READ MORE>>> Bird Print Dress.
In anticipation for the new personal style post (photos pending) here’s another inspirational post, this time on how to match a sheer mint sleeveless blouse with lace detail. Mint is a hit colour and this particular model of blouse is very inn. I have one chic and one casual outfit for you, and one combination that goes both ways just by changing your footwear. Mint goes fabulously with pastels and neons, as well as neutrals, and white is also a good choice. Enjoy the mid-week and keep wearing that one special accessory: a big shiny smile 🙂
Outfit #1 Neutrals and a dash of floral. Keep it simple with the accessories and let these delicate floral peep toe pumps to be the center of attention in this cream dream. The clutch is actually as perfect as it can be, but if you can’t find this exact match, just go with a mint or cream one.
Bershka, black and white outfit, blue flats, caramel sandals, chic flats, chic look on a budget, chic look under 50$, flats under 50$, H&M, inverted pant suit, Mango, Miss Selfridge, neon flats, neons, Roxy, stripes, tropic print, turquoise bracelet
Hello darlings! Hope you’re having a good week, I certainly am 🙂 Today I’m sharing my new project, How to look chic on a budget, where I put together outfits with affordable super cute flats under 50$ and all the other pieces are also in the same price range. The even better part is that most of the items in the outfits are interchangeable. I like high heels, I really do, but I faced the fact that’s impossible for me to stay comfortable and not be tired wearing pumps at work, especially if I want to go for a coffee after work. And we face other challenges, too: Public transportation, street infrastructure that is not heel-friendly, vein swellings… There’s no need why we can’t look chic in flats, especially when it’s a season when all combinations and colours are allowed.
Outfit #1 Spice a black and white classic outfit with neon accessories. Stripes are very INN this season, and neons rule the style magazines since last year. This is a b&w inverted pant suit you can wear as many times as you have shoes in your closet. And as long as you have a matching clutch for your neon half point flats, you’re good to go: pair them with b&w print dresses, jeans and t-shirts, mini skirts and sheer blouses.
floral green shirt, flower crown, flower head accessory, gold jewelry, how to pair suede pumps, midi skirt, more outfits with one pair of shoes, one pair of pumps three outfits, pants suit with shorts, suede pumps, suede pumps outfit, suede t-strap pumps
After getting positive reactions to the “how to” posts, here’s something new for this week. We all know that choosing the right pair of footwear is difficult and we all want more and more and more shoes. But, by really making a smart choice of shoes with the appropriate heel height and that are comfortable, even paying a bit higher price might pay off. I strongly recommend natural materials and my advice is “Never buy shoes you can only sit with”. It’s that simple! What good is it if they’re gorgeous if you don’t look gorgeous walking in them? So, my choice for this “how to” article are these beige suede t-strap pumps, a great choice for spring and summer, but if you don’t walk too great a distance and you’re a person who’s comfortable in high heels. Enjoy and let me know your favorite 🙂
Outfit #1 All three outfits are suitable for a daytime coffee meet up, lunch, a short walk, and this one can also come handy for a night time outing, a cocktail party, dinner or art exhibit. Midi skirts are back this season, they go fabulously with high heels and this subtle lace piece will give you the comfort a mini can never do. The cropped top is also a trendy choice and I decided to put the pop of colour on this piece and the envelope clutch. The flower hair accessory is optional if you don’t feel confident enough to wear it.
Angela Dissected, Azize Rose, Bastet Noir, Drama Studio Ivana Knez, Inside the B world, Irina Tosheva, Ivana Knez, Macedonian fashion bloggers, Makedonski moden blog, Miladin Papovic, PUSH IT Magazine, PUSH IT Moda, Zlatko JZJ
When I started my blog almost a year ago, I never imagined it would go this far. Back then the first Macedonian fashion and style bloggers were too few and far apart, virtually unknown even among ourselves. All that changed in the past year and I can proudly say we are building a strong community and are being acknowledged as an integral part of the fashion scene.
beige flats, bird accessory, bird jewelry, bird ring, black half point pumps, Diane von Furstenberg print silk shorts, how to match print shorts, how to pair orange pumps, how to style print shorts, Lana Del Rey, orange pumps, Polyvore, print shorts, turquoise bracelet
Hello, my name is Aleksandra and I’m addicted to Polyvore 🙂 Well, that and Lana del Rey. I really can’t get enough of it, and the best part is I learn so much about matching. I often make the same mistake of thinking I know the exact shade of the colour of a skirt I have and then I go and buy wrong nail polish shade or a purse that’s in a completely different spectrum. Also, there I have all the endless possibilities for making a perfect match and still struggle to find that “just about right” piece, so you can imagine it’s like a million times harder to match colours and textures while shopping one boutique at a time. For today’s post I’ve chosen these adorable printed silk shorts from Diane von Furstenberg and made three outfits for different occasions.
Outfit #1 Perfect for informal dinner parties, a night at the theater or a hot date. The classic pump with suspended high heel will leave you comfortable to walk and dance the night away without the burden of sky high pumps, and yet you’ll look dandy and classy. Black accessories add sophistication to the colorful print.
Be patient, I am waiting for the photos from the surprise 🙂 In the meantime I got hung up on Polyvore and since I started a collaboration with the news portal 10bez10.com on style advice, I found a perfect way to offer different outfit combinations even for girls that are not my size or shape. Let’s start with a “how to” post. This time I’m pairing a denim dress in three different styles. Denim is an all time favorite and this particular cut and length flatter most body types. It’s a very basic piece that leaves lots of room for creative styling.
Outfit #1 Linen white flats and a matching backpack to hold all your necessities for a day at school or in a casual office environment. The three-colour bracelets and hair bow liven up the outfit. If you don’t wear dioptric glasses, put cat eye sunglasses on!
Remember my love for the poppy flowers and how this year I found myself a new field? Well I couldn’t resist taking photos again, although it was getting dark already. I like their noir feel in the dusk light and my mood set on Led Zeppelin’s “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” that day, thus the dark sentiment on the post. The dress is a second-hand find and you’ll see more of it the coming posts. In awaiting for the big surprise, play this rock anthem and dive into the field of dreams.
Well darlings, it was the last chance this season for me to stroll in my new favorite find: a Members Only three-colour vintage jacket. The last two days were chilly and perfect for me to wear it and at the same time pair it in my latest trend, print t-shirts and skirts. All shades of red work for me and surprisingly, I matched several burgundy pieces I amassed in the past year. I am very much in love with this minimal (surprisingly!) necklace by designer Ivana Knez I got at Bastet Noir‘s launch party, which, by the way, went fabulously. I also found this perfect unfinished house in my neighborhood as a background for the photos. The whole street is in bloom and I am enjoying spring with all its charm. And I couldn’t leave out my cute cats, Malena (all frown up since my first post) and Louie who were also enjoying spring in the garden. It’s been a very productive spring so far and I am overwhelmed with positive energy and inspiring people. The surprise I was telling you about is cooking, so stay tuned 🙂
кога не те познавам,
кога раката стои подадена
и камен споменик станува
на едно време
будно и небрежно,
на едно време
чудно и премрежно.
не кога не те препознавам,
оти и јас сум некогаш
оти сум и јас под лики скриена,
не кога не те препознавам,
оти така одново те дознавам.
кога не те познавам,
в рака сум поканила,
небаре туѓа уста
кога очите твои
празно ме гледаат
за душа ме раздаваш
во жалта увилена,
тогаш одново ме убиваш
кога не те познавам.