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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia day 5

Two wonderful young ladies Maoussia Zaitseva and Dasha Gauser made my 5th day on MBFWRussia. Very vibrant full of live. no chance to leave without a smile. But that was all their collections had in common.

Maroussia Zaitseva made her show look very different and unusual starting from the catwalk. The show was inspired by Soviet past and simple women. Very casual, home and cosy styles. Lovely shorts, skirts, dresses and romper all paired with charming head scarfs. Perfect for hot summer day in big city.







  

Dasha Gauser made her show look more elegant and more evening. Perfect coctail dresses! Assymmetry, glitter and contrast are main in this collections. Very powerful, they are definitly for guls who definitely know what they want from life.










  


For this day I've chosen a little formal outfit. For me main idea of it was the big flower as a bow and bright red jacket. Very comfortable throughout the day and still stylish for me. Simple yet cute. ok, enought complementing me. Better look up and enjoy the shows
  

I was wearing:
Longchamp bags
H&M flower pin
Topshop pant
no teg left for shirt and jacket sorry
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Great fashion show!
    Love your pants!
    Xx

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  2. So cool doll, would have been amazing to go to, you look stellar xx

    The Dainty Dolls House

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  3. You look lush babes, Looks like you had great fun at the fashion show.
    Have a blast this weekend.

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