...in Milan last week. :)
Of course it wasn't all about the flowers :) I visited the annual design exhibition/festival/fair - fenomenon. As always, it was so inspiring and fulfilling that I am still digesting all. This is a compilation about the latest colors of the design sector: coral, coral, coral and I almost forget: coral. Also light (vintage) blues and yellow in bold as well as in pastel version. I couldn't get enough of all those beautiful hues and tones!
Despite colors there were great surfaces, finishings, carpet-like installations. These are absolutely my favorites.
And if a designer cannot decide which Pantone color to choose... there is always the option of choosing ALL of them! :) I just Loooooove it!
P.S.: ...more to come! :) XX
It's no secret that I'm a big fan of all things pink - but what about pink hair? More and more style icons have been spotted sporting candy-coloured hair - but would you take the leap?
Who hasn't wondered what it might be like to have bright pink hair at some point or other? With pale pink tresses set to be one of the biggest trends this coming season, now could be the perfect time to visit a salon site, such as RushHair.co.uk and book yourself that appointment. After all, with pastel shades set to dominate the high street this season, you're sure to find yourself with a wardrobe filled with clothes which will look great worn with your new 'do. Pastel pink hair is also a great way to make sure you stand out from the crowd, whatever you happen to be wearing.
However, it is worth bearing in mind that pink hair might be more difficult to achieve than you imagine. If you already have blonde or light coloured locks, then you may find that you able to achieve the shade of blonde which desire a little more easily. However, darker hair will usually need to be bleached first, which can be more time-consuming, and cause more damage to your hair. It also important to remember that having such pale pink hair will mean that your hair required a great deal of upkeep. Indeed, pink hair might be very much on trend, but it is not a decision which should be taken too lightly.
If you're looking for another option, then dip-dye tresses might well be the perfect solution. Instead of going for all-over pink, why not simply have the ends dyed in a dip-dyed style - another popular look this season. Merging two trends in one, this is an easy way to create a fashion-forward pink look, without doing too much damage to your hair.
P.S.: When you're done with being pink, simply have the coloured ends cut off, and go back to your original look! :) But don't be affraid, try it! You'll always regret it if you don't. :) XX
Images via: Fashion Gone Rouge; A French in Los Angeles; Edie and Andy; The Glitter Guide; The Coveted Muse; Fat Friend No More; Street Chic Philosopy; Pinterest; Flickr; WeHeartIt;
My latest obsession is the debut album of the beautiful Sucré - A Minor Bird. It is so Indie, so girlie and soooo crystal clear voice. Amazing! :) Probably the final outcome has to do something with the fact that Mr. Jeremy Larson (the hubby of Elsie Larson) was one of the main collaborators of this album. He is great! (but it is a way other story) :)
I hope you like this great new album! Here is the song 'When we were young' of it:
P.S.: Definitely a must-to-have album! XX
Images via: Sucré Diary
This weekend is for me, myself and my inner strength. XX
Image via: Beauty in Everything
I think I am not the only woman who loves weddings and everything around it, like proposals, rings, love poems, the dress, the flowers, but mainly the idea that IT ALL CAN happen once with us. :) So, I gathered some cool and creative ideas for popping the big question: 'Would you marry me?' ...for you... to give you a bit of a heartache and a lot to dream about!
Personaly for me the perfect proposal over the fact that it is unique and unrepeatable, cannot be complete without the perfect ring. And those who says it is not about the ring, well... they are wrong. It is always about the ring! It has to reflect the soon-to-be bride's personality, style and even the relationship itself. And it is a great (and seriously difficult) way of testing the groom, how much he knows about his dream girl.
I suggest you to check out the site of 77Diamonds.com for future ideas and send some hints to your guy, just to be sure. ;)
P.S.: Just close your eyes, dream on and image that you are the next who will get the big question: would you marry me? XX
Images via: 77 Diamonds; Piercing and Ink; Etsy; Huaban; Pinterest; Gros Grain Fabolous; Little Pink Moon; Between Each Smile;