May 15, 2014

Style Challenge: skirts – part 2

Continuing with my style challenge I have two more outfits for you. If you missed the first part of this post and have no idea what I’m talking about, read it here.

On the second night I opted for a high-waisted tulip skirt and a black blazer. Also, I’m still wondering why I didn’t wear tights, since it was quite chilly at night. (Side-note: I did wear a different skirt on our first night there, but unfortunately didn’t manage to take a picture of the outfit).


imageZara boots and necklace, vintage Céline bag, vintage boyfriend blazer, Zadig et Voltaire cami top, Oasap skirt

The last day was a bit warmer so I wore my favourite velvet kimono with a full skirt.

imageEggs skirt (from their winter collection), Prada ballerina flats (similar), Urban Outfitters top, Primark bow belt, silk velvet kimono from Zana (store in Hampstead) and RayBan sunglasses



This beautiful bag, is a traditional woven hand-made design called ‘tagari’. Made by the talented Greek designer Katerina Psoma, who unfortunately no longer makes bags but still makes amazing jewellery.

Also, I absolutely love this vintage ring from Portobello Market, found on 118 Portobello Road, the jewellery they sell there are absolutely amazing, and they come from Afghanistan, India and other places from all over the world.

Before we made our way back to London we paid a visit to the Foodies Festival (which will also be coming to London on the 24th of May) and had a delicious Spanish paella, drank cocktails and wine from New Zealand and enjoyed the music and the positive vibes.

imageBar in a bus


imageNitrogen cocktails

imageimageMe on the beach under the sun = very happy

The verdict from my style challenge is that I really enjoy wearing skirts and quite surprisingly wore all 5 skirts (maybe I know how to pack after all?). For me though, it’s easier to wear skirts when the weather is warmer, as I  don’t cope very well with my legs and feet being cold. My skirts really enjoyed the attention that weekend though.


Photo credit: personal

xo Fani

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