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Lingerie Fashion Week part 2


The second day of Lingerie Fashion Week was absolutely special to me. I have spent most of the day with it and it was very interesting for me. Lectures, fashion shows and even contest I took part in. I feel like the contest is a theme for next post because there is a lot to share about it but the day itself will be shown here.
RU: Второй день Бельевой Недели Моды Lingerie Fashion Week был особенным для меня. Я провела большую часть дня там, и всё было мне интересно. Лекции, модные показы и даже конкурс, в котором я приняла участие. Мне кажется, что конкурс - тема для отдельного поста, поэтому сегодня обойдёмся без него.
My outfit was simple and light but very comfy to spend a lot of time looking through the shows.
Мой образ был очень простым и легким, но очень удобным, чтобы провести много времени смотря показы.


My personal favorite show of the day was themed with Mexico "Dia de los Muertos" but due to contest I didn't have a lot of time to see it so looking through the photos my best ever husband made for me (I had almost the same impressions you have):
RU: мой личный фаворит среди шоу - шоу с тематикой Мексика "Dia de los Muertos", но из-за показа я так и смогла в полной мере им насладиться, поэтому часть шоу я посмотрела через фотографии, сделанными моим самым замечательным супругом(так что я получила от этого показа частично перескающие с вами эмоции):



The other shows been wonderful as well.
остальные шоу тоже были прекрасны.
Venice: 
Венеция:


 Moulin Rouge:
Мулен Руж:





I was wearing:
Uniqlo top and jeans
Pakkerson shoes
Forever 21 bracelet

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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