Last weekend was quite intense! Since I’m back in Lithuania for the moment, it’s a pleasure to participate in all kind of fashion events here. Mados Infekcija is definitely the biggest and most important of them all. The primary plan was to prepare an article ranking my favorite collections and outfits from MI. However, the organization of the event is probably the weakest element of all. I sent an email request for the press package with photos yesterday and got an instant reply that the photos are not ready yet. Oh well. Let’s hope they will be ready before the next event. I’m not even talking about the fact that I had to ask for the pictures. Or about seating problems or massive delays. As sad as it would be, it was like that as far as I remember, chances are, it was like that for the whole period of twenty years. So is it even logical to expect some improvements in the future? I strongly doubt it.
On the other hand, maybe it’s for the best. I am no expert after all. So, instead of pile of rambling thoughts and another attempt to position myself as a very well informed fashionista, enjoy this laconic collection of snaps I made during the weekend. All in all, it was a lot of fun. And a lot of red.
1/ Makeup for the first day of MI, I like to call it my signature lip // 2/ MI Skulls everywhere // 3/ With my partner in crime @neretos, shot by @redamphotography
4/6/ Indulging in pink-red light all around // 5/ The catwalk where the magic happened
Layers of clothing and layers of thoughts. For me it’s quite easy just to sit down and write. It can last for hours and it’s always been like that. However, when it comes to describing my outfits, I get an instant block in my head. Is it just me, or is that completely normal? I mean, I could give you tips, I’m pretty good at giving advices, yet talking about what I’m currently wearing seems a bit vain. A small paragraph – yes, that feels right, but a whole article… That sounds like a waste of time. There are a bunch of pictures for you to see what I am wearing, right?
While in most of the events I go, someone offers you a glass of prosecco as soon as you open the door, this time it was completely different. It started at 11AM and that’s a big difference already. (more…)
Hello there! I am back again. I should probably say Happy New Year since I have not written a blog post for hundred years. The year is pretty happy so far. And since it is such a sunny day and I am back in Milan for a bit, I decided to post this unpublished look taken, well, I will not even tell you when. However, everything that you see in these pictures is still in my wardrobe and have become everyday staples.
This post is also a tiny update to prepare you for more to come! I have been planning some quite exciting stuff recently, I hope you will enjoy it. As I am going to!
boots – Zara, trousers – Joseph Janard, raincoat – Escada, bag – Zara, top – Topshop, sunglasses – Chloe, earrings – Indian market
Well now this is officially the last post of me wearing such a light outfit. My flight to the UK is tomorrow already and friends threatened me to take as many sweaters as I can. We’ll see how bad it is.
While this look will be a lovely memory of sunny days in Milano. You might be hearing a sad note and it is sad a little bit, yet I will be back pretty soon!
bag – Lindex, boots – Zara, knitted dress – Lindex , watch – Daniel Wellington
Ohh those last warm sunny autumnal Italian days. I don’t think they are the last ones here in Italy, yet I am going away on Tuesday next week and most likely I will not be back in Milan before Christmas, so that’s it for me. Basta. First stop will be the UK, the next one is going to be Lithuania, as all of you know, none of these countries is famous for a sun overload. However, I will finally get to wear coats and winter jackets! And this dress too, without a doubt. I am planning to wear it for the next few months.
A knitted dress is pretty much all I need on colder days. Together with thick tights, it’s comfier than any tracksuit and it always looks effortlessly great. Which is exactly the goal for everyday outfits, right? Frankly, I think it is very possible that I wear dresses in winter more often than in summer. Give it a try, it will make a perfect sense for you too.