I have a love-hate relationship with this foundation. At first, I bought it because I’ve heard so many praises about it, and I was running out of foundation and needed one for my trip to Athens. Its price is a little above 10euros, so this fact also contributed in my choice to buy it to give it a try.
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?
Happy October everyone! This month, I have a lot of things on my wishlist, and yes they’re all from Zara. It seems that Zara is trying to make me go broke… there’s no other explanation. I’ve already bought a few things, which you’re going to see on my next post, but I’m still thinking about buying the above skirt, the grey pumps, and possibly one of the other pairs of shoes as well. I don’t want to spend much more though, since I was trying too hard not to buy anything last season, but my shopping diet broke last month. I’d love to have that coat too, but it’s a bit expensive for something you buy at Zara. What do you think?
A few days ago, I went to the nearest mall with T. to buy a gift for my mother’s birthday. After we finished gift shopping, we took these photos and went to a nearby café to enjoy our afternoon, where I tasted the best freddoccino ever. Of course I had to Instragam it, so if you want to see more photos from that day, check out my account. I went with a B&W outfit (summer’s biggest trend) and decided to add a little glam to the outfit with my vibrant red Mac lipstick: Ruby Woo. I think it was the perfect finish to the look. Fun detail: Of all my clothes (most of which have been bought from high-street stores), this top is the one I saw the most times on others. In fact that exact afternoon, at that exact place, I saw 3 more ladies, wearing the same top, and one more when we were taking photos for the previous post with Anatoli.
Last Thursday we met again with Anatoli from the blog From An.ni with Love, to take some outfit photos of each other, and enjoy cold drinks next to the sea. It was a lovely afternoon, and we had fun taking photos and gossiping. I wore a super casual outfit to fight the hot summer sun. A definite uniform of mine when the temperatures rise to the highest! A huge thank you to Anatoli for taking my photos….I always enjoy meeting my girls and fellow fashion bloggers of my city! Visit her blog too and see the photos I took of her outfit.