Do you remember in one of my previous posts I was telling you about those images that tend to get stored in the folders of my computer, and often land on the pages of my blog only later on. Well, that’s one of those cases. These images are actually pretty close to my soul.
Something that frequently happens to bloggers is that they very often store hundreds and hundreds of pictures, that may be displayed on their site or Instagram only later on, if never. Well, why is this such an often practice? You might think, if someone has lots of nice pictures, why not to show them to the world? There are several explanations to this...
The New Year is right around the corner, and this means that along with the headache of what to wear on New Year's Eve, we also get another type of headache. That sort of melancholic state of mind reminding us that another year has just passed, and we are on our way to a new chapter in our life.
A stroll through the streets of Amsterdam suddenly made me realize how much I would like to take a walk in Paris. People say: “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence”. I think it can perfectly be attributed to me as well, because right now I wouldn’t mind going to Paris for a few days.
After living in the Netherlands for more then a year I can tell you that I still feel like a tourist here. On the one hand I can easily figure out where I am and find out my route, and navigate without my phone, which is already a big progress. On the other hand there's still so much more to learn and discover. I must admit that this is a great perk, because you will hardly get bored by it.
So here it is, the last post from so called "summer edition". I was lucky enough to catch the last warm days here in the Netherlands, and make a photo shoot on the beach. Since I have been living in this country for a while already, I can tell you that weather is the most discussed subject here. Mostly it either rains or the wind blows, or both. The rare days when you get a bit of sunshine and warmth are truly a blessing from god for the locals.
Whilst autumn has already started, I am still stuck in summer, and I do believe that some of you too. That's why I think it's never too late for a beachwear post on my blog.
When traveling I always love to discover the hidden spots of the cities I visit. How do I do that? Well nowadays the technology offers you more than enough information to dig up those treasures, and then it becomes just another touristic spot on your list. A much more authentic way is to reserve a day and literally get lost in the city.
Here it is: one of those photo shoots which I am really proud of! I confess you, I've been quite a while in the blogging sphere, and this moment, these photos are the reward that I am so much looking for.
Here it is, one of those exhibitions that I was really craving to see. It has finished just recently in March, but I was so impressed by what I saw, that I decided it is of my duty to share it with you, those ones who are as crazy about fashion as I am. The focus of the exhibition was the everlasting glamour of the Givenchy house, and the iconic style of Audrey Hepburn.
After a long absence on the vasts of social media, finally here I am! I must say I missed it all: from the very idea to sharing the final result with all of you, my dear readers. It's quite a satisfying feeling when you are the one controlling the whole process from the beginning till the end, at least that's in my case.
Now back to summer days the off shoulder trend created quite a sensation among all the fashionistas, and of course fashion houses. You know, like one of those viruses, which quickly spreads all around, and in a couple of weeks you can see almost anyone having it. I must say that I wasn't an exception.
Traveling means to me not only discovering new places, cultures and traditions, but also adapting my style to the country I am visiting. I have always tried to convey the way I see, and live my experiences through the things I wear. It's my own language which helps me to express myself. Traveling to Malta wasn't an exception.
Drumrooooooll......so here is the last backpack I designed for my final year diploma project. It is entirely made of leather, while the geometric details are made of copper.
As promised in the previous post, here is my second backpack from my final year diploma project. This time the origami inspiration can be noticed even more in the folded side part of the backpack.
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.
There are days when you want to feel cosy, and just wrap yourself in a warm blanket. Well, here is my question: "How can I still look good even in such moments?".