STRIPPED TOP & SKIRT

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The stripped black & white top is a must in every girl’s dressing as it’s one of those pieces which never gets old or out of date. It’s a classic like the “little black dress”. But what can really change is the way how would you wear it today. Jeans, leggings, shorts, skirt…hundreds of combinations. I like it because it’s simple to match with and it’s like a lifesaver for me when I’m in a hurry with no time to think about and there I can go for this option which will always be stylish. One of my favorite combinations with this stripped black&white top is a fancy Asos stripped skirt which is explosing the whole look with its bright blue color. I’m wearing Asos beige boots with transparent heels which were the star of this season. What is your favorite match with the stripped black & white top?


photo by Salomé


KNEE TIGHTS, CHOKER, SPARKLING DRESS…MY BIRTHDAY OUTFIT

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Hi everybody! I celebrated my birthday couple of weeks ago and got this brilliant idea to make a shooting with my birthday outfit. Let me introduce you these simple and available for everybody pieces which rendered this look so sexy.

Dress – got it from New Look. But if you are going to look for the same dress you need to know that I customized it by removing the large straps on both shoulders. It’s more comfortable and sexier this way.

Knee tights – One of the best purchases from Asos. I’ve been wearing the knee high socks since I was in 5th grade. But having them with the tights is the best invention ever simply because they don’t go down!

Boots from Asos that I got last year are probably one of the fanciest ones in my dressing. Multicolor with high heels, they add a little bit of rock to my look.

Accessories – I’m wearing H&M choker.

Check below the link as well as the address of the studio where I had the shooting.

See you soon!


photos by Happy Days Studio

Address: 1bis rue Lemercier, 75017 Paris

Website http://www.happydaysstudioparis.com/


ANOTHER TULLE SKIRT OUTFIT TO WEAR IN WINTER

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If you are following me and my daily outfit posts then you should guess that I’ve been into tulle clothes this winter. And what is curious about this is that I really LOVE how I find different combinations to match. Let’s take this pull with a Trouble Maker written on it and the tulle skirt both from Bershka. A little bit of rock&sassiness by adding a black choker (H&M), red Dior lipstick and the NineWest purse with a golden chain strap and of course the boots! These velour boots are my favorite ones from Asos. The color is changing depending on the light, they are actually bordeau but as you see on the pictures they turn into pink, violet and this is why I like them. If you’re a real fashionista you must have a pair of velour shoes for this season! Tell me what do you think about this outfit! How would you match a tulle skirt? Share you pictures! See you 🙂


photos by Salomé


RED AND BLUE LATE AUTUMN COMBINATION

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These late autumn pictures were lost among my numerous pictures and I got the chance to post them only now. You can see how amazingly the bright yellow leaves transform this picture. Anyway, I want to talk about how I fit these white-blue pants into this autumn outfit. I don’t know why actually people think that light colored pants one can wear only in summer! As you see I don’t agree and therefore I propose this red and blue colored look wearing with transparent silver shoes. Check it and don’t hesitate to comment! See you soon!


photo by Salomé


BUSTIER TOP AND PENCIL SKIRT

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This is a throwback to those hot september days in Paris when I still could walk in my open shoes, in a bustier top not wearing a coat and feeling splendid….To be honest, a couple of years ago when I bought this skirt for job interviews, I could not imagine that one day I would be wearing it this way matching with high heels and a bustier and some accessories like a choker and a shawl to bring a cabaret mood to this set. We were shooting with my friend Victor (the link to his book below) in the 8th district of Paris during rush hours between 17-18h and there was a lot of traffic there. The only thing I was thinking about (besides thinking of not falling down from my heels) was begging in my mind those drivers to go, not stop, not stare at, just drive 🙂  


photos by Victor

Check out Victor’s book at http://www.v2mstyle.book.fr/


BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

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BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESSJust found out that I forgot to share these beautiful pictures taken maybe a month ago! Yes, I’m already missing these open toe shoes! Now about the dress….it’s a very very old one and the kind of classic and simple one with dots. It was in my wardrobe for a while because it’s so stretchy and tight that it requires being in a certain shape! I have not reached that shape if you’d ask but maybe at that moment I felt confortable enough to put it on. So a little bit of classic vintage dotted dress, a little bit of classy and chic high heels and a purse and a little bit of a sassiness with a blood red lipstick and this outfit can be used for work, afterwork, meetings and other going outs!

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS

BLACK AND WHITE DOTTED DRESS


photo by Salomé


RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS

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RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS

I know I’m playing with the fire putting on these red heels+red shoes+red purse together but hell I find it cool though! Classic pointed scarpin high heels with a classic black straight coat and guess what, why won’t we add a beanie to make is casual if we want to avoid a too official working style?

RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS

RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS

RED BEANIE WITH RED HEELS


photo by Salomé


HOW TO WEAR TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

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HOW TO WEAR A TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

The hot summer weather is gone but you have a tutu dress or a skirt in your wardrobe that you haven’t got the occasion to wear in summer and you think of waiting until the next year for showing it off? Well, if you stay open-minded and try to see this ballet tulle in a different way, you might be surprised of how many combinations there can be like with sweaters for example, or even with a sporty style tops. HOW TO WEAR A TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

HOW TO WEAR A TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

HOW TO WEAR A TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

HOW TO WEAR TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN

HOW TO WEAR TUTU SKIRT IN AUTUMN


photo by Salomé


VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

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VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

And finally here is the post about my first pair of Asos boots that I’ve been so talking about for a long time! These beauties made me fall in love with them from the first sight but as at that time I had never ever bought shoes online it was risky. The day when I got them delivered I was the happiest person as the size was perfect, the quality and what is important when you’re shopping online, as they were the same as on the picture, so no deception.

Now this post is also about my new vintage knitted coat. I must confess that I’ve bought it in one of vintage boutiques in Paris for almost nothing. As I’ve told already this fall I’m in a vintage mood so here is another way to combine the old fashion and the trendy. I’m wearing Zara short top underneath my coat and fancy DIM tights. What do you think? By the way, if you also tend to the vintage this season, just give me a sign in the comments and I’ll point you some addresses. See you, bisous!

Nare

VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

VINTAGE KNITTED COAT

VINTAGE KNITTED COAT


photo by Salomé


RED PLEATED SKIRT

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RED PLEATED SKIRT

I’ve always thought that one never have to give away our old clothes only because there are no more trendy. What I’ve learnt in my 27 years is that the fashion keeps bringing up old stuff which leads to my favourite proverb “New is well forgotten old“. I don’t remember how old I was exactly when I saw this skirt in my mum’s wardrobe, 6 or 7 or more…not the point, but here I am wearing it and very proud of it. A pleated red beauty (I call my favourites “beauties”) – the trend of this summer and who cares that it’s maybe 20 years old! I’m actually fond of doing this – trying to find interesting forgotten clothes and giving them a new life. Believe me I’m having so much more fun than just shopping as I feel like I’m creating something and not buying a new freshly created one! If you keep reading my posts or maybe if you have already noticed, I have a lot of examples like this! Those who have a similar hobby, just share in the comments and we will discuss them as well! See you! Bisous

RED PLEATED SKIRT

RED PLEATED SKIRT


photo by Salomé