Usually at this time of the year, I think about swimsuits and summer dresses, but since I haven’t anything planned for this summer, let me just show you some of the models I sell on my shop, that I’d REALLY love to have in my closet. I had the pleasure to photograph all of the bags my friends had to sell, and I’m also incredibly happy to be allowed to take them out for a day (I take great care of them, don’t worry) and also take some outfit photos to show them in a better way. I’ve always been a sucker for anything Dolce & Gabbana and it’s almost killing me not being able to buy these babes. My favorite is the Miss Rouche one, followed closely by Miss Easy Way… And I still haven’t showed you my FAVORITE ones. But you’ll see them on the blog (and for sale on the shop) really soon. Which one is your favorite?
This is one of those casual chic outfits that I like so much. The clothes are super casual, but paired with heels and this gorgeous bag (that it’s not mine, but I borrowed it for the day from my friend to show it to you), it gets the chic factor I like my outfits to have. So this is what I wore for a casual day out with T. Like it?
At the end of last week, I decided to wear a really minimal black & white outfit, to go out with T. My only accessory was my new belt (gift from my amazing friend Denise), and this gorgeous handbag by Valentino, that one of my friends lent me for the day (you can find it, among many other designer bags, on my tictail store here, as it’s for sale). And I just love how my white heels compliment the whole look. They go perfectly well with everything. I didn’t know what I was missing before I buy them. For that day, I decided to make an exception and take some photos without my sunglasses on. A rare occasion, don’t you think? I think I deserve to be congratulated. hehe
Almost a year ago, I launched an e-shop to give some of my slightly-worn or never worn items a new home, since I wasn’t going to use them again. A few months later, in autumn, I had a proposal to help some friends sell their own stuff on my shop, and take all the needed pictures. It was an exciting idea with a tiring process that not only it took a lot of time, but it also took a lot of energy. Somewhere in between we paused the project, but carried on with it in spring.
Today, I’m super excited to announce to you that I just launched my shop. It’s something that was an idea in my head for over a year, and that I’ve meaning to do for months. It’s something that makes me super excited but at the same time a bit stressed too. It’s something new to me, and since I haven’t done it before, I have to learn how to do it. But let me tell you a few things about this new shop. All items on this store are taken from my closet. Most of them are slightly-worn and some of them never-worn, and have been sitting in my closet for years. I’m one of those people that get easily attached to anything, including inanimate objects, so I hesitated a lot before taking the decision to sell them. But since I haven’t worn them in years, there’s no reason for them to sit in my closet any longer. I worked really hard on this shop. I had to choose the items I didn’t need any more, make sure they’re in a good condition, photograph them (huge thanks to my model, my cousin A.!), wash them, iron then, create the shop, upload each item by hand, and then finally launch the shop. Also, huge thanks to T., who’s helped me with some technical stuff, but mostly because he’s been “holding my hand” during this really stressful but also exciting process. So check out the shop, browse through the categories (we have jeans, pants, tops/blouses, skirts, shorts, and bags), click on the items you like, to read their description, see more detailed photos, and add them to your cart, so they can find a new owner and be re-loved! Finally, huge thanks to all of you! Without your love and support, I probably wouldn’t have done this. So thank you very much!