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Violet Bow

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Many women are intimidated with pastel colours, especially in the dress shape – how to wear, what accessories and shoes to match, etc… It is much more easier to work

Floral Explosion

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Is there anything better than having one gorgeous floral printed dress? Yep, blooms and florals continue to flourish every spring. Season’s florals come in different colours and hues, motifs and

Modern 50s

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Last week, I was so excited to participate in new blogger collaboration. What’s even better, I got to try different dress silhouettes created by Estonian designer Perit Muuga. The first

Shades Of Gray

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Have I told you that gray is my favourite color? Not because it is trendy now, but also can refresh any black boring outfit. There were so many all-gray streetstyle

Blue Leaves

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Despite the cold and nasty weather, we’re keeping things bright and vivid by adding florals into our wardrobes. As much as we’re looking forward spring, fall/winter is certainly upon us.

Pink, prints & pearls

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A simple shift dress is one of the most versatile pieces in the wardrobe. That’s truely flattering and forgiving garment for any woman. Mine is patterned, has a neautral color

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Refreshing Purple

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Hello my 29/40! The belly looks like I’ve swallowed the huge football ball. The face and the body are getting bigger and bigger. Sometimes I don’t even recognize myself… Ok,

Max&Co. Notte collection

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Italian brand Max&Co presented its capsule collection “Notte”. Prom dresses were mostly inspired with Dior’ish 50ies. Anyway, I think the dresses have slightly dramatic accent because of the dominant black

Tiina Talumees. TFW Day 3

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Tiina by Tiina Talumees was the first collection of the final day. It was really mesmerizing. Since last year I’ve remembered her jersey dresses accessorized with sparkling brooches. The same was this

New-Look

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It’s vintage-inspired design from IRIS JAVNIER with trendsetting flair. This obvious style from 1940’s is called New-Look, discovered by French designer Christian Dior. With designs featuring highlighted waists, flared skirts