Below the knee

Posted on November 6, 2013

If you follow me on Instagram you could see black and white images I’ve been posting everyday last week. It’s a part of a project I participated in with All Saints and their black and white campaign ‘Below the knee’, which promoted new womens footwear collection inspired by the New York fetish scene. To celebrate the collection, a video was produced. It was such a cool idea, it was mostly ‘glued together’ snapshots of b&w pics with shoes and nice floors. I loved it. For the project we were supposed to pict two of our favs from the collection. I just could not resist classic black high heels, which are such an essential in every woman’s closet. I wore them with a chunky camel jumper, black skinny jeans and favourite tote from Sophie Hulme. It’s all about pink and camel this season. I like powder pink, though I picked camel. It’s more classy and timeless. And it suits my blonde hair without making me look like a little candy.

And ! About my hair ! I got it redone, as you can see. Destination – Easton Regal of course which has been handling my hair for the past few months. I decided to ditch white blonde (so I don’t blend in with the snow to come and put in some darker highlights in attempt to go back to my natural deeper shade of blond. Thanks a bunch Easton, you guys are the best!


( wearing COS jumper (similiar here) , Super Trash jeans, All Saints Kara pump heels, Sophie Hulme bag via Young British Designers, Tommy Hilfiger watch)



last week in Paris

Posted on October 30, 2013

I’ve just come back from Paris where I went for the H&M x Isabel Marant launch party. It was such a great night with the presentation of the collection (see the video on my Instagram), concert of hip hop daddies Rappers Delight. Not to mention I could try rollerskating for the first time in my life (it’s not as difficult as I’ve thought it was), buy  clothes in the pop up store 3 weeks before they hit the stores around the world. And finally see beautiful and smiling Isabel Marant in person who is one of my favourite designers and a great woman.I haven’t managed to take an outfit photos during the event (my camera  with the  lens is almost heavier than me and sometimes feeling comfortable is more important than taking photos), so we did a photoshoot  with similiar outfit the day after (Thanks Yannis and Jordan! ) , only changing a skirt into black skinny jeans. I’m absolutely in love with the Filles a Papa sequin jacket, which matched the rollerskate rink as nothing else.I’m saying bye to Paris only for one week, because I’ll be back next Thursday for the other exiting project. Stay tuned!


( wearing Filles a Papa jacket, H&M top, Super Trash jeans and Zara heels)


H&M x Isabel Marant

Posted on October 25, 2013

(Drums please!) This is my first look for H&M x Isabel Marant. I absolutely love the collection. To be honest with you I reckon everything is a must have  for my first look I picked a basic grey sweatshirt, a fuzzy skirt and the boots. I’m saying THE boots because they are the ones and only, most beautiful pair of boots I have ever had on. Also the collection speaks to me because it fits my current boho obsession. I love it, what do you guys think?The pictures were taken in Saint Germain and Champs Élysées. Paris is so beautiful these days I wish I could live here and in London at the same time. Maybe like a week here and a week there:) stay tuned for more looks to come…

ph. by Magdalena Zielasko


( wearing H&M x Isabel Marant sweatshirt, skirt, necklace and boots, Alexander Wang bag)


denim & tartan

Posted on October 19, 2013

After a few very cold days in London, a friendly and much warmer autumn has come back. Okay, I’m not talking about the rain or clouds, because they’re here almost everyday. Higher temperature makes me happy because I can wear most of my favorite clothes without bothering to layer up. To be honest, I don’t like outerwear and layers. Even thinking about wearing more than 2 layers makes me feel uncomfortable.
On the picutures below you can see my two, new, favourite pieces from my wardrobe. First is a checked shirt (I love its babydoll shape!) The second one, are loose fit blue jeans which go well with practically everything. You can be sure to see me wearing them often these days.


ph. by Toni Tran , edit Marcin Socha
( wearing The Scarlet Room top, Zara shoes,  Alexander Wang bag)


Liverpool Street

Posted on October 11, 2013


I’m back in London, but half of my heart stayed in Paris. We took these photos last Sunday on Liverpool Street. I like to compare different cities. So when it comes to London you can’t even know if it’s a working day or Sunday. It is always busy, people work (hard) here every day. See those running people behind me. Maybe that’s why I sometimes forget what day it is today… I don’t really count them.

In Paris it’s different. Sunday is a day when people stay at home and can take a rest. Like in Poland, I would say. The streets are almost empty. We wanted to buy a fresh baguette in Paris on Sunday, but most bakeries were closed. Since I moved to London I forgot that groceries can be closed. Shame on me!

Back to my outfit. I was wearing Sandro sweatshirt which I also spotted on Stockholm Streetstyle in Paris two weeks ago, a black pleated skirt, Sophie Hulme tote and Kurt Geiger boots. And I promise you (and myself as well) that I will try to wear more colorful clothes next month, not only black.