I wore this outfit the other day to go to my nephew’s birthday, and I loved it so much. It’s actually the first time that I’m wearing these red vintage pants, and I love how good they look with my white t-shirt with the red lettering. And I also wanted to add some pink into the look, because I love the combo of pink & red together, and also because I really wanted to wear my pink coat again. The weather has been perfect lately, and this outfit is perfect for early spring. I can’t wait for blooming season to officially come. We might have entered March, but something tells me we’re not there just yet. But, I’ll be patient, and I’ll take any chance I can, to wear my spring looks, before the spring showers start (as they usually do around May for the past few years). Do you like my look babes?
We finally had some time to shoot for the blog the other day, and it was perfect timing, because the weather was fantastic. I could actually go out bare-legged, and not feel cold at all. I combined my pleated blue skirt, with a new blue sweater I got last month on sale, which is really light and perfect for mild temperatures. I got many clothes last month, but as I was waiting to do a haul video for my channel, I left them on the side and didn’t wear them, but since the haul got delayed, I decided to stop waiting, and start wearing them. To be honest, I had already forgotten what I got, and I had to see them to be reminded. Anyway, you know how much I love color matching, and I really liked this look. It turned out really good. Wish we had time to go for a longer walk or for a coffee that day, but unfortunately we didn’t. No worries though, I’ll wear it again soon! 😉
First walk around town…for my bag and booties that is! I finally got the chance to wear them for the first time, and it felt amazing. I was waiting for the perfect opportunity to wear them, and I did on a relaxed Sunday morning walk with my boyfriend. We shot these photos in one of the cutest neighborhoods I’ve been dying to visit, in Thessaloniki, and you can’t tell, but the houses there are so cute. I’d love to have a house there! After that, we went for coffee and walked back home feeling absolutely happy. It’s the small things in life that can make you smile the brightest. And by the way, I’m absolutely in love with my new Migato booties, and bag! You’ll see me wearing them a lot this season! 🙂
Can you guess who did I shoot these photos with? Remember my friend Kleoniki who used to shoot almost all my blog photos in the past? Well, she’s back in Greece for a couple of weeks, and we went out for coffee the other day, so I asked her to shoot some photos for my blog, to show you the outfit of the day. I didn’t have my DSLR with me, so these were shot by my vlogging camera. It reminds me of the first blogging years, when I used to shoot with a different lens. This is the dress I bought last month, and it’s finally cold enough to wear it. It ties around the waist like you’re wearing a cardigan, but it’s actually the dress itself. I paired it with my grey/black cardigan, my silver backpack, and my white Converse. Super comfortable for a walk downtown. What do you think?
Hello!!! How are you? I feel like we haven’t talked for a while, even though we have. I’ve had some crazy few weeks, with the new house and all, and I still can’t get into my normal program here on the blog, and on my Youtube channel. But hopefully I will, very soon. Anyway, this is an outfit I wore some time ago, to attend a Make Up Forever masterclass with Julien Rol at Sephora here in Thessaloniki. I liked it so much that I decided to wear it again, and take some proper photos of it. I don’t mind repeating an outfit I like. I do it all the time. This is the first time I’m showing you my new pair of culotte pants. I bought this one at Stradivarius, about a month ago, and it was really inexpensive. I paired it with my pink Migato backpack, and my brown/leopard wedge sandals, and a nice white t-shirt. Very simple, comfortable, and cool for a hot summer day like that one. Do you like it? Let me know by leaving a comment below!