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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week day 5

Hello!
This is my final post about Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia. The last for me was Georgia day.  For this day I've picked a funny girly outfit inspired by cowboys and cowgirls. Unfortunately in my photos there is not a white neck-scarf which I originally wore but forgotten to put on when I rewire this outfit to make photos.


The first show was by Diana Kvariani. I loved how simple yet chic and wearable her outfits are. The spades are also pretty. Very pretty mix of sport casual and girly stuff. I enjoyed the show despite the fact that it was 5th day of MBFWRussia and I felt like I could take no surprises.






 Traditionally the designer

The last show for me was the funnest! Do you like football? It was some great men style fashion show which was made for football loving men! Moreover you don't actually see that but complete collection provided the buyer with complete look including even photos cases. What was even funner - there were no real models but Moscow Spartak club football players! How fun! And most of them were visibly enjoying the show, smiling, laughing and making fun (with football balls, dancing and running all the way on the catwalk)










 Sorry for not blurry photo but I really want to add the last shot with the designer to show the show a little more.
And some more of my outfit:

 Having some fun mimicking a cowboy walk

 No fun, no play, right?




I was wearing:
Diesel jacket
Vero Moda shirt and top
Next jeans
Mojo Moxi shoes
hat borrowed from Max
Inkkas bag
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. Love it!


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  3. nice collection!
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  4. Great post!!Lovely collection!Love your cowboy outfit!So cool!!
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  5. Gorgeous !!! you look lovely babe :) kisses

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  6. Great runway photos and your cowgirl outfit is very fun.
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  9. Your outfit were utterly cool Lyosha! And also the shows are great, the last is really the funniest! xo

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  15. You look marvellous doll, love those boots :))) xx

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