Those, who follow me on instagram probably suspect I live for sweets and desserts, so naturally I couldn’t help taking a few pictures in front of the only Paul boulangerie we have in Ukraine. I got the taste of their pastry last year in Paris and have been a huge fan ever since. Obviously these pics were taken before the sugar madness began, hence the anticipation on my face
Coat – Chiswish (similar ones: 1, 2, 3)
Leather jacket – Zara
Jeans – Oasap
Cropped sweater – AXparis
Bag – Marc Jacobs (similar ones: 1, 2 and 3)
Boots – Stradivarius (similar ones here and here)
Watch – Rapp
I love the idea of layering bottoms just as we layer our tops and these pants couldn’t find me at a better time! They’re tailored, which I adore, and they have a skirt on top which is an absolute win win in my book. I just can’t wait to wear them with pumps, I guess we all agree boots are not the most ideal match here.
I’ve been searching for an affordable gray maxi coat for what seems like an eternity and this is as close as I’ve come. Wore it to the movies yesterday and I’m pretty much satisfied with the looser silhouette. It was very dark outside, when we shot these pictures and then I had to pull them to the light side of the force using Photoshop, so the pics definitely don’t do it justice
And notice the silver shoes, I’ve had them for a while and what strikes me is the way they work with an outfit when no other color works. I have to admit I used to be skeptical about metallics but now I’m completely sold.
Happy Sunday everyone! Finally I got a chance to edit a couple of pictures for this post, this week’s been extremely hectic. Aside from my regular work I also got to style two shootings for a local magazine, which was super fun! Today is all about recharging for next week, maybe my bf and I will manage to squeeze in a movie later on.
As for the outfit above, I simply couldn’t say no to this cute 60s silhouette dress, the colors are perfect for fall. Kept the rest of the outfit simple because the print is too loud to add other accents. I hope you like it!
Wore this white lace number to a dinner date with friends in Warsaw. This time we rented an apartment in the old town and I fell in love with all the beautiful surroundings that turned out to be so picture perfect. These shots were taken right outside our building door and I couldn’t ask for a better setting for this outfit.
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