Yves Salomon parka by @streetstylevgenio
- Monday, 21 November 2016 08:00
I love denim! It’s my #musthave! I love to wear jeans, denim skirts, jackets, shorts, shirts etc.. But denim parka is something new for me! Yves Salomon created something really attractive! Even not fashion addicted were making compliments to my look!
This denim piece is really comfortable and will match good with any jeans or leather trousers and some cool sweater! Love it!
Yves Salomon – parka
H&M – jeans
Les Petits Joueurs – bag
Elena Burenina – sweater
Geox – shoes
Balenciaga shell jacket
- Monday, 21 November 2016 08:00
The fashion-world’s newest rock star Demna Gvasalia gave shell jackets another life. A key piece for his Fall ’16 collection for Balenciaga is the quilted jacket in uncompromising red. In addition to the boldness of design solution, we admire its versatility. It can be worn as on the catwalk – drooping shoulders, repeating Balenciaga’s iconic silhouette. But you can choose a more comfortable way with warming function, using a detachable hood and scarf. Well, if you have always been waiting for the moment, when a cozy shell jacket will be a really fashionable trend, but you’re too shy to tell this – that time is now! 🙂
Sandy Liang biker jacket
- Friday, 18 November 2016 11:12
Futuristic metallic, which is one of the main trends of this season has not escaped even the biker jacket. New York-based brand Sandy Liang proposes to putt off the classic version of such a cult piece in black leather for the spring and to welcome the New Year in its bright interpretation. Its golden leather exterior, sparkling as jewelry, is responsible for the terrific design. While shearling interior and the same collar, sleeve lining and bottom of the jacket ensure a warm. The classic biker jacket elements, like a belt and massive zippers, one of which is located on a black plate, give it signature daring chic. So it is stylish, extraordinary and irreplaceable for those who are tired of stuffy coats and glamorous fur coats!
Hair – I care!
- Thursday, 17 November 2016 03:56
Hair! My hair is thin, fluffy, untamable, isn’t curly, but isn’t really straight either. My hair hates being styled and would probably run away from me(if it could), especially each time I bring my straightening iron close to it! Ugh, I’m sure some of you guys have the same feeling 😉
I don’t usually go to the stylist, only for hair toning purposes and that one time I had a Brazilian hair straightening, which was actually awesome, and held my hair straight for like eight months without giving it any sort of permanent damage. Basically I’m not the type of gal you’re gonna see at the salon often! I live in Italy, and the hair types of local ladies differentiates from my fluffy tail, making it impossible to find someone who knows what to do with it! 🙂 It’s been incredibly important for me to pick out the correct hair care products, which would allow me to wash my hair once per two or three day cycles; these in turn decrease the wear on my hair highlights and somehow are able to hold my hair together!
This is going to be my first post about hair, and I’m going to tell you about the best and most needed kit, as well as how to properly use it!
All the products listed below and in the photo have been tested personally by me for years, and I vouch for their effectiveness!
- Shampoos from Joico (the moisturizing Moisture Recovery and for colored hair the Color Therapy), conditioners (also Moisture Recovery), oil and mask for damaged hair from K-PAL, also a Joico product.
- Shu Uemura oil.
- Lee Stafford spray for reducing drying time.
Let’s take a look at the process itself:
- Thoroughly wash your hair with either the moisturizing or the color protecting shampoo( once or twice), rinse it with water and then dry it off with a towel!
- Take a little bit of that Joico mask, add a couple drops of the Joico oil, apply it to your hair using a hairbrush, let it stay for about 20 minutes!
- Gently wash the mask off with water and absorb the water of your hair with a towel afterward! Now you’re going to use the Joico moisturizing conditioner, again with your hairbrush, and after that let your hair sit for a couple of minutes.
- Wash off the conditioner, absorb the liquid in your hair with a towel once again and after that apply either the Joico or Shu Uemura oil to the tips of your hair! Don’t worry by the way, both products are fairly light, so your tips aren’t going to look like icicles any time soon 🙂
- The rest depends on if you use a hair dryer or not. If yes, then make sure to use a spray that’s going to protect your wet hair from hot air and after that apply the Lee Stafford product, it makes the drying process take up much less time!
I use the mask every three washes to make sure my hair doesn’t get overloaded! And just to reiterate what I’ve said before, remember the rules: don’t wash your hair with extremely hot water, don’t rub the towel on your hair(just let it sit on the hair, absorbing the water) and don’t forget to always utilize the hairbrush, the product always has to spread evenly around your precious hair!
Illustrated – by Nasty Gry
Balmain ankle boots
- Thursday, 17 November 2016 03:33
Sometimes every girl needs to be a little tomboy – to rebel against the rules, take a break from commitments, take on the whole world. And in those days, she needs time-tested biker jacket and bold boots. With the last ones Balmain can help. The brand’s collection has a suitable pair of comfortable low-heeled ankle boots, made from black quilted leather. But they sound rock because of metallic hardware: a metallic-trimmed toe, buckled strap and a massive gold spur-inspired chain. One look at these shoes lets you know a lot about the strength of character of their owner – it’s difficult to stand in her way!