Well, It’s been a while since I last did an outfit post. Working as a full time employer takes me a lot of time, which makes it quite hard to keep the blog updated. Anyway, I am trying my best to share my experiences, my lifestyle, tips and looks with you all on here.
May is coming to its final days, and If I had to sum it up in a few lines, I’d say it’s been a challenging month for me.
I had the opportunity to visit Paris for work, and enjoy the experience of being surrounded with media from other European countries. I also attended the Barcelona Bridal Week, one of the world’s most important bridal fashion weeks in the world.
I really can’t wait for June and see what has prepared for me. Hope you all enjoy these photographs, which were taken in Barcelona’s Estació de França by Núria Martinez. She’s very talented!
Oh, and let’s all appreciate for a moment how amazing this top from Pin Up Girl Clothing is. It fits like a glove, and makes my feel like a 1950s bombshell. I couldn’t have asked for a better top to wear on Saturday in downtown Barcelona. The Voodoo Vixen Top is a must have for any pin up girl, and perfect so style with skirts and capri pants!
What I’m wearing
Voodoo Vixen Top from Pinup Girl Clothing
Skirt from Hell Bunny
Shoes from Tommy Hilfiger
Bag is Vintage
All photographs were taken by Núria Martinez. You can check her amazing work here.
I know, I know. I haven’t done an outfit post in ages. But here’s one that will make you fall in love even more with Pin Up Girl Clothing. One of my all time favourite skirts is the Jenny skirt in harlequin, which matches perfectly with many colours. Last weekend I went to a Kustom Culture Event near Barcelona, the Speedfest Festival, where I had the opportunity to be near vintage cars from the 50s and the 60s, two of my favourite decades. And I channeled my inner 1950s housewife look, which drew the attention of many attendees and photographers.
Oh, and how cool is my Chevy brooch by Deer Arrow? I got many compliments at the event!
Hello lovelies! How’s it going? I will become a redhead in the next few days and lately I have been seeking for inspiration to get the perfect tone. Since I was a little girl I have dreamt of becoming one, but never were brave enough to try it. So just to let you know that you will no longer see the light brown haired girl on here 😉 Although I am officially on holidays and I have free time for myself, I won’t be posting on here that often. I need to settle up my life right now and start the official preparations for my Etsy shop, which will be up soon. (Excuse the delay!)
The first time I started my obsession with ginger people was when I read the Harry Potter books. I have been a nerd all my life, you see. I wanted to be a Weasley and be different from other people. Later on, my passion for red haired people would increase with Mad Men, which has become my favorite tv show and one of the reasons why I got into vintage. From the very first moment I saw the stunning Christina Hendricks on screen I knew I had to be like her. Not only her curvy shape encouraged me to feel confident about my body, so did her hair, which inspired me so much. I could name many other actresses and movie stars that have inspired me through my life, and many of them had/have read hair: Maureen O’Hara, Ann-Margret, Joan Crawford and Clara Bow, to name just a few. Red hair has always been associated with passion, romanticism and sexuality, three aspects that are key in women. Classic Hollywood starlets with red hair often portrayed adventurous and provocative women, while brunettes and blondes would be seen as naive, virginal or cold blooded. Luckily those stereotypes have changed in film industry.