Vintage but trendy

Looking for a new look this summer and some style inspiration for creating a new outfit? I have for you an easy, casual proposal: why not a lovely holed or knitted top/tunic in a vintage look? I always thought clothes of a knitted lace type are too vintage and look like something from my grandma’s wardrobe. I am sure that every woman has something similar and know it very well. But they should not be underestimated – they are perfect for the summer and would work well with any high waisted skirt, shorts or pants. I personally chose the classic black color under it – high waisted shorts and a balconette. So, don’t wait – find your vintage knitted tunic and go for it – style it in fashionway!

Photography by Marg Basarova

Happy International Kissing Day

July the 6th is the International Kissing Day. In some countries it is custom for both men and women friends to kiss each other on the lips as a greeting, while in others an air kiss on each other’s cheek is a standard. In other places some people actually opt for 3 kisses as a form of a greeting.

Of course, the most passionate is the kiss between partners. So, however you kiss, enjoy it and make it with feeling! Happy international Kissing Day everyone!

In any case I have to say a few words about my outfit – inspired by the color of the kiss đź’‹- a red transparent jacket, one of my favorite lace tops and black shorts, always combined with love, passion and in a fashionway.

Photography by Marg Basarova

Little white lace dress

Little white lace dress

Summer, sun, white fun…

A little white lace dress for the sunny days – this is one of my favorite must have outfits with high heel. The combination of floral, lace and white is an unwritten symbol of the summer days. Lace makes me feel always great and looks amazing on a dress.

White dresses have always been key players in many wardrobes not only for the summer or for special occasions but also for every day.

I need to lighten up my looks – that’s why I always wear white with pleasure and make my summer days brighter.

Photography by Marg Basarova