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Shine through the new year, literally and metaphorically🌟

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Shine through the new year, literally and metaphorically🌟

Shine through. With the holiday season upon us, everybody is prepping up for the most awaited event of the year i.e. New Year's. So are we at the fashion headquarters, mixing and blending colors and fabrics of all sorts to bring something fresh, innovative and beautiful to its wearers.We took some time out to get inspiration from the ongoing bling trend, the inherent festive nature of the event and the latest fashion trends to design this dress. This outfit very much follows the majestic and royal color theme. With purple hues blended with different fabrics  , this dress is meant...

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Meet The Real "Girlboss" Sophia Amoruso.

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Meet The Real "Girlboss" Sophia Amoruso.

  How often does one see a woman standing up for what she thinks is right while she is on a verge of making impulsive decisions? Not often. But Sophia Amoruso is one such woman who did what she believed in, even when it meant a reselling an old clothing piece bought at a thrift store for $8 for $1000 on her eBay account called ‘the Nasty Gal’; it later became a brand that stayed way too long in news for all the wrong reasons like scandals, bankruptcy and what not. Within three months of her somewhat feminist startup, everything...

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Bohemian style? Yes please! | So what is "Bohemian style" after all?

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Bohemian style? Yes please! | So what is "Bohemian style" after all?

So what is "Bohemian style" after all? The last years is a term we use, "wear" and like, a lot! "Bohemian style, often referred to as “boho” or “boho chic” is a style of dressing that was popularized during the 1960s and 1970s though it is possible to trace the roots back further. The essence of bohemian is focusing on free and flowy fabrics." Where does the Bohemian style come from? Bohemians (also sometimes referred to as gypsies) emerged as a counterculture in France after the French Revolution ended in 1799. The Revolution placed many artists into poverty, forcing them to adopt a nomadic, minimalistic lifestyle. Bohemian clothing...

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What about Postmodern Jukebox?

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What about Postmodern Jukebox?

 You need to put your earphones on before reading this article and pop up the volume. Today is PMJ day, if you know them i am sure you love them, if not, this is your lucky day! I think it was 3 years ago when a friend of mine that lives in the UK, introduced me to this unique and uplifting band called, Postmodern Jukebox, also widely known as PMJ. Well it's not a band, in the traditional way, it is more a collective of musicians, formed and arranged by the pianist Scott Bradlee. I might learned about them on 2013, but...

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Meet Maria Katsoufi at "Embrace your unique self"!

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Meet Maria Katsoufi at "Embrace your unique self"!

Hey everyone! This is a very special day for my blog. I am very excited to present a new series of posts by the name “Embrace your unique self”. This section will feature interviews of everyday women with distinctive personalities and styles. Also they have one thing in common. They embrace their unique self and they are not shy to show it. So today I am presenting you our first guest 20-year old Maria from Thessaloniki. Maria is a University student, a professional dancer and a member of the e-radio infinitygreece.com. She talked about her personal style, her favorites things...

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