Scandinavian Men style
On our trip to Scandinavian capitals Stockholm and Copenhagen I couldn’t help but notice how incredibly polished and stylish Scandinavian men are. Beards and mustache are definitely in trend (Viking heritage?? :))) and are perfectly trimmed. Haircuts are trendy and immaculate. Those are btw the main and most important accessories. Clothing style casual chic, which they pull off easily. Most importantly - that overall look is effortlessly cool, which is their signature.
Shopping in Antwerp
If you still didn't manage to visit Antwerp you have no idea how much you are missing! The experience of shopping in Antwerp is so much more than just shopping: it's also an aesthetic and culinary pleasure! On each square km you can find countless fashion stores, excellent bakeries, renowned chocolate houses, fantastic restaurants, and all this is located in breathtaking centuries-old houses, surrounded by Gothic and Baroque churches, and historical monuments.
There are several shopping areas in the center of Antwerp and most of them are closely connected, so you can easily (s)hop from one to another!read more
The relationship between horses and female fashion started long ago and was quite a complicated one. One of the main questions that always bothered the equestrian society at different times was whether women should ride sidesaddle or astride.
The first one was associated with good taste, virtue and high class, the second was perceived by conservative circles as wild, too liberal and even rebellious, because in order to ride astride a woman would have to borrow the silhouettes from the male riding clothes (think of jodhpurs-special riding pants, riding boots and hacking jacket). Ironically this is exactly why some men find this style particularly attractive for women!read more
Safari look is one of my favorite styles!
The quintessential safari look started about 150 years ago in colonial Kenya: crisp cotton jacket with pockets, buttons, epaulets and belt was part of the British military uniform in the tropics. In 1968 thanks to Yves Saint Laurent, the jacket found its way to runway and the safari trend became one of his recurring themes. Now this trend regularly comes back to catwalks in new ways.read more