Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Keep The Streets Empty For Me

Today’s post is a little bit different from what I usually post, as I wanted to show you a temporary tattoo that I recently received from Fake Tattoos. They actually contacted me in just the right moment , as I was just thinking of getting a real tattoo. You can really have fun with these and put a different one on every couple of days or just see how a tattoo looks like in a place you want to have one. I am in the second group as I’m thinking of having it done either where you can see it on the photos or on my wrist. They’re very easy to apply and the label says that they’re supposed to stay on for 3 to 5 days. Mine survived around 3 or 4 days and after that it started to come off. Hopefully, I’ll make up my mind on whether to get a real one or not soon. Oh and I’ve worn this dress during New Year’s Eve party together with sparkly tights, so you basically get the idea of what I looked like on that day ;)






Dress - New Look
Necklace - Topshop


P.S. I can't stop watching Xavier Dolan's latest movie Les Amours Imaginaires (I've already watched it like three times during the last couple of days!) and this scene and the song are one of my favourite ones from the movie ♥


Monday, 16 January 2012

New Dawn Fades

There’s still no snow in Wroclaw and it’s quite warm for a winter in Poland, which is quite lucky as I wanted to wear me new oxfords from a lovely shop with the cutest name and logo, namely, Le Bunny Bleu. These pretties are really comfy and have the prettiest sole with the bunny print on it! I almost feel bad when wearing them because of that ;) I’m also wearing a new coat I’ve recently bought on a sale at Tescos, it was so surprising to find a coat like that in a supermarket!




Coat - F&F
Jumper - thrifted
Beret - Primark
Skirt - H&M
Oxfords - Le Bunny Bleu
Bag - Claires

Monday, 9 January 2012

Broken glass, broken hearts
Pa pa power pa pa power

Yes, it was quite cold when I was posing for these photos, but I just wanted to show you my new dress that I got from Asda’s George! It’s really got the prettiest print and I’m not usually into asymmetrical cuts when it comes to clothing, but this dress - with its one sleeve – I love. It can be accessorized elegantly and serve as an evening dress or dressed down and look like an everyday garment. I think that in this look I’m something in between, so I could definitely wear it to a Christmas or New Year’s Eve party.

On another note, I’ve recently booked my plane tickets to Glasgow for February, so I’m going back to Scotland for a week (after a year of staying in Poland). I hope it’s going to be a good one and I can’t wait for all the shopping and meeting my friends!






Dress – George
Shoes – New Look
Bag – Vintage
Blazer – thrifted
Necklace – Primark
Bow Clip – H&M

Monday, 2 January 2012

Lose Your Soul

Happy New Year, my dear readers! Hope you had fun on your New Year’s Eve parties:) This year I was organizing a little party in my flat and it was really lovely. Unfortunately, I don’t have any photos of what I was wearing, but I’ll try to recreate the look in the future, take some photos and show you guys. The outfit I’m wearing in today’s post is basically what I wore on the first day of Christmas when I went for a little walk with my family. It’s the first time I wore my stag necklace, which was one of my Christmas presents, but I can assure you…you’ll be seeing this necklace on the blog A LOT :D Also I can’t get enough of headbands like the one on the photos and I think they might become a new addiction of mine.

On a music note, I’ve recently discovered Ryan Gosling’s band: Dead Man’s Bones and I really loved their music! Especially a song called Lose Your Soul (hence the title of this post)…when I first heard it I was listening to it all the time for like three days




Coat & Dress – Primark

Headband – H&M

Shoes – thrifted

Necklace - Reporter