Mini length in winter with a warm coat

Among the top items in my winter clothing list is a warm stylish coat, because as the temperature get colder, the length of my skirts doesn’t get longer as I am not a fan of long skirts but of long boots.

So, cold weather and mini length – why not? This contrast is actually adopted by many ladies as well as myself, thanks to tights, over-the-knee boots and warm coats. I really like this combination – a mini skirt, over-the-knee boots or socks and a big coat. In this outfit I matched a Zara fake leather skirt with Zara over knee boots, a nice winter coat and in contrast to the stylish look a Mickey Mouse winter T-Shirt to make the look odd in a fashionway.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Walk into 2022 with style

For me the right way to walk into 2022 is with confidence and a bold outfit, so a head turning outfit is a must. And what better way to achieve this than with a nice sexy dress, I chose this chic faux leather Zara dress, a pair of nice Zara over the knee boots and an eye catching fake fur coat, which I topped with beautiful accessories – a Fendi bag and a scarf, as well as a Roccobarocco beanie and gloves.

So, dare to walk bold into the New Year and turn heads in a fashionway!

Photography by Plamena Mileva

2022 Year is the year of the Tiger

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2022 is the year of the tiger, starting February 1st, 2022 and lasting until January 21st, 2023. The Chinese Zodiac is made up of 12 animal signs and also moves through the five elements (water, wood, fire, earth and metal) in 12-year cycles.

This coming year will be the year of the water tiger and actually many things can be already found in shops in tiger look – from small tiger figures to clothing and accessories. I found a sweet Christmas hat with a tiger pattern and matched it with a cheetah look Zara Shirt and cream fake leather pants in a fashionway.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Combat boots season

Combat boots are characterised by their particularly chunky soles and their striking profile. These wind and weatherproof shoes, which are also really comfortable, have their place especially in the transition period and on cold days. Although combat boots were originally designed for the battlefield a long time ago – we no longer go into battle with them, but we can certainly still engage in a fashionable contest.

I am showing you today a comfortable, practical and stylish feel-good outfit. I wear the black boots with trendy Bershka jogging pants and a short Zara black top. In addition a black faux leather Jacket and a small black MONKI bag.

Basically, the rough boots go with any imaginable outfit combinations. As always, it depends on your own taste and wardrobe. I particularly like outfits with joggers, mini skirts, oversized shirts with sweaters. I even like to combine combat boots with dresses because the rough shoes are ideal for style breaks – boots with nice, elegant dresses for example!

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Ecru cream belted coat with ecru cream pants skirt and ecru cream sweater

I always loved fake leather pieces and the cream with fake leather combination is one of my favorite at the moment. Moreover the fake leather is currently really trendy. These Zara faux leather skirt and belted long coat are a perfect addition to my autumn/winter wardrobe. The skirt is in a super comfortable pants skirt form and the coat, being long, fits perfectly with a sweater for the cold days. As accents I topped my outfit with black Zara high combat boots, a Love Moschino bag and black H&M fingerless gloves in a fashionway.

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Birthday girl

Yesterday was my birthday and I would like to start by saying thank you to all my readers for your wonderful birthday wishes! I can’t even begin to tell you how much they mean to me! This is actually the third birthday we celebrate together and you’ve always been so incredibly sweet, kind and supportive! Thank you so much for making me so happy!

So I was taking the day for myself and my family. But I couldn’t help myself not to share this fun look that is one of my all time favorites. I picked up this lovely pale violet Zara slouchy jeans with a black Zara top and matched them with a pair of black strappy sandals, a Bershka belly bag and a fake leather Sisley jacket.

Hope you all are having a great week!

Photography by Plamena Mileva

The shacket

The oversized shirt jacket or shacket, similar to a blazer, has probably been all over your social network feeds and for good reason, too. This easy-to-wear style is just perfect for your winter/spring layering outfits.

Often seen in plaid or buffalo check, this is one of the season’s most seen over clothes.

When styling the shacket, think of it like a blazer. It’s a good idea to keep it oversized and layered it over a turtleneck top. I love my blue shacket from Zara in this oversized-look and wear it with slim fit faux leather pants, denim or leggings, matched with turtleneck sweaters or turtleneck tank tops. This outfit I finished with my favourite black combat Zara boots and a stylish Fendi black bag, in a fashionway.

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Why not?

This week the temperature outside is sub-zero, there is the ongoing lockdown, but a why not a walk outside, when properly dressed, of course. My pictures today are from Stadtpark in Vienna – a favourite place of mine for a stroll.

A thick coat and a sweater, warm pants and good shoes and… what else… a cute beanie! I am once more with my winter NA-KD coat, a C&A sweater, faux leather pants from Calzedonia, a great pair of high combat boots matched with a bag from Zara and of course everything combined in a fashionway.

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Oversized overshirt

I love jackets, coats and shackets and I now added also overshirts to that list. Those used to be something for men to wear, but this lightweight jacket trend seems to have moved over to women’s wardrobes too nowadays. It surely comes out to be a good first early-spring purchase.

Overshirt jackets are the trend you can see almost everywhere right now – it’s just about finding the right one in the right color, if you like this style. With nice big bright checks or in plain color, an overshirt jacket, with or without a collar will work on top of everything you currently have and will give you a fresh update in your wardrobe.

I found one of mine in Zara – a black and white wool blend checkered shirt with big pockets. Honestly I did not expect it to be so comfortable and warm for such a type of jacket. I combined it with a white Bershka hoodie, black faux leather Calzedonia pants, white Bershka block heel booties and a black and white bag. More or less the whole outfit is styled in black and white. This look proves that a black and white combination does not need to be boring. 

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Pretty with pink

Pink – right now a color with all sorts of trendy connotations. Pale pink, normal pink , girly pink, piggie pink, neon pink, millennial pink – for some time now almost all I see is pink. Millennial pink, to be more precise. It has come to a point where I’m starting to somehow like it. Maybe I’ve become infected?

As I have found out, millennial pink is the color of millennials. Come to think of it, I would say that the clues were there all along. Pink as a little girl, pink in my teens and now – pink everywhere around me and especially on Instagram – nevertheless I never got tired of it and love it all the same.

Contrary to the piggy and girly pink of the recent ears, the millennial pink is a pastel tone with a touch of peach and a slight salmon shade. 

The pink, being millennial or other type, I like wearing in any combination, but never being dressed fully in pink like a big pink candy. I like combining this sweet color with some other colors – for instance with white like here and accented accessories. I choose the jeans ones, namely jeans over-knee boots and a jeans bag. 

As you already know, I love animals and for this shoot a dog of a friend of mine posed together with me – of course also dressed in a trendy millennial pink jacket. We looked so well together that people who saw us came to us asking for which media we are making the shoot, so I even had to sign some cards :).

Photography by Marg Basarova