Sunday 8 January 2017

Sicily covered in snow

Today has been about cannoli and snowy landscapes.

We headed to Piana degli albanesi, a small area in the mountains known for the largest Albanian community in Italy and also and for its best Sicilian cannolo. (How is it even possible that the best Sicilian cannolo is made by Albanian people? -insert funny emoticon here)

Being in Sicily, we kind of forgot about winter and all that stuff, so no worries. But at ~800m altitude, you can usually find snow (even in Sicily) and uncleaned roads (especially in Sicily).

A bunch of happy kids and parents were making snowmans or putting together some sliding slopes, overjoyed to see the winter miracle. As happiness is a great feeling which makes you forget about unimportant details (such as the car you left in the middle of the road) sliding problems occurred.

After some struggle with our tiny Skoda Fabia (which actually proved us once again that it's the most powerful car one could ever own), we got there!

Beautiful landscape, snowy rocks, the crystal clear lake, and also the best cannolo. And as a gourmand as I can proudly call myself, I couldn't stop at eating only one, so after 2 enormous cannoli, I could as well try rolling on our way home.

Such a nice Sicilian winter day! 

Wearing: Roxi's Fine Cut winter jacket, Musette boots, Zara dress.

Tuesday 28 June 2016

Discovering the Netherlands

in Zaanse Schans, Holland

  • Roxi's Fine Cut Jacket
  • H&M T-shirt
  • Stradivarius Jeans
  • Nike Shoes

Sunday 5 June 2016

the MOROCCAN experience

in Rabat  الرباط , Morocco

It's already two weeks since we came back from our first trip to another continent.
It was truly fascinating, but I'm going to be honest about this: I was quite shocked when I firstly arrived.
I would say I traveled to many places so far, but all on them being in Europe, I had a very strong idea of how cities and buildings should look like. And I was so naive.
Morocco is so beautiful, yet so very different than what I was used to.
People are very friendly, the food is awesome and the architecture is, without any doubt, remarkable. But you can anytime expect a donkey carrying some gas cylinders, cities with no paved streets where people walk barefoot all day long, or unused (death) animal parts on the ground in the meat market.
But don't get me wrong. It's that kind of shock that makes you want to return the very minute you get back home.
Morocco is a very interesting place, for sure, and I have to return, because I've seen so little of it!
I might as well make a special post with the unique details I found there, but for now, have a look at the second jacket from the summer collection!

Zara Dress
Vans Shoes

note: I tried to give my outfit a summer look with this dress, but after 20 minutes I went back to the hotel and grabbed some pants. There's no way you will feel comfortable wearing something like this in Morocco.

Sunday 29 May 2016


in Seville, Spain

My trip to Seville was like a revelation for me. All the architecture, the small colorful details coming from the Arabic influence, the relaxed and warm people and the delicious fresh drinks, all had me at the first sight. 
I also took with me one jacket from the summer collection; the weather was great and I also found this nice spot to take these photos.
Seems to me like a good debut of the new collection.
*Other jackets are coming in a really short time!


Roxi's Fine Cut Jacket
Zara Jumpsuit
Birkenstock Sandals
Vintage Purse