My Looks

My Looks – outfits – a column was created to show my style and how do I express myself through creating different looks. I feel every woman should be brave with her fashion choice. I wouldn’t recommend anyone to stick to the same style or format during the whole life. I believe women need to experiment and wear what do they feel like at the very moment. We need to grow and develop with time, try new things and be trendy.

My personal style is elegant but bright, a little quirky. I am feminine, glamorous but sophisticated. It wasn’t always this and not always be like this. I like to mix and match, implement new trends into my wardrobe and follow fashion in general.

My Looks

The Ultimate Guide on How to Create a Stylish Autumn …

Sometimes, creating a stylish autumn outfit can be a challenge. Whether you have a well-stocked closet or take a more pared-down approach to dressing, we all occasionally get stuck with the fashion inspiration. The truth is that building the perfect autumn looks has less to do with having the right items. It is more to do with knowing how to style them together. We all have stuff sitting in our cluttered wardrobes right this second that can be worn in dozens of unexpectedly stylish variations – all we’re missing is a small dose of inspiration.

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The Ugly Truth About a Sustainable Fashion

Recently Zara launched an ethical clothing collection called Join Life. Join Life embraces a woman who looks into the more sustainable future. Clothing is made from a material such as organic cotton, recycled wool and Tencel® which reduces the environmental impact. FYI: Tencel is a wood fiber extracted from forests that are sustainably managed, guaranteeing its reforestation. Zara’s Autumn/Winter 2016 collection inspired me to look a bit more into sustainable fashion and research the topic properly. I was surprised with what I found out!

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How to Transition Your Wardrobe for Autumn

Sadly, summer is over. But don’t hurry to pack all of your favourite fashion pieces away before you hear about my latest fashion tricks. Luckily, there is a transitional period from warm and sunny weather to a cold rainy one. Even though it is not warm enough to wear your summer clothes on their own, there is a way to prolong a life of summer appropriate fashion pieces. With just a couple styling tips you will be able to transition your summer pieces into autumn. There is a beauty in a transitional period – warm weather appropriate pieces can be easily styled in the autumnal (what a beautiful word) outfits. 

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The Beatles: Eight Days a Week‬ – How to Dress Up …

Tonight The Beatles: Eight Days a Week will be released theatrically in the United Kingdom and the United States. It will be debuting on the streaming service on 17 September. The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years is an upcoming British-American documentary film directed by Ron Howard. The movie is about The Beatles’ career during their touring years from 1962–1966, from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966. Recently, I really got into watching documentary movies. They inspire me, give me more ideas about the culture and develop the way I am thinking in general. Frankly, I would be the happiest person on the Planet Earth to get invited to the premiere of The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years. Read my little How to Dress Up for a Movie Premiere guide to find out what do I recommend…

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What To Do When Bored

Today I am going to be sharing with you some inspiration on things to do when you are bored. Personally, I don’t get bored too often and don’t mind chilling out for a little bit – stay at home, do nothing. But sometimes, I still want to stay at home and be active. These are the things I like to do when I am bored or need some more inspiration in my life!

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