THE ONE TYPE OF DENIM SKIRT TO WEAR THIS SUMMER

The one combination you can never go wrong is jeans and a white tee. In summer the jeans just transform a little bit either into shorts or a skirt, but it still feels as effortless. It’s the simplest thing. One of my favorite. And if there’s one type of denim skirt to wear this Summer, for … Continue Reading

ON A BUDGET: INSPIRATION FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION

Imagine yourself at a lunch by the sea, followed by a walk along charming streets with charming views. What would you wear? In case you hesitate, I’m giving you a little style inspiration for your next vacation, and it’s again on a budget. This floral shirt, culottes, straw hat and bucket bag are generally under … Continue Reading

GET LOST IN PALERMO

Last week Ron, Alex and I took our first family trip with no car involved. We jetted off to charming Sicily and spend our whole time in beautiful Palermo. For the last few trips we took abroad, Ron and I came to the realisation that knowing too much about your destination can give you expectations … 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

STYLING THE COLOR OF THE YEAR

Last week I attended a morning show on national TV to share some tips for styling the color of the year. As you may heard, Pantone choose Ultra Violet to be 2018’s color. That day I was wearing this H&M dress, about which many of you asked. In fact, the dress is not exactly in Ultra … Continue Reading

WINTER BLUES

Those winter blues, saving me from feeling blue. January always keeps my vibe low. So, I do my best to keep up a good mood by staying more social, spending time outside, and painting my everyday in color. And it does work in the right direction. If I keep doing this, as well as keeping … Continue Reading