Today, I want to share my latest pictures taken in Atlanta!!
I have a very big surprise for you all, even though some of my Instagram followers have probably guessed what I am talking about, I have returned back home to Majorca. A beautiful Spanish island in the Mediterranean sea!!
One of my best friends got married on Saturday in Valladolid, Spain. Since I have been living abroad I wanted a very Spanish look for the occasion so I chose two of the most iconic themes found in a flamencos dress; polka dots and a manila shawl.
10 Days ago was officially the last day of Summer and in order to say bye to my favourite season, I want to share with you these beautiful summer night pictures we took a couple of weeks ago.
During my trip to Peru I come across a wonderful concept store L’ Atelier Café-Concept in Cusco full of beautifully designed Peruvian artisan products. My husband really liked the graphic t-shirts of a lion wearing a peruvian hat, after some research we ended up meeting with Joy, the founder of the Ikarus brand.
After the NYFW it is clear that strong colours are going to be hot next season. Colours and trends are closely related to the social and political climate in which we live, and all these strong colour are a declaration of optimism. The world is going through hard times, but we decided to stay positive and hope that things will work out for the best!
I love weddings, it is so nice to spend a full day celebrating love and if that wasn’t enough you get to catch up with family and friends, which makes the day even better.
At the beginning of the week I shared with you my experience on Machu Picchu, but that wasn’t all I did in Peru. Peru is a country with an extreme landscape, which includes the Andes mountains and the Amazon forest. This makes me think that the Peruvian people dress in such a colorful way to compensate for such hard living conditions. Whatever the reason might be, the colorful fabrics make walking through the local markets and shops candy for the eyes!
Hi there! I just got home from all my traveling and can’t wait to share with you how amazing it has been to visit Peru and Machu Picchu!
I am sure that at this point you are all pretty aware of how much I love swapping parties! They have all the ingredients needed, you get “new” clothes while being environmental and social… But the downside of it is that your options are limited to the style and size of your friends or friends of friends! But Nicole and Edward Robertson, a couple in life and business, decided to launch the Swap Society. An LA-based website where you can swap your clothes with people from all around the country!!