OOTD Denim on Denim

Sun is out and shining, perfect time for shorts! Yaaay!

I went for a classic denim on denim look! 

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I paired dark denim shorts with a lighter denim shirt that has some interesting flowers details on it which brings an interesting element to it.
That is why  I didn’t choose to wear any accessories. I didn’t feel it necessary and felt the outfit itself is enough.
And of course, my Startas canvas shoes are a must! Aren’t they great?! ;D

What do you think? Would you choose any accessories with it?

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Kisses!

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OOTD Print Romper

First of all, if anyone is still following this blog – I am sorry!

Again I have neglected it. It’s been 4 months since my last post! I’m so ashamed! 😦 I was so busy I just didn’t have the strength, but now that I started writing I see that, of course, it’s not such a big problem.

Anyways, I’ve been around – Ibiza, Dallas, Kuala Lumpur, Cape Town, Perth and so on… Beautiful cities.

But this one is an OOTD.

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You may remember this romper from before (post here), but I styled it in a different way.

This outfit I wore to a party and I felt great! 🙂

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I paired it with my lovely blue zebra Startas shoes (c’mon! How much do you love them?! ;)) and a blue leopard print scarf which I tied around my head. It is I believe a small detail, but it makes a big difference. Imagine how it would look without it? For me, it brings it to life a little bit more.
From accessories I wore big silver hoop earrings and a DIY braclet.

Hope you like it!

Which outfit do you like more – the first one or the second one? Or just tie the scarf with the first one? hhh

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How would you wear it?

Leave a comment, ask something, whatever! =)

Write soon! I promise! 😉

They’re Here!

Just a quick hello from me since I’m a bit busy now and my friend came to visit.
Aaaand…. I’ve chosen my shoes! =D Unfortunately, they didn’t have the second pair, but never mind. I’ll get them! 😉
Just to show you my new ones. Can’t wait to start wearing them! ^^

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Hopefully, in my next post I’ll pair them with some nice outfit! :))

Shoe Collection Start Up

If you are following my blog, you probably know by now how much I really, reeeealy like Startas sneakers. They are simple canvas shoes with different designs and colours made in Croatia. Perfect for spring and summer. If you missed it, I already wrote about theme here. Be sure to check it out! =)

I am currently deciding which ones to get and I would like to get your opinion on it! It does mean a lot to hear from you!

I have narrowed it down to a couple. Here they are.

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prugice

2.

sidro

3.

posarane

4.

leopard

5.

plave leopard

These are the 5 I am considering at the moment. There are many, many more I like, but at the moment I will get only 2 pairs (and later on start a collection ;)).

Now, this is where you come in! Please leave a comment which ones you like the best and help me choose which ones to get!

Thank you! =)

Spring! Let’s Start It Up!

Friiiidaaay! =))

There is a reason I’m extra happy today! It is Easter break for kids which means 8 days of no school! Lovely! 🙂 And just in time! I really do need a break from little voices going Teacher this, teacher that!

Since it’s such a nice and sunny day, I took a walk and window shopped a bit (that sound so weird, idk).

So I thought I would share a nice Croatian product today. 

These sneakers are called Startas made by Borovo.

Borovo started with the manufacturing in 1931. Their first Startas were made in 1976 and they mere ment as shoes for playing table tennis, but they grew to be their best selling item all the way to the 1991 (if you’re wondering why that year exactly, there was a war in my country, but that’s a whole other story).

They were really popular in 70s and 80s. They lost their popularity for a while, but they did a rebrand a couple of years ago, put out some new ones and they are back in the game! As they should be! It’s always good to support products form your country and they are not only comfortable, but also nice looking.

Basically, they are canvas shoes. Similar to Converse except they don’t have the rubber part in front.

Here are some pics.

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These with the swallows are the ones that caught my eye today! Aren’t they nice? Just for the spring time! 🙂

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You can find them in all sorts of colours and fun designs! You can get them with or without a bow.

There are, of course, ones in basic colours (white, black and dark blue). A lot of girls started buying white ones and decorating them themselves which is also fun.

Like this…

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Then, there are also Borosane. The first ones were made in 1968 by a team of experts with dr. Branko Strinović, an orthopaedist. At that time, nobody really wore them except nurses. They have a really hard job and they are on their feet the whole day so they wore Borosane because they are really comfortable (after all, an orthopaedist designed them so they can’t be that bad for you, can they?).

They are also canvas shoes and they are cut out in the front for the toes and in the back where the heels is.

But, as I said, after the rebrand they gained in their popularity. I can’t say they are my favourite, but other girls like them.

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The prices range from about 30-45$.

 

What do you think?

Do you like them?

Which ones would you choose? 🙂