Looking for a few chic Holiday Season outfit ideas? In today’s post I am sharing a few unexpected traditions and how I dress for one of my favorite occasions, like for the New Year’s Eve.
Hello everyone! First of all, I apologize for being absent for such a long time. A lot happened since September, about which I would like to tell you more on the other blogpost. Today I want to share some of my favorite looks for this year’s Holiday Season.
It’s that time of year again, when every weekend calls for not one but two new outfits, one for Friday night’s Holiday Office Party, and on Saturday festive evening with your friends and family. Ever since I can remember, the Holiday Season and New Years Eve has always been about tradition. It’s that time of year when everyone takes time out of their crazy schedules to slow down.
Happy Monday everyone! It’s already September – crazy how time flies and fashion week kicks off end of this week, so get ready for a sea of changes. I am so excited to be in New York for the fashion week and also to enjoy some quality time with my friends and relatives. Not just NYC, but I’ll be heading to Miami for few days as well, and I cannot wait to share the new adventures in upcoming weeks with you.
I’ve been obsessed with off-shoulder tops and dresses ever since I was a child. I remember the times of Beverly Hills 9020 serial and admiring Kelly’s and Brenda’s style, while I was just 7 y/o. The show’s soap-style drama was as amazing as its wardrobe — full of trendy, grungy, ridiculous fashions that every 1990’s teen coveted like crazy.
Welcome to my garden state of mind with today’s lush, colorful look for day and night. The ’90s was a time of high-top sneakers, velvet chokers, and loads of denim. While we wouldn’t like to revisit some of the trends (ahhh, the acid wash!), there’s plenty that we’re glad to see making a comeback this year and one of them are the floral print cami (slip) dresses.
Since you can find everything online, travel booklets and destination brochures are long gone. Bali is loved by many travelers and holds a special place in so many hearts. Those traveling to Bali visit the island for many different reasons, and do things very differently to what I will try to recommend in this guide.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s „Eat, Pray, Love“ put Bali on the map as a single girl’s romantic „finding yourself“ destination. So if you are a devoted traveler and looking for a home, you might just consider dropping your bags for next several months. But overall, Bali is so much more. You can dress it up in accommodation or dress it down and still have a great experience, which is one of the main reasons why I love Bali.
I am not afraid to take risks when it comes to color and style – my clothes are a form of my creative self-expression. Pleats – a trend that has always been a must-have. Who does not own at least one pleated garment? Nowadays in every woman’s wardrobe, the pleated dress, skirt or top has become a timeless piece. Thanks to the early 90s and the genius designer Issey Miyake that, with his pleats line, gave us the practicality to throw dresses, jackets and suits in our suitcase, without having to iron them afterwards.
“The richest human isn’t the one who has the most, but the one who needs less. Wealth is a mindset. Want less and appreciate more today.”
I am always fascinated by the association between the way we enjoy happiness on a daily basis and how we choose to live our lives. There are choices that you make every day, some of which seem completely unrelated to your happiness, that dramatically impact the way you feel mentally and physically. In our daily lives it’s easy to miss the forest for the trees and completely overlook some of the small, simple things that can disproportionally affect our levels of happiness and general fulfillment in life.
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. Continue Reading…
“A woman’s dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.” – Sophia Loren
I hope everyone’s week is off to a great start. For this post, I am wearing probably one of my favorite summer dresses ever. Which is almost sold out everywhere, only few left here. I used to hate the color red when I was a kid and a teenager, but apparently some tastes change and do get better as you get older and you grow out of habits, then you hit a plateau.