2019 was definitely not our year and 2020 feels like a decade already. It has been a long while since we’ve visited this space but here we are, lockdowned like the rest of the world, daydreaming of places we’ve been and other destinations we would love to see. Despite people reading less and scrolling more, we still find ourselves checking out articles and recommendations every time we are planning for a trip.
When summer’s favorite fruit comes together with the whitest of the white you are bound to get a really fresh look. Off-shoulder dresses have been seen everywhere for the past seasons and we are personally happy about it. Continue reading “A Slice of Summer”
Tassels have always been up on our favorite accessory list, even before they were as popular as they are today. Back in the days when we were designing our own line that you can reminisce about HERE , we used love the colorful and flowy effect that tassels can instantly add to just about anything. Out there there’s a tassel in your preferred hue, size, and material and following this easy steps below will allow you to transform them into your summer’s go-to earrings. Continue reading “DIY Tassel Earrings”
If there’s a season to undertake DIY projects, then it must definitely be summer! A few posts back we shared our love for the Pom Pom sandals and given the happiness that it created we decided to share this customizing passion of ours again but this time by partnering up with our dear friend Elsa from Elsaolaccessoire.com. Her appetite for colors is only topped by her love for fruits, which she now happens to have a head full of, literally! You can check her take on the most loved summer item, the straw hat, on her latest blog post HERE.
You’ve probably already seen how pom-poms are being attached to just anything from key chains to hats. You probably own some and love them. But we are especially fond of the miniature version of those fluffy woollen balls when they are being added to sandals. We’ve previously used them together with tassels on our line of bracelets and necklaces but this time we wanted to share how easy it can be to transform any shoes you already have into the colorful Spring item you are most probably going to be wearing this season.
Stories have it that somewhere between October and November, there’s a second summer in our scenic hometown, Ehden. They say the weather starts getting really cold so most people will pack their belongings and bid farewell to what was probably the best summer of their lives. Only the brave stay and after enduring the foggy mornings and freezing nights, they will be rewarded with sunshine, lots of it.
When you think summer, endless images of flower prints and bright tones come to mind. Among the array of happy wardrobe thoughts, the color black is rarely one of them. Though a classic, black is not a conscious choice, it does absorb the heat after all. Continue reading “Summer Blackout”
If you google the top things you should do in a lifetime, watching the sunset in Oia- Santorini is always part of those lists. What they fail to mention is that if you do it while sharing your best friend’s wedding, you will be ticking more than one box.
Everyone has bucket lists. Visit, eat, watch, travel, jump… Continue reading “Ticking off Sunsets”
Once upon a time, heels were the frontrunners of every outing outside the gym. Then, Isabel Marant, Toms and Birks started to create a trend that made flat happy endings possible. Shoes are the indicators of where fashion is and where it intends to go, and comfy espadrilles confirm that the destination is pure relaxation and glow. Continue reading “Once upon a Summer”
After all, even clichés can be heart warming. If you think about it, they are overused because of their effectiveness or just striking beauty. Every day, as you browse the net or open that vogue issue, you will see shots of people in the sea, models with makeup looking like they have no makeup, and that yummy dessert snapped right before it was gone! Sharing moments is the ultimate goal even if we fall into the ordinary themes. Continue reading “Lady in Red”