Garda

I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas! This year I was not really in the Christmas mood however I still had fun, I ate a lot and I gave + received amazing presents. It was nice to relax for a few days however I have already had to get back to my to-do list. In my last outfit post I showed you how I styled a Nude by Nubu coat and pants. This time we shot a few pictures of a second look which is a bit more edgy. I wore a cool printed T-shirt with a fish print on it…

Black, White, Grey… And Burgundy!

You probably already know how much I love Nubu (which is a Hungarian fashion label), as I have talked about their designs on my blog several times. In this article I’m introducing you their other line called Nude by Nubu. It’s mostly for young people, all the clothes are very practical and cool and the prices are more affordable. They have shops around Budapest, at Andrássy, Mom Park and Monofashion. I’ve partnered up with them to show you how I style Nude By Nubu in two outfit posts (the next one is coming soon as well). During winter most people stuck with the black/white/grey…

10 Festival Pieces From Hungarian Designers

The festival season is here and I decided to put together a wishlist containing only Hungarian designer pieces. I think it’s important to support Hungarian designers and let’s be honest: these items are way more unique than a H&M basic tee so if you’d like to stand out here are a few tips. 1. Bridget&Olivia shorts: I love to combine sporty items with girly pieces! These shorts are so beautiful, I love the color and the texture as well. I think I’d wear it with a cute crop top and sandals. 2. Balilla earrings: I don’t have my ears pierced…