7 Jan 2011

Dress this way

So many matters  I have in mind which would like to talk about... I need a little order in my thoughts...
First, I want to do a special thank to everyone of you who visit the blog, read, comment, if this blog exists it's thanks to you...!(To be honest there were times I thought not to blog anymore...:))
When I started blogging I had no idea of what huge web community could exist, sincerely I do not know exactly why I started but have to say I have found a lot of interesting people who I love reading, of supportive one each other girls, genuine people who write to share, not only as an outlet; it's funny discovering how many things you can have in common with people on the other side of the earth and am not talking about fashion but readings, passions, interests. Am always surprised to look in a blog the same things am interested to!
Second, I would like to thank a blogger, Sascha from Sascha's daily drama (she is one of the genuine  bloggers who has an impressive biography of roots and countries) who I received the sunshine blog award from! Thank you very much Sascha!

And finally after these holidays in which everybody dressed up I really need a long period of minimalism and detox from clothes, designers...I have had a sort of bulimia from the pictures of other bloggers' outfits with fashionable designers clothes and accessories and from the shop windows (it's not so positive as this is period of sales, the idea of elbowing or getting into a line make me shivered ),  so I prefer having as much as possible simple clothes and a natural look. I feel this way and I dress this way. Chignon preferably +natural make up+black turtleneck+black simple lines trousers. The only concession, my leopard flats. That's all. Have a nice we.


9 comments:

  1. I must agree there are days when I want to dress in a way nobody would notice me, although it happens rarely :) Love your blog!
    xoxo
    http://fashionagony.blogspot.com/

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  2. Minimalism is chic! Especially a look like Miss Hepburn's. I like that you're adding a little something with the leopard flats. :)

    xx.
    Judy

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  3. I love the idea of detoxing your style it's a nice way of thinking. Then finishing it off with a shot of leopard print. The sales are quite often over rated so you're not missing out. A big thank you to you as well for coming through and commenting.

    Blog:www.arashmazinani.com
    Twitter:@arashmazinani

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  4. Can't go wrong with a timeless, classic look. This is exactly why Audrey is my icon. You're very welcome for the award! I very much enjoy your blog.

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  5. I awarded a prize to you!
    withdraw it!

    Chazelie

    http://shoecentrics.blogspot.com/

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  6. lovely blog!

    Would you like to follow each other?


    Lots of love, Lisette
    sweetlisette.blogpot.com

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  7. great ^^
    I follow you now =) U follow me back then haha

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  8. This is a great post AND exactly how I'm feeling at the moment, I've stayed away from the shops and have mainly done my sales hunting online :) so no pushing and shoving!
    Today I've been pretty minimalist - black turtle necked dress with cap sleeves, black thick tights and my trusty purple boots, with a few gold accessories.

    I'm now following you, would be great if you could check out my little blog and follow back
    Bex :)

    http://sucker-for-fashion.blogspot.com/

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