Time to be a Woman. Време за женственост

“I know who I am. I am not perfect. I’m not the most beautiful woman in the world. But I’m one of them.” ~ Mary J. Blige

Every woman I’ve ever met helped me be the woman I am today. I remember being 18 and my cousin told me that the best time in a woman’s life begins in her 30’s. And she was right. Now at 31 I am happy with the woman that I am and with the women I have the privilege of knowing. All of their stories, their beauty, their strength and energy fill my life and make me a better woman. My time is now and now is a wonderful time to be a woman.


Here we are in the fourth round of the blogger challenge with Skopje Casual and My: Time. I am so happy and grateful to all of you for your support and kind words. For the next round in this challenge I reached to one of the most powerful sources of strength in my life, the women who make me who I am. They helped me follow my dreams, fight my fears and find my style. Fashion is a great part of my life and I do believe you can dress for the part you want to play in life. I find great confidence in the way I present myself and I love putting on an outfit that will make me feel equally feminine and fierce. That is why I chose to collaborate with Tanja Kokev for this round of the challenge, because she is one of the Macedonian designers who create with the feminine working woman in  mind. The Fossil wristwatch we got to present in this round,FOSSIL – AM4483 CECILE fits in perfectly with this image of an elegant and modern working woman.These pieces from Kokev’s first pret-a-porter collection were a match made in heaven with this elegant timepiece and I felt every bit a woman doing this photoshoot. Monika Mulichkovska managed to capture that joy in these photos and we hope you like them and that you vote us into the next and final round.






Photo: Monika Mulichkovska

I am wearing: Kokev  pret-a-porter fall/winter 2015/16 line “Lovers”


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