August 7, 2017

Hi, from sunny Vienna! I hope all of you are well and enjoying the strong rays of summer sun light and getting physically and mentally prepared for fall. I just got back home after a very relaxing weekend at Wörthersee, which is a lake in the southern Austrian state of Carinthia. A very popular bathing lake and a main tourist destination in summer, where all I did was swim, sun, read and relax. It was the perfect amount of good energy to infuse into our currently busy lives where a lot is changing and forever evolving. So the everyday activities, like checking social media, stressing and worrying about things we can’t control, etc.—typically set the tone of each day. Which means we waste lots of well-rested time and energy on little things that don’t matter, while gradually losing touch with the significant, controllable parts of our lives that actually do matter.
Having spent a good amount of time relaxing, makes me be more focused on myself and preparing for a few intense months of work from September until end of December, with some very exciting trips ahead which I am looking forward to tell you more about when time comes.

Today I want to share with you an article with wonderful images photographed by Tony Gigov, who again captured the best shots of my outfit. This time I am wearing something unusual and unique. As you might remember, last year I partnered with Laison by Aurelia Santos and this year again, I am happy to show you another special piece – a tulius kimono by Laison.

Laison was established in 2014 based on the belief that clothing should be effortless, elegant, empowering and versatile. Each of Laison’s collection are a play on the intricate complexities of the modern woman; structured yet gentle, detailed yet effortless, subtle but distinct. The brand has built its own aesthetic through inspired use of elongated silhouettes, relaxed tailoring, quality fabrics and innovative designs. The ready to wear brand marry high standard techniques with elegance, and this is apparent in both Laison’s designs and constructions. This organza kimono has small embellishments and it’s effortless chic and very sophisticated, which can be worn on any occasion. I hope you enjoyed this post and I wish you a wonderful new week ahead!

Kimono: Laison by Aurelia Santos
Culottes: & other stories
Bag: YSL
Shoes: Aquazzura

Photography by Tony Gigov for ©DisiCouture

1 Comment

  • Reply dariaed August 8, 2017 at 20:45

    Such pretty details!
    I love it x

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