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Crazy from you baby

When it goes to lovely clothes I often think of choies as an option. That's why i was so happy when Choies offered me to try their clothes again, this time from Elf Sack. I spent lots of time choosing until finally didn't think of small number of skirts I own. And now you have it! The fabric is lovely and light, the belt detail is very charming and looks nice however you choose to wear it. The under skirt makes it more girly and adds volume which is perfect of any body type. What can I say Choies can not go wrong.
Talking about thus wonderful colourful skirt I should mention other parts if the outfit. I'm not one of those quirky colourful ladies so I immidiantly wanted to mute if the brightness of the skirt choosing beige details. My beloved (but never published on blog) Jimmy Choo pumps and basic tee of Mango with nice neck detail. I failed muting in fact (confessions) taking my bright yellow DKNY bag (perfect for busy day I had) and colouring my lips brig…

How to keep your cool in the office

The Great British Heatwave is a memory we cling to throughout the dreary winter – and this summer, it's been even longer and hotter than any of us could have hoped. However, with the BBQs and garden parties of the weekend come the trials of the weekday existence as the mercury climbs into the high twenties. Office politics are tricky at the best of times, but the heat brings new problems.

What to wear?
It can be difficult dressing for work in the heat. If your commute leaves you drenched in sweat, bring a spare shirt to work. Sandals are fine in most offices and they beat ballet pumps, which often end up overheating feet and creating unpleasant odours!

A major heatwave issue is the air-conditioning; dressing for the baking hot outside and the fridge-cold temperatures inside is a problem many have to tackle during the summer months. Layering is key here – pair light short sleeve or sleeveless tops with cardigans that you can throw on when the air conditioning gets too chilly in …

Pink is like red but not quite

Pink never been my colour but lately I even sometimes wearing it. This outfit is my latest look on best way to wear baby-doll dresses. Esp on oversized dresses. (I believe I could write a book about oversized clothes). The dress is very girly and very cute so I did my best to mute it with hot spikes on my legs, a belt to show off a little body  and a tiny skull-ed bag to bring a little more edge to the outfit. I even coloured my nails to match the look mostly black with 1 finger per hand pink and the opposite my toes on (you can't see that but it makes me feel very good when I know how it is)
Max and I had a lot of fun during this photo set and I believe the result turned out to be cute and fun. How do you think?






I was wearing:
Topshop dress
Jeffrey Campbell shoes

Have a nice day, Lyosha

Welcome to the Jungle

Just in case that's I guess the most famous song of Guns and Roses. Why did I name this post so? Scroll down you'll know. Still this title is the only way i could possibly name this post and outfit. Guns and Roses tee tree 'jungle-like' scenery. It simply couldn't go any other way.
I felt very powerful and playful walking with Max (no not a date, just walking). I just outfits like that - it's making me feel good and looking for music  simple tee and shorts and practically all I need to wear to feel awesome. Everything else is great too but this is amazing!
Taking about amazing things about this outfit - it's my top and glasses. Chicnova was very kind offering it to me. The top is perfect. Great band on, great material. It's oversized for me (I guess for proper size take 2 sizes down for this model iuf you want to be hugged by it) but I loved the oversized outcome as well. The material is amaizng! Perfect for hot weather and the sheer details are living it…

Just push play

The weather is awesome and I'm very happy about the hats, romper and all the joy. Summer strikes in the hat and we are all happy about it even if we have only 2 more weeks of that.
In fact the photos I'm going to show you are a bit old but I re-wore with outfit so I think that's counts.
I love this romper as it's total cuteness and comfort, the floppy hat is so feminine (but huge so I don't wear it often) and those shoes are just pretty. I stole them from my mom permanently I believe I've already wore them more times than my mom did. I love the pastel coloured round pattern on them so much.
I believe I've managed to create something retro, 60s may be in this outfit. And I love my hair here. Surprise - I did nothing for them. I even left home with my hair wet.




I was wearing:
Topshop romper
Hat I bought in Montenegro
Masterpeace bracelets
Stolen from my shoes

Have a nice day, Lyosha

Amazing... Firmoo.

An old friend is always great. That's why I am so happy to work with Firmoo again. They were very kind offering me a new pair of glasses. Surely I couldn't say no. Surely couldn't avoid spending some time picking from various lovely frames. I wanted to pick something slightly different and stylish.
I love the size of frame I've chosen - it's big but not too much. I took some risk as I usually get a big frame touching my chicks tightly but this frame doesn't do it at all. It's very comfortable and I'd say even more comfortable then my another plastic kinda-big frame from Firmoo as well. it's very lightweight and I almost don't feel it my face right after I put glasses on. The muted blue of the frame adds a nice touch to any outfit with blue (and it's my favourite colour as you remember). I didn't think twice choosing my first blue frame and doing it with Firmoo.
By the way, now do you like the spot? that's one blogger check. 







P.S. if …

The Young Designers Collective: the interview

Do you remember I told you about Young Designer Collective not long ago? I have even more stunning news/information for you. Those guys were awesome enough to give me a interview! I really loved the way it turned out. Thank you so much Shilpa for taking your time answering on my questions! And.. can't wai to see more for YDC in future of World Domination... oh success I ment

1 How did you come up YDC idea? Was there something (an event may be) which pushed you to do it?


YDC was sparked from an idea. We all had realized while in school that it was tough for emerging designers to balance supporting themselves and working on their own designs. We also always felt that we loved fashion but that we were disappointed on the toll it took on the environment as well as the pointlessness of creating more and more unnecessary items. With this in mind Shilpa met our now marketing consultant, Patricia Reider, one day on a train and they began talking. It eventually led to Patricia wanting to fin…