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Hi, guys! When it comes to change and experimenting new looks, new outfits, I'm up for it. It's great to try it from time to time. Even lately, someone asked me why do I change my look all the time? Then, it hit me, this "chameleon" gig is kinda my signature, cause that's what I do, I change, I transform, I evolve. The same with my style, I'm always experimenting and trying to assume different styles. I love it. It's part of who I am :). About today's look I don't have much to say, just that it's kinda of a casual chic look, with a touch of boho, adequate to my crazy hair-do.

What I wore: - Zara jeans - Morgan de Toi knitted top - Bershka bandeau - Zara heels and clutch
Hope you like my simple, yet chic look. I really love these Zara shoes that I have for maybe an year now?! Wow, time really flies... Kisses, R.

Rio de Janeiro, capital of Brazil aka "January River"

Hello, loves !  I know that maybe I've been a bit short on outfit posts lately, but I had lots of catching up to do (at work mostly). So, today I decided to continue with my article on Rio de Janeiro and finally publish it. As you all know, I recently went a week in Rio. After a long long flight ( 2h45 to Lisbon, and 10h to cross the ocean to Brazil), I was finally there, a Wednesday evening, tired and all, but feeling so great that I've managed to get to South America for the first time. I know rain is a bit rare in that part of Brazil, but apparently there was a cyclone "visiting" near by. Before I knew it, I was in my simple hotel room at Copa Sul, a bit wet from the pouring rain. I went to sleep right away. The next day I went, as I always do when arriving in a new place, visiting the surroundings a little. I was two blocks away from Copacabana beach and 10 minutes by foot from Ipanema (the other famous beach of Rio). Evidently, the city and people were always on th…


Hi, guys! I'm finally back from my awesome vacation and I'm full of energy, even though I managed to get a nasty cough along the way. But I'm happy to be back, at least to update my blog. I have so much catching up to do, but all in due time. I'll be covering my trip soon as well in a blog post ( hopefully next week), and I'll write one about Cape Verde also, as I saw that I didn't write an article yet. Anyway, today was sunny in Brussels. The more reason to finally wear my zippered skirt and asymmetric wave print top, both from Romwe. If you're wondering about the title, well, there's this amazing song I like. Here it is, maybe you'll like it too, in case you don't know it:

What I wore: - Romwe asymmetric blouse ( find it here) - Romwe zippered skirt ( find it here) - Sacha wallet - Zara shoes and sunnies
So, this is what I wore today. It's so nice to go out a little bit. Yesterday I had so many things to do around the house that I didn't left h…

Down the Rabbit Hole

Hi, loves! I especially kept this final look to share with you, guys because I noticed a rabbit was "involved", so I find it perfect for today's outfit post, as it is Easter. Speaking of this big day, I just wanted to wish you well a Happy Easter and may you spend this day surrounded by family and friends. I'm now far far away from home and really miss Mom's cooking and going to church to get light, as the tradition in our country implies. But I'll be back in Brussels on Wednesday, so I'll still catch an Easter day with my family. Meanwhile, I have tons of stories to tell you about Rio, and the vacation isn't over yet, so I'm sure I'll do a post on the plane and post it as soon as I get home to share with you, loves, my "tale from Rio". ( you can follow my Instagram for more insides) For now, I'm going to leave you with the outfit I've prepared, featuring this lovely sweater from Romwe:


What I wore: - Romwe sweatshirt ( find it h…