Interiors: White and Grey Scandinavian Interior

Project Fairytale: Scandinavian Apartment

A gloomy day needs a gorgeous interior to dream about and delicious coffee next to my hand. And we are all set, now we can patiently wait for spring (Denisa this is for you). I really like the white and grey combination and that distressed dining table is probably my favourite piece.

Project Fairytale: Scandinavian Apartment

Project Fairytale: Scandinavian Apartment

Project Fairytale: Scandinavian Apartment

Project Fairytale: Scandinavian Apartment

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Inspiration: Misty Copeland Recreates Edgar Degas’s Ballerinas

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In my teenage, I used to be obsessed with impressionism and one of my favourite painters was Edgar Degas. And I am not going to lie, it was because of the dancers he portrayed in the most elegant and dreamy postures. And Misty Copeland, the first African-American Female Principal Dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, recreated these works of art for the coming exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

The series of photographs is inspired by Edgar Degas’s paintings and sculptures of dancers at the Paris Opéra Ballet he began working in the 1860s. The images show the reality of this glamorous world, with ballerinas repeating, training and hanging around the back-stages as well as on stage.

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Style Inspiration: Stephane Rolland Spring 2016 Couture

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When I think about couture, I invariably link the term with my French knowledge and consider the craftsmanship behind. And for me a couture gown does not need any auxiliary details, just the shapes and the fabrics being able to give the gowns that needed fluidity and movement that ensures the “couture” adjective. And this is what this Stephane Rolland collection is all about: no unnecessary details, no flashy ornaments, just precious fabrics and perfect craftsmanship. <3

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Interiors: Dries van Noten’s Belgian Paradise

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A neoclassical villa in the Belgian medieval town of Lier is the paradise designer Dries van Noten and his partner Patrick Vangheluwe call home. Even more impressive than the lavish interiors, adorned with silk wallpaper and Venetian chandeliers, are the 55-acre park and gardens designed by landscape architect Erik Dhont which features a zigzag yew hedge and a Victorian rose garden.

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Inspiration: 5 Dreamy Ideas for Valentine’s Day

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Every day I come across a lot of inspiring images or ideas and if I cannot find a way to categorize them in my daily article routine I usually forget about them or add them to a Pinterest board and then forget about them. Well, forget is not the correct term in this particular case, because they leave an impression on my mind and on my esthetic but their physicality is lost. So, I thought I would share them here from time to time (at least once a week is my initial plan, let’s see if I can keep up with it) and I hope they will prove to be inspiring for you too.

This batch of links is focused a little on the coming Valentine’s day, with a sweet DIY and some even sweeter bonbons, but I also want to celebrate the approach of spring with pastels and lovely style ideas.

The first image was something that is fueling my new obsession with white as right now I am focusing on adding some more white pieces in my wardrobe. The fact that it featured Rosie is an added bonus and you can check out the whole editorial here, for even more white inspiration (I will probably share it also these days). I just love the whole styling and, besides the white everything, her hair is a goal for my Valentine’s Day date.

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I have a thing about culottes and still believe in their sartorial power, so this simple and stylish outfit looks perfect for the coming sunny days.

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When it comes to make-up “conservative” is my middle name (you should probably replace that with “lazy”), so black or bronze eyeliner and a striking lip color are what I normally wear but spring makes me a little bold and this iridescent make-up from Vogue China seems like a something a fairytale character would wear. So why not me? :)

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I don’t know if I ever mentioned this around here but I am a huge origami lover. I do not have the time or the skills I would like to have but folding the silky paper and obtaining amazing shapes really calms me down and offers me a different perspective on things. So this lovely and love-filled DIY idea is now stuck in my head and will probably not leave until I make it myself.

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Finally, after today’s decadent treat what could work better that some more decadence: in the form of this delicious and sweet looking bonbons that would also make a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your special someone because let’s be honest, who doesn’t like chocolate?

I really hope these ideas inspired you as well! ;)

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Wednesday’s Specials: Chocolate Salted Caramel Pavlova

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This is too much even for me: meringue, salted caramel and chocolate meeting up in this decadent dessert that could probably bring a smile to anyone’s face. You might say it’s too sweet but I would respond that it’s also salted. You might say it’s too heavy, but meringues are light as a feather. You might even say that it’s complicated and I will say you just need a good and reliable oven and you’re set. So what is keeping you?

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You can find the complete recipe and even more mouth-watering pictures (I could not handle more than two) on WildeOrchard.

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Weddings: 10 Gorgeous Bouquets for a Winter Wedding

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A winter wedding can be challenging both for the bride and groom and for the guests. But in the same time it can be a gorgeous affair, with stunning scenery and a holiday atmosphere. So, if you have a meaningful date in November, December or even January or February (Valentine’s Day is just around the corner) just go for it and make the whole thing something that everyone will remember. And these 10 inspiring bouquets could be a starting point, with their vibrant colors and more tangible textures. For a summer wedding I imagine a very delicate, almost imperceptible bouquet, that will not distract in any way the attention from the flow of the ceremony.

But, in the crisp winter air, when the wedding dress is most often covered a colorful bouquet featuring roses, dahlias or even succulents could be the star of your appearance. Just make sure you choose the one that suits best your personality.

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Fairytale Dress: Parlor Bridal

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Last week Denisa shared the dreamy bridal line from Parlor and I could not wait to steal it and put it on Project Fairytale. And the time has come, so please enjoy these beauties. Extra love for the fact that we are talking about a Romanian brand, made to measure in Bucharest, using the finest fabrics like silk, organza, tulle, Solstiss and Chantilly lace with the most precious handmade embroideries, made with Swarovski elements and pearls. Plus, any model you choose can be personalized to best suit your personality <3

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Interiors: Modern Air in an 19-century Shell

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A light filled apartment in Lyon in a building from 1852 that perfectly preserves the classical style, yet adding modern details that makes it even more stunning. The shape of the apartment is circular, around an inner courtyard which makes it appear even bigger. All the decor objects in the apartment are from the owners travels around the world and famous designers.

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Style Inspiration: Luisa Beccaria at Milan Fashion Week Spring 2016

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In case you didn’t notice I am impatiently waiting for spring to come, I am sick and tired of cold days and colder nights and snow filled streets in Bucharest. So I cannot help it if I have only pastels and florals and light dresses on my mind, even if I am black pants, black t-shirt kinda gal even on a sunny and warm spring day. And this collection by Luisa Beccaria is the epitome of spring, muted colors, light fabrics and transparencies.

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