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Estet Fashion Week part 1


Right now I actually want to try a new way of posting stuff here. So instead to posting all of the event in one I wanted to post the mixed moments. So! Today I want to share with you my first post about amazing Estet Fashion Week which was two weeks ago.

Estet Fashion Week filled me and my evenings not only with joy of fashion and style but also music (and nostalgia). A lot of interesting corners around but most of all I was impressed with official business part contained lectures on various subject. The first lecture I was blessed to visit and know so very much more was about first Russian couturier Nadezhda Lamanova (or someone it is proper to call so for she has all it takes to be called so according today's views). You can also visit Moscow Museum of Fashion to know more about her.

The fashionshows been a blast as well. It all started with absolutely classic Vyatcheslav Zaitsev show. The whole day was themed with retro but non went that far retro. I was totally impressed and happy I could see that. The other shows were lovely as well but in my heart the first show have stolen it all.
















As for my outfit I've chosen a huge comfortable skirt with simple sweater and shoes-bag combo. I looked pretty basic but felt stylish anyway. Sometimes playing it simple is more, you know.



I was wearing:
Tommy Hilfiger skirt
Longchamp bag
Forever21 swetaer

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. You look so beautiful!
    xx

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  2. great impressions!
    love your outfit :)
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  3. Love your post, good photos! :)

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  4. Simple and lovely. I adore the skirt and the boots. Pretty face, smile, and hairstyle also.

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