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Startas sneaker of Croatia

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STARTAS is a Croatian sneakers brand. Startas sneakers are hand made, produced in Croatia and made from natural materials.   

 They are sold in several basic models, white, red, blue and black. Also they come in few different more creative models.

Startas sneakers are a big hit in Croatia, kin of like TOMS in the states. It is not unusual to see basic white models to be decorated, painted and embellished into little pieces of art.  There are no limits. 
Visit their FB page for more photos and be sure to scroll all the way down to peek at those amazingly decorated models. 

amazing, right?!

And next time, I will introduce you with Startas` bigger sister - Borosana. That is one crazy shoe. Believe me.

The Everygirl's 30 Day Challenge: 30 Days of Journaling

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Finally a challenge I can start on time, although if you are trying to be better self, to live with intention and to be inspired in life, living to the fullest - any time is good for a challenge that brings more quality to our lives.

That being said, I usually do end up being late to an interesting challenge, which de-motivates me in the beginning. But not this time!!!

30 days of journaling, starts on April 1st, so I do have time to start necessary preparations and to start on time. Exciting, right? I do have a journal. A nice, big, van Gogh inspired journal I got from my friend, and it has been laying around for years, waiting for a perfect opportunity. I so lack motivation. But hopefully this challenge will be a success.

Feeling totally excited about this little challenge and in the spirit of planning and preparing it is only natural to browse the web for lovely and inspiring journals and notebooks. Stationery. Oh god. A girl can never have too much notebooks, cute pencils and glittery papers. Just like shoes. Don`t you agree?

All items are from here. Journals wallpapers candle mug

Spring mood board

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Spring is finally here. Although you wouldn`t say that by the looks of my outfit.
Temperatures are still a bit funky and low, but hopfully it will get better.
Inspired by flowers? What has gotten into me? But, I have been daydreaming about sun, laying in the grass, looking up at the sky and cherry blossoms.
A picnic under the sun.
Bike rides and flower crowns.
Spring has sprung.
And by the looks of this collage have a floral fever.
That`s a first.
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Big lashes Nude lips

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This is by far my favorite way to go when it comes to make up. Big, bold, feathery lashes, with lush but demure, nude lip.
It is simple, easy to do and very effective look, that can be used for daytime and night. You just need to adjust the size of your lashes accordingly.

Although a red lip can pick up any outfit and give a special staple to one`s look, this dreamy and soft look with rich eyelashes is something special. Magical and seductive.

And all you need (except for perfect complexion of course) is just a few things to accentuate your eyes and to soften your lips.

Good words are worth much, and cost little

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~ by George Herbert

And what does this have to with anything, namely fashion?

"From collaborations with Coca-Cola (Ashish) to ethical statements (Kenzo), [...] designers dug out their dictionaries to add an expressive element to their collections." And words are everywhere. From crazy bold and loud Luis Vuitton and DKNY to quirky notes from Sister by Sibling, designers decided to freshen up our spring outfits.

Do we like? In general, no. I personally don’t like word statements splashed across my boobies, or any other part of my body for that matter. With exceptions of tattoos. Clothes with bold wordings are a bit too loud for me, but I kind of have one sweater with text on it, so I could say I would maybe go for some quirky statement in fashion of Miss Spade. But the rest is a big no-no.

For the sake of the argument, let’s take a step back from a subjective perspective and look at this trend from (just) aesthetical angle.

Dior, for example has incorporated their words into perfectly crafted and very feminine designs that go with the signs just, well perfectly. With their floral prints, words mentioning gardens finish the spring story like a cherry on a cake. For me it was a job well done, although I personally would prefer something else from house of Dior, a bit less floral, but still amazingly chic.
Missoni did an "interesting" thing, incorporating letters into kind of wave-y pattern, playing with contrasting colours created an pattern with their name but not so "obvious". In a way predictable, but still better than sewing the letters of your brand across the chest. You hear me Paul&Joe?

A. Wang’s parental advisory notice. Cool, quirky and totally in the mood of the current quirkiness. Although it reminds me of something I could buy on Romwe or some similar site. In a way I like that step "down" to the masses although its price it way beyond the reach of the masses that buy on Romwe. Not that Romwe sucks. My wallet does. And so does my salary. But that is not the title of our story.

My personal favourite is the "word" collection from Ch. Kane. So soft, pastel and floral in a different kind of way. The way I can embrace in its fool bloom. Pun intended.

 All in all the word got out so we can expect for world to go crazy for this trend. Are you in on the bandwagon or not?

quote &images via Style.com

Lagerfeld’s London Collection Revealed

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THE countdown for Karl Lagerfeld's first British store is on!
The store is opening March 13, and his capsule collection has been revealed to get us all in the mood. The collection will be available in the new Regent Street flagship.
The range includes ready-to-wear, such as jumpers bearing Lagerfeld's face and a Union Jack flag and distressed jeans, all inspired by London's "rock-chic aesthetic", as a press release reads.
"It's the accessories that have most caught our eye though - think fingerless gloves akin to Lagerfeld's own pair, a Choupette keyring and a limited-edition Lagerfeld tokidoki doll - the latter of which would be a welcome addition to any Chanel fan's desk.". Vogue UK

Personally I have expected more. But in a way, this truly is Karl and in the end we have to take into account that Chanel, whom we love so much, is not Karl and Karl is not Chanel.
I for sure wouldn`t mind to own this Union Jack sweatshirt. Or the bag.
You can see the rest of the collection here.

photos via Vogue.uk 

PFW favorite photo

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photo via style.com and textstyle.ca

Nothing says Paris like lips and strawberries.
This is my absolute favorite outfit seen.

Elisa Nalin did a perfect job. I only wish she`d left her white hair...