A couple of posts ago, I showed you my party’s buffet, and shared with you all the little details I had organized for my friends. Planning my parties, or such events, is one of my favorite things. Despite the fact that the process can be quite tiring, the joy it gives me, after everything is ready, makes it all worth it. My next favorite thing after organizing, a “killer” and memorable party, is picking out the outfit for the day. Even though, I didn’t have much time on my hands, I had the outfit of the day, planned in my mind, and just hoped it was as good in real life as I imagined it to be. And thankfully it was, or at least I believe so. I wanted something comfortable so I could be able to walk around, and make coffees and drinks for my friends or adding stuff to the buffet, and things like these. So I consider the outfit an excellent choice.
In my previous post, I shared with you the details of my party, as you asked me to, and now as promised I’ll share with you my “actual” birthday look. Not the one from my party on the 19th but the outfit I wore on my birthday on the 16th. It wasn’t a party, just a slow night out for me and my bf, who came to Thessaloniki, just for me, to celebrate my birthday! So we went out for dinner, and drinks at our usual, but favorite spot: TGI Friday’s. I’m so predictable, I know.
I took some quick pics (unfortunately inside the house, as it was really late) as I was waiting for him to pick me up. I really hope you like my look.
Here we are again with another pastel colored outfit! I’ve warned you! I have Pastel Fever! Really can’t help it. On my defense, I hadn’t put my summer clothes in my closet, until 2 days ago, and I only had winter ones, and these available. And I definitely choose cool pastel colored spring clothes over winter ones. I wore this outfit last week to go for coffee with my new blogger friend Maria from Style Bows, and while waiting for her I got A LOT of stares from the people around me. Must be the fact that I used many colors in one outfit (although I consider them quite neutral, because they are pastels), or that I live in a country (Greece) where everybody stares when he/she sees something different. God, I hate that! Anyway, you’ve seen a “preview” of this outfit some time ago, when I showed it to you on Facebook, when I was trying on some of my new purchases, and I really liked the result so I decided to actually wear it to go out.
Weird title, I know! I always have trouble finding good titles for my posts and even more now, that my inspiration has left the building, since my blog is down as I’m writing these lines, and I’m much more caffeinated than I should be, to deal with it properly. Of course if you’re reading this, it means that the blog is already up (let’s hope that it didn’t take too long to happen), so let’s move on to my outfit post.
These pics were shot about a week ago, when T. was in town for a few days. So sorry for posting them late again, but as you know I always write my “month in pics” and “month’s wishlist” post at the end and the start of each month, so this takes all other posts back a few days. Anyway, the day was hot enough to allow me to wear a sleeveless black dress (that I didn’t have the chance to wear before, this year), and a pair of my not-so-wintery boots. You’ve seen them before in this post.
Hello hello! It’s Friday today, and I’m pretty sure everyone’s excited for the weekend. I’m almost 2 weeks late in showing you my Easter Sunday outfit, but you know how it is, I usually do 2-3 posts a week. So, without further ado, I present to you my outfit from that day. As the title implies it’s mostly a pastel colored outfit, with just a tiny hint of neon.