I’m back from Athens, and back to work already! This is the last look we photographed, before my trip and before, dying my hair again. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve already seen the change. If not, what are you waiting for? This one was the 4th look from the lookbook I showed you last week, and my favorite of all. I love this pink midi skirt, and I loved the combination with the black crop top and the similar colored block heels. Overall, the result was something I’d happily wear to an event, such as a wedding or even for a night out for drinks. The bubbles added some playfulness to the look of the day, and I love how the camera captures them, even though the lighting wasn’t ideal in all photos. I really hope you like this look. Let me know, by leaving a comment below!
I wore this outfit sometime last week, when I met with the girls, to film a new video for our Stylishly Beautiful Youtube Channel (subscribe! to see it soon!). The day was sunny and warm, and it ended up being super busy, since I was out all day. I’m not complaining though, because I got to film the video, take these outfit photos (sorry for the weird colors, it was sunny & cloudy at the same time), and meet many friends for coffee, food, etc. I had an amazing time, but returned home at 3AM tired as hell. And my schedule have been pretty much that lately. How did you spend your weekend?
This tartan pencil skirt is one of the few things that I bought this season, and even though it was love at first sight, I didn’t get the chance to wear it until now. My first thought, was to combine it with my navy blue cropped top and my two-tone toe-cap pumps in blue and black. At first I was hesitant about the cropped top, but decided to go for it, even though I’m quite pale, and definitely don’t have the body of a model. Fashion is for those who dare after all, and don’t care about what other people might say. Of course I also wore a blazer on top, which made the look classier and kept me warm. My long coat was the perfect finish to the look. You might recognize the skirt, and the whole styling of these photos from the post I made last week, when I showed you my face without the sunglasses for the first time since I started blogging. It was a really big moment for me, and I imagine that even bigger ones are coming… fingers crossed! Till then, have a fantastic weekend my dear readers. Mine is going to be rather busy. My blogger friends and I, have something really BIG planned for this Sunday. Stay tuned for more details next week, and follow me on social media to get the updates in real-time! Kisses to all!
I wore this outfit the day we went for coffee with Maria from Style Bows, but didn’t have the chance to photograph it, so I decided to wear it last week to go for a morning coffee date with T. I was going to wear it with these matching pumps this time, but I somehow managed to sprain my ankle 2 weeks ago, and I couldn’t “climb” on my heels. And to be honest I had to stop wearing heels from the first day this happened. But at first I thought that it would pass, but then the doctor told me it was a sprain. So no heels for me, for a while, until my ankle heals…. I hope I don’t pressure it with the amount of walking I’ll be doing in London (I’m returning today by the way, so this is a scheduled post).
These photos were taken a few days ago, when the weather was still autumn-ish, contrary to the weather we’ve been having these past couple of days, that’s been all rainy & windy. The weather was actually quite mild that day, which allowed me to go out with a bare midriff. I had this outfit on my mind for days, and I’m glad I decided to wear it then, because it would have been impossible to wear it now. I hope I could also leave my tights home, but I was planning to return home late at night, so it wasn’t an option.