Again with the culottes | Outfits

We’ve officially entered fall, and I really don’t wanna think about it. It’s not that I love summer, I’m a spring girl at heart, but fall and winter are not my favorite seasons, that’s for sure. I do like that the weather is getting chillier, but I don’t want the temperatures to drop a lot more. I like wearing my culottes and t-shirts or sleeveless tops, with sandals, and maybe a light cardigan or jacket at night. On today’s look, I wore just that, without the outerwear since it was the morning and it was a pretty hot day anyway. My backpack hasn’t left my back these past few days, since I’m suffering from muscle pain on my arm, and it’s the only bag that doesn’t make me want to scream. I’m planning on investing in more backpacks in the future. Do you like today’s casual look?




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Vacationing | Outfits

Vacation days may be over, but at least I have tons of photos and videos to remember them by. This was the first actual vacations I had in years. We booked our vacations no more than 1-2 weeks before, as it was a “last minute” decision. We spent some days thinking whether on not we should do it, but I’m so glad we finally decided to go. It was one of the best vacations we had. We visited Chios island, where my father was born and raised, and we toured the island by car. It wasn’t my first time there, but it was T.’s, and even though it was also tiring from all the walking and driving (for him), it was really nice. We shot my look of the day, at the chapel of Agios Isidoros, a few kilometers north of the city of Chios. It’s such a picturesque place; I wanted to visit it since the first time I show photos of it. So of course I had to take photos there. My outfit might be casual, but the location is everything. Don’t you think?




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Back to mint | Outfits

At the moment that this post goes live, I’ll probably be boarding on a plane from Chios, to Thessaloniki, which marks the end of my summer vacations. We shot these photos last week, on the day I dyed my hair again, so the hair color is really fresh. It’s supposed to be violet, but it’s more on the sour cherry/magenta side. haha The dress I’m wearing is super simple, but I did wear it with my new Migato black heeled sandals. My bag was a little bit too matchy matchy, but I don’t mind. Pretty simple, for a Saturday morning. What do you think?




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Dusty pink & mustard | Outfits

September might already be here, but it’s still too hot to handle. I’m not complaining of course, since I’ve just scheduled my “summer” vacations for this Thursday, so of course I want the weather to stay this good, so I can swim in the sea, and explore the island I’m visiting. Hoping to come back with lots of memories, and nice photos on my phone. haha We took these photos a couple of weeks ago, when we were at Mediterranean Cosmos in Thessaloniki. I just had a full lunch, so I was undoubtedly happy. It’s the second time I wore this outfit, and one of the reasons is because I wanted to photograph it for the blog. However, I really loved it, and you know that I don’t really care about repeating an outfit. If I enjoy wearing it, I’ll probably do it again, and again. So what do you think?




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Lemon garden | Outfits

We shot these outfit photos at my parents’ house about 2 weeks ago, and I got bit by so many mosquitoes during the shooting that I completely regretted taken them in the garden after all. I wasn’t wearing anything special that day, I was going for casual, but since it was the 15th of August, which is a huge holiday in Greece, I wanted to look “fancier” than usual. So I chose to wear my lemon print top which I paired with my khaki shorts, and my usual flat sandals. We ended the day with watching a hilarious french movie at a local open cinema, with the family, my boyfriend, and some friends. Nothing better than that. It was one of the best summer nights we had so far!




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