Reluctant to Wear a Kimono?

Reluctant to Wear a Kimono?

A “thing to wear” (ki “wear” and mono “thing”), the Japanese-inspired kimono is far from being just that. In Japan, the pattern of the kimono can determine in which season it should be worn. Butterflies or cherry blossoms would be worn in spring. Watery prints are kept for the summer. Autumn comes with the russet leaf of … Read More

Raincoat and Hunter to Outface Incoming Tide

Raincoat and Hunter to Outface Incoming Tide

A fashionable raincoat and a pair of Hunter boots may be seen as a prerequisite when moving to the Netherlands. Here the umbrella is not a good investment. On the other hand, a raincoat to match your bicycle can really improve your cycling experience. King’s Day celebration in the Netherlands started last Thursday and for me it was a good … Read More

Entangled Ways to Unicorn-Colored Hair

Entangled Ways to Unicorn-Colored Hair

Today the focus is on the entangled ways to unicorn-colored hair! If you checked my throwback post to Venice, you may have noticed a change of hair color. One of my resolution in 2016 was to try unicorn pink hair.  The ‘millennial pink’ shade. Which was pretty bold per se, not to mention that I had to … Read More

Flower Print Wrap Dress Wandering the Streets of Bucharest

Flower Print Wrap Dress Wandering the Streets of Bucharest

It would be fair to admit that dresses are much more of a reason to get out of bed than a pair of jeans or trousers. In high contrast with my Dutch fellows who are keen on jeans. In Amsterdam they even organize the Denim Days as we speak (17-23 April this year). With the highest … Read More

Resin Bangles and Pink Gingham for Spring

Resin Bangles and Pink Gingham for Spring

No more looking for past spring vacations today. I am broadcasting from Dutch spring. After March treated us with high temperatures, these days were quite chilly. You wouldn’t say that seeing these pictures, right? Maybe a red nose here and there? Even with the 12 degrees outside, the magnolias are however at their best. Almost every house … Read More

Flirty White Dress Holding the Rein in Venice

Flirty White Dress Holding the Rein in Venice

The weather outside brought me back to the long weekend spent in Venice last year. I was holding the rein wearing a flirty white dress with blue wheels print. The dress and a pair of metallic purple shoes drew my attention to &other Stories shop. For me, a white dress is the most challenging piece of clothing. To … Read More

Purple Velvet without Rain on the Small Harbor

Purple Velvet without Rain on the Small Harbor

          Afraid of spring getting out too fast of its corner, I decided to take advantage of this grey day and wear my purple velvet blazer. My check shirt is also too thick for a regular spring day. But what I am saying? Nothing is regular when it comes to weather in … Read More

Pink Prom Skirt in the Country of Once

Pink Prom Skirt in the Country of Once

The theme park Het Land van Ooit (literally translated as The Country of Once) seemed like a perfect place to walk in this prom skirt. A fairy-tale park, opened in 1989, went bankrupt after almost twenty years. Do fairy-tales go bankrupt? Well… This is quite surprising because Dutch people are really keen on amusement parks. They even … Read More

Edgy Look on the Highline in Lowlands

Edgy Look on the Highline in Lowlands

  Apparently I have some kind of attraction for industrial design. The Paleisbrug (or the Bridge of the Palace) is opened since 2015 and it links the most eccentric district of the city, Paleiskwartier, with the center. Maybe eccentric is not the best word to describe the modern architecture here, but for the Netherlands and its … Read More

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