Outfit Idea: How to dress like a Korean girl

11:08 AM
When it comes to mixing prints, I always think of Korean Fashion. Since I have lived there long enough, it is very clear that you will never see so many prints anywhere else in the world. I truly miss my life in South Korea. It was a place where I discovered my love for fashion. My style did change a lot, but I still can't give up on my game when it comes to mixing different patterns or prints. Today, I am wearing a floral printed dress that I wore with my Pull&Bear burgundy sweater. As for outerwear, I chose to dress with my plaid coat that I got a while ago, but I still love styling it every season. And my new ZeroUV sunglasses wonderfully complete my outfit, along with H&M round earrings. As for shoes, I wore my favorite Public Desire silver starred boots. The fly leather mini bag is from Isla Fontaine Venezia.

How to master an edgy look with basics

5:35 AM
Hi, my fashionistas. We are back to styling tips. I have a friend who is pretty good at styling her basic pieces into edgy looks. To be honest, I am not the best when it comes to the basics. It is why you never see me wearing a simple t-shirt or black and white hues in my wardrobe. I love wearing prints, colors and mixing everything together. Our last weekend, we went to one of the local parks, and I thought that it would be great to show my husband around there. Luckily, we had really nice weather, and I pulled out whatever I found in my closet: my striped top that I got a while ago from Korean designer - Lucky Chouette, Zara denim jeans, and a wool coat. As for accessories, I picked my new earrings from H&M and bag from Isla Fontaine Venezia that matched perfectly with my Zara pumps and ZeroUV sunglasses. I believe I nailed the outfit without too much effort. Don't you agree?

Outfit Idea: How to style a red coat this winter

2:27 AM
Hi, guys! Winter is finally here and it is time to share some more chic outfits for the season. As you read in my previous post, I am not big fan of cold weather, but being a blogger makes me wonder how can you stay stylish, yet toasty. Over the last few months, all major stores got full of red clothes. I couldn't resist buying a red coat for the winter season. For this photo shoot, we actually went to the most popular hotel in the mountains in Georgia. I have stayed in Rooms Hotel before, and thought that it would awesome to go back and enjoy a night with my family. Since my mom was replacing my insta husband and has since become my insta mother for the short term, I think we did a pretty good job for shooting this winter editorial lookbook. 
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Brand Review: OHW? Shoes

5:03 AM
Hi, guys. I am going to introduce you to OHW? footwear brand.  OHW? offers an extremely comfortable shoe collection. I was super excited when I got an email about collaborating with them and couldn't wait to show you what I picked. Since it got quite chilly in Tbilisi, I thought that I would love to get a new pair of boots for the winter season. While exploring the OHW? online store, my eyes caught the Women Keegan high boot with shearling lining. I knew that I had to try them on. And you know, I am tremendously happy with my choice! Soft leather and cozy shearling lining has my foot feelings snug right away. I felt like I didn't want to take off my shoes anymore. After trying them on, we decided to take a walk to old town and capture my outfit of the day. You can't imagine how comfy these boots are. You are definitely going to see them on my insta stories all the time, because words don't do justice to how much I love them. Beside their comfiness, they look super trendy! Would you try OHW? footwear?
Bag | Woyoyo  Dress | Fame & Partners Sweater | H&M  Shoes | OHW?

Last minute Christmas gift ideas

10:45 PM
Hi guys! Since we are getting so close to Christmas Eve, I have been a bit busy with all of my latest trips and shopping. I decided to write a blog post today that gives some last-minute gift ideas. In case you are like me, and are not organized for your Christmas shopping, this blog post is for you! 

Here are a few ideas for things you can get for your families or yourself:

-For Fashionistas: Designer Clothes. If you are looking for something stylish, yet comfortable to wear for Christmas Eve, I would consider skinny jeans that would look great with shredded sweater or basic tee. But if you prefer wear something in holiday spirit, check out dresses from NY&Company.

- For Your Home :Canary Security Device. You can't imagine how important it is for me to know that my house is safe, especially when we have been traveling non-stop. One time, we left to the Black Sea, and I got a notification that someone entered the house. Surprisingly, it was our landlord. He came in without telling us in advance. It was very funny to see what they were doing and hearing them talk too. Don't worry, he did call later to explain that they needed to fix something quickly. But all this time, I was watching them via live streaming. It felt a bit weird, but I came to see that having a Security Device is actually awesome. You can order this device right now on Amazon (it's on sale).

- For Photographers: Canon Lens. If you are looking for something special and a bit expensive, get a new lens by Canon. My favorite lens is the Canon EF 50 mm f1/4. It costs more than the Canon EF 50mm f1/8. I had a horrible experience with this lens, and I can't advise you to spend your money on one. It's better to spend extra $$$ for a higher quality lens. If you are a blogger and are looking for a new lens, ask your other-half to give you a Canon EF 50 mm f 1/4. Trust me, you will love it!

- For Foodies: Multi Cooker. If you are lazy like me, or not good at cooking, this is for you or your friend. I found that the Multi Use Crock Pot is going for $56, and I am ordering one for myself as a Christmas gift. My sister has been using it and absolutely loves it. It saves a ton of time and the food actually tastes better.

Things to do in Helsinki

1:23 AM
Hi, traveller. Are ready to explore Northern Europe with me?
I decided to start my blog post from our recent trip to Helsinki. I didn't see so much there, and barely can you give any tips on what you should do there or what to eat, but there are few things that I would like to mention and inspire you to travel to Finland.

I remember when I was a student, my friend's brother told that he was leaving to Finland for his scholarship. To be honest, at this time I thought, "What a crazy man! Why Finland?" After taking my short trip to Helsinki, I realized what I had been missing all along. Yes, it is freaking cold here during the winter. And yes, they have short days in winter and very long days in summer. But learning about Finland, I came to appreciate this amazing and advanced country.

How did we get to Helsinki? We took a ferry from Estonia, which wasn't expensive and not that difficult. It took about 2 hours. On board, we had options to shop and dine. After our short ride, I decided to simply relax in the hotel. On my next day, I went to walk around the city, trying to visit several museums without checking out if they worked on Monday. So, don't make my mistake and make sure to check online if museums are open. There are a few museums that I wanted to check: Kiasma, National Museum of Finland, Design Museum, and Sinebrychoff Art Museum.

Since I didn't get to see any museums, I decided to at least visit the Christmas market located on Helsinki Senate Square where you can buy handmade goodies that are made in Finland. Dominating the square is the most beautiful 19th century Helsinki Cathedral. From there, I walked toward the harbor to check out the market. I started my journey very early in the morning, so everything was closed too. I walked along the harbor to find a vista point at the Tahtitorninvuoren Puisto Park and continued to walk toward the Kiasma museum. After failing to visit the museum, I decided to take a stop at the popular Finish brand store of Marimekko. When I went to Paris Fashion Week this year, I got to see their new spring/summer collection and decided to take my chance to get a small gift for myself as a memory of Finland. If you get chance to travel to Helsinki, make sure to stop there and buy a beautiful scarf or dress, just because it is cheaper to buy there than to shop online. They not only sell women clothes, but also home goods. By lunch time, I decided to take a break for a small bite at one of the cafes, and got a huge portion of salad that was very delicious and cheap. As soon as I finished my lunch, I met with my husband and we decided to check out the most colorful neighborhood in Helsinki - Huvilakatu. Later, we took a ferry to fortress Suomenlinna. Sadly, in the winter season, it quickly gets dark, and we barely could see anything when we arrived to the fortress. After taking a ferry back to the city, we decided to stop at City Museum. We wrapped up our day trying wild bear and reindeer meat at Savotta.

 Helsinki Architecture

Senate Square & Christmas Market

Helsinki Harbor

Tahtitorninvuoren Puisto Park

 St John's Church

Book Store 

Three Smiths Statue



 Uspenski Cathedral

 On the way to Suomenlinna fortress

City Museum Helsinki

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