Monochrome Friday

Off-duty Chic, On-duty Chic
Monochrome Friday

Have you ever wondered what makes a woman chic? There are many things like i.e. the way she moves, talks, her gestures and language, tone of the voice and so on. Among all of them there is also her outfit. I believe that the more toned colour attire is, the more elegant result is. Personally I like monochrome compositions and simple – but not banal – cuts. And trust me, black is not the only color you can wear from head to toe. In fact I rarely wear black due to my condition and never-ending-peeling. There is no harm though because I replaced it with camel and beige. Have a look at this effortless perfect-for-Friday look. Isn’t it classy? 

Have a relaxing weekend!

Versatility of Shawls, Scarves, Gavroches

Versatility of Shawls, Scarves, Gavroches

Hands up who likes the shawls! I will not lie; I have a commode full of shawls, little gavroche, and scarfs. When it’s chilly I wear them to warm myself up. In the warmer days, I use them to accessorize my look. For example I like attaching the gavroches to my handbag. It is so chic and such as easy way to revamp the bag.  Wait! It gets even better! The bigger the scarf is, the countless possibilities of wearing them you have. And if you do not know the secrets of perfect knot yet, there is no need to cry. YouTube is full of short step-by-step guidelines that will make you an expert in a short time. However if you need something more mobile and accessible, I recommend an app Hermes Silk Knot by Hermès. There you will find not only the ideas how to tie your scarf in an elegant and unconventional way, but you can also discover the newest collection of Hermès scarves. Additionally the app is beautifully designed so it is pure feast for the soul. Not to mention that you are not obliged to have the Hermès scarf in order to use the app. I have plenty of no-brand scarves that I wear like a branded-ones.

So no more excuses! Pick a scarf, learn the secrets of elegant knots, and let yourself to be the chicest person in the city. 

Warning: scarves are highly addictive!