Time to Hope. Време за надеж


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“To live without Hope is to cease to live.” ~ Fyodor Dostoevsky

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Moving forward. Striving for more. Reaching for the stars. That what my generation always hoped for. We believed in ourselves, always pushed each other to be better, to do better. Hope was our driving force. Still is. Not only to be the best at what we do, but to be the best version of ourselves. We still hope. Hope that the world is not just black and white and that we have yet to find all the shades and colours in between.

The Bloggers Challenge we started with Skopje Casual and My:Time continues to the next round. Thank you all for voting for me so far and keep that positive energy coming. You can vote for me to be the next face of FOSSIL watches HERE. The theme of the second post in this challenge is Hope, the driving force in my life. For this blog post I invited a dear friend of mine and a fellow poet, Bozidar Zimski, to join me in front of the camera. We belong to the same generation of hope I wrote about earlier. In good times and bad we always had each other’s back and kept the hope alive in our poetry. And we’re still standing strong. If you ask our generation what is the Time to Hope? the answer is: Every minute of every day.

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Да се движиме само напред. Да се стремиме кон повеќе. Да посегнеме кон ѕвездите. Тоа беа надежите на мојата генерација. Верувавме во себе, секогаш се бодревме да бидеме подобри, да ги направиме нештата подобри. Надежта беше нашата движечка сила. И уште е. Не само да бидеме најдобри во она што го работиме, туку да бидеме најдобрата верзија на себе. И уште се надеваме. Се надеваме дека светот не е само црно-бел и дека допрва ќе ги најдеме сите нијанси и бои меѓу црното и белото.

Блогерскиот предизвик што го почнавме со Skopje Casual и My: Time продолжува во следниот круг. Ви благодарам на сите што гласавте за мене досега и продолжете да праќате ваква позитивна енергија. ТУКА можете да гласате за јас да бидам следното заштитно лице на FOSSIL. Темата за вториот пост од предизвикот е Надеж, движечката сила во мојот живот. За овој пост го поканив мојот драг пријател и колега поет Божидар Зимски, да ми се придружи пред фотоапаратот. Ние сме дел од една иста генерација, генерацијата на надежта за која зборував претходно. Во лошо и во добро, секогаш сме се потпирале еден на друг и ја одржувавме надежта во живот преку поезијата. И уште стоички се држиме. Ако ја прашате нашата генерација кога е Време за надеж? одговорот е: Секоја минута во денот.

Photo: Monika Mulickovska

I am wearing:Wristwatch: FOSSIL – ES3712 TAILOR/Pants and blouse: Caliope/Cardigan and backpack: Vintage/Shoes: Local store

Time To Dream. Време за сонување


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“All that we see or seem, is but a dream within a dream.” ~Edgar Allan Poe

Vezilka My time MainThere is time for everything. This is my time to dream. Immersed in the wonderland of the written word I get lost and I find myself over and over again. And the dream continues even when I close the book. Reading is my dreaming, my personal escape, my time.

This post is the first (of many I hope) that will be a part of the Blogger’s Challenge organized by Skopje Casual and My: Time. Each fashion blogger has her chance to tell a fashion story woven around this beautiful Fossil timepiece. Starting from today the public can vote on our posts that are officially pinned at Skopje Casual’s website HERE. My photostory is about the magic of books and how much it means to me to have that “me time” when I can enjoy different worlds and escape reality, even for a while. Photographer Monika Mulichovska did an amazing job capturing my imagined wonderland. Don’t you agree?


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Сè има свое време. Ова е моето време за сонување. Потонувам во светот на пишаниот збор, се губам и одново се наоѓам. А сонот продолжува и кога ќе ја затворам книгата. Читањето е моето сонување, моето бегство, времето за мене.

Овој пост е првиот (од многуте, се надевам) што ќе биде дел од Блогерскиот предизвик во организација на Skopje Casual и My: Time. Секоја блогерка има шанса да раскаже модна приказна исплетена околу овој прекрасен рачен часовник на Fossil. Од денес може да гласате за објавените постови што официјално се поставени на Skopje Casual ТУКА. Мојата фотоприказна е за магијата на книгите и колку многу ми значи да имам „време за себе“ во кое можам да уживам во едни поинакви светови и да побегнам од реалноста, барем на кратко. Фотографката Моника Муличковска одлично ја долови мојата замислена Земја на чудата, нели?

On me: Skirt: ATAMI/Corset: Hard to Explain/Cardigan: Zara/Tights: Penti/Shoes:Local store/Wristwatch: Fossil ES3818 ORIGINAL BOYFRIEND

Photo: Monika Mulichkovska/Instagram

#FWSK 12 Day 4


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The 12. FWSK officially wrapped up a few days ago and here is my last post of the biggest fashion event in Macedonia. The excitement was high and we all had mixed feelings of sweet tiredness and wishing it would last a bit longer. This Fashion Weekend was hands down one of my favorite ones so far. The Museum of Macedonia was the perfect backdrop for all the amazing shows we saw, and the interaction between the designer, fashion bloggers, models, sponsors and FWSK organizers at its highest level so far. The blogging community is getting bigger and stronger each season and that makes me very happy and confident that the best is yet to come. Stay tuned at Pixel.mk to read my posts on the FWSK style. The looks in the audience also improved greatly and we saw less kitsch and more unique and laid back style. The last night of runway shows started with the Russian label N by Z who presented calm, feminine pieces with soft fabrics and intriguing finishes, and the honor to close FWSK was once again bestowed to Olgica Gjorgieva who showcased an elegant, wearable fall/winter line rich in colour and textures and with sleek silhouettes most of us coveted with a sigh.

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For closing night I decided to play on the boys’ team and borrowed pieces from their department. These are literally my boyfriend’s jeans (from OVS where he always shops for jeans) that I had altered a little bit in length and to add to the boys’ appeal I paired them with a men wristwatch and leather bracelet from the Fossil line (available at My:Time). I love playing with sizes and shapes, so I added an oversize vintage harringbone coat, a neutral Terranova blouse and Chelsea boots with a chunky heel. You already know the purse that I can’t stop wearing and its actually a case for vintage camera. On the first two photos you can see my favorite FWSK partying team: Jana and Sara. Love these girls!

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Photo: Branko Mihajloski

#FWSK 12: Day 3


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If there is one show I can’t wait to see every FWSK it’s Irina Tosheva‘s. I know she will surprise me every time and she always does. And we danced, we giggled, we wanted to have everything from the runway in our closets ASAP. Once again she made a superb line that embodies her cheerful spirit and her impeccable designing skills. All that packed in a story where artist Vane Kosturanov “borrows” his Love Street for the print designs and Nokaut sing their hearts off while the models have the time of their life on the runway.The designs are youthful, playful, bold and huggable, everything you need for the cold season ahead. I must admit I always cry tears of joy at the end of Irina’s shows like a proud big sister, because that’s what she does, she makes fashion for the soul.

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On the same evening I was thrilled to see the comeback show by Robert Ivanovski who presented a spring-summer 2016 line. I always admire his work and he didn’t disappoint me with this line. Modern, artful and sexy, the line was an equal dose of Robert’s core unapologetic design and his emotional creative energy that we have yet to see. Read my full reviews at Pixel.mk.

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Of course, I was honored to pay homage to one of my favorite Macedonian designers, so I wore a piece from Irina’s Messier 45 collection she made in collaboration with artist and jewelry designer Nina Simovska. The dress simply wraps around the body and makes you feel like a goddess. Because the piece is very striking on its own with the strategically revealing design and the intricate beading around the neck ,I paired it with subtle accessories: a scarf and shoes in nude shades, a leather two tone Carpisa clutch and an elegant Fossil watch with a nude leather strap (available at My:Time).

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Photo: Gorgi Despodov

#FWSK Day 2


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I just love Fashion Weekend Skopje! The shows, the lights, the smiles, the sighs, the chatter…  Speaking of sighs, there were lots of them on the second evening of FWSK when Jovana Filipovic presented her AW 2015/16 collection. I would wear every single one of the pieces, especially the coats. Her sophistication, subtle sex appeal and inspiring minimalism had me under a spell. I can’t wait to see the collection again and try on some of the pieces in her cozy atelier.

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On the same evening we also saw the new line by Elena Spasovska who paid a stylish respect to the working women in the textile industry, and Venera Mustafa from Kosovo who for the first time ever presented an ethereal dual line for the Macedonian fashion audience. You can read my full reviews on the shows at Pixel.mk.

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The whole FWSK vibe had me in the mood, so I decided to play around with my look and give a chance to wearing lingerie as nightwear. I paired this amazing silk and lace corset with dark jeans and my favorite blazer from Irina Tosheva‘s Memento Mori collection. This perfectly tailored blazer is one of the best pieces I’ve ever bought and I wear it with almost every style. The silver rings by Skagen and the minimalist black wristwatch from the La Passion line by Jacques Lemans (both available at My:Time) perfectly complemented the look. Your thoughts on my outfit are more than welcomed. Stay tuned for more FWSK posts!


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With artist and jewelry designer Nina Simovska

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Photos by Gorgi Despodov

FWSK 12: Day 1


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The Museum of Skopje was sparkling with the runway show by the young designer Igor Markov who opened the shows for 12. Fashion Weekend Skopje.


The audience was eager to see the show that was a tad unfashionably late, but was worth waiting for when we saw the first piece going down the runway. Markov’s Prêt-à-porter féminin de luxe collection for 2016 consists of 23 unique looks for the glamorous, confident woman who is aware of her sex appeal and glows without inhibitions with her attitude. Sparkling mini cocktail dresses and feminine tuxedos with unusual cuts in the back made us sigh, and so did the boldly cut corsets. High slits and deep V-necks were boldly balanced with voluminous tailoring, giving additional extravagance to the pieces. Sensuality is Markov’s trademark in he showed a conceptually well rounded collection as well as perfect craftsmanship.

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For my outfit for the evening, I opted for a late 80’s/early 90’s inspired look: vintage high waist pepito pattern pants, Calliope lace turtle neck blouse, vintage tartan cape, black Chelsea boots, vintage camera case worn as a purse, and a beautiful black and gold Fossil wristwatch (available at My:Time). Erina  Bogoeva and Gorgi Despodov, two very talented Macedonian photographers, indulged me with photos from the runway and of my outfit. You can see more photos and read my full review on the show at Pixel.mk (Macedonian version only).

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FWSK 12: Opening Night


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It’s such a thrill every time FWSK is on. This season is especially exciting for me.


Fashion weekend Skopje #12 started yesterday with the theme Fashion and Cultural Heritage, in the magnificent space of the National Museum of Macedonia. The idea to put together the deeply connected themes of fashion and cultural heritage in one project is very exciting and challenging and I am so happy that FWSK is making this huge step, marking its place on the world fashion map. Colleague blogger Jovana Zuka (After Two Five) did an amazing job designing this season’s logo and I am so proud of her. As you already know I am deeply fascinated by our culture and tradition and firmly believe that you can not go forward unless you know where you came from. That was exactly the idea behind the exhibition that opened this season of Fashion weekend Skopje, titled Wedding Stories, a project implemented by the British Council Macedonia as an organizer, and the European University – R. Macedonia and the Museum of Macedonia as partners. I’ll be following the FWSK events until October 25, so be sure to check out my blog posts and my reviews for Pixel.mk. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram for some front row sneak peaks from the shows.

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Jacket: Mango; Blouse: Atmosphere; Jeans: vintage; Watch and necklace Skagen (available at My:Time); silver backpack: vintage; boots: local store.

Photos: Yane Naumoski

Working Woman in Style


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The Forstep series continue and this time we are offering an outfit that is perfect for a busy working woman. You can run your errands in the morning, go to work and meetings all day long and see your friends for cocktails after work looking impeccable. For a chilly day, just throw in a trench coat or a short white blazer and you’re good to go. The palazzo culottes are by the incredible Macedonian designer Jovana Filipovic, the necklace is Daemonium by Magdalena Dimovska (available at Forstep.mk), the blouse is Cotton, the heels are from a local store and the watch is my boyfriend’s. I love mixing massive masculine pieces in a feminine outfit! Wave your stylish friends hello and go shopping at Forstep.mk.

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Makeup: Jovana Kocic (Dream in KHOLor); Photo: Tea M. from A Cup of Tea

Stripes and Lines


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Well my darlings, first of all, thank you for the wonderful feedback we’ve been getting for our first post of the series with Forstep.mk. It was a huge push for us to prepare you the next one. Again I was playing with the black&white, this time adding stripes and lines. Tea and I had so much fun shooting this one! I love how everything in these photos makes me dizzy looking at them. The focus of this outfit is the eye-catching jacket by Macedonian designer Elena Spasovska with black and white horizontal stripes. It’s super comfortable and the perfect transitional piece one season to another. I paired it with a pair of black wide legged pants and a choker necklace (for a wearable outfit, I would ad a black crop top). I love how comfortable and chic this jacket feels. You can wear it as a part of your work wardrobe with pants or jeans, as well as pencil skirts, or drape it over a sexy corset or a lingerie-inspired top for a night out. Hope you like it and be prepared for our next collaboration post :*

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Makeup: Jovana Kocic (Dream in KHOLor)//Photo: A Cup of Tea//Jacket: Elena Spasovska (Available at Forstep.mk)

Playing with Architecture


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I am so excited to share this new project with you! In collaboration with Forstep I’ll be presenting four different looks with the designer pieces available at their online shop, and this is the first outfit I put together. The blend of vintage and modern incorporated in the urban architecture of the Skopje city center was a big challenge for me. Also a big challenge for me was wearing shorts, but this pair by Irina Tosheva is so flattering I couldn’t resist it! I paired them with an oversize vintage silk shirt, black pumps and a DAEMONIUM necklace by Magdalena Dimkovska. This outfit is perfect for a night out, it’s comfortable and yet sexy, simple but loud. I was so happy to work with Tea from A Cup of Tea who was a photographer and co-stylist, as well as Jovana from Dream in KHOLor who did this amazing makeup look. Every week I’ll be posting a new outfit, so let me know what your impressions are on this one and stay tuned for the next one!

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