Good morning and happy Monday dear readers! I hope you had a nice weekend! Mine was quite full but really nice! Lately, I’ve started wearing my autumnal clothes and my boots, as it’s the season of rains, and I can’t get away with anything less than boots anymore. I wore this outfit last Friday afternoon, to go shopping downtown. I don’t know if I told you here before, but I have a wedding in Athens to attend in about 10 days and I found I had nothing to wear. My initial thought was to buy a nice A-line dress but somehow I ended up buying a super tight pencil dress with an amazing back. haha Don’t blame me, blame the dress people! Because it’s gorgeous! Now I have to be careful with my diet because that dress hides nothing! 😛 Wish me luck! How about this outfit though? Do you like it? Super simple and casual, but I know you love these anyway! 🙂
This shirt is not a simple T-shirt…it’s a “T”-shirt. Got it? Anatoli found it for me, and of course I had to buy it. I wore it a couple of weeks ago, met the girls for photos and then went to T.’s place to show him my new buy. He was happy to see it on me and I was happy for this little surprise (Now, were can I find a men’s t-shirt, with an M. on it? hehe). When I saw it, I immediately came up with this outfit, so this is how I wore my new t-shirt for the first time. Do you like it?
I still have many outfits to show you from March, but I couldn’t wait to show you this one that we photographed on Friday when I met with the girls again for coffee. This is kind of my spring uniform, and I’m sure you’ll see me again and again, wearing the same style: jeans, heels, and a casual top + blazer. I just hope that you won’t get bored by it. It’s a combo I quite like, and I really loved wearing this outfit, featuring my new Sante Shoes heels. What do you think?
This outfit is a bit old. It was taken around the end of January, but was first posted on S for Summer blog, where I guest posted. Some of you may have already seen it, but you haven’t seen most of these photos, since we took hundreds of them, in order to have enough for both blogs. It was a really cold day, and it started raining as soon as we got out of the car to shoot these photos, but that didn’t stop us. Taking outfit photos in winter is tricky and difficult some times, but the result usually worth it. Now if that crop top stayed in place, and didn’t go up all the time, that would be awesome! Nevertheless, I really liked the whole look, and I think the boots made all the difference from my usual style. What do you think?
It’s a National Holiday here in Greece today, and I realize that not many of you will be here to read this post, but either way, I’m going to go on with my regular schedule for my foreign readers, and for all of you, who like me, stayed in the city. Last week, I met again with some of my blogger friends from Thessaloniki. It seems to becoming a regular thing, and I can honestly say I love it. Going out with friends with the same interests AND taking outfit photos for each other’s blogs is amazing. I feel blessed to have met all of them (not only the ones who made it this time). These photos were taken by Maria of Style Bows. If you want to see her outfit of the day, click here. This is another outfit, I created instantly and I loved wearing it. I wore my trusty long cardigan on top of my dress, and completed the outfit with a studded belt, my lunch bag, and a pair of high heeled booties. It was super feminine with the right touch of edgy, and I loved how the cardigan moved behind me and I really thought it looked like one piece with the dress underneath it. Blue and black was always a favorite winter combination for me, so I’m glad that it’s also one of the biggest trends of this season. Do you like it?