Let's face it - the blue striped shirt trend is not going anywhere in 2017. If anything brands like Zara just kept reimagining their oversized striped shirts. Now you can find the blue striped shirt with various prints and embroideries on them. Or if you're really into the structure over embellishment, then the ones with bows and ruffles are perfect for you. You know what? Brands really stepped it up to the max that there's something for everyone, but only if you like stripes in the first place that is...
There isn’t a better way to dream than to dream in tulle – the flowiness and romantic quality of this beautiful material makes you feel like a princess or a whimsical fairy. This fashion season, we saw tulle everywhere – from runways to chain stores. Worn with a t-shirt and leather jacket, for a rock princess look or with a bodysuit and lace-up ballet flats for the ultimate ballerina look. Tulle has been all the rage. You know what’s funny? No matter how many times tulles goes out of style and comes back in style, I’m always welcoming the trend. Each time it reemerges, I try to do something new with it. Dress it up, dress it down, play with it. Here's one of many ways you can wear a tulle skirt in winter.
Can opera gloves be a thing again, please? Let's make them popular in 2017, because they really deserve to be. Let's be real - they elevate every outfit and bring a little bit of mystique to the wearer. It's like - I'm a bit covered, but I'm sexy at the same time because you can see just a little bit of skin. You feel me?
My New Year's Eve look is a bit different this time around. I tend to opt for a dress, but I thought - why not switch it up a little? Maybe I can wear a romper that resembles PJs, because what's New Year's if not one big pajama party? At least for me, because I tend to fall asleep with a glass of champagne in one hand and Kathy Griffin yelling in the background from overcrowded Times Square, as we're all waiting for the ball to drop.
If you have to wait for the train, at least do it stylishly. Not that I was actually waiting for the train, but hey, I had to figure out how to name this post. The weekend I took these photos, New York was covered in snow. It came almost unnoticed and unannounced, like when Kirk sneaks into Emily Gilmore's dinner without anyone noticing him. (All Gilmore Girls fans, you know which scene I'm referring to...hilarious.)
I don't take photos in the City very often, but when I do, I find it to be such a struggle. People are so over people taking photos on the sidewalks. I totally understand that - you're trying to get to work and then BAM! - an obstacle. But hey, the most important thing is your attitude. Patience and kindness go a long way and you need to have a lot of it when you're determined to take photos in a beautiful concrete jungle that New York City is.
LBD (little black dress) is a staple of every wardrobe. However, this post is not about it. No. And it’s all because, an LBS (little black sweatshirt) doesn’t get much love and it’s just as much of a staple if you ask me. When I purchased this sweatshirt, you guessed it – from Mystique, I wasn’t exactly sure what it was. I liked the fact that it’s ripped, but I wasn’t sure if it’s just an oversized sweatshirt or a sweatshirt dress. Therefore, I’ve decided that it can be both.
Happy Fri-yay my fellow Stylegazers! I think I’ve finally found the ONE – I’ve finally found the perfect blouse. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with anything flowy, especially the blouses, because I’ll be honest; I’m low key trying to channel Stevie Nicks. But hey – aren’t we all? She’s such an inspiration.
As you might’ve noticed, I don’t really post that many sporty looks, so I’ve figured that maybe I should switch it up a little… I don’t know… I’m not sure what aligns with my personality better – sporty or romantic? But hey – we can’t always live our lives according to the script, now can we? We kind of limit ourselves.
Hello my fellow Stylegazers! Happy Friday! This has been a long and exhausting week. Being a one-woman band is definitely not easy, but I have so much passion for what I do that the pros outweigh the cons. Still, every now and then I need to remember to take a breather. I try to take on as much as possible and I really push myself past what’s humanly possible. If you feel me – this is a reminder for you to spoil yourself a little this weekend. Go pamper yourself, take a walk in the nature, meditate, hit the gym, socialize… Do whatever makes you feel alive. And when the next work week starts; just TAKE IT EASY. Slow down, take a moment to breathe, observe...