For this month’s wishlist, I have selected my all-time favorite bags from a wide selection of designer bags I have the honor of selling on my tictail store. 4 out of 5, managed to make an appearance in some of my outfits, but I can definitely say I have room for them in my heart and in my closet if some of them would want to come live with me. hehe And if I miraculously come up with the money needed, they may. Until then, you can race me to the store and maybe make one of these yours. At least they’ll have a loving home and create new memories with their new owners. I can live with that! Check out the link and details below.
Those of you who follow me on social media, had a preview of this outfit a couple of weeks ago (ok, I’m a little behind on my posting). When I received this dress from Choies, I couldn’t wait to wear it. It’s really light and very eye-catching and in a color I don’t have enough of in my closet. For its first outing, I wore it with a thin white belt, a red Valentino bag and my Ravel sandals. I had another outfit in mind, when I first saw the dress, but that will have to wait for another occasion. I’m sure you’ll see it plenty of times on my blog, from now on. Do you like this outfit?
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.