(Wedding bells ringing)
We may not have a magnet on the refrigerator from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding… though it could have been nice to take a picture with Aunt Elizabeth, wearing ridiculous five-storey hats. But don’t worry, wedding season is here and many magnets are making their way to us, since the party doesn’t start without a show magnet (seriously now, who invented this nonsense?!)
So in order to prevent you from looking at a yellowing picture in a couple of years, wondering “what was I thinking when I wore the dress?” I decided to collect for you a number of recommendations for putting together a glamorous and on point look for the event and festivity season.
A month ago, customs officials stopped me at the airport.
Four in the afternoon, as I happily walked along the green path, the customs officer yelled – ”You! Come here please. Put the suitcase in the x-ray machine".
I loaded the suitcase onto the conveyor belt and burst out laughing. It was clear to me that when I opened the case the officer would be instantly embarrassment.
"Tell me, what you have in the suitcase? Do you have any diamonds?" He asked, looking harshly at the screen.
"I'll show them to you right now", I said giggling, trying to hold back my uncontrollable laugh.
So, what's with this whole New Year's Eve thing?
Two weeks before the day, target in mind, we set up a “war room“ and call every possible acquaintance because, well, we need a party!
We haven’t been out for a whole year, the living room sofa seemed like the most tempting option for a night out, but suddenly … no! We’re these crazy party animals. We must go out and dance!
What are we all looking for anyway? I swear it's simple!
A person who will believe in us, a love that will make our heart melt, a little inspiration and a fun jacket that can be worn all winter. You know … something flattering that’s also unique, because we’re not like all the rest ;-)
This time I decided to devote an article to the star of winter 2017/18 – the jacket.
The cold season is upon us again. Ok, well maybe not yet, but it will be here very soon.
As one who isn't a big fan of the cold, I admit that the move to daylight saving time got me a little excited. So yes, there's nothing exciting about leaving the office when it's already dark, even when it's still early, but on the other hand, the fashion style unique to this season definitely puts a smile on my face… so much so that, after the first rain, I hurried outside dressed in my shiny new knit sweater, only to find out that it's still like 25 degrees outside. What we call "we're definitely NOT in Europe" ;-)