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Let me start off by saying that this blogging thing is not as easy as I thought. At least not in the beginning. A lot of things to think about before posting. Yesterday when I submitted my post I screamed….well more like squeaked…because I realized I submitted the post without including where individual pieces were from. So to start off this post here is a quick list:
Dress H&M, tights Express, boots Choies, jacket Material Girl (The Bay), scarf and earrings old, clutch Ebay, black/gold bracelet Joe Fresh, charm bracelet thrift store (Value Village), watch Michael Kors, Ring Forever 21.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Today I talk to a friend of mine who was one of the reasons why I started this blog. She loves (I hope this does not sound to presumptuous) my style and has urged me to do something about it. I remember about a year ago, maybe two now, she sent me, out of the blue, an email with her strict instructionsJ. This blog is my outlet for now. She was really happy to see my blog and made sure to congratulate me and send me some kind words. I don’t get to see her much as we are on two different continents, but some people you feel close to, no matter how much times has passed by since you last saw each other. She will know who she is when she reads this J.
As for the outfit today, it was a work outfit I wore couple of days ago. Even though my job is in a financial company, we have a more casual dress code. I have been craving for some time now, to get something in this print called (if I get it right):  azulejos. When I saw this jacket in Zara stores I HAD to have it. The material and fit is amazing and it will fit perfectly any body type. I think it will go with so many things in my wardrobe but what I love about it, is that it’s a perfect peace to mix patterns with. As you can tell, I mixed 3 different ones today. Hope you like it! Ciao!
Aleksandra <3
 
Jacket Zara, jeans and shirt H&M, heels old Steve Madden, necklace Target, ring Forever 21 (similar here), watch Michael Kors, bag and scarf Winners, sunglasses Dolce & Gabbana.
 

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  1. You gave me the push to go ahead and buy something similar, thanks for the inspiration :)

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