This outfit was inspired by my new favorite necklace by My Piece of Chic, which Alexia sent to me sometime around last week. I think it’s perfect for summer, and it can give color to all your outfits. As for me, I wore more than enough color in mine. A little bit of blue, yellow and pink! I couldn’t pass the chance to wear my color block sandals for the first time this year, but I think the result was not over-the-top. Do you like it? (take a look at the end of this post)
Nope, no one is getting married; it’s just that this expression got stuck on my mind when I was searching for a title. You see, my outfit of the day had something blue in it (blue jeans and baby blue shirt), and Anatoli, suggested that I wear her coat as not to get cold when I was taking photos of her. We liked the coat with my outfit so much that she suggested I should keep it on for my photos as well. And I did, because I loved it, hence the “borrowed” part of the title. I always wanted a red coat, but I need a camel one first. The rest of the outfit is really simple, playing with blue and beige. When I saw the sun shining that day I went for my old cropped jeans, but later realized that maybe I shouldn’t have. At least we managed to take some decent photos and enjoy our day, despite the clouds. What do you think?
Hello everybody, and welcome to the new “Do You Speak Gossip?”! If everything went as planned you should be seeing “our” new theme now…something that both I and T. have been working on for the past month or so. We wanted to keep the good values of the previous one, but make the new one, more minimalistic, and closer to my style. It’s completely custom-made, according to my taste, and built-from-scratch by T., which means, it’s completely unique! A huge thank you goes to the saint that I have the pleasure of calling my boyfriend, who had the patience to work with me on this, and kept working even when he was sick, in order to meet my deadline. 🙂 I hope you like our new look!
This cherry print pencil skirt is actually a spring/summer item, but since I didn’t have the chance to wear it as much as I wanted last season, I decided to wear it in a transitional outfit in autumn. I added a light sweater in bright red, a pair of cork/nude high heels, my favorite red lipstick (Mac Ruby Woo) and bam! it became fall-appropriate! And I just love this weather, when I can still go out bare-legged but at the same time keep myself warm with a nice sweater. Once again, I color-coordinated my outfit, inspired by my new lucky charm key chain that was sent to me by Zoulovits e-shop as an early 2014 present. I picked a cute pomegranate one in red & green for me, but you can find a big selection on their site, so go and pick yours now! I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I did. Thank you Zoulovits!
Wedding season is here, and we were invited to our first wedding last Saturday. Some of you must have already seen some details of my outfit on my Facebook page (if you’re not a follower, hit the “Like” button to get my latest updates), but I’ve made an outfit post to show the whole outfit to all of you! So far I’ve shown you about 3 wedding outfits on the previous years (here, here and here). You’ve already seen this dress on my cousin’s wedding outfit post. I wanted to wear the same but with different accessories. So I chose my new jelly bag, my new bracelet (birthday gift from my dear blogger friend Denise – head to her blog and follow her as well, she’s the most amazing girl), and pair them with my color blocking Tsakiris Mallas sandals, that I bought last spring (seen before wearing them with this outfit). I decided on a fishtail braid hairstyle, to battle the heat, and the crazy wind.