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Travelling Through Greece One Outfit at a Time

Dress no-name, heels Schutz, bag no-name (Winners)
Second stop (or stops) on our travel through Greece was peninsula of Khalkidhiki. Khalkidhiki is shaped like three fingers and each one is beautiful to visit. We however decided to visit the middle finger as it is best known for beautiful beaches and livelier nightlife. The first place we stopped at was Marmaras. This location is one of the favourite places for tourists from Eastern Europe. It’s a small town with many beautiful beaches; whether you’re looking for long sandy beach or small gravel lined beaches that only fit 10-15 people, you are bound to find something you like. I love both types of beaches but for some reason, when in Europe, I usually strive towards more secluded & smaller beaches.  
For a night out & dinner, I opted for this cute little dress. Dress is a no name and it was a small purchase I made while in Thessaloniki. Dress is actually supposed to be worn over both shoulders, but when I was trying it on in …

What You Must Do Before You Take Off on a Life-changing Trip

Shorts H&M, off-shoulder top Forever 21, sandals Noa Boho

If you read my post from August 3 you know I've taken 6 months away from home and have been here in Europe since July. I took the trip for some personal reasons I can't share on the blog, but being that it's a 6 (roughly) month trip to Europe I had made some travel plans and of course, just as we all do, had expectations. Expectations about what the trip should look like, progress, things that I will do, experiences I will be exposed to, free time I will have to explore some other interests and ideas I have, lessons I will learn.
If you are looking to do a similar longer trip, possibly student exchange, teach language abroad, work abroad or maybe looking to do one of those life changing trips, here are a few tips before you go:
Tip #1: Know your fears about this trip. Know your concerns. Don’t let fear stop you from taking that step. Write them down. Sometimes they may seem bigger when unspoken. For me, it was bei…

What You Should Avoid Wearing in Your 30s (&Travelling to Novi Sad Part 2)

Dress Forever 21, earrings Forever 21, belt unknown (flea market), ruffle slides H&M, bag Louis Vuitton Pochette
I hope you enjoyed the last post on Novi Sad. Hopefully you get a chance and visit it one day. Today I’m sharing a new outfit and few more pictures of this city. This time I’m sharing pictures I love taking most. These are pictures of tucked away corners, old signs, worn down buildings and so on. Pictures that tell a less glamorous and more real picture of a city. Same as us humans, cities have its shiny and beautiful side but they wouldn’t be real and whole if they didn’t have that rougher side too. Life has its highs and lows for all of us. Time passes, economies change, life moves on, and that all reflects on architecture and upkeep of any city. They may not be the prettiest corners of any city but they certainly add to its character and speak of some other, maybe, better times. I hope you enjoy this side of Novi Sad too.
Back to the outfit now. I chose to wear some…

You Cannot Miss Out on Visiting This European City (& How to Wear Denim Shorts)

Shorts Levi's, top H&M, slides H&M, handbag Louis Vuitton Pochette
During this trip (if you’re asking which, make sure to read this SashaDollCloset post), I decided to visit several cities throughout Serbia & Greece. Besides just sharing outfits I will also share with you a little bit info about each city (most of them anyway). I know you can probably find better more professional photos online at a click of a button, but I’m sharing photos of these cities as seen through my eyes. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
You’ve already had a chance to view some photos from my visit to Western Serbia as seen in these posts, and today I share with you a new outfit and only some of the photos of beautiful city Novi Sad. This is the second largest city in Serbia but compared to Belgrade still significantly smaller. It has a completely different vibe then Belgrade. Belgrade is big, rough, fast paced, sometimes confusing, not perfectly planned, and located on 7 hills, while Novi Sad is a com…