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Сшито по-доброму в день рождения


My birthday was on 31st of March. On your birthday you are supposed to do what you like. So it's looking a bit obvious I love fashion shows. That's why even on my birthday I couldn't miss a fine fashion show. Especially if it's held of a good reason. It was a fashion show Сшито по-доброму, which can be translated as sew with kindness. It was a charity project and a contest for amateur designers (some are still students). We got to see several fashion shows merged with stories of students in need. I went there to see all of the collections but the main collection I wanted to see happened to the most dear to me - Liza Karikh - you've been great. 
Here are the looks I liked the best on the show:













For my birthday outfit I picked a sailor (or some say French) themed look with my fave huge skirt and most darling scarf of mine. It started snowing that day so coming back home, shooting this outfit in the dark felt surreal 




I was wearing:
Basic Uniqlo top
Tommy Hilfiger skirt
Calvin Klein bag
c/o Zabegina scarf
Diesel watch
c/o Firmoo
Thiefted shoes

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. oooh love all those looks so pretty! xO!
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  2. How exciting! It looks like it was a great show. Glad you were able to do what you wanted :)
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  3. you look very glam sweetie, love that skirt
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  4. Полоска всегда круто выглядит, образ в твоем стиле))))

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  5. you are realy looking good happy birthday to you dear

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