I’m not posting every week here, but always taking care of the blog – this is the post till Oct 6th In the meantime, I created another new page this montth! ACCESSORIES!
In August I painted and framed pictures, posted everyday quotes on facebook and twitter, kept a diary of what I learned during Aug, got my DNA tested by NatGeo (fascinating!), cooked a bit and posted every week on Stylishly Beautiful, the new site I’m posting on.
August 2014 pictures
Beginning of August, with gifted Swarovski earrings
Lovely necklace, Missoni and Topshop tops and… I learned a polaroid photo effect!
Tod’s bag and headband + chocolate always on my mind
1) Indian skirt, Celine top, Cristofoli shoes 2) L K Bennett dress and Alexander McQueen headband 3) Tory Burch bag, Missoni long top, Topshop top and Stefanel shoes
Outfit details: Cristofoli shoes and floral bag – Bracelets: gifted Pandora bracelet and one from Tenby – Amazing Polish ring (2004) – Bracelets from Slovenia and Prague, 2013/14
Alexander McQueen headband, L.K. Bennett dress and La Cabane a Perles beads from Saint-Malo for necklace designed by me, made by Julie Reen. Coconut red beads – gifted
Just one of the quotes of the month, to remember a very important thing
Did you know that men use “Uh” as a conversation gap filler, while women use “um“? This information, that may be superfluous, is here. I found the explanation interesting!
So that was it! To a new month full of smiles for all of us!
Hope you liked this attempt to show some items – I’ll love your sweet comments, thanks!
Hello! Please don’t be put off by the date on the left – today is July 28th, Monday! Because I have had kind of “different hectic weeks” it meant not enough time to post. Since I think this post is still VERY relevant to me, I’m recycling it again Hope you don’t mind and that you like it! I know we are in July, of course… But I’m still living in the first semester of the year… I confess – it was so good, I want to extend that feeling!
In June I only posted twice because of a trip and the World Cup.And in July only once Anyway, my sweet blogger-friends know exactly when I have a new post – when I comment on their blogs I don’t comment three times a week, but I’m a loyal reader. Despite that, I’m really interested in your posts! Do believe me!
The first half of the year is gone, the second has just started – I wanted to have track of what I have done so far and add the things I did in June, so to remember the time and the places. Here it goes!
First of all, thanks to all the amazing blog-friendsfor the always so lovely comments! They mean a lot to me and I always look forward to reading and answering them!
My recent posts pointed out places, not outfits. I travel dressed in a comfortable and quirky way and I have no problems with that – the outfits don’t “suit” the fashion world, but I prefer to be comfy to walk a lot in new places. This post shows a “real” outfit – although always quirky, the way I like it! It was in Dun Laoghaire – it means, sea – in May.
Dún Laoghaire (older anglicisation of which, Dunleary,- the way to pronounce it -, is also sometimes found) is a suburban seaside town in County Dublin, Ireland. It is formerly a major port of entry from Britain. From 1821 to 1920 it was named Kingstown. Source here
History and beauty there! This is to show the port, not an ad
Nice hippie dress – I love hippie fashion and denim jackets! Kenneth Cole bag, M & S shoes – sooo comfy, and headband from a shop in Colmar, France. On the flat’s balcony at Bushy Park, Dublin
This is such a funny picture! Looks like a long dress, instead of midi – it’s the effect of the stairs! I just noticed it later! But I liked the photo!
I’ll finish this post by saying that I’m packing – again – for a massive trip on Sunday, the 15th. I’ll miss people and places here very very much. I hope new adventures are open for me. This is the way it keeps going for me. Sometimes I wish to be less adventurous, but that was never my nature.
I hope you all have an amazing week with many sweet smiles and I thank you for your comments! They mean a lot to me, as I said, and they truly make my day!