This outfit was photographed at the end of last month when I went out with Maria and Anatoli for coffee. I wore my black & white loose dress (which I haven’t worn in ages), and combined it with blue accessories to make it more spring appropriate. I went out bare-legged for the first time this spring, and even though it was colder when the sun went down, I quite enjoyed it. Do you like the look?
I usually don’t change the order of the outfit posts, but I really wanted to show you this one first, before it’s too late. What I mean is that I wore this outfit on Valentine’s Day, so I wanted to show it to you before it was outdated. T. and I decided to spend the night at his place, cooking, eating and watching “About Time”. Unfortunately, he was a bit sick that day, so I cooked something light for him, while I went for my version of a croque madame. I wanted to keep room in my stomach for the fondant cake and the sparkling wine. It was a really romantic and lovely night. How did you spend V-day?
Happy Valentine’s Day lovebirds! It seems that this week is dedicated to red. By now you must have already read my outfit suggestion and my manicure inspiration for today, but if you haven’t, there’s still time to do it now. This is the outfit I wore a few days ago to meet Maria for coffee, and of course we took some outfit photos too. Never missing a chance to help each other out! I had absolutely no idea what to wear, till almost the last minute (what a surprise!), but I was really pleased when I thought of this whole look. It’s the first time, that I’m wearing this black leather skirt, which is actually vintage. I rescued it from a pile of clothes, my aunt was going to donate/throw away, and I’m so glad I did, because I love it, and I’ve been waiting for so long to wear it. It’s no secret I love pencil skirts, but it’s the first leather one I own. I REALLY loved this look, and I think that it would also look great with the shoes I’m wearing in this outfit. Do you like my outfit of the day? Are you celebrating tonight?
Last Thursday on the 16th it was my birthday, and even though I decided not to have a big party this year, I wanted to go out with my bf. So after I blew the candles on my birthday cake with the company of some of my relatives, I went out for dinner. I jump at any occasion that allows me to dress up, and this is definitely high on my list. Dressing up for me means, picking something ladylike, a style that I, not only love, but I also think it suits my body and my personality. I had this dress in my closet for far too long (I had only shown it on my FB page a few months back), and I was looking for an opportunity to wear it, and the same goes for these gorgeous spiked pumps from Blink. They’re the perfect nude, to my almost pale white skin tone. Once more, I had to take my outfit photos myself, with the help of my trusty tripod. I was planning on at least taking them in my garden, but as soon as I got dressed it started raining, so my balcony was the only solution, if I wanted to show you an outfit today. But enough about that…let’s move on to the fun part…the photos.
This D&G black dress is one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe, because it’s so simple and classic that it can make you look elegant for any occasion in no time. I never thought I would wear tapestry print, but this D&G-inspired vintage clutch made me change my mind. It’s so small, that even I can pull it off without looking over the top. It’s actually my mom’s and she’s been using it as a make-up case for many years, but I had to steal it for the night, because I really think it completes my look. I also stole some other vintage cool stuff, like a coin wallet, a mirror/comb for the bag, and a cute little note pad/phone-pad. Excuse the overload of photos in this post. I really loved this outfit, and wanted to show you every little detail.