Tag Archives: Barcelona

Margot House Barcelona

Posted on December 28, 2016

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My last post and pictures from Barcelona. I had a pleasure to stay in Margot House, a boutique hotel located in the middle of the city centre. If you’re lucky enough to get the room from the main street side, you’ll have a view to Casa Battló, designed by Antonio Gaudí. Ask for Room #1 to make sure it’s the same as on my photos. If you like small and cosy hotels as me, where you can feel like home, Margot House is a perfect place to stay during a trip to Barcelona.

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( wearing Kelly Love dress via The Dayrooms, Chanel shoes, Louis Vuitton backpack, Realisation Par dress )

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Satin slip dress

Posted on December 15, 2016

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Long slip dresses haven’t been my thing. I liked them but it was always easier for me to put on a longsleeve mini dress instead and not to worry about the second layer. That’s the reason I loved this AllSaints two piece featuring a knitted wool jumper with a satin slip dress underneath. It looks absolutely cool together, effortlessly with a touch of grunge. If you need even a warmer jumper, then there is a warmer option of similar two piece here or in grey colour. I mixed the dress with the high heeled pointed toe shoes and Louis Vuitton mini back pack to make the look more casual and more accurate for the day.

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( AllSaints satin dress, AllSaints shoes, Louis Vuitton mini backpack )

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Maje checked jacket / Barcelona

Posted on December 9, 2016

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I absolutely love tailored blazers mixed with some white or grunge t-shirts to add that cool edgy look. This checked two piece from Maje can be styled so many different ways and I already regret I forgot to shoot it with button closed. Anyway I was wearing it with Gucci t-shirt from Men’s department,  good old snake print boots and the cutest mini backpack from Louis Vuitton. I wasn’t sure if I didn’t go too crazy with all those prints and colors in my outfit,  I usually need at least one element to be black. As an excuse I can tell you ( and to myself) I didn’t have enough space in my suitcase to bring one more pair of black boots. I flew to Barcelona just for the weekend.

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( wearing Maje checked blazer and skirt, Gucci t-shirt, Topshop boots, Louis Vuitton mini backpack )

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Yellow dress // Barcelona

Posted on February 7, 2014

 

Some more pictures we took with James in Barcelona. It felt like it was midsummer there, so I’m actually trying to swich back to ‘winter mood’ at the moment. On Sunday I’m flying to New York for fashion week! I’m super exited but scared at the same time. Snow and low temperatures are not my cup of tea. But I can’t complain! New York is always a good idea! If you have any tips, can recommend any cool spots for pictures or want to have a coffee/drink with me, let me know! Coming back to sunny Barcelona. I was wearing a yellow dress, Balenciaga boots and a furry bag, which I use as a pillow to take a nap on the plane : ) ) . I can’t say I love yellow, what’s more I don’t even like yellow. But this time, in Barcelona I decided to wear something bright and different than black/white like I usually wear. Hope you like it too. xx

 (wearing Zara dress ( similiar here or here ) , Balenciaga boots, & Other Stories bag)

 

Barcelona with Mango

Posted on February 1, 2014

 

I’ve just come back from amazing and sunny Barcelona, where I went together with Mango to see their show, and the new A/W 14 collection. Here, you can see some ‘diary’ photos we took together with James during our stay. It’s absolutely amazing how different is the winter in Spain than here in London or some other countries in Europe. When we arrived in Barcelona, the sky was blue, sun was shining bright and it was around 18 degrees. I couldn’t believe my luck; at the same time in Sweden or in Poland there is a lot of snow and it’s freezing cold. We were staying in the W hotel in Barcelona, my room was on the 17th floor with a view on the Mediterranean Sea. It looked faboulous and unreal.

We also had some time to explore the city. I will never have enough of all these beautiful spanish houses and architecture. I could photograph it literally all the time.

I had spent great time in Barcelona. Thank you Mango & Seat for having me!

 


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