Happy Monday!

How was your week-end? I hope relaxing. Mine was busy because I spent it doing household work. I've decided not to hire any more housekeeper and for the past three months I have been doing everything myself. My husband and I gave up on even trying to find a new one. We have never had any problem with our housekeeper back in LA but somehow our experience with housekeeper here is just drama after drama. Not to exaggerate but I think that we could write a whole book with all the stories. 
But today I'm here to finally share with you this look featuring a lace top a stripes skirt. I added a pop of red with this bag that I can't stop wearing since I bought it. I'm simply obsessed! hope you like the look. Have a great week ahead and thanks for stopping by!

Top: BCBG old, I also like this
Skirt: Asos, old but I also like this
Shoes: Valentino, available here
Bag: Saint Laurent, available here



Happy Monday! Everyone
Sharing more pictures of this look I was wearing last week while running errands with hubby. The pictures didn't come out as perfect as I wanted but they still give you an idea of my look. Two bright colors and a stripe tee in one look.  I added my nude oldies but goodies Choo I bought during a summer trip to Paris. Nude goes with every other color. Such a shame that I haven't worn these shoes in such a long time. Which makes me think that at some point, I need to organize a closet sale to let go of  the stuff. Don't they say in order to make place for the new we have to  to let go of the old?
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Blazer: Maximo dutti, sold out. I also like this  here
Top: Zara, available Here
Pants: Topshop, available Here
Shoes: Jimmy Choo, I also like These
Bag: Yves Saint Laurent, available Here
Hand jewelry: Lovisa




 You can never go wrong with a classic, elegant look like the one in my previous post. However, this time I've decided to wear something different and I hope you like it! My printed tee reminds me of Salvadore Dali painting and I consider the booties as an investment piece. Because I'm not a trendy person, anything made by Fendi is always top on my list. Anyone who knows me, also knows that I like classy, timeless pieces and these booties are timeless.  I don't do trends, I do style!
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Top: Moschino, I also like this here
Pants: Karen Millen, try  here
Necklace: Mango, try here
Shoes: Fendi, I also like this
Bag: Saint Laurent, available here



Happy Week-end Everyone!
Sharing with you this fun and happy look featuring a dress from MSGM Resort'15 collection. I instantly fell in love when I first saw this dress because of the pineapple print. The printed pineapple is in yellow and yellow makes me happy! I don't know why, but it just does! I think we often under estimate the power of colors on our mood.
I've decided to stick to my happy yellow color by styling this beautiful pineapple printed dress with feminine yellow shoes and bag. I enhanced the fitted waist of the dress with a belt for a perfect feminine A-line silhouette. And voila! I hope you like it! can't wait to pair this dress with beautiful flats shoes for long walk this coming Summer.
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Dress: MSGM available here
Shoes: Saint Laurent, I also like this here and here
Bag: Celine
Rings: lovisa, I also like this here




Happy Week-end Eeveryone!
A casual look featuring  Kenzo tee and a distressed jeans. What I like about Kenzo is that the designs speak for themselves and are sought after by fashion lovers from around the globe. Honestly, I haven't met anyone yet who doesn't like Kenzo. And obviously, I am not exception!  The print on this tee is quite of a statement because of the huge evil eye. Even though the concept and significance of evil eye vary widely from one culture to another, we can all agree that sometimes in life, we need to be protected from evil eye, don't we? Pairing the evil eye tee with a distressed jeans for a stroll town. Enjoy your week-end and stay blessed!
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Tee: Kenzo, avalaible here
Jacket: Zara, I also like this here
Necklace: Zara, try this here
Jeans: Topshop, available here
Bag: Celine
Shoes: Valentino, available here



Happy Monday!
 The first time I saw this coat, I couldn't believe it was from the high street label as it looked like one of those pieces from Prada. You know the joy when  you buy a piece that costs nothing but looks like it is from a high end label? I'm sure you do! The mesh material and the round disks on the coat definitely make a statement. I've decided to pair it with a top made with a softer, more delicate material. Lace is known to be feminine but I think this look is feminine and strong at the same time. Last but not least, a pop of pink was added to the look with this DVF bag. 
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Top: Chicwish, (available here)
Skirt: (old, similar here)
Shoes: Jimmy Choo (sold out, I also like here)
Bag: DVF (Sold out)
Coat: H&M(Sold out)