Philips ClearTouch

Posted onNovember 29, 2015

I often get questions about the way I organise my closet, my room, some details about my personal lifestyle and secrets to always look good and fresh. So today I decided to reveal one of my 'secrets' that makes getting ready so much easier. I heard about Steamers a long time ago, but I didn't pay much attention to it since I lived with my parents and mostly my mum dealt with my clothes. Later, on some fashion show in Croatia I noticed that designers use steamers to make their designs look spotless before models exit on the catwalk.  It's a really quick way to make clothes look perfect in a different ways. I got my first steamer from Philips recently, it's called Philips ClearTouch. I use it to iron my clothes mostly. It's a quick way to get anything ironed. I mean anything. From formal dresses and shirts to tuxedos and etc. I used to have so much trouble to iron a simple shirt, and now it's a two minute job. Steamer has been so helpful to me. Another great thing is that it can be used to ventilate and refresh clothes that has been sitting in a closet for a while. Plus if you've been out and your dress smells like smoke you can get rid of it with a steamer. You can check out the technical details in this video here.

Green Furla

Posted onNovember 27, 2015

This little Furla bag is very popular this year, and I've finally got my hands on one. I chose a green model because it looks very unusual and classy at the same time. It can be worn everyday and in different occasions and still leave everyone breathless. I got mine in Karla Stores in Zagreb, where they have a big selection of Furla. :)

Ponte Vecchio

Posted onNovember 25, 2015

When in Florence, Ponte Vecchio is a must see. I am so in love with Italian art and history that I could move here and just go around and learn new things about every city. That is the dream for me. The Italy trip, just like I did the EuroTrip. I am wearing an amazing fringe leather jacket from Motel Rocks on a simple white dress. I have an olive green hat and a classic Louis Vuitton bag. Click below to check out more of these amazing photos :)

So Italian

Posted onNovember 23, 2015

So Italian and so D&G was my first reaction when I saw these shorts in Mango. Amazing, perfect for my trip to Florence. Inspired by D&G I created this look. I found the shirt with lace (that is a huge trend this year) and tucked it in. The hat was an obligatory just like the red lipstick. I didn't forget about my vintage Gucci bag, just standing there begging me to take her too. And of course killer black stiletto heels. Florence is perfect! So photogenic and artistic. I find that city very special to me. Will go back again soon I hope...
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