Hello, dears !
Seems like the time stopped to be by my side these days, therefore I could hardly manage to work for the blog and because of that, here are a few pictures that might compensate my silence.
I’ve never thought of a sunny beginning of December, that’s why I simply couldn’t miss the chance of showing you my all time, vintage-looking FAV’s. ( The shades, of course! ) What else might fit better with these than a big fedora and a comfy coat? ( Not to mention that I wore it a dozen of times this season. ) As everybody knows, ” Checked” is the new star in town and I’m incredibly content with it since I first saw the Celine F/W collection, for which I truly fell in love instantly.
In the end, I’ve gotta say that I am going to become less active than I was a time ago, as it seems that these weeks might turn into a huge mess after all.
Sketch, sketch, sketch !
At last, I wish you all the best and hope to see you soon! Lots of hugs !
Here’s the result of the second ”artsy” project I did these weeks!
As you can see, these drawings seem to be more contemporary, as the whole process implied much more imagination and dedication. I also tried to release my thoughts with a much bigger power of determination than in the other post of this kind.
Now, it’s time to focus on the message I want to express through these drawings, which we also can see as a psychological exercise. (Why not?) Each of them are composing some sort of portraits of my family members. These ”faces” are surrounded by lots of spots, lines, scratches and hatches, which are trying to convey all the details and important events which had a bigger or a smaller impact on them.
At last, all these portraits are actually different visions of how I see myself through my family’s actions, as they have the biggest influence on me.
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Next step: Sculpture! Here’s a bit of how is going to be like the next Creativity Session!
Hello again, sweet ones!
I know that this might sound a little bit too direct, but I warmly recommend you to experience a little bit with your style, by adding a traditional touch to it, as I tried to do in this post!
I always kept this traditional skirt ( catrinta, named by the cool romanians ) for no reason in one of the deepest corners of my closet and I only now realise what a fool I was for forgetting about this one, which is literally a golden treasure! The belt makes it look even more sophisticated and ellegant.
Simple, but catchy at the same time!
Skirt: Vintage found/ Blouse: NY-er/ Belt: ASOS/ Flats: ALDO
Hope you like the pictures and, of course, the sketch of my outfit !
Many many hugs !
This is a special post, as I finally decided to share some of my sketches with you. Any reasons? Well yes. The main concept of this blog was not only of fashion, but also of art and creativity.
There’s still one specific thing that I must confess and that would be the fact that I was completely uninspired and grumpy these days. ( Happends to the all of us, right?)
Anyway, let’s focus on the drawings. Each of the sketches were inspired by different life forms like shellls, leaves and corals. I used cold and pastelate colours mostly, for each of us has to see the beauty, and the most important thing, the gentle side of the nature.
I hope you like them and find this slight collection somehow inspiring!
At last, here’s a small reveal of the next post of this kind, on which I’m currently working at.