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Birthday Lo


Last monday I totally ad a blast. I went to a party organized by Russsian clothing brand Lo founder and designer celebrated 27 years for creative work. It was awesome! A first it was intended to be situated outside but the rain made a plans change. Although it went differently and they had to move inside the shop. It was a little bit too tight in there. But they placed blankets on floor and served a picnic anyway. Lovely foods, sweets and drinks. I've spent some time wondering around and looking for a special cube with a riddle. But for sure the main 'dish' was a fashion show. Models presented clothes by the designer and what is the most exciting - all the clothes were available in the shop. The collection was a total blast - it spoke for itself showing nothing but joy, creativity and talent. I'd better leave you with photos so have your own impression








This event had a dress code - only white. It wasn't easy for me because (may be due to school uniform i hated so much) I don't normally wear white. I had one white top, white shirt and a wedding dress. In fact I decided to widen my choice and wore a skirt with a patter and chosen white accessories to make my look whiter.




I was wearing:
Forever21 top
Marc by Marc Jacobs shoes
Michael Kors bag
Mari Axel collab with brand (about 2 years ago) skirt

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. nice event..thanks for sharing
    kisses

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  2. Lovely post dear! Have a great day! xx

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  3. Great post dear! Happy Thursday ! :)xx

    Vildana from Living Like V
    TOMORROW BLOGIVERSARY --> Stalia Is BAE

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