Grecian!

Grecian!

Here I am friends, once again, in my familiar wilderness – the frequently featured on the blog, versatile open space opposite my house- this time channeling some culturally inspired, kick ass fashion! Being Greek, the Grecian look makes perfect sense, no? It is the cunning Italian, however, we need to pay tribute to , cause Miuccia nailed it… She managed to incorporate such a classic trend and came up with a dress simple, if nothing else, yet screaming personality! On top of everything else, I would be liar if I didn’t admit to the fact that this particular look is totally up my alley and one of my favourite entries since we started the blog. To illustrate the point, if I ever got married, ( IF , being the operative word here) that what you’d see me walk down the isle with…! Now…where did that come from….???

                                                 xxx,D

 
 
 
Miu Miu dress,a la mode
Sigerson Morrison sandals
Hermes leather bracelet
H&M bracelet
Urban Outfitters bracelets
Klaidra headband
 
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This blog aims to become our archive for the few moments in life that are worth remembering. A collection of pictures that represent our "fancy world" or how we would like the real world to be. It will include what we are passionate about; the concept and our favourites might change frequently but the subjects will remain the same; fashion, food, travels, having a good time. Hopefully, in a few years we'll be looking back at those moments of happiness and still feel excited about the choices we made at that point in time, although there are no guarantees :) We hope that the glimpses of our fancy world will help you seek more fancy moments in your life!

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