Tuesday, July 21, 2015


Hello everyone. How is your week so far? 

We have selected the best summer looks from our colleague bloggers and we made this editorial to inspire your everyday outfits. We know that the weather outside is extremely hot, but that is not reason enough to give it your best try and look like you just finished an editorial for Vogue. Ok, ok I know; I am exaggerating, but you can still imagine it, right?!

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015


Hello everyone! How is your week doing so far?

I don’t know if it is this transitional season or it is my style that is changing, but I have never, ever in my life, bought same prints for different clothes. But since I’m a color kind of person, I really liked the green color combined with the flower prints on these pants, which have the same print like my dress (the one that I was wearing on the previous post). 
Well, they say: there is first time for everything. So it is first time for me to do this, and to be honest, it wasn’t a bad thing after all. Maybe I will practice this in the future with prints and colors that I like. 
What do you think? Is this a good thing to do, or we should avoid buying same print clothes? I really appreciate your opinion, so tell me what you think.  

Welcome to my cutesy collaborator Ivana, I couldn't resist her amazing casual style, so her pictures were "must publish" on the blog.   

Today I'm Wearing:

Lola&Liza pants (here)
Basler Sevilla shirt (now on sale)
Biba shoes purchased from (Babette shoes)
Mango sunglasses (here)
Esprit watch purchased from (B-watch) 

Hair done till perfection: Bube Studio In
Stylist: Ivana Trajcev

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Monday, July 13, 2015


Experimenting with my style through out the years, I realized one thing: there is no bad way to wear flower prints and bold colors. Besides that, who can resist to wear a good dress decorated with flowers during the hot summer days?! 

Although you might think that flowers are reserved for children’s clothes, flowing dresses with floral prints will be hard to resist this season. The main secret when it comes to dressing up with this kind of clothes is in the simplicity and the basic fashion rule “less is more”. 

Don’t forget that one piece of jewelry, bag or any different kind of accessories, doesn’t have to be the same color or shape like the one on the dress, because contrast is always good for attracting attention. And last, but not the least, the best fashion weapon- put a smile upon your face and you have the winning combination.

Today I'm Wearing:

Lola&Liza dress (similar here)
Mona bag (old)
Biba shoes (similar here)
Esprit Chronograph Mathias watch purchased from (B-watch)
Mango sunglasses

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Friday, July 10, 2015


Happy Friday Everyone! I hope that you all had a great week. 

Not so long ago we have announced our new collaboration with Prazno Mesto Photography. I hope you all remember our last photo-shoot for Irina Tosheva's project, and we hope that you liked it. Unlike that project, this one we made totally spontaneous, taking pictures and walking around the city center and the old bazaar.  

As the saying goes "A picture is worth a thousand words.", we are going to let the pictures talk for themselves.

Today I'm Wearing:

Diana Gallesi tunic (different color here) 
Expresso pants Fall 2015 collection (similar here, on sale)
Biba shoes purchased from Babette 
Esprit watch from (B-watch)
Ray-ban aviator sunglasses (old)

Hair done to perfection by Bube Studio In
Pictures taken by: Prazno mesto photography 

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Saturday, July 4, 2015


Fashion has always been a great medium when it comes to raising awareness for greater socially responsible actions. And we have to admit that, maybe it is the best way to get to the people and make them to open their minds to help solving a part of some socially responsible problem. When it comes to this, our blog has supported many CSR actions throughout these two years.  

The action “Strong bags for strong social change” was no exception. The action was organized by the magazine “Face to face” in collaboration with our favorite Macedonian fashion designer Irina Tosheva and the company “Knauf”. The goal was to make urban fashion bags derived from recycled bags of gypsum granted from the company Knauf. Afterward few Macedonian conceptual artists made new energy to the designed bags with their personal graphics. There were 20 unique designs from 10 artists such as: Flim, In Dog, Em Ellephantski, Ruki Cuki, Omajgad, The Micho and few others.The recycled bags were made to raise social awareness for marginalized groups in our country. 

The best thing about this action is that group of youths from the daily center “Shuto Orizari” also were engaged in the project, so they had a chance to work as a fashion designers and gained knowledge and techniques in the field of tailoring, sewing and design. This is a great way to include this kind of marginalized groups in a project for developing their talents in practical purposes, and simultaneously give new life to the old plaster bags with their transformation in urban fashion pieces. Everything was sold out in less than 30 minutes. 

A changed approach to the way we understand the marginalized groups can lead to many change in our society. We can either choose to simply nudge it along here and there, or, by understand the pervasive impact of social context on this marginalized groups, we can choose to be catalyst of tomorrow’s promises.  
But as we once said we have to act today, not tomorrow, not next month but today and change our mind sets. Only together we can change the organizational structures on our government, social sectors and NGO’s. 

And as you might guess, Urban Vibe was one among the 20 luckiest visitors to have one unique piece in her wardrobe. The design of this state of art piece is from Em Ellephantski. I can’t wait to make few combinations with the bag and show you the result.   
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