The outfit of the week is based on red, burgundy & grey. I played with some old clothes & accessories, such as my sweater, shirt & bag, and some new ones, like my jeans, coat and booties, to create this look. A normal person would have probably worn this outfit with a pair of biker boots, or something similar. But I decided to glam it up and wear it with my glitter booties. I just love them so much, and I love how they reflect the light on a super sunny day like this one. So new and old items from my wardrobe came together, to create this look, which I really loved. My new coat is going to be worn a lot this winter, I can feel it. I was just too bored of my old black ones, I wanted more color. And you know how much I love burgundy. And my skinny jeans matched the whole outfit perfectly. Do you like my look of the day?
I wanted to take outfit photos at the Olympic Stadium in Athens for so long, and I finally did it, so I’m here to share them with you! This is the second and final look from Athens (unfortunately I wasn’t able to photograph more looks), but I love how these turned out! We woke up as early as possible that day, took the subway and then the train to go to the stadium, so I wanted to wear something that was going to look pretty and chic but at the same time casual enough. I ended up wearing this look for the whole day, and I felt really comfortable in it, so I’m happy with my choice. I bought this skirt from Athens (not that it really matters, because it’s Zara, and I could have bought it as easily in Thessaloniki) so I wanted to wear it as soon as possible. I played it safe by picking the burgundy from the skirt, and matching it with my burgundy sweater, bag and booties, that came with me to Athens that month. After the photoshoot, we returned home for an hour, and then visited an old school mate of mine, and went to Piraeus for the first time, to visit my old-time reader-turned-friend Elena, and her boyfriend. They took us to an amazing restaurant I really loved. Hope you like this look! Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below!
Hiii! Long time no see! I had to take a break from posting unfortunately, because I was really swamped with Vlogmas, and the move back from Athens. This is the first look we shot back in Athens (because I’m now back in Thessaloniki, since Saturday), and I really liked how it turned out. I love combining my new mustard sweater with red or burgundy. It looks a bit like ketchup and mustard, and these two look great together, don’t you think? haha We shot these pics at Stavros Niarchos Foundation when we went one day, and I really love the contrast with the all grey background. I wore my new Zara jeans for the first time, and combined them with my burgundy ankle boots, and my velvet bag, which goes wherever I go this winter. I also changed my hair, in case you didn’t notice. It is a bit faded in the photos, and looks more red than violet, but it is the color I had at the ends of my hair for the last couple of months. Hopefully it will look more violet than red next time. Do you like my look?
As the title says: I have a thing with burgundy. I love it and wear it so much during fall/winter, and I have many clothes and accessories in my wardrobe in this color. I bought this short sleeved knit last year, and I like to layer it on top of summer dresses, to create a fall appropriate look. Since it’s long, I like to use a belt to create a better image, for it not to look too loose. Of course I had to pair it with my new burgundy velvet bag, and ankle boots. Can you blame me? They work perfectly well together. I also bought some flowers that day, and I absolutely had to include them in this photoshoot. They are simply perfect! Do you like this outfit? I absolutely love it!
These must be some of my last winter outfit photos this season. Lately we’ve been experiencing really sunny and warm days and hopefully winter won’t be back again. But these photos were taken a couple of weeks ago downtown, when I went to the event of Cosmopolitan Greece. We were really in a hurry not to miss the event, so we didn’t take many photos but those that we managed to take, were in a street I’ve been meaning to shoot in for quite some time. I already have so many outfits to show you, and I’ll do that in the following weeks, in which you’re going to see many transitioning outfits, while gravitating between winter and spring. Middle seasons are always the most difficult, because one day it’s cold and the next one is too hot to keep wearing winter clothes. So stay tuned! It’s going to be some interesting couple of weeks outfit-wise. 😉