Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 28, 2012 | Filed under Fashion
A clear blue sky and the vast ocean around you – a holiday that has to be enjoyed. And the great thing about a cruise: the evening events are already taken care of. You will make a glamorous entrance with this 2-in-1 dress by Anna Scholz for sure. If you like it more casual, you will feel more than comfortable in your own skin wearing this satin shirt (Karoo) and pair of trousers (Maxima).
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 26, 2012 | Filed under Fashion
Butterflies and dragonflies are buzzing over a sea of flowers, once in a while they sit down on roses and hydrangeas to relax. Meanwhile, we take a deep breath of fresh air and are delighted by Mother Nature.
When looking at the new spring collections, we immediately have this picture in front of our minds. Small butterflies and magnificent blossoms have now found their way onto dresses, blouses, and shirts. With these beautiful pieces, we always carry our own little garden close to our hearts.
You can find all spring items here.
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 23, 2012 | Filed under Fashion
Finally, spring has arrived! Now it’s time for colourful explosions in your outfit. How that works? We have picked out some pieces for you that perfectly put this trend into practice.
Orange in all shades is the ideal foundation. Citrus colours are also totally suitable for this, as they look gorgeous next to hues of red and pink, but also in contrast to darker colours, such as black, blue, and grey.
All items in the colourblocking-look, as well as other strong colours to put together a bright outfit, can be found right here.
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 20, 2012 | Filed under Fashion
There’s no better way to start a day: waking up with the sun shining in one’s face. The first decision is to make: breakfast on the balcony, or rather in the livingroom? One thing’s for sure: this romantic tunic isn’t just comfortable, it also looks great combined with colourful accessories.
Posted by Oliver (navabi) on March 15, 2012 | Filed under Fashion
Batik fashion is celebrating its comeback this year! We have put together a short instruction for you on how to create stylish batik fashion at home.
Everything you need:
A shirt, scarf, or skirt (it has to be a 100% cotton)
Plastic bowls or buckets
Common salt or dyeing salt (1 tablespoon for each liter of water)
1 plastic spoon
1 measuring cup
1 pair of gloves
parcel string or rubber bands to tie the knots
old newspapers to cover up the floor