Dreaming of a white Christmas

I always imagined Christmas with everything covered with snow, cosiness at home and the whole family gathered together. Sadly this strange year we got no snow in Vienna (as usual) and travels to meet the grandparents is out of the question due to the Covid restrictions. We also used to travel to the Alps for some skiing every year, but as it seems that will also not be possible now. But I compensate the lack of the snow white feeling by wearing white-cream outfits.

I wear all white more often in summer, but like now, when it’s very grey and cold for so long, I feel like going for something brighter. White outfits immediately make you look fresh and lift (at least for me) the mood. In order not to look like a snow hare, I added a cream jacket and shoes to the otherwise all-white cozy soft Zara trousers and shirt. Meanwhile I was not eager to wear this type of trousers as they make the legs appear wider, but they are really very comfy.  

Photography by Plamena Mileva

A very happy Christmas

It’s Christmas – that time of the year when you just want to have fun, spend time with your family and enjoy the holidays, even though it’s not a holiday like before.

I am with my family today – we spend the holidays in Vienna and I would like to send you the warmest Christmas wishes from here! May you have a wonderful Christmas, may you eat all that you want without guilty feelings (there’s plenty of time to go on a diet next year), may you be pampered and get all the presents you wished for. Give generously, love deeply. Love yourself no matter what and remember you are simply the best in the world!

And it’s the perfect time to wish you the very best of everything!

A very happy Christmas to you!


Love you all!

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Collective Courage – Crossover Christmas get-together

The end of the year was such an emotional time for me, full with events. It is also the time when we tend to remember the good things that happened to us through the passing year and one such event is what I want to share with you now here – the Collective Courage Crossover Christmas get-together in Vienna.

Friends, business partners and celebrities gathered for this wonderful occasion to celebrate Christmas together and to present themselves. So, I was given the chance to present something myself, too. Next to promoting my blog I also chose to present the marvellous new collection from my very good friend and a great designer from Bulgaria – Gergana Apostolova from Kiara Fashion. Her magnificent dresses can make any woman wearing them feel like a princess. I wore two of those during the show next to miss Burgenland Miriam Millonig who was also fascinated by them.

Merry Kissmass!

This festive season is so much more than Christmas parties and gift giving. It is a special time to enjoy with all your loved ones, spreading divinity and cheer around. So, may your Christmas be filled with the true miracles and meaning of this beautiful time.

Celebrate the Wonder and the Joy of Christmas, give your love and may love and prosperity follow you always! I wish you a very merry Kissmas!

Photography by Marg Basarova

Have a holly jolly Christmas

Hello everyone! I hope you are doing great and feeling super festive! I can’t believe that Christmas is already here… So exciting! In line with the festive mood, I want to share this post called „Have a holly jolly Christmas“, just as my outfit here says.

It’s the most magical time of the year and I guess you already have your Christmas tree and some festive plans coming up. For me, I always linked these holidays to the tree decoration, the family comfort and the Christmas mood.

So, I wish you for this Christmas Eve lots of wonderful moments with your family and/or friends, and may it bring joy to your hearts and happiness to your home!

Photography by Marg Basarova

Double chocolate and then add some kiss

In Vienna, when the weather refuses to cooperate, you can always go inside – either shopping, or like me here – in one of the best traditional chocolate and cakes coffee house – Gerstner. I like to eat there a strudel and drink a melange, especially during the Christmas holidays when the mood inside is so unique. I adore this old style beauty you can see in the photos.

With the most beautiful holidays of the year just around the corner, I cannot resist the pieces of art they have here, so beautifully packed as presents. 

In the glamour of this pastry shop, I continue the silver glitter trend from my previous posts – my outfit consists of silver Calzedonia leggings, a black oversized sweater, a cute short gray cape and black booties also with a silver touch.

And to all of you, for the coming Christmas, I wish you a double chocolate and then add some kiss.

Photography by Marg Basarova

The magic of the Christmas markets in Vienna

Vienna puts on her best clothes to welcome Christmas and all its guests. So many people visit Vienna for Christmas, and I think I know why – here we have one of the most wonderful street decorations in the world. All the streets are well decorated but my favourite are the chandeliers on the Graben – impressive and elegant at the same time.

But it’s not only the festive decoration on the streets that impress so much – the Christmas markets also offer a great experience. The one at Rathausplatz (the Vienna city hall) is the most visited, but there are so many others that don’t fall very much  behind. Some examples are the markets at Maria-Theresien-Platz, the one at Schloss Belvedere and Schloss Schonbrunn, the one at Karlsplatz, at Unicampus in the 9th, etc.

And although there is no snow (yet), neither are the temperatures too low, the Christmas mood is in the air. With great pleasure I walked through this market, wrapped in one of my all so favrorite teddy bear coats. Underneath I have a checked skirt and the outfit gets complete with comfortable long sock boots and a matching tiny black bag.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Year review

Decorating the Christmas tree this year, I looked at the year behind and it was just like a Christmas tree – full with moments in different colors, up and downs, great memories, challenges and experiences.

Going back and reviewing the year can be hard sometimes. But it’s important to see what worked and what didn’t, and then go ahead and analyse. Last year was very good for me – I was able to finish most of the things I wanted, had a lot of spiritual growth, learned a lot, found a wonderful team to work with and got more motivated. What an year! Can’t wait to see what the new one will bring! I am very excited about 2019.

And are your achievements in 2018? Have you already started to sum up your year and getting ready for 2019?

In those last days before the end of the year take your time to relax, gather energy for the new one and focus on what brings positive vibes.

Memories take us back, dreams move us forward, that’s why learn from the lessons of the last year, to make the next one your best!

P.S. I am very happy with this snake printed outfit.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas

On this holy day i want to give you a red ball full with health, happiness, love, longevity, peace and prosperity.

„May lovely, happy times decorate your holiday season, may warm, special memories brighten your new year, may the wonder of Christmas be with you forever.“

Merry Christmas!

Photography by Marg Basarova | quote by Peg Bracken

Jingle Bells

My message to you today is the essence of the traditional Christmas song „Jingle Bells“.

We relate it with the arrival of Christmas and Santa Claus, to the delight of children of all ages. Let the bells ring and Christmas come! Ho-ho-ho!

May you never be too grown up to search the skies on Christmas Eve!

“Oh, jingle bells, jingle bells
Jingle all the way
Oh, what fun it is to ride
In a one horse open sleigh…”

Photography by Marg Basarova