• 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…

  • 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,  Fashion News

    Paul Poiret

    Welcome to the newest series on my blog: The Fashion Stories! 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! Paul Poiret is one of the first known people who create clothes, because until the 1900s names of authors of fashion aren’t so widely spread. Poiret made drastic but still important changes in women’s wardrobe thanks to which he becomes famous. Initially Poiret works for different designers as an assistant but eventually…

  • 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…

  • Looks

    A Story about a Pink Princess…

    To be a princess for a day and to feel so special and loved is amazing… Not everything was like in a fairytale but this is what makes it even more special – with all its flaws and imperfections. I had my absolute dream prom with the people I love and with the dress I’ve always wanted. Today I’m sharing just a tiny bit of what it was like to be graduating and attending such a special event. I am so grateful for all these wonderful emotions I’ve recieved. Hopefully you like what you are about to see – I did my best to picture it with words and photographs:…

  • Looks,  Trends

    May Roses in Nessebar

    Going back to one of my most favourite places on earth felt so good. I’m talking about the old town of Nessebar – a beautiful place with ancient history which gets prettier each year. Since it’s may all the roses have blossomed in gorgeous colours and I could not resist to take pictures. One day I know I will have a house with my own garden and a big range of flowers which I will take care of. Because plants are what make a home so welcoming and in harmony with nature. Да се върна в едно от най-любимите ми места на земята беше прекрасно. Говоря за Стария Несебър –…

  • Fashion,  Looks

    Colourful Nessebar

    As I’m writing this article it’s raining in torrents outside, getting colder each day and my last year at school is approaching incredibly fast (acutally it’s 3 days away)! However, I’m still throwback thinking about my summer vacation and one of my favourite places as some of you already know – Nessebar. What I’ve prepared for you today are photographs I took of things and places I liked and found inspirational. I simply love strolling around in this town, exploring new shops, buying interesting souvenirs and so on. Their crafty stores are perhaps the ones I love visiting the most – they are so colourful, creative and pretty! Such an…

  • Fashion,  Looks

    White and Blue in Nessebar

    One of my most favourite places in Bulgaria is the Old town of Nessebar. I’ve visited it a lot of times since a little child with my parents, grandparents, schoolmates, and will keep doing so whenever I have the opportunity. It’s in the air – creativity, colours and beauty. I love everything about it – the sea, the Mediterranean style restaurants, the small crafts shops, the flowers, the paving stones on the ground, the old-style houses. Gorgeous and full of inspiration… I will have one more post about it with photos of the place and one last summer holiday outfit very soon, so stay tuned.

  • Looks,  Trends

    A Sweet Escape

    To be honest with you I wondered quite a lot how I would name this post because it feels pretty special to me. It was shot in a villiage, in the Rhodope mountains away from the heat, noise and dirt of the city. I needed this break so much because staying in Plovdiv the whole summer without travelling anywhere is not my cup of tea. I feel like I am programmed to be inspired and that’s why I need changes – and this was the one. Pretty simple, just like the title of the post. I didn’t entitle it “In the woods” or “Etno motives in the wind” because it…