Dress // Sukienka - H&M, Ballerina Pumps // Baletki - Massimo Dutti
"We were late," I thought as we reached the field of sunflowers. Half the field was already cut by visitors, which effectively hinders the pursuit of a photographic vision for those like me. However, since we have already arrived, we will not leave without the beautiful photographs that were born in my head. We just need a good angle I thought. My optimism has not retreated. Although in the end the inspirations collected from the sunflower fields on the fields in Tuscany were significantly different from those we have achieved, I am satisfied. We spent a wonderful time in the bosom of nature and could enjoy both the environment, the weather and most importantly – each other’s company.


Few months ago it appeared to be loud about the new brand to be released by H&M group. This Swedish company, which is well known to most us, has a considerable success which lies in creation of H&M and COS brands. Later formation of & Other Stories only established its position. This group consists of several other brands such as WEEKDAY, Cheap Monday or Monki. Most people began to wonder what their new brand might surprise us with.


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The calendar autumn will only come in a month time, but the weather outside the window wakes me with the irresistible feeling that it is here already. The weather is not good for us this year, but I'm looking forward to the new season with optimism. Autumn, despite its shorter days and lower temperatures, has many positives. I like this season due to the fact that under fashion we have a wider variety of options to show the world. Different materials, cuttings and even colors we can combine together is a true joy for fashion lovers. Therefore, I have prepared for you my small wishlist for the upcoming season. This could not be done without the timeless French accent (and not one!) in the form of a trench coat, stripes and ... beret! I invite you for a little shopping spree :)


Top // Bluzka - Asos, Jeans // Jeansy - Cos, Ballerina pumps // Baletki - Massimo Dutti,
Bag // Koszyk - H&M, Sunglasses // Okulary - Ray Ban, Hat // Kapelusz - TKMaxx

When I was a little girl I liked spending time in the bosom of nature. I was running in the meadows, picking cherries straight from the trees and coming back home smothered under the beard, the same letting my parents know I had a good time that day. The material items were a thing that had given me joy only for a moment, but the whipping in the corn filled me with the greatest joy. Over the years, it is increasingly difficult for us to find this childish enthusiasm. Sometimes in this daily pursuit of things that seem so valuable to us, which are supposed to give us joy, we find it the least. Can we therefore find happiness in the era of such great consumerism and materialism?

It would seem that the answer is simple, but are you sure? Personally, I had a moment of doubt, in which I bought more and more in a hope that I will feel happier. It turned out to be as ephemeral as the money on my bank account. Later books and a trend of minimalism began to appear to help us get rid of unnecessary things and open our gates to stress-free life. While I gradually started to implement many of the novelties, I watched how my desires began to change. Sometimes what's most obvious comes at the very end. So it happened in my case, when I realized that it was me who was responsible for when I felt happy. These are not objects, but moments, the people we share them with are responsible for our state of being.

So what are my ways for full happiness? Well, I will not be exploring if I write that the ideal recipe does not exist. For me, it is still a handful of life, enjoy the trifles that make up our whole life. Why not make a morning feast with a cup of coffee? Have a wonderful picnic with your beloved while walking in the glade? When we learn to appreciate our everyday life, moments with a book, family dinner or walk with a dog, then we will notice that this is happiness!


"Morning, noon, night" by Soho House // Bag - H&M // Perfume Chanel N°5 // Mirror - Chanel

For some time now, I have seen a tendency to have favourite things in a given month. There are many factors which have a direct impact on that, but one and probably the most important is the change of weather. Every month even if it is still the same time of year (the same season), it is different from the previous one. So I decided to prepare a post for you, in which I will present you some of my favorites of July. If you are curious about what I used to choose most frequently, I invite you to continue reading! :)


Hat // Kapelusz - TKMaxx, Dress // Sukienka - Shopbop, Ballerina pumps // Baletki - Massimo Dutti, Cardigan // Sweter - Mango, Bag // Torebka - Zara

In pursuit of the perfect place for a photo shoot, we hit Surrey where the beautiful lavender field is located. When if not in the summer time use the nature surrounding us, which enveloped by the warm sun, appears in even more beautiful colors? Not wanting to underestimate her charm, I chose something modest, but quite romantic for my taste. The white knee dress with a lace bottom and fine frill trim straps seemed to be the ideal solution.


Dress // Sukienka - Marks & Spencer, Shoes // Buty - Stylowe Buty,
Bag // Torebka - Dune, Watch // Zegarek - Michael Kors
Stripes is a pattern which since appearing in women's fashion through Coco Chanel, remained in it for good. French women have long enjoyed it, treating it as something natural and basic, which should be in the wardrobe of each of us. On this issue I have to agree with them. It is a very characteristic pattern, but at the same time classic, which is not only a great base for many outfits, but also makes them look interesting and less boring. This season fashion magazines have remarkably reminded us of the advantages of striped pattern and called to wear them in every possible way from trousers through jumpsuits to dresses.


Another summer month has come to an end. It's hard to believe, but the concept of summer this year is quite an abstract for me. With the exception of June (which I mainly spent in Poland), and one hot week of July, summer days have already exhausted their limit for this year. Therefore, with great hope, I look forward to August, in which we might still be able to enjoy the sun and high temperatures. Meanwhile, like every month I invite you to a small summary of the last few weeks! :)


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