Style has always been a medium for self-expression, a way to use fashion in the form of creativity. It's a way to subtly signal what is in your mind and how you feel in a certain moment. If we look at the world with a love of life, the world will reveal its beauty to us. I hope my blog reaches people who share my love for all things fashionable and who dare to reveal its beauty just like me!
Few days ago, I came across this photos that I made in Nikiti, Greece, on my birthday, and I realize that I didn’t share all of them with you. These photos are result of collaboration with my favorite Macedonian fashion designer Rosica Mrsik, for her latest collection inspired by Edgar Allan Po’s poem, The Raven.
And while I’m looking forward to Rosica’s new collection, called Iris, I decided to share these photos with you, as a quick reminder how gorgeous are all her garments.
All the pieces are now on sale, and you can purchase them on Rosica’s online web shop rosica-mrsik.
In this post I'm wearing Rosica Mrsik outfits (all the pieces are now on sale):
I believe in the ultimate power of accessories. That is probably why, most of the time, accessories are the inspiration behind my outfits. Many people add accessories to complete one look, but I rather like to reverse the process and start by choosing an accessory, and after that, build an outfit around it.
Why in my opinion accessories are so important? First of all, because accessories are often point of focus in one look, and they are finishing touch that elevates an outfit to a different level. And finally, accessories can easily make or break a look. You can have a perfect piece of clothing but if you pair it with wrong accessories, the look is not going to have the same appeal. But with the right kind of accessory, one look can be transform from simple to super stylish ensemble.
Comfort is a huge consideration during the Fashion Weekend Skopje, meaning that roomy dresses are the base around which I am building an outfit. In my mind, I’m having pieces that make me feel joyful and remarkable. Often that means fun accessories, striking dresses, nice shoes and a big smile that gives the whole look the finishing touches.
This year, on Fashion Week I had the opportunity to wear two pieces straight out of runway. The first one was this remarkable Alshar dress from the Africa collection and the second was the custom made Alshar skirt, modification of the skirt from the same Africa collection.
When you don't know what to do with a dress that don't look good at you the way it is designed, you can always turn it backward. The result is a wonderful new and fresh piece in your wardrobe. Wouldn't you agree?