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Walk me to the night...


Because the nights were mainly made for saying things that you can't say tomorrow day...


The greatest thing about having this blog is an escape from ordinary and a chance to provoke yourself in a way you can dress like you're already famous.



Most of the women, actually, always end up in the same clothes (including me). I don't think it's because of laziness or non-creativity.

I rather blame everyday life and the lack of special occasions. Therefore, I decided to break the prejudices of the ordinary afternoon with a glam evening look, ready to smoothly jump into the night.



While walking through the street of the upper city with the feeling that everyone is watching, I felt an unusual mix of pleasure and nervousness wrapped in heroin chic.



Dress like you're already famous.


When I reviewed all the photos, I didn't know what should I write. First, I thought I look like I buried my old husband (I am solo - no worries :)) or got a house with ghosts after divorce. Or maybe I was simply inspired by old Kate Moss. However, I wore an evening dress and sandals in the middle of moody winter so I thought it's brave to write about it since it takes a lot of courage to go out like that in the middle of the day (when you're not a celebrity :))



The best nights are usually unplanned, random and spontaneous.


Long sleeved black velvet dress besprinkled with silver details if one of my favorites whenever I gain weight during the winter (it covers it all so you can have the cheesiest pizza ever after photo shooting). Sandals were caught in this winter sale and are effortlessly chic. Silver details around the ankle made legs look longer and highlighted everything.



The darkest nights produce the brightest stars so make sure you shine too.

Everyone who knows me, know I hate winter because of wearing the tights! There is no such shoe that fits better with tights than on bare legs. I only wear black tights but this time I got inspired by Carine Roitfeld and her way of wearing tights on sandals and even mules.

I hope she'll let me know which ones does she wear (a-ha).



Simple black velvet clutch is the only purse that wouldn't ruin the whole glam concept. My well-known wool black coat is something I couldn't live without. It makes everything so elegant and simple - whether you're wearing jeans or an evening dress.



I usually don't wear much makeup but I put an effort to make this look more dramatic - I even put the eyeliner (congrats to my laziness). And, you already know red lips are a must for me.




How did my night end up?


Old songs leave long shadows...


Bises.

La Bohème Brulée

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