Mix and Match

Sometimes when I am trying too hard to plan an outfit ahead of time, it doesn’t work so well. The lace of time in a busy morning can lead to some unique and fashionable choices. I like to mix and match and dress according to my mood apparently, it might work the best when it comes instinctively and unplanned

This outfit was chosen in those busy morning, when I had to get ready in a few minutes. The reason was an amazing trip to Baden-Baden, a german town near the black forest. The weather was chilly but the atmosphere was electric and warm

I describe this look comfortable and functional with a twist. Hope you like it:)

 Here is what I wore: Cardigan and Scarf: Zara, Leggings: Topshop, Boots: Eden, Bag: River Island, Blouse: Urban Outfitters

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Flowers and Stude

Yep, I ‘ve still have more pictures from London, I wanted to share with you guys. (I can’t get over this amazing city). The weather in the third and the fourth day of my tour was no longer sunny… The rain was about to take control of the situation, at least it was not so cold and I still love London no weather what….

I decicded to wear somthing comfortable for a long walk, which included a city tour in all the attraction (beside fashion there are more to see in London) and the famous place. In order to be faithful to my fashionista side, I combined between my  stude sneakers and my printed blazer over a romantic lace blouse. I kept my look warm and cozy by adding the wool oversized coat.

I ended up eating hummus in the best place in London: Hummus Bros. As an Israeli, I really miss this mediterranean food, which included fresh vegetable. giant salad, tahini and hummus and of course, pita (for me the whole wheat version)

Have a great weekend:)

Wool Coat and boyfriend jeans: Topshop, Bag: River Island, Floral Jacket: French Connection, Stude Sneakers: Aldo

 

 

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Street of London

 

I visited london recently and I had such a great time! Oxford Street is definitely one of my favourite place. I got so much inspiration from the stylish people walking down the street. (I have already missed Oxford/bond street shopping). For a fashion shopaholic like me, it is really dangerous to walk in these streets with some money or credit cards in my wallet (becouse nothing is going to left in the end of day) There were so many temptations especially with all the sales! I am the typical target shopper lady, who the fashion brands are up to…

So after five amazing days in London, I end up buying almost all my outfit below (except the sweater and the boots). I love mixing between texture and prints,  therfore I wore my new horizontal/ vertical stripes leggings with my new silk diamond shaped blouse. An interesting combination of geometric prints, hope you like it!

There are more pics from London , the best are yet to come…:)

Leggings, Clutch, Necklace and Coat: Topshop, Blouse: French Connection UK, Sweater: Mango, Boots: Zara

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Lace obsession


Lace is a timeless piece that I never get tired of. It’s romantic and ultra feminine, but yet very sensual
Lace dominated the runway and my closet too. Every season I need to refresh my wardrobe with some lace pieces. This time I decided to challenge myself with all lace look: lace blouse with lace printed skirt. To avoid looking too sweet and girly, I wore my Mango boots with the fringe on the side which are not the most comfortable shoes, but it’s definitely the most stylist one. As you know me, I am willing to sacrifice my comfort from time to time, especially when it’s come to fashion. The lace blouse with the stud collar from Urban Outfitters has a perfect combination of sweet and edgy, so I got the courage to wear it with my Topshop flowy skirt.

Hope you like it:)

Skirt: Topshop, Lace blouse and Cardigan: Urban Outfitters, Boots : Mango, Cluch: H&M, Sunnies: Zara

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It’s getting cold outside

I am not a big fun of the winter. When the raindrops keep falling, the winter blues is arrive too…but I know how to beat the sadness away: hot soup, Large Cappuccino Cup and winter clothes.

The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers.

Wearing layers and combine between mix of textures allow me to express myself and my own style. This time I wore a  faux  fur vest over a turtleneck shirt and oversized coat on top. This look not only keep me warm but make me feel fashionable. In order to provide extra textual interest, I wore my new geometric print trousers from the new collection in Mango. The loose fit create a casual attitude, which is perfect for a Relaxing Sunday morning.

Coat: Topshop, Fur vest: Bershka, Pants and hat: Mango,Necklace: Promod, Turtleneck: Club Monaco, Bag: Morgan, Shoes: H&M

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