Welcome back, guys! Today I’ve prepared a very requested recipe – the macaron one. These are the adorable and always beautifully-looking confections that orginate from France. What I’ve also learned is that, like any other speciality, it requires a lot of skill, practice and knowledge in order to achieve the desired results. So don’t give up even if the first or several times you don’t get the same macarons as the ones on instagram – there’s a reason why they are not the cheapest dessert ;) I’ve seen a lot of recipes on the web but this time I was particularly inspired by Dishin’ with Di – go and check out her website, she’s definitely one of my favourites! Let’s get started and good luck! Continue reading
Welcome back to my blog! Today I’m going to talk about the sweater that my talanted grandma made for me! It’s 100% fine wool in petrol green, and also impressively comfortable. When I initially put it on, there was something about the shape and the sillhouette that was bothering me. So I remembered that I have this brown leather belt in my wardrobe, added it and the whole look transformed completely! I really love this particular part of fashion when you get to show your personality via clothes using creativity and taste! I paired the sweater with some black velvet jeans from OVS. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve tried to spice up an outfit like that before and if you’d like me to upload more posts on how to change your look with only a few added or removed items.
Welcome again to my blog! As you may know, I’m doing #DIYDecember and I’m showing you my ideas on how to decorate your house for Christmas for less. Today we are doing a snow globe! There are tons and tones of them in the shops but why not make your own? Continue reading