Even though winter was very mild in Greece this year, and we had the chance to enjoy many early spring days, since February, I’m still bummed that rainy and cold days have come back for over a week now. I keep looking at these photos we took, not too long ago, and I want it all back. Hopefully it will be spring again soon. To welcome spring in a great way, I wore a colorful transitioning outfit, featuring my pleated navy skirt, my quilted velvet bag, and my pastel blue sweater. I sported bare legs for the first time this season (and boy was I happy about that!), and wore my blue d’orsay pumps. Topped everything off, with my favorite choker, and my blue mirror sunglasses. Perfect for spring days, with a little chill breeze, right?
This is probably the last wintery outfit post. As we’re moving towards spring, and lighter clothes, I’ll start transitioning to more weather-appropriate outfits. I wore this one, one month ago, on Valentine’s Day, when we went brunching with my boyfriend. The weather was amazing, so I didn’t even need to wear that many layers, but I’m always careful when it comes to early spring. This is one of the warmest dresses I have in my wardrobe, and I actually have it in two colors, and I love them both. I combined the dress with my pair of over-the-knee boots, and I added the red belt for a pop of color, to match the “mood of the day” (Valentine’s Day and all). Not pictured is my burgundy coat, which I wear all the time lately. We took these photos as we were waiting for our brunch to be served, at the restaurant. I had an omelette, and an iced coffee, for the first time this year. Hope you like it! See you soon with new outfit posts.
Oh my, 7 years of blogging, how fast the time went by? It feels like yesterday that I started this little blog of mine. I couldn’t celebrate my blog’s birthday in another way than an outfit post, could I? Here it is, and a festive outfit post I might add. With a balloon and everything. haha This year we decided against a bigger helium-filled balloon, because it was a total fail, ’cause the helium made the balloon look deflated in last year’s photos, because of the cold weather and we didn’t want to repeat that. So here’s a smaller and cuter one instead. I built the whole outfit around burgundy color, and I really loved how it turned out. It looked even better in real life believe me! I’m definitely going to wear it again for a night out with friends or the boyfriend.
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?