A few days ago I came back from a baptism in Castel Gandolfo,¬†a small town that¬†belongs to the region of¬†Castelli Romani,¬†south from¬†Rome. The whole region is very famous for its wine and delicious pork and I have been living there for the past few months because my parents were renovating our future apartment in Rome (Here the link¬†to that crazy & chaotic period of moving). A few months passed, we moved and then it was time to come back to the Castelli for the baptism of one of my many cousins (really…don’t ask me how many I have because we are A LOT!) and¬†this is what I decided to wear: Top: Michael Kors ( new collection here or similar here) Trousers: Mango (here) Bag: Chanel Woc (similar here¬†or similar dupe 1¬†and similar dupe 2) Shoes: Zara (similar here) [/left] The best part were the palazzo-trousers: light fabric,¬†easy to wear, satin material and elastic waist. It has been one of my favorite pieces to-go because¬†of its light¬†material (FYI, I bought an S and the fit is perfect). Generally Palazzo trousers with…

Spring & Summer Accessories Inspiration

How to find your Style | #TheClosetFiles

Today I am sharing with you the first of a three part mini-series¬†in “How to find your style and build a Capsule Wardrobe”. I have been working on it for quite a while, tried to film it multiple times (but the camera kept refusing to focus me) and here it is! Inspiration: Use Pinterest, look for things that other people are wearing that somehow are appealing to you, magazines, books, photos: everything that you like and save it in¬†one place. It could be a folder on your computer or an inspiration board that you¬†have near your. The important thing is that you start understanding what you like and what you don’t. Ask yourself: which clothes would I feel comfortable in wearing everyday? Be practical and try to visualize yourself and how you would feel when you would wear that pair of jeans or that vintage dress. Find the Patterns. The more you will be looking for inspiration, the quicker your taste is going to evolve. You will realize that maybe some¬†things that you saved in your inspiration board are not…


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A small (not too small) Christmas present

This year, after a very chaotic Christmas, I decided to treat myself with something that was on my wish-list since years. I know, probably it’s not the most original present but hey, I’d rather have something that I love and wear everyday. As I usually do, I saved some money, went and bought myself the present (any resemblance with Samantha from Sex and the City here?) and ta-dah! I am a proud owner of a Tiffany necklace. I got the pendant¬†and the chain separately and combined¬†them together. The pendant is in size medium and the chain is in the small version of the classical Tiffany necklace. The length is the same as the original but I find it somehow finer. Material is Silver925 and the cost was 210 Euros. I recommend being very careful as the pendant is very delicate and can be easily scratched (that’s unfortunately the downsize) but that aside is a very classical and fine everyday piece.