Romanian influences

dress: Magazin Up! | belt: The Zen Project | bag: Zara | hat: H&M

EN: Lately I’ve been obsessed with clothing inspired by the traditional Romanian attire, so you can imagine how excited I’ve got when I received this gorgeous Myoki belt from The Zen Project. This belt can transform an outfit from ordinary to boho chic without putting to much effort in it. They come in various colors and patterns and you can choose the one you like HERE.


RO: De ceva vreme sunt obsedata de toate articolele vestimentare inspirate de portul traditional romanesc, asa ca va puteti imagina ce incantata am fost cand am primit aceasta minunata centura Myoki de la The Zen Project. Cu acest gen de centura e foarte usor sa transformi o tinuta simpla intr-una boho chic, fara prea mult efort. Gasiti mai multe modele si culori pe pagina The Zen Project, de unde va puteti alege prefecartele voastre.

Change is good

dress: HERE | bag: Red Valentino | pumps: HERE

I saw this dress for the first time almost a year ago, and I fel in love with it that instant. But, I wasn’t the only one who felt that way so, since then, I saw it worn by lots of bloggers. Although I really loved it I was really reticent about buying it, because I saw it so many times, styled in so many ways, and I thought to myself what could I possibly bring new to this dress. But, then I thought this could be an interesting challenge for me so I got it. I added a tutu skirt underneath and a waist belt and it looks so much different from the original. A friend even told me that she didn’t see this dress on sheinside, and when I sent her the link she realized that she had already bought the same dress. You can see how this dress originally looked like HERE, and you can see how other bloggers styled it by scrolling down on the same page. So what do you think, challenge accomplished?


1. HERE          2. HERE          3. HERE          4. HERE

5. HERE          6. HERE          7. HERE          8. HERE

Casual Sunday

jacket: HERE | tee: HERE | jeans: Zara | boots: Zara | bag: Massimo Dutti | hat: HERE

These is the type of outfit that I would wear on a casual day, when I want to be comfy, but I don’t want to blend in. The Sheinside cardigan is very comfy and easy to wear, but it has an interesting cut that makes it stand out. Also, I like to wear tees with funny messages in order to stand out without trying to hard. Simple tees are great but message tees are perfect for weekend when you need something a little more funny to brighten up your day.
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend and I wish you all a great week! Kisses!


Walk girl, walk!

sweater: HERE | jeans: Magazin Up | bag: Michael Kors | hat: H&M | boots: Zara

The thing that I regret the most when cold season is over is that I won’t be able to wear sweaters any more. I’m not sure why, but I have this obsession for sweaters, maybe because they are so versatile, or maybe because they never go out of style. Now, I try to take advantage of the spring days and I wear my sweater as much as I can, because in a month or two, I’ll have to storage them in boxes and I won’t see them until cold season comes again. I fond some really cute sweaters that I perfect for spring and I thought I’ll share them with you. My favorite one is number 4, the one with the transparent back, witch one is your favorite?

1. HERE          2. HERE          3. HERE          4. HERE

5. HERE          6. HERE          7. HERE          8. HERE

Candy color bag

blouse: HERE | skirt: Atelier Funditza roz | bag: HERE | shoes: old
Spring is here so it’s time to update my bag collection with some colorful pieces. The one in the pictures is the first one I’ve got, but I’m also thinking about a blue or purple one. I found some great pieces on and now all that’s left is to decide witch one to get. Here are my favorite ones: 
Details and price: HERE
Details and price: HERE
 Details and price: HERE

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Fashion Fridays

RO: Cei care ma urmariti pe instagram, probabil ca stiti deja ca weekendul trecut am fost invitata la targul Fashin Fridays din Timisoara. Invitatia a venit din partea Iuliei Cazacu, organizatoarea evenimentului , pe care vreau sa o felicit si sa-i multumesc pt. toata munca depusa si pt. faptul ca ne ofera si noua, timisorenilor, un targ de moda. 

Am sa incep cu inceputul, si anume locatia. Targul s-a tinut la Bastion si sincer, nu ma asteptam sa fie pe atat de frumos pe cat a fost. Cand ma gandesc la targ ma gandesc la inghesuiala, la incaperi aglomerate si, desi acest lucru nu ma deranjeaza extrem de mult, am fost foarte placut surprinsa sa vad cat de aerisita parea locatia targului. Probabil din cauza tavanului inalt, sau a peretilor albi, nu stiu, dar desi era foarte multa lume prezenta nu aveai impresia aceea de sufocare. Au fost doua zile minunate in care am rascolit printre hainutele si accesoriile puse la vanzare, am socializat si am facut poze cu hainele designerilor prezenti. Si cum sunt o fata cumpatata careia nu-i place sa cheltuie banii pe haine, am plecat de acolo cu mana goala. Yeah, sure…who am I kidding? Mi-am luat o superbitate de fusta de paiete, realizata de Sofia Afrenie, pe care probabil nu o voi purta niciodata, dar care arata minunat in dressing, pusa pe manechin (da, da, e vorba de fusta din poza de mai sus). Mi-au placut foarte multe lucruri de la targ: un colier de la Blussing Goodies, un cardigan de la Dany Ignat, un tricou B.A.D. Style si cateva rochite pastelate, dar din pacate am venit aproape falimentata din Milano si mi-am cheltuit ultimele resurse financiare pe fustita din paiete. Partea frumoasa e insa ca, odata ce-mi revin financiar, pot sa le fac o vizita la atelier designerilor si sa-mi iau tot ce mi-a placut la targ. 
In incheiere va las sa “savurati” cateva imagini facute la targ si promit sa revin cu o noua postare in care va voi prezenta tinutele pozate in cadrul targului.

M-am distrat fantastic, impreuna cu Mihaela de la Skinny Buddha, la shooting. Vezi parerea ei despre targul Fashion Fridays AICI.