My Favorite Coat This Season

In the recent colder days I have been living in this coat we recently introduced in the AW20 edition of Denina Mártin Collection. Every year I unconsciously pick a favorite coat and this season it’s this one! It may look as a color that is hard to style, but in reality it is not. Especially … Continue Reading

IN SEPTEMBER NIGHTS GET CHILLY

I know it’s early and some of you are still vacationing, but I’ve found the perfect knit! I personally like having cosy sweaters nearby for those cold evenings because let’s be honest – in September nights get chilly. They are a softer, warmer and definitely more lightweight alternative to jackets. And they look amazing over … Continue Reading

THE MORE BOURGEOIS – THE BETTER

If there’s one word to keep note of this Autumn, it should be bourgeois. That’s the main definition of the leading style trend for the upcoming season. Anything and everything better be bourgeois. Preferably, very much in a Seventies style with pussycat bows and romantic bouffant sleeves. And the more bourgeois – the better. After all, … Continue Reading

IT’S GOOD TO TRY NEW THINGS EVERY ONCE AND A WHILE

Believe it or not, but I have 1) never owned a parka before; 2) never had such a bright piece of outerwear; 3) never imagined I would put on outerwear with a lacquer finish. But I love that PennyBlack challenged me for their 40th anniversary by gifting me the limited edition parka honoring the occasion. Because … Continue Reading

AUTUMN HOLIDAY IN KEMPINSKI GRAND ARENA

Location: Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko In late October my mother celebrates her birthday. This year we decided to treat her right and take her somewhere nice and quiet – to a place where we all can relax and have some family time. So, we packed our suitcases and headed for an Autumn holiday in … Continue Reading

SEA OF GOLD

I remember when I was 10. Near my school there was a pavement surrounded by trees. Almost no one was passing there. At that time of the year, this pavement resembled a sea of ​​gold. I still remember too well how we were running into it. As soon as the bell hit, we would run … Continue Reading