Friday, December 27, 2013

BH Cosmetics palettes review (120 eyeshadow 5th edition and professional blush 10 color palletes)

 BH cosmetics palettes review

Hey hey lovelies how have you been? I know I have not posted in a while beacause things were a little hectic lately. However, I am back and with the review i promised a while ago about BH cosmetics palettes: 120 eyeshadow palette 5th edition and 10 color professional blush palette. In my first impression post I wrote how both of the palettes looked quite lovely, colors looked pigmented and in total I was very satisfied considering the price of those babies. Now I am here to talk a bit about the quality of the products as well as how easily they are applied on th skin and how long they stay up.

To start with the eye shadow palette I can not stress enough how lovely the colors are. The variety is incredible from matte to glittery colors to metallic ones the choices are so many it will take you a while to decide what to wear every time. All colors are very pigmented however, the sparkly and metallic ones are a bit more pigmented and easier to apply than the matte ones. This is an issue that I have come across in my sleek palettes as well. I do not know why matte colors are less pigmented and not so easy to apply on the eyes than the shimmering ones but this does not make them any less lovely. Also for those who are not friends of the shimmery colors here is a little tip: you can wet your brush before applying a matte color and this will turn your color a bit metallic - not sparkly- and it will help it stay on your eyes longer. With that said i can honestly recommend this palette for those who seek an affordable palette that is close to purple/pink and brown shades as this is the majority of the colors with some interesting twists such as navy blue and silver grey and of course the basic black. It worths the money as it is merely 12$ and it has 120 shades. Even if you will never use some, you can still get your money's worth since you will definately like at least half of them. Also I did not face any allergy based problems with my eyes and any irritations after using the product so for me at least it was quite alright therefore i believe the quality is not bad at all. So this is a winner quality-price combo in my opinion.

Now as far as the professional blush palette is concerned I am equaly satisfied and excited. This palette is amazing. It has all the colors I like and thensome. Besides the beautiful shades of pink, which is what I usually wear, it also has darker shades which can be used for contour or as bronzers in the summer. Some are quite shimmery some not really which is great since there is a place and a time for shimmer. The colors are very pigmented maybe I could say too pigmented meaning you will need to use a small quantity on your brush and even tab it a a bit for the excess product to drop. Keeping that in mind and really blend the color on your skin, this palette is lovely. It is very versatile and can be used on all different skin colors and shades. Also its price at only 11$ makes it practically a steal. Once again i did not face any allergic reactions and problems on my skin or any breakouts so I can absolutely recommend this palette to everyone who wants to have blushes and contours all in one package. Although the price is quite low it does not lack in quality which makes it another winner. 

I do not own many products from BH Cosmetics however from those two I got I could not be more satisfied and happy with my choices. I definatelly recommend these palettes and hopefully I will get my hands on more BH make up products. Do you like BH Cosmetics? Share your opinion and experience down below as well as which products do you have and love or hate. 

Till next time take care dolls :) xxx

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

First impression/review BH cosmetics 120 eyeshadow 5th edition and 10 color professional blush palettes


First impression review 
120 eye shadow palette 5th edition
10 color palette prfessional blush

120 eye shadow palette 5th edition - BH Cosmetics

10 color palette professional blush - BH Cosmetics

Hey hey girlies how are you? I know i have not been around lately due to some personal issues however, I am very excited about today's post. I recently received two palettes I was looking forward to get my hands on from BH cosmetics and I decided i should make a post about my first impression and some sort of a review of the products. So let's get to the point! For a while now I have watched many youtubers raving about BH cosmetics and how lovely yet affordable their products are. I was quite intriuged from all this fuss and I decided to give the brand a try. However, purchasing the products from the states was proved to be quite a challenge and therefore I thought it would be better to buy them from somewhere within Europe so it will be easier to get to me. While looking for BH resellers in Europe i came across a site or two which were selling the known for their cheap price products at ridiculously higher price (even double) and soon i got disappointed. All this until one day i discovered quite shocked that there is a BH cosmetics site in Germany. Thats right in Germany! The actual BH cosmetics site and not just a reseller. And to my further excitement the products were barely a bit more expensive than in the US site and also i could ship them home through a courier company and not the unreliable post office. Therefore i placed my order and a week later it was at my door!

The products I decided to get are two of my favorite ones that caught my eye; the 120 eyeshadow palette 5th edition and the 10 color professional blush palette. Needless to say they were quite wrapped up and in perfect condition, both of the products are absolutely stunning. So let's start witht he blush palette. As the description says there are 10 colors in this palette from different shades; you can find ice pink to warm peach and dark bronze color. They are all highly pigmented and easy to apply. Soe of them are shimmery and soe matter. The picture in the site does not do justice to the colors as they look less vibrant than what they are. For that purpose i decided to do a swatch of them on my arm so you can see better how they apply and how pigmented they are. Some of these colors suit the fair skin tones and some the darker ones. However, I believe all can be put in use since besides my favorite pink and peachy shades, I can use the darker ones as bronzers in the summer or for contouring. The material of the case is quite thick and not the shinny tacky one in my opinion. Also something very interesting i found written in the back of the products is that BH does not test on animals. This makes me even fonder of the brand as i do not approve the animaltesting one bit and companies that are ethically right always have my vote. In all the 10 color professional blush palette is quite worthy. It has 10 colors that range in different shades satisfying all tastes. Pink, fucsia, peach, nude, brown, bronze even a vibrant orange one, Being shimmery and matte, they can be used in different occasions. They all apply nicely and are very pigmented. If you were not sure about this palette do not waste any more minutes! Get your hands on it; it totally worths it! Plus the price was quite low for 10 blushes that can be used for multi purposes so why not ladies?

Here there is a picture of  the palette so you can see the colors as they actually look and a picture of them swatched on my inner arm

Now now about that 120 eyeshadow palette! I chose the 5th edition because from the pictures it seemed that the majority of colors are brown, nude and pink/purple, which are my favorite colors to use. I believe they flatter me more based on my brown eye color and fair skintone. I have to say I was not disappointed at all! The palette is true and just lovely. 50% of the colors are brown and nude ones with the remaining 50% to be the pink and purple ones, white and highliters and some random colors like green, navy blue and a couple of black shadows. I am very satisfied with the variety and the shades. Some colors are very shimmery, some less shimmery and some are matte. In general they are very pigmented with some being more pigmented than others. They are all very beautiful and some of them have a quite rich and thick feel on my fingers. As I absolutely love all the brown/nude/gold shades and also the purple ones i am not too fond of the pink ones however, I believe I could give them a try because they are quite pretty. Also the navy blue was a pleasant surprise and the black and highliting ones are always usefull. The green ones are lovely and since they are my mom's favorite I am gonna leave them to her. The case is from the same material as the blush one with the adition of a mirror which just makes things much more easier. In general the 5th edition 120 color palette is a stunner! The colors are pretty, most of the shades are my taste and the majority of them is very pigmented with the exception of some matte ones which need a bit more quantity to show. If you love your brown and purples like me this is the palette to go!Let's not forget the low price as well!

Below there are pictures of the actual pallete as well as some colors i swatched on my inner arm from both palettes (from the 120) as they stood out to me more. I hope the pictures help you have a better impression of how the colors truly show and how pigmented they are.

Of course there are many brown and nude colors but I thought the ones i swatched are more interesting. This does not mean the brown ones are notamazing! This post is about the first impression i got from the palettes. As soon as I use them both I will make another post reviewing how they actually feel on my face. Which means I will talk about whether they crease, last, are easy to apply and whether the irritate my skin or not. So sit tight dolls and wait for the after use review if you are interested. I hope this first impression review and the pictures are helpful for anyone who is interested int hose two palettes. Comment down below and let me know what you think and if you have any other BH products you love or hate. 

Till next time take care dolls :) xxx

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Trends of autumn - Chapter 4: Back to balck and white + OOTD


Chapter 4

Going back to Black and White

Skirt: H&M
Jumper: Forever21
Shoes: Blanco

    Hey hey everyone. Today's post is the fourth installment to the Trends of Autumn posts, combined with an OOTD. One of the most timeless trends in fashion is the combination of black and white. There is nothing classier than the monochromatic style which returned in the catwalks this fall (if it ever left). The  can be seen from high fashion brands such as Narciso Rodriguez and J Mendel to high street brands such as Topshop and Forever21. One of the statement pieces of Fall/Winter 2013 is the hooudstooth jumpers and skirts. The dynamic duo is such a strong choice in an outfit that all that needs is a pair of red shoes or any color shoes really to just complete it by creating a beautiful contrast. Easy to style, elegant and feminine, black and white is rightfully one of the hottest trends of this season. 
   Inspired by this Coco Chanel like trend, i decided to create a more casual and simple ootd. Therefore  I paired a black skater skirt I got from H&M with a lovely white jumper I got from Forever21. The jumper althought it might not be eausy to see has also a lovely aztec-like abstarct print and texture, which gives more dimension to the blouze. The reason I chose for the top to be white, is the fact that a top in a bright color gives glow and light to the face and compliments it more. To finish of the outfit, i chose a pair of faux leather boots with straps from Blanco, because they are my favorite everyday choice when it comes to shoes, plus they make the outfit a bit more masculine, instead of pairing it with some ballerinas which would make it more girly. This outfit is perfect for everyday and if you want to spice it up a bit you can always add some accessories preferably in gold color but not too many, as it is supposed to be simple. What do you guys think of the monochronatic trend? Are you ready to jump on the black and white train? 

Till next time take care dolls ;) xxx

Sunday, October 27, 2013





Tartan in catwalks fall 2013

    Hey everyone! How are you all? I hope you are enjoying a lovely weekend. This is my third instalment in the "Trends of autumn" series. This time we are gonna talk about a trend that has come and go many times in the fashion world. Also is one of my favorites!What do Scottish people, punk music and this fall's trends have in common? You guessed right! Tartan! The lovely checked print in many colors from the usual (yet always loved) red to bink and green, tartan is one of the hottest trends this fall. It can be seen in cute dresses, suits, pants and even coats. Of course let's not forget the tartan shirts which are always associated with the punk musical movement. Red tartan is the first and safest choice. I myself, have indulged with a beloved red tartan shirt which always makes me feel a bit cooler than i actually am. Pairing with a leather jacket and some converse or even biker boots, the tartan print can become really edgy and rock. 
    However this fall, the sweeter and more ladylike side of tartan is exposed. Cute woolen coats, sharp blazers and girlie skirts, give a fresh breath to this traditional trend. And this range of new colors helps the tartan to sneak in our closet easier. Match your skirt to a creme jumper or your blazer with a pair of black pants and you will feel like you are living in some beautiful little town in Scotland. And everyone have to admit Scotalnd is beautiful! Almost all the designer brands have tartan pieces in their autumn collections, like Moschino, Celine and Louis Vuitton. And for the bolder ones listen to this: Tartan on tartan! Yes you heard me right. High fashion brands such as Lanvin and Dolce and Cabbana took the trend a step further by daring what used to be condemned; pairing check with check prints. If they suggest it then it can't be that wrong right? So either if you pick a subtle coat and skirt or even you dare to mix and match two pieces together, you should give this trend which comes from the roots and the traditions of Scotland, a try. Trust me tartan will not let you down ;)

Till next time take care dolls xxx

Monday, October 21, 2013

"Angels on bare skin" facial cleanser by Lush -- Review




Hey hey everyone how are you all? Recently I am a bit under the weather although it is quite warm here in Greece. Therefore I decided to blog not about fashion this time but about a face product that I completely adore. For quite a long time I was looking for a nice cleanser for my face. It was a bit hard as I am very picky when it comes to facial products. My skin is a difficult combination as it is a bit sensitive and dry on my cheeks area, while my T zone is oily. Therefore finding the right product was not an easy task. As i was lost and frustrated, I came across many positive reviews about the facial products of Lush. As many of you might know Lush is a brand which creates products for the body and hair, all from natural ingredients. A plus also is that the specific brand is a cruelty free brand which does not performs tests on animals. I was always fond of Lush and especially its bath bombs and melts but i never had paid any attention really to its facial cleansers. So reading all these positive reviews made me quite intrigued to take the plunge and try one for myself. Going down to a Lush store was such a pleasant experience as the stuff was quite helpful and really pointed me to the right direction as to which one of the cleansers was more appropriate for my skin type. 

"Angels on bare skin"! What a lovely name don't you guys think? Just from the name alone I knew this product can not be bad as angels are not bad at all right? This cleanser practicalle changed my life. From the very first use i felt my skin completely smooth and different. The product ingredients (all natural) include almond milk which has a toning ans soothening effect, kaolin which absorbs grease and cleanses the skin, vegetable glycerine that moisturizes the skin and many essential oils (rosea and chamomile) that help the skin balance. Lastly it has a lovely lavender scent. This product cleanses the skin while it also offers a mild exfoliation and finally leaves the skin moisturized. You only need to use the smallest amount of it and rub it gently over your face like you are exfoliating. Once you are done rinsing water you will immediately feel your skin velvety smooth and more firm and toned. Additionaly i started to notice that by using this product on my face twice a day, any red spots or zits started to vanish fast and thereforee my skin ends up looking flawless. In no way my skin has acne issues, therefore i do not claim that this product will help with acne; what I do claim though is that if your skin is a bit dry and has some redness/red spots here and there, this product is the one for you! Your face will become clear quite fast and it will look moistured and healthy. Don't forget to put your favorite moisturizing cream after use to have even better results! I can't stress enough how much i love this cleanser! I love using it twice a day and just touching my skin afterwards to feel how smooth it is (yes i am that weird :p). What I love most about it is the fact that all ingredients are natural and do not irritate my skin one bit. If you are looking for a new cleanser and your skin type is close to mine you should give this product a try. You don't have to commit to it as you can buy as much quanity as you wish and you only need to use a small amount every day. This product totally enhanced my love and admiration of Lush. If you have tried this product or any of Lush's cleanser comment down below and share your opinion and thoughts about them.  

Until next time take care dolls xxx

Sunday, October 13, 2013



Chapter 2


Hey hey everyone how are you? I hope you are all having a lovely weekend. This new post is going to be about another autumn fashion trend. Jumping out of a Batman comic or from the S&M universe, PVC is the material of this year's fall. Shinny, not very stretchy but very fabulous, PVC is here to steal our hearts. High waisted skirts give a verry sharp and firm tone at the office, while long trench coats give the impression you are a character of the Matrix moviers, living in a digital world. Knee length dresses can transform even the most modest and conservative woman into a sexy seductress. And lets not forget the Catwoman like pants. Be aware MIchelle Pfeiffer! PCV is a material that many might mistake for leather, however it is not;it is plastic! Yes plastic! Plastic that looks like leather. Because of that very fact all the clothes made of it are not what you could call stretchy at all and not extremelly comfy. On the other hand they are very fierce and beautiful, so one must decides if they value comfort over style. I personally love the way PVC looks on a body and have my first PVC clothing already; a Topshop powder pink skirt ( you can see it on my ootd post). Ans the best part is that in this year's fall PVC comes in all colors and shades: from pastel pink and yellow to fierce black and red. So even if someone is a bit afraid to try this unique material because it might look a bit too harsh and very S&M like, they can always choose a cute pastel colour to soften it up. You can see PVC in the fall collections of all major high fashion brands, which is why it became a famm trend. So, my advice will be to be daring and be fierce! If you are not very sure about it, try a staple piece like a black trenchcoat or a dress. However, if you belong to the more daring ones, try a vibrant red coat or dress that will take your sex appeal up high. There is a piece for every taste. The question is: Are you gonna dare to let your inner Catwoman come to surface? What do you guys think about this fall trend? Comment below and share your thoughts.

Till next time lovelies xxx

Sunday, October 6, 2013

A fall trend inspired ootd


Skirt: Topshop
Shirt: Reiss
Shoes: Zara
Purse: Blanco

Hey hey everyone! I hope you are all having a great weekend so far. Inspired by the fall trend of pastels (see my post about fall trends) I decided to create an ootd based on my favorite pastel colour at the moment: the powdery pink! Therefore the basic item of the outfit is the pink pencil skirt. The skirt is highwaisted and the material is pvc (another fall trend!). It is just as amazing as it looks in the picture. I absolutely love this skirt. The knee length is very flattering and although the pvc material is not famous for being stretchy, the specific skirt is quite tight yet has some space to move - even for the curvier girls. I paired this gorgeous skirt with a dark shade of pink (fuchsia) shirt because I like the fact that although there is a contrast between the two shades, pink remains the basic colour. For the shoes and accessories I decided to go with black because it could tone down the outfit and make it more appropriate for autum. A nice black coat could be the final touch for this look. I believe that because the weather is getting colder that doesn't mean you can't have fun with your style and brighten up your wardrobe. Pink is definately a season trend in any shade and as the absolute girly colour it is very flattering. Do you dare to spice up ur fall wardrobe with some pastel pink or not? Comment down below and share your thoughts about the outfit and the specific trend. I hope you all enjoy the rest of the weekend. See you chickas :)


Thursday, October 3, 2013



Jumper: Forever21
Skirt: H&M
Shoes: Migato

Hey hey lovelies! Brrrr what a cold day today in Athens. Temperature dropped so fast it made my head spinning! One moment I was going around in a T-shirt and sandals and the next moment I find myself in a jumper and tights. So my outfit for the day was something casual and cute. I love black as a color because it has many dimensions and it can be cute, sexy and dark all at once. Also black is easy to match and style and you really can't go wrong with black. My skater skirt is from H&M and I purchased it in my recent trip to New York as well as my jumper which is from Forever21. I was logging for a kitty distressed jumper since last winter and couldn't really find one that suit me well, so when I found this one in Forever21 I was more than happy. The print is really cute and girly and I love black&white patterns. The shoes are from a greek brand which is called Migato (I don't know if it exists in other countries too). They are my newest babies and I am in total love with them. They are black patent leather and quite shiny. They have buckles on them and they are flatforms.My first flatforms!! So comfy and cute they look like creepers a bit which is great because I was considering getting a pair of creepers but their flatform height was a bit too much for everyday use for me (I am 5'10'') and the height of these shoes is just perfect! I know that a all-black look may not be everyone's cup of tea however, it is a very wearable outfit and because of the cat print it becomes more cute and less harsh. What do you guys think about the all-black outfits? Comment below and share your thoughts about my ootd and black on black in general. Till next time lovelies!


Tuesday, October 1, 2013





Hey hey everyone. How was your weekend? Mine was quite relaxing yet fun. However, one thing I noticed this weekend is the sudden change in the weather. In many countries all over the world and now in Greece too, autumn started to set in for good. You all know the signs; temperature drops, it's a bit chilly outside (enough to need a cardigan), boots start to replace the sandals etc. And since autumn is making an appearance I did some research to find out the hottest season trends. I was quite surprised to see that one of the major trends of this time of the year is the pastel colors on clothes and shoes. Pastel is a term refering to the candy like shades of colours that are not very vibrant or dark but on the contrary they are very bright. Although many will consider this palette as more approrpiate for spring, many major highstreet and high fashion brands will disagree. Topshop, Moschino, Celine and even Oscar de la Renta incorprorated pink, baby blue and light yellow in their fall 2013 collections. Inspired by the elegants and delicate look of 1920's, this trend is combining colours that are quite girly and brings a new fresh breath in the usually dark and somewhat difficult boarderline autumn wardrobe. But dont be fooled! Althought the colours may seem quite innocent and sweet, imagine pvc pencil skirts and mini dresses, all in powdery shades of pink and blue. Quite feminine and sexy don't you think? Easy to style as long as you are in a playfull mood, pastel is here to stay and to change the way we perceive the fall-winte fashion rules. And dont forget the optimistic effect of these colours; wearing a pink coat on a cold, cloudy day is definately going to lift your mood and cheer you up. However, the candy like colours are not a part of this fall's fashion but also this season's make up palette. Include those lovely colours in your everyday make up for a more romantic subtle look. Eyes or lips it doesn't matter;it will brighten up your face and make it even look younger and less tired. It's the magic of the colours guys i swear! Girly yet femine, powdery colours are a fall must in every fashionista's wardrobe.Or makeup kit. ;) What do you guys think about the new autumn trend? How do you feel about pastel colours in fall wardrobe? Comment below and share your opinion/thoughts! Till next time!


Sunday, September 29, 2013

Vintage is the new modern


Crosley cruiser briefcase portable turntable (turqoise color): Urban Outfitters
Fujifilm instax210 camera: B&H shop NYC

Hey hey lovelies another good day another blog post. Inspired by my purchases from my recent trip to NYC I decided to blog about a new trend that is spreading everywhere lately from instagram to youtube and twitter. Remember your grandfather's old turntable from the 50's and your parents' polaroid where pictures were developed the moment they were taken? Well today those old and obsolete items are experiencing a second glow era. Remade, polished, "cutified" (yeah that's a word i made up but you can catch my drift :) ) and priced up a bit high, these not-so-obselete items returned to our lives. Mostly appealing to the younger ages, they are an alloy of an old era that makes us nostalgic and a new modern world where gadgets thrive. As a 26 year old girl I never got the chance to experience neither of these items and sadly enough none of my ancestors ever used them. Therefore influenced by the trend around me I jumped on that wagon and got myself two of those old yet new products. First it was the Fujifilm Instax210 camera. My excitement as soon as I saw the pictures develop in front of my eyes is something I cant even describe. There is something thrilling in those few moments you wait for your picture to develop and admire your very own creation. Saying that I do not absolutely love this camera it is a lie. It is adorable and completely functional. The second item I purchased is the beautiful Crosley turntable. Compact style, briefcase look and a lovely turqoise color (one of the many as it comes even in pink!), that turntable balances gracefully between a toy and an actual equipment. It is quite functional with its built in speakers, yet even when it is not used it adds a touch of nostalgia in your room.  Vintage items as the above are very popular among the young people these days and by looking at them and even using them i can understand why. In a time where more evolved gadgets are being created every day, it is good to remember those that preceeded and how much fun it is to use something that is less sophisticated and fast.

What do you guys think about the return of the retro items like the above? Comment down below and share your opinion :))


Saturday, September 28, 2013

Leggings; hot or not?

Leggings; Hot or not?

Shoes: Blanco
Leggings: Blackmilkclothing/NY skyline

Hello lovely peeps. Another warm day in Athens another blackmilk outfit for me. If it's not evident until now i am a bit obsessed with Blackmilkclothing and everything nylon. I know there are two different sides when it comes to leggings: the ones that hate them and the ones that love them. Well i obviously love them! Many claim leggings are not flattering and should not replace pants in an outfit. They say that they show the shape of a woman's body precisely and sometimes you can even notice the underwear if the material is not thivk enough. Although i agree to that point to an extent i believe it depends on the fabric itself and the quality of the product. There are leggings that are not flattering for certain bodytypes if the material is see-through and sheer however, this is not the case with Blackmilk. All the products (or the majority of them) are made from fabrics such as nylon and spandex (swimsuits are made of this :O) and therefore they can maintain their strechness while they are not revealing one bit! Wearing them sometimes feels like wearing a work of art (like the Monet Lilies leggings) or as if you are a member of the Slitherin Quidditch team (like the Slitherin leggings from the Harry Potter collection). They are comfortable, stylish and yet modest enough so you can keep your underwear to yourself. As far as the arguement about curvy girls who are not supposed to wear leggings all i have to say is that fashion is not for a specific size and bodytype but it is for everyone; tall, short, curvy, slim. All that matters is how this garment makes you feel and how well you can make it work. So in all my opinion is that the legging are one of the most ambivalent clothesthat became popular and a trend in the last couple years, and although it has its haters and lovers noone can deny that depending on the company and the quality it IS a very comfortable, fashionable and on occasions sexy-YES SEXY- alternative to pants and jeans. Before being judgemental and quickly point the finger and laugh at the person next to us because of their choice of clothes we should think of what we wear and the reason we wear it. So i guess to each its own don't you think?

Friday, September 27, 2013

Swimsuit: Blackmilkclothing
Skirt: Topshop
Shoes: Topshop

Hey hey today is a lovely day here in Athens although it's already autumn there is some summer left. Therefore today's outfit was summery inspired. I chose pastel colours because they are the upcoming autumn trend and they remind me of candy! Everyone who knows me are aware of my candy addiction and sometimes it just happens to transfer in my wardrobe as well. As a curvy person i prefer to wear bodycon like clothes since i believe they are flattering by emphasizing on the curvy/hourglass figure plus they are just so feminine and sexy! Matching a nude/pink skirt with baby blue coloured swim that has a print of what else....ANIMAL CUPCAKES!! Just whehn you thought this outfit couldn't get any cutter right? This particular swim is one of my favorite from my BM (Blackmilkclothing) collection and it gives a cheerful and childish (in a good way) tone to the outfit. The shoes are regular brogues in a nude colour which in my opinion is a great investment as they match pretty much anything and you can dress them up or down. Although pastel colours are an autumn trend they can absolutely be worn in a nice sunny summery weather as they are light colours and therefore perfect for this time of the year where you find yourself between two seasons and you just don't know what to wear :/ (You ladies know what i'm talking about "I have nothing to wear!!!!!").

Let me know what you think about the outfit and the pastl colours trend of the autumn :)

Vicky xx

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Hello World

Highline (Chelsea) - New York City

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder"

One of the truest things ever said; beauty is subjective. It depends on a person's perception of what is appealing or not to them and it can be found anywhere if you just take a closer look. While to some this graffiti may strike as something ugly and loud that trashes a perfectly fine wall, to others - including myself- this is a beautiful form of art that puts a smile on my face. It's a splash of colour in the otherwise dull painted neighborhood. The Crazy and Fashionable blog is based upon this motto and is exactly what its name suggests: CRAZY AND FASHIONABLE. Subjects like fashion, beauty, interior decoration and much more will be discussed here without any prejudice and narrow mindness. I am just a girl who wants to share my passion for fashion and style with people and hopefully inspire them the same way I was inspired by others. So everyone sit tight and keep your eyes peeled for more posts to come.