Super cute colors for a cute look

You can always have a full game with each of these sweet currently trendy colors – yellow, pink, blue, mint. They look beautiful together as much as they look beautiful by themselves. I chose accessories in these candy colors in order to wear them with different outfits all summer long – yellow-pink-blue block heels, a sweet pink bag and fashy hat in white-pink-blue. Today I matched my cute accessories with a little white dress in a fashionway and I am eager to match them with other outfits further. Have you already chosen your favourite sweet cute colors for the summer?

Photography by Marg Basarova

Love a pop of color

I love wearing yellow in the summer, no matter if it’s on trend or not, because yellow and the sunshine are worth abounding. Yellow like: yellow sun, yellow summer, yellow sunflowers, yellow submarine, yellow summer time, yellow summer sunset…

I found this comfy velour set at Zara, then hopped into some matching heels and grabbed my lovely small Love Moschino bag. This is one of those sets which every woman should have in her wardrobe – just pull it out and you are ready to go. I love such outfits where you do not need to think how to combine them – a top plus shorts or skirt and voila – you are all set for an impromptu meet-up.

Photography by Plamena Mileva

There is always a reason to smile

No matter the season, month or day, I think we can always find ourselves a reason to smile, because when you laugh and love life, life laughs and loves you back :).

Smiling makes us look younger, it can relieve stress, boost our mood, trick our brain to focus on positive thinking and possibly bring many more benefits. But the thing I like most about smiling is it makes us more attractive.

Remember that a smile is the prettiest thing you can wear. Hence, next to wearing your nicest clothes you should never forget finding a reason for putting on your smile, too!

Photography by Marg Basarova

When in doubt be elegant in black

Black is modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy – but mysterious like Yohji Yamamoto have said. I know it’s a quote that is used very often, but I use it too because black will always be black – not only modest, but also trendy and elegant and many more meanings in one.

I like fresh and sweet colours, but honestly I wear black very often. Black gives me the security that I can just put it on without worrying too much about the outfit – I can be ready quickly for going out, no matter the season or the occasion. And also because black will always stay trendy and fashionable, I can focus on the style instead of the trends.

Today I want to show you a piece that will stay forever in style if black – a trouser-skirt. It is also so comfortable and „fairy“, it makes me feel like I am wearing my home pijama, but in a very elegant style. It can also be combined with almost every top or shirt. I just take a short laced one to show the shape of the trouser-skirt.

And remember, women who wear black lead colorful lives 🙂

Photography by Marg Basarova

A cardigan is always a loved piece

As the weather in may still varies a lot, a light cardigan is always a good piece to have around. But being very comfortable, a cardigan can also be very tricky and can easily ruin our outfit – that’s why you should know how to wear it without looking funny and frumpy.

The first thing is to figure out the style and length of the cardigan that fits best your body type. As with everything else about fashion, women’s bodes are different, so certain styles would be more flattering on some than others. That’s why you should learn what works best for your own body.

And it’s good to wear form-fitting clothes underneath a cardigan, or tight or belted dresses. Especially if the cardigan is a bit slouchy, you have to make sure the silhouette underneath it is form-fitting, otherwise you might look larger than you are.

The next thing to pay attention to is the fit of the arms – my favourites are the ones that have skinnier arms and feel the most slimming.

Also, feel free to show some skin – especially when most of the rest of your body is covered up. It’s more about what you put under your cardigan than the style of the cardigan itself. For example – if you combine with a turtleneck top – choose a sleeveless one, with open shoulders or collar bones. If you wear a normal shirt don’t cover the neckline with a scarf – show some skin instead.

In all that you should still pay attention to the current trends – right now, open cardigans are pretty hot – with holes, semi-transparent and with a different length on both sides.

I chose a holed pale pink cardigan, matched it with a black sleeveless turtleneck top underneath and skinny jeans. Of course, I can’t miss the accessories because they complete the outfit – a long necklace and earrings with a matching bracelet, sunglasses and a bag and shoes with the same colors and details.

Photography by Marg Basarova

That’s me

My blog is really all about me and my style, not just photography work. When It started back in 2018 it was just an idea. With time I got more and more into the blogger „story“. I never aimed to be like the other bloggers – I just wanted to show and be myself in my posts.

Maybe sometimes the articles are too short, but I do not want people to read long texts, so I always try to stay to the point and be short – that’s me.

Maybe I often talk about similar or same colors – I have some favourites (like pink for example) and pick them often, even if they are not trendy and fashionable right now – that’s me.

I might be too casual too often, as I like simple, casual, comfortable street style outfits – but that’s me.

At the same time I might also often be too eye-catching – even with simple clothes because I try to never become boring – but that’s me.

Even though my hairdresser constantly asks me to make a change – I like my hair style and I tend to stick to it – straight with nothing more than a small plait – but that’s me.

Some tell me they prefer natural nails with maybe just nail polish, but I really like my nails to be like a piece of art – but that’s me.

Maybe very often I wear jeans or leggings, with a simple top or shirt with sneakers – but that’s me – I like this style. Such is my outfit also today – simple skinny Zara jeans, white Bugatti sneakers, a white top with an accenting transparent MONKI shirt (of course in pink), a sleeveless jeans jacket and a black-pink Victoria’s Secret bag, all of it matched in my „that’s me“ fashionway.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Wear colors that make you happy

As you might have noticed, pink and all tones of pink are some of my favorite colors, colors that make my mood „sweet“ and it’s only natural for me to combine them in my spring outfits.

Many women don’t dare to combine hot powerful pink, but I do and I want to show you today 2 ways of matching this stylish Versace Collection skirt. This wonderful pink piece is very versatile – on one hand I chose a cream white silk Shirt to make an elegant formal business outfit and on the other hand a casual smiley T-shirt. For both looks I kept the same accessories – a small black Valentino bag just big enough to fit the most important women’s things and a pair of block heeled summer shoes in this fresh palette.

So, wear your happy colors and be creative in a fashion way!

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Take your time for things that make you feel alive

As the corona measures are getting more and more relaxed, I am feeling like living again and waiting for the hot summer. With this heightened mood I went over all my shoes, hoping the main problem this summer will be choosing which ones to wear when going out… just kidding, of course. I am the kind of woman who starts building her outfits from the shoes on, as I am a big shoe-lover. I consider that the choice of shoes define my silhouette and I am convinced about that – for example my husband told me that when we first met, the first thing he noticed were my legs and my shoes, then everything else :).

Although the shoes and the bag are considered as „accessories“, for me their role is more important and I never get tired of choosing and changing them regularly. So, shoes, shoes and more shoes… I am dreaming of an incredible shoe collection, in a fashion way. What about you? What type are you – do you match you shoes to your outfit, or the outfits to your shoes?

Photography by Marg Basarova

A pink blouse with puffy sleeves

I seriously cannot believe how quickly the first months of the year flew by and it’s already real spring. However, I am looking forward to warmer temperatures and summer outfits. This sweet pink blouse with puffy sleeves is a great top to transition you from winter into spring, and I would always wear it with a nice skirt and cool tights. This trendy Monki pink top combined with the hearts details on the Calzedonia tights and the Love Moschino bag are giving me life right now. And not only them. Today is a great sunny day in which you don’t need a coat or thick clothes and I’m pretty happy about that! Plus, I enjoy everything around – the singing of the birds, the gentle spring breeze, the smell of the blooming nature and the sight of everything in green – the trees, the grass…

Photography by Marg Basarova

Just floating today on flower jeans

I am always trying to wear clothes that make me feel good in my body, comfortable and confident in my skin because, that all that you are is about how you feel. I enjoy wearing jeans, but since I discovered the mom-jeans I think they will turn out to be my new leggings. They are so comfortable and after their kind was made popular, they became one of my favorites.

High waist, tapered leg, ankle-free – the mom jeans have a high waistband that reaches over the navel with legs converging into carrots. They are often turned upside down with back pockets sitting higher than average with the cut tolerantly hugging the hips.

So how to style them? The advantage of mom jeans is that they make the belly flatter. but unfortunately at the same time the backside often also looks flatter and wider. One has to wear it with a lot of self-confidence in an „I don’t care“ attitude. The rule of thumbs is to have your tops tucked in the jeans, otherwise the outfit looks too big. In my photos you see here, you can see it in both ways – once with a tucked in blouse and a belt on the jeans, and another with the top floating – being a transparent one that works well too. I love the decorations on those Fracomina jeans.

The blouse on this outfit is also Fracomina, bag from Versace Jeans, Pimkie cardigan and Stradivarius shoes.

Photography by Plamena Mileva