A few months ago I had the pleasure to introduce you to a great and convinient service in the UK called CollectPlus. It’s the independent store-based delivery and returns service which allows you to send or collect parcels without wasting lots of our precious time. Instead of going to a post office you can easily drop off a parcel at one of their 7000 points at a time that suits you, seven days a week. What’s more they can even print the label for you if you don’t have a printer at home. It works similarly when you order something online, instead of waiting for a parcel to be delivered at home and wasting sometimes the whole day ( usually time slots are not exact) you can now get your parcel delivered to one of your nearest CollectPlus stores and then collect whenever it’s convenient for you. For me it sounds like a real life saver 🙂
Another great thing is, that they’ve just reduced prices of its popular Send service, so the cost of sending a 3-5 day Economy service parcel weighing under 2 kg has been cut to 3.99 from 4.99 and the faster option 2-day Standard costs now 4.69.
As the summer is coming to the end and I need more space for winter jackets and jumpers in my closet, I decided to clear out my summer wardrobe and sell some pieces on Depop account @alicezielasko . Click HERE to buy my wardrobe and please do try the CollectPlus service when placing your order, so you can see how easy and convenient the process can be.
Photography Michaela Metesova
In collaboration with CollectPlus
ph. Ola Golczynska
( Tibi blazer, Tibi skirt, Wolford socks, vintage bag, Kenneth Jay Lane earrings, Zara shoes )
Ph. Ola Golczyńska
Golden hour, golden hair and golden dress. There is something magical in Paris when the sun is out. This is my look which I was wearing for Comme Des Garcon show in Paris last afternoon. The dress is from polish brand Risk Made in Warsaw and I added to it skinny sunglasses from George Keburia, vintage bag ( which I got in Brick Lane last year) and my latest purchase, the pearl earrings, which I wear basically everyday since I arrived to Paris. You can see my whole PFW report on Instagram @alicezielasko . If you have any question, just comment here or send me a message on Instagram. x
( Risk Made in Warsaw dress, George Keburia sunglasses from Joan The Store, Kenneth Jay Lane via Net-A-Porter earrings, vintage bag, Wolford socks, old slingback shoes from Zara )
I’ve always wanted a leopard print skirt. It’s chic but a bit dangerous at the same time. It’s amazing in its versatility; you can wear it with a black blazer and stilettos and look very elegant but you can also strap on boots and a biker jacket for a more “bad girl” look. No other words a leopard print skirt is indispensable. You can imagine my happiness when I finally found this DVF pencil skirt in Farfetch which ticked all the boxes on my perfect skirt scale. And as aforementioned, I tested its versatility with two separate outfits and (surprise, surprise) the skirt is the star in both, even though they’re different in style. In the first outfit the skirt compliments the Victoria Beckham jumper and slingback shoes. In the second it’s working with the AllSaints coat and the Prada bag. We took these pictures in Paris last week in between shows and truth be told I wore this skirt a bit more often than social convention would dictate.
DVF pencil skirt via Farfetch, Victoria Beckham jumper (here in pink) Allsaints coat, Prada bag, Charles & Keith shoulder bag, slingback shoes and heels, Weekday t-shirt
My look from Paris Fashion Week, day 3. I’m obsessed with blazers and suits right now, especially when they are a bit edgy to break that strong elegant look. This one is from Unique runway collection, that was shown last month in London. And I loved this blazer at the first sight, it had to be mine. I topped the suit by adding gold jewellery from Apart ( ring here and here and here) and Elixa earrings. Their pieces always make me feel feminine and classy.
( Apart jewellery, ring 1 and ring 2 and ring 3 ,Elixa earrings, Unique blazer and skirt, See By Chloe shoes via MonShowroom, Mimeyco bag )
ph. Magdalena Zielasko & Diego Anciano
In collaboration with Apart.