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How to wear bell/ trapeze dress ?


Bell dress – it’s for romantics, this in A - line- for minimalists and trapeze dress - for fans of mathematics and classics;) It all comes down to the fact that this dress is widening from the shoulders to the hem. The history of trapeze dress begins in the fashion house Dior - when the designer decided to create an outfit in a  shape of the letter A and thus departed from strong emphasizing the waist. Such cuts were heavily promoted by Polish La Mania. Victoria Beckham also took a liking to this cut. I’m not surprised because once she said: ” I dress sexily – but not in an obvious way. Sexy in a virginal way.” I think I would describe this dress exactly like that...

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5 tricks to make your legs look longer in ankle boots


Low-heel ankle boots are one of the most comfortable types of shoes for autumn. They are warm and comfortable, but rarely they look exceptionally. If you have high heel ankle boots then your legs get additional cm( it’s such  a clever trick ;) ), otherwise legs don’t always look favorably. But it doesn’t mean that your legs have to look bad ;) Here are some of my tips :)   Botki na niskim obcasie to jeden z najwygodniejszych typów obuwia na jesień. Są ciepłe, komfortowe, ale rzadko kiedy wyglądają tak samo wyjątkowo jak wyjątkowo dobrze noszą się. Jeśli posiadają wysoki obcas, nasze nogi zyskują dodatkowe cm( to taki sprytny trik ;) ), w innym wypadku nie zawsze nogi prezentują się korzystnie. Ale nie oznacza to, że nasze nogi skazane są na zły...

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Upside down. Do you have something of a freak? ;)


Is there something you know you do differently than others? E.g. to slice bread from right to the left , not from left to the right? I  do that. My friends are surprised when they see that. It’s probably because I’m left-handed. My friend peels banana from the bottom ,not from the top (Greetings to Joanna!),which is extremely strange for me. My other friend when she is eating Delicje  ( cakes similar to Jaffa Cakes ,which you probably know better)  she only eats a sponge and she doesn’t eat jelly part, which amazes me, because I start with jelly part  and I don’t eat a sponge. What quirks do you have? Or maybe you know some "freaks"? ;). Don’t be afraid to confess me your quirks because someone once said:...

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Coco Chanel Essentials


If you read my blog, probably you noticed  quotes of  Coco Chanel or references to her main principle "less is more". It’s true, I love drawing inspiration from various fashion trends, and a lot of things inspire me, but my roots are strongly embedded in the style created by divine Gabrielle Chanel (It’s her real name). I recently re-watched a movie about life of Chanel and it inspired me to take a closer look to the key elements of Coco’s style. The  current offer of  fashion house Chanel for me is a bit more flashy, too, "seasonal" but of course in new collections we can see the spirit of old  Chanel (jackets, tweed, quilted chain shoulder bags), but I remain faithful to what suits me - the elegant minimalism;)   Jeśli czytasz mój...

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Little white dress


It’s much less popular than a little black dress. But is it less interesting? Not for me. A little white dress - next to a little black and red dress, is a choice that it is always good for me. In summer, we were almost flooded by lacy, idyllic, embroidered white dresses. I showed  you dress like this in THIS POST. Recently ,little white dress displaces more popular sister and it even conquersred carpets. Do we have to forget about little white dress in autumn ? Not necessarily. All you have to do is just wear it in a slightly different way, add autumnal accessories and voila - a little white dress can be worn throughout the year:) Znacznie mnie popularna od małej czarnej. Czy mniej interesująca? Nie dla mnie....

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Sweater weather


One of the reasons  why I like autumn is the fact that I can  wear warm sweaters. I think it's one of the most malleable  clothes. As far  as dresses are usually quite specific and they impose us a particular style of accessories that fit to them,  sweaters have infinite possibilities which depend on what we combine them with. Sweater in my today's makeover I have already worn in several ways, and I think I still can create some more outfits with it. Jednym z powodów dla których lubię jesień jest możliwość noszenia ciepłych swetrów. Uważam, że to jedne z najbardziej plastycznych ubrań. O ile sukienki są zazwyczaj dość mocno określone i narzucają nam konkretny styl dodatków, które do nich pasują, o tyle swetry dają nieskończone możliwości, w...

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La vie en rose


Am  I  going to tell you the recipe for a bed of roses in my today’s post? Unfortunately I have to disappoint you;) Of course I know some psychological tricks that make life easier, but today I’m going to focus on flowers. Czy w dzisiejszym poście zdradzę Wam przepis na życie usłane różami? Niestety, muszę Was rozczarować;) Na pewno znam kilka psychologicznych sztuczek, które ułatwiają życie, ale dziś skupię się na kwiatach. Is there anyone who doesn’t like flowers? I can’t decide what type of flowers I like the most, because so many of them are incredible. Lilies seduce me with their scent, hydrangeas and peonies with their delicateness, orchids are noble and perfect, sunflowers are so optimistic, lilies of the valley and daisies are innocent .Gerard de Nerval ( who...

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Fashion (and not only) lives and breathes a change


Recently on my blog you could see eye-catching paisley pattern and today you can seeintense orange colour. Has anything changed ?! ;) Karl Lagerfeld believes that "fashion lives and breathes a change," and I think that there is something about it. Over the last decade  (or even two;)) I definitely didn’t revolutionize my wardrobe and I still like things that I liked few years ago. But I like these small changes which allow me to evolve and find myself again. In psychology, change is needed to develop yourself. Without change there is no development. Heraclitus, an ancient thinker, defined change as a one of the elementary laws governing the nature.   Niedawno na blogu był przykuwający wzrok wzóry paisley, dzisiaj intensywny oranż. Czy coś się zmieniło?! ;) Karl Lagerfeld uważa, że „moda...

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 In August, when I was familiarizing myself  with upcoming trends and I was searching for autumn inspirations, I got crazy about ponchos. To such an extent that I made a  few:). Soon I'll show you the final result of my work on warm, knit ponchos. Już  w sierpniu, kiedy zapoznawałam się z nadchodzącymi trendami i wyszukiwałam inspiracji na sezon jesienny oszalałam na punkcie poncz. Do tego stopnia, że sama kilka uszyłam :). Niedługo pokażę Wam finalne efekty pracy nad ciepłymi, dzianinowymi ponczami. Kilka lat temu ponczo czy peleryna wydawały mi się czymś niepraktycznym, a nawet brzydkim. Najwyraźniej, do niektórych ubrań czy trendów trzeba dorosnąć. Dzisiaj w mojej szafie wisi kilka egzemplarzy ciepłych, otulających okryć tego typu. I ciągle mi mało;) Few years ago, poncho or cape seemed to me very impractical or even ugly....

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How to wear paisley pattern?


Paisley is a pattern from Persia or India. It is wrongly called Turkish. In the most minimalistic version it presents characteristic teardrop shape  and  in more decorative version this pattern looks very impressive,  it is very ornamental and ornate. Characteristic teardrops are printed on the  fabric. It’s hard to say what exactly  this pattern shows – some people say that it’s a  mango fruit, others that a stone. In Poland, sometimes it is called "kidney". This motif has been interpreted in many various ways :  twisted teardrop shape, or form known as almond shape. Sometimes it is called "Persian pickles" or "Welsh pears". In the Baltic states in the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries people thought that paisley shawls can protect them against demons. Now paisley pattern can be  seen...

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