Style doesn’t have to be complicated, monochromatic doesn’t have to be boring. Dion Lee, 26 years old, is an important name on the australian fashion scene. Last Summer he was awarded with the International Woolmark Prize. Today we take a … Continue reading
NatarGeorgiou de Dimos Natar e Andreas Georgiou, dois designers gregos que juntaram esforços para criar uma coleção mágica, onde as transparências e as iridiscências se fundem com o handmade para criar vestidos marcantes e com um cunho moderno.
Não são peças para os “fracos de coração” mas sim para os ousados e para os que gostam de primar pela diferença. A mistura de texturas e de materiais foge dos padrões habituais mas nunca do bom gosto. É uma coleção a manter “debaixo de olho” no próximo Outono/Inverno.
Porque os looks de trabalho não têm que ser monótonos…
Fonte: Gary Pepper
O que apetece usar na Primavera?
Cor fresca de menta, delicada-pastel ou ácida: A cor que lembra as manhãs frescas de Verão, as maçãs que esperam ainda amadurecer, o chá de hortelã-pimenta e a Frizze de limão.
Um simples vestido de Verão e uma fantástica mala da Furla. Para usar e abusar.
Fonte: Furla e Asos
While dressing for a night out, less can be more.
You can’t go wrong with this color palette: black, cream and white.
Nothing is simpler. And being simple without being boring is the essence of effortless and affordable style.
Wishing you a great and love-filled weekend!
… not the bride.
But if I were the bride I would wear this.
2011 is the year of the wedding but I didn’t got the memo. Continue reading
I love life’s little pleasures. I like the clean smell of cotton and fresh linen, I like a glass of red wine or a piece of dark chocolate. I like high-heeled shoes, right out of the box, and I like new clothes.
Yes, I do like a lot of things… but I try not to indulge carelessly in all pleasures at once. You know what they say… too much of a good thing can kill you. (Although that is yet to be proved.)
Anyway, I’m a sensible person (or I like to think I am…) but I like to treat myself with these special little things once in a while. It feels just like a little pat on the back for a job well done (or unnecessary self-gratification, as you might prefer to call it…).
That is why, if you say “Sales!” to me, there is no way I can stay indifferent to that call. I just can’t let the opportunity pass me by.
But my days of shopaholism (is that a word?) are long gone (I told you I was sensible.) and a seasons sale is now also a period the requires some re-evaluation and planning.
So, this last sales I imposed a small challenge to myself.
I would spend only 100 € in some garments, following some rules:
I’m having mixed feelings about this… I probably should let it sink in a little while and look at it again later. I just don’t know what to make of it. Do I like it? Don’t I?
It sure is colourful and vibrant with a boho touch with all that maxis, and the blue hair and some monochromatic pieces… How about the shoes? I like the shoes… The patterns, the fringes… I like the overall feel of it but I wish I could see more.
Hummm… Yeah, I’ll get back to this later… When it’s warmer and closer to Spring.