• Looks

    The Red Church

    I recently visited the Red Church near Perushtitsa in Bulgaria with my friends. All I initially knew was that we were going to visit a church, but it actually turned out that the church is a late roman one and is now in ruins. Thankfully, people have found a way to preserve it for longer by excavating it in 1915, and its last renovation was in 2013. The floor of the church used to be covered with mosaics and the interior was decorated with frescoes. I have taken a few photographs of this magnificent place, so take a look: Преди няколко дни посетих Червената църква в Перущица с мои приятели.…

  • Do It Yourself,  Fashion

    Chokers: The Ultimate Guide – Part 3: Style

    Welcome back! Here is the final part of the Ultimate Choker Guide! We have prepared ideas for you on how to style these chokers I made in the previous post. The hair, makeup and outfits are all my friend Teddy’s idea! I hope you like them! The pearl choker and the lace daisy one are girly and delicate, so they require something minimalistic as well. We went for a bohemian white dress with a French side braid and make-up with pinkier tones. I wore this choker on the Sofia Jazz Festival. You can check it out here. To spice up the white – we added some gold jewelry. Also, the sheer…

  • Do It Yourself

    Chokers: The Ultimate Guide – Part 2: DIY

    It’s been a while since I last posted a DIY on the blog. So happy I’m back with this very easy and creative one that any of you can make. As you know from the previous post, chokers have been worn since the French revolution and will send you to the next step of being chic. They elongate your neck and give off ‘fashion expert’ vibes. Be careful, however, in how tight they are on your neck. Not only is it dangerous, but also it doesn’t look flattering. So without further ado, take a look at the easy steps I’ve shared.      What you’ll need: ribbon or any sort…

  • Fashion

    Chokers: The Ultimate Guide – Part 1: History

    In this and in the following 2 posts you will learn almost everything you need to know about chokers: history, how to make your own at home and how to style them with any outfit. Choker necklaces have been around for a few centuries. They have a broad history and have been worn by all sorts of people – queens, ballerinas and even prostitutes. But today chokers can be seen in numerous styles for different occasions. They have only preserved their main concept: a necklace which fits closely around the neck like a high collar. During the French Revolution women would wear a red ribbon around their necks to symbolize…

  • Lifestyle

    The World Deserves to be a Better Place

    I have no idea in what direction we are all heading right now. I don’t know why things aren’t improving, although everybody seems to be working hard to achieve their goals and develop. Everybody is asking themselves a big question: why are we improving and destroying our lives at the same time? Please read this short article, it is really important. You’ve all heard the quote “We live in a big world”. But have you ever actually thought what this really means? Have you ever linked this statement to your own life? I’m afraid many of you haven’t. Because it takes a lot to realize on how many levels, aspects…

  • Fashion

    The Fashion Cherie: Paul Poiret

    Welcome to the newest series on my blog: The Fashion Cherie! Here I’m going to provide you with interesting and broader information about various designers, styles, subcultures, style icons, etc. My goal is to broaden your fashion knowledge. I’m starting with a not so well-known designer for some of you, but trust me – he is a legend! Добре дошли в най-новата поредица в блога: The Fashion Cherie! Тук ще ви предоставям интересна и по-разширена от преди информация за най-различни дизайнери, стилове, субкултури, модни икони и пр. Целта ми е да разширя знанията ви за мода. Затова започвам с един не толкова известен на всички ви дизайнер, но повярвайте ми…

  • Looks

    Sofia Jazz Festival

    A few days ago I attended the A to JazZ Festival in Sofia. It was such a lovely experience – there was so much space for everybody, the music was amazing and the weather was perfect. There were all sorts of people there – from kids running around to old people who have come just to listen to the good music. What I enjoyed most was that everyone was having fun in their own way without disturbing others. From the photos you can probably see how beautiful it was in the South park of Sofia. Will definitely be sharing more shots from my future visits there! Преди няколко дни посетих…