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MBFWRussia Day 2

I know I am not as fast as I would want to be but here I am, posting a day 2 of MBFWRussia for you today. Second day very eventful to me. I got to see Agatha ├ćnter, a young brand  who started with Fashion Futurum; Vina, the upcycle brand (I was and am very excited to see more ecologically conscious brands in Russian market and fashion scene) and final for me of the day, Julia Dalakian, the brand you have seen many times on blog pages, a brand I love and deeply admire.












I liked the futuristic outlook and tons of cozy styles for upcoming cold the first show. I wanted to wear so much from Agatha ├ćnter. Upcycle is a wonderful theme and I loved how bravely and openly the utilize it. Vina didn't shy on doing the upcycle, they are proud of it. In may outfits you can clearly see the bits and pieces they used; many details are deliberately left off uneven showing off the theme even more. I think this collection was my highlight of the day. The final of my day was Julia Dalakian. I really enjoyed the show, the colors were so vibrant and the theme played out nicely. The models were seen having fun, blowing kisses, waving the skirts and making magic. I am never disappointed with Dalakian fashion shows.







As for my outfit. I kinda had a hard time choosing the outfit this time. I had something in mind for other days but just not for the second. I really wanted to embrace my feminine side so I wanted to go with a skirt. As I kinda sorta have an obsession (still) with the skirt I chose to wear I didn't think twice. Actually it's a lot like styling I did for sexy summer date but I changed the shoes to chunky boots, added a hat (because I have a hat mood lately) and a jacket to keep warm. I think it's a great way to style summer look for autumn/fall season.


I was wearing:
H&M skirt
Monki open back cropped top and jacket (jacket is from couple year ago, I still can't believe how well it's made to hold on still)
thrifted shoes
Calvin Klein bag (the biggest I have because MBFWRussia doesn't have a wardrobe this season)
Uniqlo x Ines de la Fressange hat

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I wish I could look as cute as you in hats! Beautiful post!

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  2. Awesome fashion show, the mixed colors design look strangely cool haha. Like never seen like that before.

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    1. Upcycle is a relatively new trend. in the right hands it really is work of art.

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  3. This show seems to be a bit hit and miss. Some nice and unusual outfits there.

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  4. I love watching fashion shows. Their looks are so fab.

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  5. I'm a big fan of neutral colors, and this collection is fantastic. I'm particularly fond of the AE pullover and matching boots!

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    1. I loved the look as well. I think it'd totally rock myself

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  6. I love those dramatic creations! That first look on the runway is stunning! I LOVE what you wore as well. You look like you belong in the show! That hat is amazing and so is the skirt. You have such an eye for fashion <3
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  7. Nice fashion and I enjoyed the pictures! The runway was exciting and I enjoyed it. - Knycx Journeying

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  8. I loved the all white outfit with the lacey over dress. Your outfit looked amazing!

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  9. I like the orange dress best - and your outfit, of course ;-)

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  10. Funny thing, I LOVED your outfit the best! You definitely out did the designers in my humble opinion!

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  11. There are some stunning dresses here! I love that orange one - so pretty!

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  12. Your outfit is so editorial I love it so much!

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  13. This is so pretty! You pulled them all off so well! I would love to go to a fun fashion show like this.

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  14. Amazing!!! I love your outfit as well, you look amazing...Great styles, wow!!!

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  15. What a fun show, and I am absolutely loving that skirt of yours!

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  16. I love your outfit this time. Such a very cool combination. I also love that there are more ecologically conscious brands coming up

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  17. I like the patterns of the first half of the show. It is like paatchwork.

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  18. I really loved your outfit. You look very good in it.

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  19. You look good in everything. I am amazed! Nakakahappy.

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