Accessories: It's all in the details- Scarves Galore!

Hi everyone! With the weather being so temperamental lately, for me style wise it's all about channeling accessories. My previous post was about a recent thrifty purchase of my Peruvian tote bag in vibrant colours for summer. Following this theme I thought I would a post on my favourite accessory passion of the moment- scarves.
 As regular readers may well know, I adore scarves-whether it's a designer purchase such as my Mulberry wool and cashmere scarf which was heavily discounted in the Christmas sales, a designer gift of a Burberry check pashmina which has proved to be a year round style staple to my latest purchases from Primark and my local shopping mall, to me, if it catches the eye and I know will be a versatile piece, then wearing a scarf during any season  is the perfect way to channel colour and keep cosy in the bargain.
As well as purchasing scarves in local shops, boutiques, charity shops and boot sales, browsing online is definitely the way forward to picking a really good trend led and up to date bargain. To me, picking the right scarf is a real style investment as they can be worn anytime, anywhere and if looked after properly will last for years to come. The great thing with browsing online is when you're looking for something in particular, then when you're on the right site, other choices pop up to confuse and covet in all different price ranges too!! I am like a magpie and they are definitely my weakness- I could easily buy a new one every day if funds permitted and when I saw the collection available via Uniprice, I was so spoilt for choice! Looking at a website that compares all brands and budgets really indulges you to seek out the perfect find and until my next purchase I've shared my favourites which are ideal for all budgets and tastes-hope these inspire you for your next scarf purchase!!

Diane Von Furstenberg silk Valencia scarf, £144

Maya scarf (Zalando) £12

Lily & Lionel animal print watermarked scarf, £135

Etro silk scarf, £195

Warehouse English Garden scarf, £22

Wishing you all a great weekend ahead and happy shopping too!!

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We wtorek odwiedziła mnie ekipa z portalu modowego i towarzyszyła mi przez dwa dni. Efekt naszej współpracy będziecie mogli zobaczyć już niedługo a dzisiaj mam dla Was kilka zdjęć z pobytu Kuby i Ismeny. To były intensywne ale bardzo pozytywne dni!

mój ogródek ;)
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Dzisiaj szybki post. Jeansy typu boyfriend upolowane w sh za niecałe 15 zł. Szpilki z nowej wiosennej kolekcji idealnie współgrają ze spodniami. Zawsze podobało mi się to połączenie na kimś - dziś pierwszy raz możecie je zobaczyć u mnie. Za kilka dni będę miała dla Was niespodziankę :) Zdradzę tylko tyle, że usłyszycie bardzo dobrze mój głos.

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Accessories: It's all in the details-From Machu Picchu to Me

Hi everyone! As the weather has been pretty awful lately, I've been focusing on how the little details such as accessories and colours can make a difference to an outfit.

Last month I found an awesome tote bag at the boot sale, all the way from Peru- Macchu Picchu to be precise. I do love authentically made pieces from South America and what drew me to this particular bag was the colours- fuchsia pink and orange, perfect for Spring and Summer:

I just love the style too- a tote is the perfect bag for this season and it's barely been used- it would have been rude not to have bought it for a bargainous £2, no?

I paired it with my current favourite scarf of the moment, a Primark buy a couple of months ago which is a watercolour floral style which I'm really loving for now- it's quietly vibrant and understated in a mix of colours and it seems to go with practically all of my outfits- I've worn it here with my thrifted black leather biker jacket by Primark too:

What are your favourite bags and accessories of the moment- are you all about colours, or are you sticking to neutrals?


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Jakiś czas temu stanęłam przed wyzwaniem. Niektórzy wiedzą, że pracuję jako stylistka. Stylizowałam już nastolatków do sesji, dojrzałe osoby jak i te w starszym wieku. Tym razem przyszło mi stylizować i zorganizować sesje dla dzieci - małych dzieci. Dzisiaj kilka zdjęć z tego dnia. Praca z takimi maluchami nie jest łatwa ale przynosi wiele frajdy :) jak mi poszło sami oceńcie. Ciuszki dla dzieci użyczył sklep

Mały Franiu skradł moje serce ♥

A oto cała piątka, którą miałam pod swoimi skrzydłami. Od lewej: Bruno, Natalka, Franiu, Antek, Kalinka.

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Sourcing MyStyle of Inspiration for a Gorgeous Vintage Dress

Style Inspiration comes in lots of different guises and forms- be it via magazines, online retailers, vintage sites and of course bloggers and stylists.

I've always loved vintage dresses and coming up to Summer I really wanted something different and that would be totally wearable too- so sourcing first, my inspiration came from the British designer Thea Porter. She produced stunning bohemian creations back in the 60s and early 70s from French, Italian and Turkish fabrics that were adorned with beading and embroidery and her designs are surely the inspiration for the current boho hippy chic that has been so popular for this last decade. Here are dresses which were on sale at the exclusive vintage couturier, Decades, Inc

Following on from there my inspirational path led me to the gorgeous Tiffany Wendel, whose blog is a definite must see for anyone who needs inspiring on the vintage, denim and designer path- as a professional stylist she sure knows how to put an outfit together in such a unique and stylish way that will leave you waiting to see what she creates next- here is her vintage dress that captivated me:

So finally I had an idea of what I wanted- something for casual chic, daytime dressing, not too floaty so it can be more trans-seasonal and worn with or without a jacket. Sure enough, after much hunting I found the perfect dress for me, a vintage 70s bohemian style dress by Phool which has a quilted and embroidered bodice with beading detail and the dress has a paisley pattern in general:

I'm still experimenting with it regarding jackets and footwear- I can't decide between sandals or boots, so an outfit post will follow once I've decided!!

What and who is currently inspiring you for your next purchase?


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Ci którzy śledzą mojego bloga wiedzą dobrze, że uwielbiam pomadki. Dlatego dziś chcę Wam pokazać kilka moich ulubionych.

Przed każdym nałożeniem pomadki nakładam na usta Carmex, który jest niezastąpiony. Idealnie nawilża i chroni usta. Dzięki niemu pomadka jest trwalsza i nie wysusza ust.

Carmex - rossmann około 8 zł

Ok. W takim razie zaczynam oprowadzanie :) Na początek moje usta w naturalnym kolorze. Te jasne pomadki będą wyglądać inaczej w zależności od naturalnego koloru.

Na pierwszy ogień nie idzie pomadka a błyszczyk. Nigdy tak naprawdę nie lubiłam błyszczyków, ale ten ze zdjęcia jest "inny". Przede wszystkim nie klei się (a to zawsze mnie odrzucało). Pod błyszczykiem możecie już zobaczyć moje top 8. Najpierw delikatny kolor nude wpadający w róż, perłowy odcień, błyszczący róż, matowy róż, brzoskwinia, śliwka, ostry róż i czerwień.

błyszczyk Benefit Lollibop - około 50 zł spehora

Rimmel 070 Airy Fairy - Rossmann około 17 zł 

Maybelline Color Sensational 832 Kiss Pearl - Rossmann około 20 zł

Maybelline Color Sensational 143 Pink Fizz - Rossmann około 20 zł

Rimmel Kate Moss 102 - Rossmann około 17 zł

Manhattan 34N - Rossmann około 15 zł

Rimmel 300 Electric Plum - Rossmann około 17 zł

Rimmel Kate Moss 02 - Rossmann około 17 zł

Czerwień jest moim ulubionym odcieniem jeśli chodzi o pomadki. Prezentuję Wam dziś moją ulubioną, ale  odcieni tego koloru mam kilka. Zdecydowałam, że na czerwień poświecę osobny post.

 Rimmel 170 Alarm - Rossmann około 17 zł

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