With blooming trees, great weather and the spirit of spring in the air it is sinful not to be happy, smile…smile all the time, smile to the strangers, smile to yourself looking in the mirror, smile while working and smile while resting… it is sinful not to wear dresses. And as a part of my New Year’s resolution I do try to be more smiley, complain less and…be more feminine and add romantic and classy notes to my outfit. I made this dress on fabric market got inspired by Ulyana Sergennko’s a-la Rus style. And you know what, wearing that dress I really feel different:)) Especially if the outfit is completed with vintage bag and Mango black heels.
Enjoy your spring lovelies. XOXO from Shanghai
Does it happen to you when you buy something and you love it so much, so you will wear it almost every day? Certainly it happens to me! Fell in love with these sunglasses and now are wearing them whenever there is even a tiny sunshine:) Call it an obsession! Last time I walked them couple of weeks ago. Decided to complete look with a skirt I got in Bangkok and a bag from my favourite shop in Shanghai. And by the way, this year is probably the best winter weather I’ve ever experienced!!!
I just understood how I love autumn. And autumns in Shanghai are just perfect. I always try to enjoy every single day of nice weather, especially knowing that winter:( is coming and , oh man, I’m not a winter person. That is why I take every chance to dress up nicely. Found these photos with one of my favourite vintage dresses which I got at “Lolo love vintage”. Every time I put on this dress, I feel so feminine!!! Love love love vintage dresses, especially when you style them correctly.
Love you all. XOXO from Shanghai
One of those hidden places in Shanghai that you just can’t ignore: bamboo alley on Julu road. It leads to a cosy Japanese restaurant (where I’ve never been but heard a lot of positive reviews). Love this place because it’s great for taking pictures, I guess it’s because of the light.
It was one of the last days before my trip to Thailand (going to tell you about it soon) and I decided to use this opportunity and take some nice pictures (many thanks to my friend Tammy who is a great photographer). I was wearing my favourite vintage pants which I got in Bangkok and cardigan which I found on taobao.com. This year I discovered that I’m really into pants, turns out they are not just an “office material” :)))
Hope you are all having a great time!
XOXO from Shanghai