Outfit Chronicles

Here in Tbilisi, we love to complain about the weather. Especially in March, when the wind is blowing and mixing our Spring-ish vibes with gloomy clouds. Even though I wasn’t feeling like leaving my comfort zone, I still managed to pull off an easy, trendy, comfortable outfit I will be seen wearing during (real) Spring a lot.

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Combine a breezy, silky skirt of your favorite color or print with a chunky, oversized or sporty sweater. You can find a broad verity of the silky skirt at affordable brands, such as H&M (this skirt), Zara, Mango and others. This look can totally work with sneakers as well but I feel like these sandals add something extra to the look and go perfectly with the skirt. Be open to experiment!

Hope you enjoyed this quick post. I’m looking forward to the warmer days but before that stay tuned for more!

Pearls, Pearls, Pearls…

Formula: your casual outfit+ pearl accessoryinspo

September brought New York Fashion Week, which brought all the trends that are here for at least the entire upcoming season. I’m starting with the simplest trend that is both, easy and effective. Take your perfect pearl accessory and just add it to the simple everyday outfit before running out. Whether you are going for a simple T-shirt and jeans, or a ruffled dress, there is no way to go wrong.

In my opinion, this time there are no rules. You can go over the top, think outside the box, or simply add a simple pearl to the classic look. Anyways, it will turn out just on point!IMG_5267

Perfect trend to borrow from our mothers and grand mothers, right? I agree, but I also added some new peaces like this pearl hoop earrings from Anouki. This was love from the first sight, I couldn’t resist.

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Here is a little bonus. I created a personal selection of all my favorite pearl accessories. Each and every piece is available, hope you will find it useful.
(Check from left to right, than, from up to down.)

1.Chan Luu 
2.Style Nanda
3.KENNETH JAY LANE
4.Le Chic Radical
5.Style Nanda

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Thanks for keeping up. More interesting content is coming so stay tuned 🙂

 

Streets in Red

As much as I love following big fashion houses and my favorite designers bringing it to the runways, I also admire stalking street style snaps and I believe I’m not alone! With the number of photographers, trends, effort and INVESTMENT, today Street Style photography looks like an editorial-gone-wild. For any fashion-driven individual out there, it seems as amusing as the actual catwalk. For me, the purpose of digging through these images is first of all inspiration for myself and also endless information about the trends, that I need to stay on top of for my job.

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One of the biggest trend I couldn’t help but notice was RED. It just happened so, that some of the favorites of the street style photographers decided to wear head-to-toe red and it worked just perfectly and it makes you wanna try it yourself. I wouldn’t say that red is a new black because red is being RED- bold, attractive and intriguing.

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All this trend tells me is to keep it bold!

Trip to Amsterdam

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I LOVE traveling. I love seeing new places, exploring new cities. After every single journey I feel like I’m opening new perspectives and as a student in the heart of Europe I regarded traveling as a part of my education. When I am thinking of a new place I usually plan the trip to make most of it: I like to know which museums and sightseeing’s I am visiting and when; I like to know where I will have a dinner or when I will be meeting a friend but I guess that’s also creating my comfort zone in an undiscovered place, BUT when I arrive and get to the exploring, I usually let myself get lost, wonder around and get the real experience of the place.

amsterdam-coverAmsterdam made quite a first impression on me. Even though I arrived late night I immediately fell in love with the city architecture from the Central Station. The more I walked the more I felt comfortable and welcome.

Before my visit I saw Amsterdam as a city of Red Light District and legal marijuana but I was surprised to see the number of small art galleries and big museums all in one. I spent hours in museums staring at my favorite works from Von Gogh to Liechtenstein. But there was a lot more I wanted to see bit I was short of time.

Of course flowers! Tulips are one of the symbols of Holland and no trip to Amsterdam could have been without the flower market!

 

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While I never considered it a fashion capital I got quite surprised with the fashion in the streets of Amsterdam. Center was usually filled with tourists but in small cafes like Bakers & Roasters (which I highly recommend for delicious breakfast)  breakfastand not touristic areas good-looking people were dresses in an effortlessly stylish way. The shopping was even better. Despite of the fact that I didn’t have “proper” time to shop I still managed to run through some high street brands, that are not available in Prague or some other European cities (monki, & Other Stories, Urban Outfitters, weekday and more).

As I figured the Amsterdam is also known for vintage shops. One of the most famous vintage shops is Episode. Honestly, I am not a huge lover of vintage but the range of clothing and the prices (!!!) is highly motivating. If you love vintage than get ready to spent hours digging for treasure with excitement!

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Writing this I’m starting feeling very nostalgic. There is so much I have to see around the world yet, but Amsterdam is a city that I want to go back to and explore to the fullest. As I said Amsterdam truly became my new favorite city and I will look forward for seeing it again.

garden-amsterdmFinally, I want to express my special gratitude to my very lovely friend Salome. She has been an exceptional host and another reason that made my memories of Amsterdam so warm and welcoming. Along with everything else, as a dancer with Het National Ballet junior company she also gave me a tour of the opera building, which felt like my childhood dream 🙂 I’m looking forward to visiting Salome and Amsterdam again soon!