26.3.15

"Fashionably-Crazy" in love.

Noone can deny the power of a heartwarming love stories (especially this winter). And I've got it for you. Streets were stalked and real-life couples were found, keeping the hope alive and bringing romance back to the streets. Looking like their made for each other, dressed up or down, being casual, chic, modern, funky and alternative, some couples just know how to work it. Love and fashion combined. As for the result..Total Perfection.

Septum piercing.

All those years I was so negative about septum piercings. Every time I had thoughts of it, three things were crossing  automatically my mind (this, this and this). Then, fashionistas took it to a whole new other level and as a total fashion victim I was easily convinced. Apparently, it's all about the style, the outfit and the attitude. You can still look classy, if you're keeping it simple. It definitely looks cool and is a unique accessory that can add a little edge to your overall look. You can go big, small, outrageous or classic with it. Even celebrities went for it. Rihanna, Gaga, Kat Graham and so many others are taking their septum piercings in and out, when Zoë Kravitz, for whom the septum ring seems less a statement than an everyday accessory. If you're not really sure about your looks, afraid of the pain, the healing or having thoughts of any scars left, you could try for a day a fake one to see if you can rock this look or even ask for opinions, in case you're not that inclined. Do a research and decide. Would you give the look a shot?

P.S.
I don't mean to offend any bull, any Fulani woman and their traditions, any emo and related aspects of fashion, culture, and behavior.

22.3.15

Black & Blue

Easy everyday outfit idea! Such a simple outfit with pretty much the basics. A black pencil skirt, paired with a jean shirt, some simple comfy black ankle boots and a black leather jacket (which you can find anywhere at any price) are doing the job for you. You can find all of those items anywhere at any price if they're not already sneaked in your closet. Don't forget your daily tote bag and you're ready to go! Enjoy! 

8.3.15

Men Street Style/Fashion.

I'm in love. Lately I'm obsessed with that kind of style for men. It could be a 20's revival or something or even some decades later since this style definitely brings the Mods to my mind. Mod was a 1960s British youth subculture. London-based stylish young men in the late 1950s, were termed modernists because they listened to modern jazz instead of rock (that era's breakthrough). Of course I could find them in a capital city or a big fashion mitropolis but that's unfair. That kind of men are hard to find especially in Greece. I mean I love my country and we all know ancient Greeks invented stuff, developed arts and science skills with their big minds but meeeh.. where did all those innovative minds go? We're living in the 21st century for the love of God, we just can't believe that masculinity is still measured in body hair, heavy chores and inches in panties. NOT EVERYONE, who wears suits, funky ties, holds a bag or any other accessorie, adds colour to their outfit, makes stylish combinations, enjoys fashion, or finds this whole process as a way of expressing themselves, IS GAY.  And after all, this is what I know of men style. At least in any pictures and documents that I have in mind of worldwide history, no great man was wearing ripped or skinny jeans, loose sweatpants, tank tops, and that swagger hats or whatever a modern man would choose to wear. Men were in suits. Today people believe that the more you care about your appearance the less you are of a man. Is that change of beliefs even possible? Aaa don't know.