settled down for some time, after a month full of craziness, and hectic days. Now I can officially say that I am a designer graduate, and in this post I'm gonna show you one of the works I've created for my final year diploma project.
When it comes to professional career, all the aspects matter. The way we dress is undoubtedly a very important part of the image we want to create. It's our visual business card, which we offer when we meet our employer, employees, or clients.
One of my favourite styles is the modern minimalism, and I'm not talking here only about clothes, but also about interior design, architecture, photography, and many other spheres, where this style is manifested. The surprising thing is that however simple a modern minimalist outfit may look, it can still be chic, and classy.
Traveling has always been an important part of my life. I constantly strive to discover new places, new cultures, new lifestyles, and even myself in those new surroundings. That's why planning a new trip always adds more excitement to what I am going to experience, and this time it wasn't an exception...
Once you cross the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, or any other bridge that spans the River Danube between the western and eastern sides of Budapest, you get to the Buda part of the city. It is considered to be the historical site of Budapest. Walking around Buda you will discover its majestic architectural gems, and feel the atmosphere of the past. So let's begin a small tour around this beautiful part of the city and explore its main sights.
As Budapest is separated into two sides, this time we are going to discover the Pest side, which is said to be the modern and business part of the city. However, this city area has historical sights that you just can't miss, and in this post you will discover the most important of them.
When I planned my trip to Budapest, one of the "must see" places in my wish list was the Gellert Thermal Bath. I read all the information I could find about baths in Budapest, cause there are quite a few of them here, Budapest being well known for its relaxing thermal SPAs. The stunning interior of Gellert Thermal Bath instantly attracted my attention, and as I am a real esthete, it was a pure eye candy for me.
Hours of wandering around the city in the company of close to heart people, new discoveries of the utterly beautiful corners of Budapest, the sweet and sour taste of mulled wine and the heady flavour of the cake baked on a spit, what more can I ask for?
It's not a secret that accessories are a crucial item in a woman's wardrobe, nut few of them you can wear on different occasions, being this a special event or just a walk. This DIY will show you a pair of earrings whichgive you a lot of flexibility in using them and, moreover, they really easy to be made.