Lookbook September 2017

Hello everyone,

This is the last September blog post, which means I will do a September lookbook. Well, to be completely honest with you, I was going to make an absolutely different post. As you might have noticed, the blog works as a sort of transcript for my YouTube videos. I finally found the courage to actually sit down in front of the camera and talk to you, despite being quite self-conscious about my foreign accent, and write a transcript later for the blog. And guess what. My camera, for some reason unknown to me, was not recording the audio for the video, even though it used to. I tried to record multiple different videos to see why it does that but it just doesn’t work. Thank god, I found out just after filming a short rehearsal clip. Let me tell you, I would be f**king upset if I thought I was filming the video and later found out that I didn’t.

Anyway, let’s wrap this rant up. Instead of the original blog post, which will hopefully be here next week, I decided to do a lookbook and share with you my favourite outfits I’ve been wearing this month. I hope you enjoy it. Let’s get into it!

Outfit no. I

This look features a simple white T-shirt from Primark and on top of it, I’m wearing a suedette camel toned beige dress also from Primark. Honestly, I never thought I would like this type of dress, but when I saw them in the shop the other day, I told myself ‘why not?’. Now I’m glad I bought them.


I styled this outfit with my new beige ankle boots from Forever 21, which I’ve been looking for such a long time, but I couldn’t find the perfect pair. Well, now you have it. This look is quite modest with accessories as I chose only a simple black choker from Primark with a golden diamond shaped embellishment on it.


Outfit no. II

This outfit is significantly bolder than the previous one and I love it! The burgundy T-shirt is from Primark. The black skirt, however, is from Tally Weijl.


Those black faux leather vintage style shoes are from Primark. Unfortunately, I have no idea where those black knee-high socks are from. However, I bet my head you can find them in Primark as well. The black hat is from Forever 21. I wanted a hat like this for the longest time but I couldn’t find it anywhere. Like the boots from the previous outfit. Unfortunately, Primark didn’t have hats like this but Forever 21 didn’t disappoint me. Forever 21 never does. The necklaces, which you could have already seen here on my blog, are from Primark.


Outfit no. III

This look was my absolute obsession when I was in the Czech Republic earlier this month. When we arrived from Croatia, my luggage stayed at my dad’s for a day while I was at my mum’s, and so I didn’t have anything to wear. Well, I made an inspection to my mum’s wardrobe and found these black jeans from Pull&Bear there. They are at least two sizes too large for me but that’s probably why I love them so much. Long story short, now they are mine. The white shirt, which I’ve had in my wardrobe for what feels like forever is from Primark and there I bought the black faux fur waistcoat as well. Can we appreciate the waistcoat for a moment? It’s sooooo soft! I’ve been completely obsessed with faux fur and burgundy clothes lately.


The black ankle boots from Forever 21 have been featured in a couple of my previous lookbooks, but never mind. I love them. Another item already used in my lookbooks are the golden necklaces from Primark.


Outfit no. IV

And last but not least comes this simple slightly warmer outfit which is perfect for the chilly September weather but when you don’t necessarily feel like wearing something too warm because it’s usually not so chilly in the afternoon as it is in the morning. The plum-ish/dark purple jumper is from Primark and I paired it with those comfortable black trousers from New Yorker.


The black boots, which make my legs look super long, by the way, are from Deichmann. The choker is from Primark.

So, that’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed this lookbook and don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel as well!

xoxo, S. V.

Travel Diary: Prague 2017

Hello everyone,

After my trip to Dubrovnik, I went to the Czech Republic for a couple of days. You know, to see my family once in a while, get everything that needed to be sorted done and all that kind of stuff. It occurred to me that it would be nice to have a stroll through the streets of Prague (which I’ve never really done, to be honest) and write a blog post about it. In fact, I didn’t want to call this a ‘travel diary’ since it’s really not a travel diary. It’s more of an explore diary. However, I want all of my travel diaries, this one included, to fit in one category and to not complicate anything in the process I will stick to ‘travel diary’.

I picked a random day of my stay and the weather was just perfect for the occasion. The sun was shining bright and only several clouds were rushing through the sky. My first stop was the Old Town square. More specifically the astronomical clock. I was lucky. I arrived about five minutes to 1 PM which meant I was going to see the apostles displaying themselves in the windows of the clock tower.

Then I walked across the square, toward Pařížská street, passing by the Old New Synagogue to Letná. I wanted to get a nice shot of the city skyline, but unfortunately, it was already quite crowded, so I climbed down all the stairs and headed to the Prague castle. I left the busy streets and its iconic trams and wound up at the entrance gate. However, the best part of that location was an open view Starbucks café where you could sip your favourite coffee while savouring the spectacular view over the historical city and Petřín hill.

When I had enough of the beautiful vista (or had I?), I walked down the stairs again, wandering through the Lesser Quarter to the Charles Bridge. I walked this bridge about only five times in my entire life but I would love to do it again. The atmosphere was indescribable. Artists selling their paintings and drawings, the sound of harmonica spread all over the bridge and the scent of roasted almonds made me crave them. Though I’m pretty sure they weren’t even made there, but my brain tried to trick me because it was my favourite food the buy there when me and my family went to our annual Christmas Prague trip.

Then I continued to the quaint streets of the Old Town. And I got lost. Although, to be honest. I didn’t mind at all. And then I ended my trip at the Wenceslas Square where St. Wenceslas in onlooking the city from his horse. I buried myself in one the uncomfortable seats in the train on my way back rewarding myself with some Studentská pečeť chocolate, the best Czech chocolate. Even though, my friends would try to convince me otherwise.

You see, I used to hate Prague, and anything Czech really. But for some reason, I’ve grown fond of it even though I’m certainly not planning to move back to my country anytime soon.

I hope you enjoyed this post and don’t forget to check my YouTube channel as well! See you next time!

xoxo, S. V.

Lookbook Vacation 2017

Hello everyone,

Today I would like to share with you another lookbook. Lookbooks are my most read blog posts and the most watched videos on my YouTube channel, and they are my favourite to create as well. Quite frankly, I was contemplating not posting this particular lookbook at all. You see, it’s already September and this is a summer lookbook. A vacation one, to be exact. It’ already the autumn time but this year I just can’t part with summer and unfortunately I had a late vacation this year and I just fell in love with all of those looks so I decided to post this anyway. I was looking forward all summer to wear these outfits because the English weather was not doing me favour. So, let’s jump straight into it!

Outfit no. I

For the first outfit, I chose a simple white shirt from Primark with the brown vintage style skirt from Forever 21 which you could have already seen in one of my previous lookbooks. The white lacey choker is from Primark as all of my necklaces and chokers.


All of the looks feature these brown high heel sandals from Forever 21 because when we go on a vacay, we need to economise with the stuff we pack into our luggage, right?


Outfit no. II

This one is my definite favourite of this lookbook. I was promenading in this outfit through the streets of Dubrovnik and I received quite a few stunned looks from the fellow passing by tourists. Anyway, the white lacey top is from Forever 21, as well as the maxi skirt, which you could have, once again, already seen in my previous lookbook.


The flower crown, the absolute best part of this entire look as well as my favourite part is from Forever 21, too. Yep, you guessed it right. It’s my go-to place to shop for clothes. I wish I could wear the flower crown more often, you see, I feel like it’s expressing my true nature but I think it’s too much even for London. Besides, as I said, it’s already autumn, and therefore I would look like a freak wearing a summer flower crown in autumn.


Outfit no. III

This outfit was my go-to look when on the beach. The tunic is from Lindex. You expected Forever 21, didn’t you? Nope, no Forever 21 in this look. Well, if you don’t count the sandals. Okay. It was kind of pointless. Anyway, the bikini is from New Yorker, and the necklace is from Primark. I bought the sunglasses at a street market in Dubrovnik because I forgot my trustworthy Ray-Bans and these just caught my eye.


Outfit no. IV

And the last outfit features my greatest obsession of this summer, maxi dress. Well, if I don’t count the flower crown. I guess we all can agree that I’ve been pretty obsessed with fashion this summer. The dress is from Forever 21 and the headband is from Claire’s.

By the way, all the necklaces and rings are my Pandora ones, which I wear in every single lookbook. Yep, I need to pay more attention to these pieces too, and use different jewellery from time to time.

That will be everything for today’s post. Don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel, as well!

See you next time!

xoxo, S. V.

Travel Diary: Dubrovnik 2017

Hello everyone,

Today I’m going to share with you my recent trip to Dubrovnik, Croatia aka King’s Landing. I found out several months ago, that my favourite TV show has been filmed in this city which I visited at least five times already, and perhaps it was the reason why I was more thrilled about this trip more than ever.


The street Boshkoviceva where you can sit on the Iron Throne

Dubrovnik is one of my favourite cities to visit. In fact, it’s my fourth favourite city. I’ve got five, to be exact. Anyway, I’m quite confident to say that it’s a sort of a Czech tradition at this point to make a road trip to Croatia as a form of summer holidays. Although it’s pretty tiresome to spend whole twenty-four hours in a car, I’ve come to a state where I realised that I actually love it. It’s uncomfortable but you get to see things you wouldn’t actually see from the plane. Well, in fact, I flew from London to Dubrovnik and then drove to the Czech Republic with my family, where I am at this moment.


View on the old part of Dubrovnik from the walls

I arrived in the Čilipi Airport, completely sleepy after a night spent in the Stansted Airport, because there were no convenient means of connection to get here at the time I needed, so I had to arrive there the night before. Surprisingly, I wasn’t as sluggish as I supposed I would be after the sleepless night, maybe due to the refreshing water of the Adriatic Sea which I jumped into as soon as I could.


The House of Undying aka part of the walls

The best day, however, was the third day of my holidays. It was the day when we finally bought our boat tickets and sailed to Dubrovnik from Cavtat. I’m sorry I don’t know all the names of the locations in these pictures.


Stradun (the main street of the old city)

That’s everything for today’s post. Hope you enjoyed it and don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel.

xoxo, S. V.