Trousers with a Twist

How could a fashionable nerd look like? Just like this. In my opinion, this outfit doesn't look boring with such retro style glasses. I remember my father wearing such style back in the 90-s and I found them really cool, so when I saw this piece I took it immediately. I just knew such glasses can add that nerd-ish feeling to many of my looks...

Speaking of the outfit, let's pay some attention to the main part of it - trousers with splits. I think this twist brings the trousers to new heights. Plus such splits put even more emphasis on shoe area, in this case classy white heels. And again, it's the pants that add modernity and edgy-ness to this retro-much look.


Look of the Day:
Gamiss jacket
Mango t-shirt
Gamiss heels
Mango bag
H&M glasses


Photo: T. Egorova

Summer Perfect Set

Long time no sets, right? So, the question of the day is - are such loungewear sets perfect for Summer season? In my opinion, it has all the rights to be in our Summer wardrobes. Why? Because it suits these chilly days, when it's not super hot and you can wear something super simple.

That's the situation that happened in my case. It was one of those rare, lately, chilly days in mid-June and I was pretty much in the mood for something super casual and comfortable. That's why I decided to mix the set with slippers and crossbody bag. Why everything here is so restrained in terms of colours? It just happened. Probably, it was my mood.


Look of the Day:
H&M slippers 
Paul's Boutique bag


Photo: T. Egorova


Mom Jeans

Jeans for Summer - yay o nay? That's the good question. I like denim, especially during Summer season, and primarily my story with this fabric is all about white jeans and denim jackets. What I would recommend in terms of jeans for Summer is to opt for some interesting styles, like mom jeans, and for sure avoid skinny styles. 

Mom jeans are all about comfort yet femininity. Plus what can be better than pure 90-ies vibes, right? Getting such style jeans with ripped effect can also be a good and practical idea - an additional air circulation never killed nobody, huh. What I like about this outfit is comfort in first place that is translated by means of jeans and mid-heel sandals. And, of course, the overall edginess of the look. Pure babe of the 1990-s.


Look of the Day:
Femme Luxe top
Mohito sandals 
Stradivarius headband
Pandora bracelet
Nomination bracelet
Stuudio Nahk bag


Photo: T. Egorova

White Shirt Dress for Summer

One of the best pieces for Summer? Well, it's sure a dress shirt. Or simply a dress that visually imitates such a piece. Like this very dress. The length and overall style is up to you, but it's quite important for such a dress to be comfortable and of fabric that won't make you sweat like crazy. So pay attention to these two points.

By the way, have to mention that this dress originally had a belt, but it was in marching color and fabric and I didn't like it that much. So I decided to replace it with such a wide option, which is sort of a must this summer. I like the fact that the belt stands out from the overall white picture, in my opinion it only adds more emphasis to the waist area, which in turn is brought higher in this outfit. Overall, a pretty summer city appropriate outfit, don't you think?


Look of the Day:
Mango belt
Tosave.com sandals
Zaful shades


Photo: T. Egorova

Baby Doll Style

I don't talk about different kind of styles out here often enough and maybe it's high time to change this thing? And today it's all about baby doll style. What is this style about? It's about being like a doll, looking quite girly and infantile and, well, fairytale-ish much. Most often baby doll style dresses are about over-the-knee length and higher-than-usual waist.

But, this very dress is not about a high waist. On the contrary, it has a dropped one. So does it stop the dress from being baby doll-ish? Not at all. It's still the overall vibes that make it look doll-ish. Plus, it's the combination with these vintage heels that make the whole look more girly and sweet. And, of course, it's the combination of colours. 


Look of the Day:
vintage heels
Dior sunglasses


Photo: T. Egorova

Simple Black Jumpsuit

A black jumpsuit. Probably, not the most simple one. But still many of us might come up with a question - how to style it better for a day time? Why I chose to speak about a day time instead of, for example, how to style such a jumpsuit for a night out? Because in this second case everything is pretty simple - you just add high heeled shoes and a popping lipstick, let's say red, and you're all set!

Though, when it comes to day time styling of such a piece many of us can find themselves lost. So here's my guide. First, keep it simple in terms of make-up - the most natural shaded one will be the best idea. Secondly, play with details, especially accessories - earrings and rings. Another interesting idea for the day time will be a hat, and it doesn't necessarily need to be of black color. Finally, shoes. I opted for flat ones to be able to walk long distances. And that's it! Simple and stylish at the same time. 


Look of the Day:
Zara shoes
H&M earrings


Photo: T. Egorova

When Life Gives You Limes

Simply take them and continue your journey into the world of creativity. Now, what's so creative about this outfit? I again turned a dress into a top. If you've seen my IGTV video about this look, then you probably know my reason for such a transformation. Yes, I don't feel such dresses, I mean bodycon-much ones, to be my sort of style now... 

Though, I couldn't still escape working with this neon-ish shade. I found it to be quite cool and wanted to continue my experiment with neon colours. And have to say that so far it's been quite successful. Also, have to mention that this lime shade attracts attention like crazy... or maybe it's the fact that I decided to emphasise it with the same shade of eye shadow?


Look of the Day:
vintage jeans
Ami Clubwear sandals
H&M necklace
Stuudio Nahk bag


Photo: T. Egorova

Trick with Asymmetric Top

Firstly, have to point out that lately I've been pretty much into creativity in terms of style and fashion, and pieces and so on. For some reason I'm experiencing a big dose of inspiration and am trying to use it in all ways possible. And this outfit is a good example of my creativity... and style hacks. If you've seen my latest IGTV videos, then you know what I mean.

And what I mean is the fact that I myself turned my quite old white skinny jeans into biker shorts by means of scissors and grater. What I mean in second place is that I turned an actual dress with high split into an asymmetric top. Why? Simply because I thought that such a dress is too much for me at the moment and I didn't feel it like a dress. Maybe I'll find ways how to incorporate it in my summer wardrobe - let's see.


Look of the Day:
Light in the Box blazer
Light in the Box jeans
Gamiss heels
Colloseum belt
Dior sunglasses


Photo: T. Egorova

Wine Shaded Bustier

To start with, I want to outline once again how much I like the a la suit concept. It can be both - an original suit or a combination that I created myself. And in terms of this very outfit I went on with the second option. Secondly, have to say that I adore playing around with the 1980's and 1990's decades in all terms - styles, textures and especially shapes. 

Speaking of today's very combination, here I came up with a mix of retro and modern vibes. And modern vibes are brought here by the bustier in first place. I'm not a fan of wine shades, but in case with this piece I really liked it and decided to support it with the same shade of lipstick. And have to say that these decadent vibes actually played for the overall look.


Look of the Day:
DKNY blazer
vintage trousers
vintage heels
H&M earrings


Photo: T. Egorova

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