March is almost over, can you believe it? For me the time has finally come to do the spring cleaning in my closet. While I’m happy to pull out some of the last season’s items, I’m more than happy to add a few new pieces to my wardrobe, like this dusty rose frill dress.
Frilled sleeves and frill dresses been a huge trend and it is still growing, especially if you’ll look through the storefronts. I have a decent amount of tops with frills, but there has been always a place for a dress! In one of my Instagram comments I told that I call this dress “all you can eat”, which is absolutely true. It’s beautiful enough to fit any occasion, but you won’t have to limit yourself in food and “suck it up” all the time. It’s very practical if you are a food lover, like I am. 🙂
As all of you know this valentines will be happening in the middle of the work week, so I decided to come up with the casual, work and after-work appropriate outfit.
It doesn’t matter if this day will be Valentines, Galentines, friends night out or just the regular day – add some bright colors to it! Forecasts said that last month we had only a few hours of sun, which is annoying. To bright up the day, add a smile to your face and people who surround you I suggest to start adding some pop of color to your everyday wardrobe.
You can use any of the colors that I am wearing today in moderation (like mixing pink sweater with the black pants or jeans, or wearing burgundy pants with gray pullover) if it’s too daring for you or your workplace!
Coat: Gap | Sweater: Banana Republic | Top with a bow: Banana Republic | Pants: Zara | Ankle boots: DSW
The name of this post is self-explanatory – this Zara cardigan has been quite popular among everyone.
Lately, I’ve seen it on most fashionistas, office workers, house wives, freelancers and others. I know the reason – besides being very comfortable and having a great color, this cardigan can fit many styles. It will look perfect as a light coat for spring and chilly summer, it looks well with a pencil skirt and classic blouse, looks great with high wasted jeans, white t-shirt and sneakers and finally looks and fits everyday casual wear.
This is one of the ways I wear it to work, nothing fancy, but not boring and very modern.
What are your most worn items?
The temperature might be higher that normal and snow is melting more and more, but it doesn’t stop cold wind gusts and flues that you catch after them. This is one of the reasons why my winter outfits are always warm and cozy. It’s as simple as it gets.
I think that all of the fellow bloggers who take their pictures in the freezing cold, wearing their summer dresses and flats, deserve more that just a gold medal! I admire them because I can’t do it like this)
Someone needs to show their sweaters so let it be me 🙂 This sweater was bought just before Christmas when my parents were visiting me. My mom actually spotted it and told me that I need to try it. Being an oversize sweater lover, I did it and I loved it. Super warm, but breathable, with an amazing color that matches every pair of pants that I own, this cozy thing stole my heart. I know that a piece of clothing is just a piece of clothing, but sometimes it’s just more. Don’t you all agree?
Sweater: Mendocino | Pants: Zara | Boots: Marc Fischer | Coat: Zara
Second winter in a row grey & pink are leading in my most worn wardrobe colors. With time I’ve also added beige, mauve, griege & ivory white tones, but that combination is still in first position.
I was on a hunt for something interesting, so I can elevate my cable-knit madness and then I stumbled upon this beauty! Sometimes I dress casual, other times dressy, but I always try to balance in between so I won’t be too under- or overdressed. With this outfit I took the courage to mix two already dressy items: pearl embellished sweater & lace sleeveless blouse.
It might sound too much, but just look how well it turned out!
Sweater: Banana Republic | Blouse: H&M | Jeans: Zara | Boots: Marc Fischer | Coat: Zara | Watch: c/o Christian Paul