RED FOR SPRING

In the previous post I addressed the theme about colors of February. Being the color of love, red is definitely one of those two, but not just that. It is still amongst the trends for Spring/Summer 2018. And the longer it remains trendy, the more I dare to wear it. The barrier that I used … Continue Reading

UNEXPECTED COLOR COMBINATIONS

I have spoken about this previously, but one of the key trends for Spring/Summer 2018 will be unexpected color combinations. Pairings which are fun, playful and more dramatic without the limitations of “traditional color guidelines”. Combinations that are not as popular but still look extremely good together. Today’s look is an excellent representation of this … Continue Reading

ALREADY DRESSING FOR SPRING

I have always had a thing for shirt dresses. Not the first time appearing on the blog wearing one. And since I’m already craving for Spring like crazy, I thought it’s time to invite it by actually dressing for Spring. In one of the previous posts I spoke about stripes and their huge part in … Continue Reading

ALPACA COAT & CHILDHOOD MEMORIES

Remember your favorite Teddy Bear from childhood? Mine was actually little Simba from The Lion King. It was the softest toy I ever had. I still have it by the way. My grandma keeps it safe. It used to stay in the middle of my bed to keep it safe during the day, and I … Continue Reading

PERFECT FAUX LEATHER PANTS

This might well be the first time I’m wearing leather trousers with such a delight. Always felt cautious when it comes to leather looks, because they are tricky and need to be very well balanced in order for me to feel appropriate. However, those brown faux leather pants got me in a blink of an … Continue Reading

IN A CHRISTMAS MOOD AT WEIHNACHTSMARKT

Lately, many of you have been telling me they are looking forward to seeing my festive look ideas, both for evening and day occasions. Once I started feeling that Christmas mood, I knew it was time to share the first themed post. I like the classic Christmas. Red. Green. Gold. And this year nothing really … Continue Reading