Since we’re already talking about Zara, let me show you these photos from its Mini line. They’re giving off a great deal of the Scandinavian style vibe – just beautiful!
Plaid, gray and blue are the dominant features in Zara’s lookbook for September 2013. Although the weather here in Castelldefels remains summery in general, I think that it’s never too early to explore one’s clothing options for the cold season. (And even though I never wear high heels, I think those gray boots are calling my name.)
Want to add some industrial details to your home even if its main style is far from industrial? Check out these furniture and lighting pieces from the autumn/winter collection of Diesel Lifestyle. I’m in love with the first chair!
Some people have shopping or dining on top of their list when they go on trips but in my case, it’s seeing the architecture of the city that I like the most. From the grand landmarks to the little details that may pass unnoticed (I have a folder devoted entirely to basement windows/doors in Riga!), there’s nothing like walking around, grabbing a waffle or doughnut along the way, and just taking pleasure from the “free exhibit” around you. London-based fashion brand GENE Style reminds me of such trips: looking at these clothes is like looking at beautiful structures. Enjoy the stroll!
You know that the cold season is near when black becomes trendy once more. (Then again, when does this color ever go out of fashion?) For instance, Mango Touch, the accessories line of Mango, is big on black in its offering for autumn/winter. Rock on!
UMA’s autumn/winter collection is so vibrant and fun that you’d think it was made for spring. If you like combining day wear with evening wear, or are thinking of experimenting with it, the brand’s latest lookbook would come in handy. On a side note: Thank you, UMA, for creeper shoes that don’t give me the creeps.