A few days ago, I went for coffee with my friend Elena, and after that we hit the stores. I wasn’t going to buy anything, but I wanted some easy-to-wear casual tops, and since they were inexpensive I got 2, in the same design but different colors from Zara. I don’t have many polka dotted pieces in my closet, so it was really nice to add this one. After that, we went to H&M, where I looked for a pair of mirrored sunglasses I’ve seen online, with no luck. So I decided to visit the men’s department, where I scored these clear plastic ones (which are folding). The final and most favourite of all, this turquoise quilted jelly bag, which I received as a birthday present from my sister-in-law. You’ll see me wearing them on my next posts, so stay tuned!
You may have already noticed, that this year I have a slight obsession over monochromatic looks (you’ve seen a total monochromatic look of mine here). When I got these 2 army green/khaki pieces from H&M, I couldn’t wait to wear them together. I was actually looking for a pair of khaki jeans for a long time, to combine with my high heeled brown booties. So when the temperatures fell a lot last week, I jumped at the opportunity to wear them all together. Seriously loved that look! I hope you enjoy the photos.
These photos were taken a couple of weeks ago, but I mixed the posts lately, to show you other ones first. We were on the first really hot days of spring, with temperatures rising up to 30 degrees just before Greek Easter. I couldn’t resist putting on pastels and bright colored sandals, and go out for coffee with a friend (the photos, however, were taken later in the day by T.). I love the outfit, and pics, but they don’t look that flattering. I think I’ve lost some weight since then (even though these pics don’t do me justice), and hopefully I’ll lose even more in the future.
How to choose your blog’s design
In this part we’ll talk about the dos and don’ts when choosing a blog design and everything around it. Of course some of them can be subjective, but there are some basic guidelines that most bloggers suggest or dislike.