Friday, 31 October 2014

Classic Denim

Zara blazer//Zara top//Zara skirt//Zara booties//Charles&Keith bag

Good evening my dear friends! Don't you think that a denim item can have a "double-duty" and be styled to achieve a feminine and classic look as well? Yesterday, I wore my old denim Zara skirt with a white blazer, spiky suede booties and a classic camel bag for a coffee break. 

How about you? Do you like making denim look more classic ladies?

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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Blooming Beige

Benetton sweater//Zara skirt//c/o Mokka Accesories necklace//MK watch//c/o Tanus Design bracelet//Yargici bracelets set//Bijou Brigitte head band//Zara booties//c/o Maurizio Taiuti tote

I hope that everyone had  a lovely Monday!

Let's "break" The Travel Diary posts again and post some regulary ones before starting "The Greek Experience."As you can see, the floral print addes a feminine touch to the nuances of beige. A bold, coloreful statement is a "smart" accessory that you can opt for to have a stylish feminine allure.

Have a fabulous week  and thank you for reading Fashion Earthy Rainbows!

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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Travel Diary: Notre Dame de Paris

c/o Meltin'Pot  bleached denim jacket
Random floral dress
Guess watch
 Ray ban mirrored aviators

Good evening my dear readers! I hope that you're all having a nice week. Today's post is the last one from my Travel Diary posts series. It comes from Notre Dames De Paris. How can anyone go to Paris without visting this eternal historic cathedral?! 
Thank you for visiting my blog and have a fabulous evening!

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Saturday, 18 October 2014

Travel Diary: Au louvre

La Coste Polo
Armel sandals
Mango tote

As I told you in my last post I had to come back for a detailed and fruitful visit inside one of the world's most interesting museums. To be honest with you,  the Monalisa was the main reason of my visit. I was so exited to see that mysterious master piece that is still making a dilemma. 

We spent most of the time at the Italian  pavilion because I'm so interested in The Renaissance and the great achievments in art and history during this era.

P.S: Some pictures were taken by my camera while others were shot by my S4. Unfortunately, the flash is not allowed inside and some places are dark, which explains the difference in light among some pictures.

Have  a fantastic weekend ahead!

Thank you for reading Fashion Earthy Rainbows and keep smiling :-)