Found this cold shoulder dress while sorting through my wardrobe last month, when I was moving out. The only time I wore was almost two years ago in Paris, and I figured it’s time to shake off the dust and pair it with something fresh in 2017. I’m really into white shoes this season so I added them to the mix as well, together with a pair of cropped flares and a large tan leather bag.
Trying to add a little bit of color to my wardrobe with these season’s sales. Got this huge sweater at Zara and it’s quickly become one of my favorite winter pieces, it goes great with the rest of my blacks, whites and in-betweens. It’s been crazy cold in Lviv these past couple of weeks so we took these pics in one of my favorite coffee shops right next to my office, where I love to meet clients or work with a laptop and a cup of hot cocoa on calmer days.
Happy New Year guys! Hope 2017 brings you lots of joy and new experiences!
I wanna share with you one of my recent outfits, where I’m wearing fishnet for the first time in a while, I really like the smaller one as I think it’s just the right amount of sexy, especially paired with a mini skirt. I like to balance sexy items with something less revealing like a turtleneck sweater.
I’ve been lying around sick these past couple of weeks and trying to move apartments at the same time, so I practically had no time or energy to shoot outfits outdoors, but luckily I have this last one we shot at the end of autumn. I accidentally realized peacoats are super versatile and the classic combo of navy + tan is still very much appealing to me. Probably not a very innovative outfit concept but the one I’ve been wearing over and over this fall and winter.
My favorite kind of cold temperature dressing probably includes a pair of white sneakers and a tailored maxi coat. The ones I’m wearing in this post have been on a very high rotation in the past seasons, so what I did is I added this new sweater dress by a Ukrainian brand to make the coat and the sneakers feel fresh again – a simple trick you can use to make as many iterations with your wardrobe items as possible.
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