Although I love this dress to death it’s hilarious to see how people react to it. Because the back straps are so tiny and my hair kinda covers them, people behind would constantly catch up with me to make sure I’m not topless. You should have seen the relief in their eyes! xDD
Can’t wait to repeat this experiment while it’s still hot outside
Here I am wearing my new shirt dress which sort of makes me feel I’m somewhere by the sea, covering my chocolaty tanned legs and the only thing going through my mind being cocktails! Unfortunately, I’m nowhere near the sea right now, but trust me, this dress is coming to the vacay with me next month!
Shirt dress – Chicnova (mine is in size M, also lots of cool options and inspiration in this post)
Hi guys! I hope you’re having a lovely week so far!
The last couple of weeks have been extremely exhausting, I had to work every single day, so when an opportunity to get away for a couple of days presented itself, my boyfriend and I took a train to Warsaw. Many of my friends can’t imagine their vacation without sea, beach and tan, but I personally love spending time in other cities, living a normal life, renting an apartment instead of booking a hotel, cooking, having a morning run and going to picnics, which I did yesterday, in a word doing things tourists don’t do. It helps me to get my mind off work and freshen things up a bit.
P.S. Have you noticed I changed my hair color? I got extremely bored with my old hair so I just had to do something drastic (at least for me). Let me know what you think!
Hard afternoon sun and crazy wind are a blogger’s nightmare, especially when combined. I personally prefer soft morning light on my outfit pictures, sunsets will do as well, but what can you do if it’s your only opportunity to shoot an outfit?
1) make sure the wind is blowing in your back, this way the hair will look more voluminous
2) if squinting on a picture is not an option, stand facing the sun and turn your head to a side, so that one part of your face was lit up without any harsh shadows
3) if you can’t/don’t want to find a shadow, try turning your back to the sun and then just add some contrast to your pictures in Photoshop.
Crackled top – Cameo (a gorgeous dress in the same print here)
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