Even though a fan of monochromatic looks in winter, I can never entirely give up colour or lock away anything with a cheerful pattern for a good few months at a time. Thankfully winters in Athens are mild and allow for bare legs and mini skirts for a good chunk of time! Browsing a little on Mombasa Rose I found a few dresses which could be worn on a full year basis, with the appropriate outerwear and accessories -et voila!
I keep bumping into hidden treasures every single time I pass by my local Zara store. This leather crop happens to be one of my latest "treasured" acquisitions, along a bunch of other crops, which are definitely flooding my wardrobe by now! I wore it with a pair of low rise Current Elliott jeans and black Givenchy accessories, for a borderline badass look. What do you think?
We haven't had a giveaway here on the blog in a while and I believe it's finally time!
Not Your Average Style Fix has partnered up with concept jewellery store Luxury Elements to offer one lucky girl a pair of black onyx and zircon earrings, the same that I wore in my previous outfit post! Luxury Elements is the definition of affordable luxury, offering an impressive variety of stylish jewellery, made of precious gemstones at incredible prices. The first of their concept stores is located in the centre of Athens, where they host events, private sales and private shopping services, but they also do delivery at home and international shipping upon request! Take a look at their Facebook page for more information!
This giveaway is open internationally and there are three steps to taking part:
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3) Leave me a comment below or send me a message with your email address!
The winner will be contacted by email in 10 days! So stay tuned and share it with your friends!
Thanks for reading! Good luck everyone!
You've heard about the new plaid. Now, before you start thinking that the new plaid is nothing but the old plaid waist bound (inclusively but not exclusively true), I should probably tell you that the focus of this post is actually not the plaid as such, but the faded, grungy, rebellious plaid, punking up my otherwise glamorous AX Paris mesh dress, like nothing else could. Plaid (and its newly found cousin, the houndstooth) is probably my favourite pattern and FW13 trend which I am likely to abide by the most. Besides, you already got a first glimpse of it here, in its collective version, inspired by Celine, Stella McCartney, Emilia Wickstead and all the other stacked up plaid looks that flooded FW13 catwalks. More of those refined, layered "new plaid" looks coming soon, probably in the oversized! How do you feel about plaid this season?
Have a great week!