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Chapeau and Mosfur 2017

Hello!
Do you like hats as much as I do? I am a big fan! I have a lot of hats and in fact it's not only my thing. My husband loves hats too. I mean you can never go wrong with a fine hat!
Can you imagine hat heaven? If you don't you just have to visit hat fair. I am happy to live in Moscow because we do actually have one. It is called Chapeau and I visited it not long before. And it is not it. It is paired with Mosfur which is dedicated to all the fur, faux and natural. Let us not discuss the ethic moments. I vote for faux fur always but I think in Russia we need more time to get ready to fully accept it. Today I want to share with you some fun I had on Chapeau and Mosfur.
My outfit for the event was pretty simple. Light summer dress which makes me feel a little retro in a good way. Comfortable sneakers worn with high socks and a backpack to comfy up the look. What do you think? By the way, do you like my braids?

But my pretty face, dress and other details is not the only thing I want to share with you. Look, more highlights!




I was wearing:
Lucio dress
Nike backpack
Tommy Hilfiger sneakers

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. For sure I like your braids, you look very beautiful with them and I'm also a hat lover like you! I think a hat makes each look immediately better! Thanks for sharing this super cute post.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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