bow-tie: Selected Homme, shirt: Monki, skirt: HM Trend, boots: Office, beret: old, bag: Cambridge Satchel Company
Borrowing a bow-tie from my man's closet, albeit I'm the one who bought it in the first place! :) I'm really into this skirt, lucky me I got it from the sales on ridiculously cheap price. White bottoms are not always the easiest though. Do you remember those too tight trousers (on girls on their 20's, but also on ladies on their 50's maybe) made out of equally too thin fabric (read: see-through on the parts you wouldn't want to know of). I was almost forever condemned with the burden of that image never to wear anything white and tight. However, the fabric of this skirt is nice and thick. (Hence, no rear end troubles. :) )



I was hopelessly late with any Easter decorations, so here's the result of a trip to grocery store yesterday. That's wheatgrass on the last pic, edible decorations won't take any storage room after the holidays. :)
Happy Easter to all (who's celebrating it)!



skirt: COS, scarf: my mom's old, rest: old
These pics are from fall/winter, I think. Scarfs like this are true saviors of those bad hair days. :)



Got inspired by one of those fabulous outfits Chloë Sewigny wears. Don't have the original inspo pic though. I have a true girl-crush on miss Sewigny: the style, talent, looks and charisma, what more to ask. :) 
The second crush I've had lately is on silk shirts. The one I'm wearing is the only relatively new piece on this outfit, from HM Trend.



Did it myself and designed too. :) (In the pic the vest is still slightly unfinished)
I guess I was inspired by the Céline or Dries (or some other my ultimate-favorite minimalist designers/brands), but couldn't find the source anymore. Sorry for that. This vest has been on the making for quite some time, so it was such a joy that I finally did it! :)