In Uncategorized on February 28, 2013 at 3:35 pm
If getting rid of clothes is something you just can’t do, you don’t realize how much it helps to value what you have, and how much you love the clothes that stay, or that you don’t really need some of them.
As you already might know I love to play with clothes, not just mine. Give me a closed and tell me to re-organise it, and I’m happy! You may have shirts that you never put on, skirts that have the wrong length, colors that don’t suit you that much so you never wear them, or great pieces you bought and love, but don’t know how to combine, so they always go back in.
Look at every single piece of clothing or accessoire, even shoes, take a good look at it, and feel if you really like it, use it, or need it.
And the best part of “cleaning up your wardrobe”, is that for everything that leaves something new has to come in!!!
Here some clothes I keep since years because they’re never out for me:
Denim Mini skirt
Cotton sweater, knitted by my mother
Safari style shorts
Peace and Love belt
In Wonderful Looks&Outfits on February 27, 2013 at 1:30 pm
Sometimes it feels like we girls have forgotten that showing a little curves wearing a skirt that even makes you move different, can really make your day. And the truth is, there is a skirt for every woman and body type, so please take your time, have fun and find yours!!
This skirt is from STEFANEL, the shirt is ANN TAYLOR, and the tie from TREVIRA.
In Uncategorized on February 27, 2013 at 10:48 am
In Wonderful Looks&Outfits on February 26, 2013 at 11:33 am
It’s still winter, raining a bit, but for me it’s a “Hat Day”, which makes it all nicer. Same with heels, some days I’m all for high heels, and other days I could never where them.
The wool cardigan is from Vero Moda, the cashmere sweater is In Linea, scarf from H&M, and the skirt is Promod. Got the cardigan from ANZIEHEND! again, you simply find cute things every time you look!
In ART on February 25, 2013 at 10:37 pm
It’s easy to find a beautiful actress beautiful, or stylish in Dior, but Marion Cotillard is special. She is versatile, elegant, creative, another example that confirms my theory about natural elegance. Elegance is, in most cases, something you’re born with. You can learn so much about clothes, styles, manners or great make up that shows your best sides, but do you really believe in learning elegance?
You can dress elegantly, but with jeans and white shirt on wearing flip-flops (cheap ones) and without make up or your hair done? Not everybody has that skill or nature, but Marion definitely does.
I personally love fashion films, specially if there is a little (or a lot) humour there, and a woman like Cotillard. The last film I say lately with her playing the main character was La Vie en Rose, she works the character so well you forget who is working there.
Found the video in FASHION GONE ROGUE by the way.
In Uncategorized on February 23, 2013 at 3:30 pm
Here I am again recommending you (at least to have a look) the MADAME this month.
What do we have? They focus a bit on Silk tops, similar to at least one Marilyn Monroe used to wear, by Pucci, somebody remembers? Here a picture from Kittens & Aprons.
Also HATS, they are definitely back I hope to stay for a while.
Page 92 an article about a film where you see lots of 50′ style, I don’t tell you more about the film… the article is titled “Fräulein, zum diktat bitte”, I saw the picture and that comedy by Billy Wilder from the 60′ came up to my mind, the secretary in that picture is played by Liselotte Pulver showing us a great “satire” of the “Fräulein Wunder ” phenomenon at the time, have a look at her wardrobe on that picture, it’s worth it.
On page 102 an article about painter K.H. Hüdicke.
And to my surprise, a generous article about sexiness! So well written it even got me to re-think some of my ideas and concepts about the subject (such a subject), incredible but true!
The article is by Wolf Reiser, please take 20 min, and enjoy.