Dress to Kill

In the run up to Christmas celebration and New Year party, we frantically search for “The Dress” to stand out and shine at numerous events you have planned.

With all the assortment out there, there is always a question of money, originality, style, functionality. Our heads are spinning to make the right choice.  And let’s be honest:nothing hunts us girls like the things we did not buy.

Life isn’t perfect but your outfit  could be. It can rock and cost you nothing. Even, when your Christmas party theme is …well… Dracula.

Check out few picks for the festive season and get inspired with ideas.

Simple, classic, dramatic or sexy – you never loose with a black dress:

An elegant open back dress with a jour sleeves is styled with the gorgeous dark lipstick  NYX , matte, shade 11.



Chiffon Velvet Dress Asos with an accent on flawless eye lashes from H&M creates the dramatic evening look.



Red lipstick from Cover girl and a little black dress from Top Shop would fit any party theme and looks adorably playful with fun accessories. Hand made earrings from Mongolian market makes this outfit truly unique.



When in doubt wear read:

Zara red dress with a gorgeous smile and messy ponytail. Simplicity is the key to the true elegance. Watch out Gigi, you have got some competition:)



Number one rule of fashion -forget the rules. If you like it wear it:

Comic book hero look can be sexy and a scene-stealer of the party. Vintage skirt, white shirt from high school times, H&M choker. Pale skin, perfect high pigtails and contact lenses to add the edge and transform to someone complitely different.



Friday night: me, you & my leather jacket.

Black faux leather Jacket Zara, turtle neck  H&M. Mac lipstick Ruby Woo.Style with attitude.



A dress makes no sense unless it inspires man to take it off of you…



On Katka: Renata Blassi winter black dress

On V: Tuxedo jacket& pants H&M, choker from Prague designer Mila, make up & hairstyle by Jitka Novotná


Friday office crime

Office plankton  – not the easiest environment to play with styles or get creative with your outfit. Dress code is very strict, professional, boringly appropriate and mainly black, white, grey.

But here is the silver lining…this one day, second favorite F word of the universe – Friday (aka Casual Friday).

Love those outfits below, which are affordable, combine personality, style and yet a good fit  for office work.



On Josie:  

Skirt: Pimkie

T-shirt: Bershka

sweater: Camaïeu

Sneakers: Van’s by Freshlabels

Earings: I AM



On Katarina:            

Blouse: Small store in Milano

Jeans: Pieces

Watches: JVD (steel)



         On Arina:  

Cropped sweater: Primark UK

Denim high-waisted skirt: Second hand

Choker: Woolworths UG

Boots:  Deichmann CZ



     On Veronika:

Oversize  T shirt: Top Shop

Jeans: Calvin Klein

Boots: Bata



Friday, Morning, Bridge

Everyone has highs and lows that they have to learn from.  This morning I had a privilege  to start off the day  with a great work out, a swim and a walk to the office in a beautiful city of Prague –  It’s going to be a good day!

When you wake up,  be thankful to be alive, to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. Top it up with a nicely selected outfit and the world is a happy place!



Zara skirt, Chanel bag ,Golden lady tank top (comfy microfiber, ideal for many outfits)



Just Do It

I never believed there can be a universal sport shoes for every outfit. But Nike made it clear, you can pull it off whether it is a leather pencil skirt, office white shirt, jeans or classic MaxMara coat you are wearing , throw on some Nikes and you good to look fabulous and comfy.

And plus, you can design them yourself, which is pretty cool for less the 100$ shoes


Make your own Nike


Boots. Dress. Roof.


That mid season crisis. So long expected first Spring sunshine arrived to the city and you are torn between still dressing warm (like mama always says ) or jumping into ballerinas and light leather jacket. Keeping a mix of winterish black boots  with flirty leather dress, mood is way too playful    Shoes: Bugatti Dress: Zara