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.
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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.
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 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.
Well well, this outfit has been waiting a long time for its turn. Actually, really long time! You will realize it, when you notice the garlands on the background, conferring that holiday glow to the images. I remember that day was very hectic, we wandered around the city searching for a nice location to shoot this outfit, and stumbled upon two cafes, and an outside place, which looked ideal for it.
One of the greatest things in life is its unpredictability, the fact that you never know what is waiting for you the next minute, day, month or year. I consider it a great feature, because I have never had the interest to know beforehand what will happen to me in future, cause to my mind, if I knew this, life would loose all its charm and would be boring.
Since early childhood, sweets were one of my big passions, and I have remained faithful to them till nowadays. So every time I have the chance to try something new from the delicious cuisine, or discover a new patisserie, I share it with those who surround me, and in this post I want to share with you that tiny, but so delicious world of sweets.
The main source of inspiration for this outfit was the Moschino collection for the 2013-2014. Through my outfit I tried to show you my own interpretation of a Moschino look, the basic element being the skirt which is the production of this brand.
Recently I had an opportunity to visit Odessa, it was my first time when I could get acquainted with this beautiful city adorned with old architecture, which has preserved surprisingly well and remained as magnificent as it was in the past times. This city inspired me to create an outfit which would look like an integral part of it.
For a very long time I wanted to show you this silk blouse which is one of my favourite in the wardrobe, but I didn't find an appropriate occasion. I liked its soft texture and beautiful colour and though it was rather windy and freezing cold outside, I can surely affirm that it deserved all the efforts.
Have you ever had that feeling when you saw something that really astonished you, and you figured out that you actually coudn't think about anything else, except that special thing you liked so much?This thought doesn't leave untill the moment when you have it in your hands being really proud of yourself that you have achieved it.
This time I decided to create a retro chic look. The idea came to me once I bought the glasses. I was looking for this kind of shape quite a long time, and finally my efforts were rewarded. At once I remembered that I have a dark blue dress that will perfectly combine with the glasses.