31 October, 2013


 Good morning darlings!

How are you feeling today? Almost friday right!? (; I would like to keep this good vibes going with the outfit I'm bringing today. Tree weeks ago I made an inspirational post about different (freaky) T-shirts in this outfit I'm wearing an example of what I meant. I felt in love with this t-shirt this last summer, I remember sawing it and thinking "that's the attitude!. It's comfortable, simple and I love the shape. But the protagonists of this outfit are also the jeans, maybe I should say THE jeans. Could a pair of jeans be cooler than this ones?! They are from the "MOTO" collection of Top Shop, I also have them on black (you can see them here and here), love their retro shape... I'm a oh-rock-'n-roll-me-please girl! I decided to complete the look with the cat eye sunglasses from ASOS.
The pictures are made Oihane Molinero, my unconditional lifesaver! I wanna thank her for sharing this adventure with me and of course for this great pictures!

Kisses from London!

29 October, 2013


Today I bring you another inspirational post about fashion editorials. This one comes from a fashion stylist college from Spain: Jose Herrera. Jose is an accomplished and experienced stylist, director of the Talents agency from Madrid. He started working designing complements and garments for cinema. When he was 19 years old traveled to Madrid where he stayed and started assisting professional stylist.

I personally admire his job and his originality. I find brilliant the way he manage to mix and match on his creations, keeping a perfect harmony between commercially and creative. This pictures are just an example, the editorial was focused on accessories more precisely BAGS. What do you think about it?

I wish you a lovely day!
xX Clara

25 October, 2013


Hello folks! 
I'm sorry about my lasts two weeks, I'm not posting as much as I would honestly like but it's for a good reason! I started working assisting a professional stylist and at the same time I still working in the Royal Academy of Arts in London with a part time to pay my rent, (gosh! Living in London is *ucking expensive!) So it's more difficult for me finding the proper time to do some nice outfits shooting. I would like to keep this blog updated at least three or four times a week, but I rather prefer doing quality post than taking some crapy pictures just to upload every day. 
Today I show you some pictures that my photographer friend Nico Ortiz took few weeks ago. He just arrived to London and we met for a coffee in Putney, he enjoys taking portraits so he just shoot me the way I am, with the clothes I was wearing that day: jeans, soft sweater (from New Looks winter collection) and Adidas snickers. Perfect look to walk around London, simple, warm, comfortable... and totally me! I hope you like it, have a lovely day... Ah! And if you like lemon cakes... Try the one on Costa ;)
Kisses from London!
xX Clara

22 October, 2013

Leyva CASH

Hello and good morning!
Today's post is another sample of one of my old jobs. This session was my humble tribute to one of the figures that I most adore: Johnny Cash. In this editorial we wanted to pay tribute to the singer from Nashville, a man who touched the hearts of millions of people and that even today, 10 years after his death, continues to inspire...
It was made a year ago, with a great team, people that i particularly enjoyed working with. I hope you guys love it as much as we do, have a lovely day!
Kisses from London,
Clara Xx

16 October, 2013


Hey ya! 
I bring you another fashion editorial post, to inspire our selves a little bit! It was realized by the accomplished fashion photographer Lara Jade. I felt in love with this editorial, especially with the following picture. I found it original and full of grace, the display, the location, and the clothing (this feathers skirt... My God!). Isn't it what fashion editorials should be? Something driving you to the imaginary world of their creators? Well, at least this is how I think they should be: a story told through pictures, a mirror of your imagination, dreams and fears, and of course, your passions.
Have a lovey day!
Clara Xx

15 October, 2013


Good morning babes! 
I'm in a rush so I'll be quick, Jeje Here you have an outfit post, with oriental inspiration! I also tried to show you another way to wear some velvet garments, as you might now, velvet is back as a trend and some of my friends were asking me "how can I wear it?", "It only seems appropriated for night time" "I look overdressed"... And it's simple! Find your "velvet crush", a garment that you'll feel confident wearing, something wearable with jeans (a pair of jeans always help ;)) or simply create something different inspired by this velvet fever! I used a crop top and a kimono both made with velvet material to make this exotic look, I hope you like it! Have a lovely day!!
Kisses from London!

PS: The pictures are all made by the photographer Oihane Molinero.

11 October, 2013


Good morning!
As the readers already know one of my passions are fashion editorials, that was the reason why I choose to study fashion design, to express and created concepts through fashion artistic side. 
Today I would like to share with you a fashion beauty editorial realized by the photographer Martin Sweers The first time I saw it I felt in love with the whole idea: the make, the clothes, the colors, the accessories, the attitude of the models ... I'm sure you'll agree it's beyond original! Those are the kind of shootings I love! The ones which express something, the ones that hit you, that make you react! 
What do you think about it? 

Make-up Ingrid van Hemert | Styling Iris Esther Woering| Models Puck @ Tjarda MM Sanne @ Micha Models

check it out !

10 October, 2013



Hello sugar pies! 
I had the idea of doing some posts from time to time about exhibitions going on in London related to Fashion. I thought since this blog talks about London and about fashion some of you might be interested on it. I'm just giving my humble opinion, so please don't be offended if I don't like something that you loved or I love something that you hated, at the end of the day this is a free world!  ;) 
Let's move on! I would like to start the first post about exhibitions talking about a regular one of the Victoria and Albert Museum. I saw it two months ago and I really enjoyed it, you can find it on the first floor of the museum (the museum holds many different exhibitions, some of them only for a short time) it's worthy to see it. I specially enjoyed the fashion collection: it spands five centuries. From 16th to some Vivienne Westood designs. I love costume clothes, so this exposition made my day! Male, female and even kids clothes mainly European (predominately English and French). You'll find stunning garments with all kind of details: folds, pleats, embroidery, ruffles, authentic art pieces of attire! The collection also includes a wide range of accessories that will left you speechless.
And don't forget about the textiles exhibition part: textiles from Predynastic Egypt to the present day. Almost all textile techniques are represented in their collections, including woven, printed and embroidered textiles, lace, tapestries and carpets. And if you still not tired, my suggestion would be to go to the asian exposition: you would find there some gorgeous kimonos sample and stunning  handmade katanas.

So, if you are around London go to South Kensington (underground Picadilly or District Line), and enjoy this exhibition for free ;) and let me know your thoughts about it!

xX Clara

09 October, 2013


I'm sure you are having a lovely week, I just feel in the mood to share with you this outfit, which I found appropriated for the weather we are staring to deal with here. Last week I met with my sweet Oihane. We went to the British Library, such a stunning place! And had some coffee and chatting there, jeje. It was a Saturday evening and weather (sunny in the morning) was quite cold. I took advantage of the situation and wore (for the first time!) my new coat from Primarks new collection which as some of you might remember I'm in love... I was wearing my topshop black jeans, from their MOTO collection, high waist all shcool, they keep every outfit rocking! And two old freinds, my stripes t-shirt and my favorite leather cap (don't alarm! it's not real leather). I love this cap, really it's so... me! The result was a casual outfit, nothing complicated but really cute in my opinion, a half mix of grunge and "je suis trés chic!" Nothing like mixing styles, isn't it?
All the pictures made by Oihane Molinero.

xX Clara

08 October, 2013


 Hi sunshines!
Here you have a new inspirational post about a trend that's coming stepping hard! I'm talking about the suit garments, the adaptation of male clothes for our wardrobes. I LOVE IT! Noble materials like wool and cottons, serious colors combined with pale ones and check prints above it. I'm a big fan of this trend, actually I'm a big fan of garments inspired on male clothes, because even they are not tight, or obviously sexy for me there's nothing more attractive than confidence and that's something we should wear everyday ;)

Have a nice tuesday!!

06 October, 2013


Another sunny Sunday in London! ^^ Life is wonderful!
Todays post is about a garment that I personally find stunning: This PJ Kimono Jacket. I found it in Topshop, and it was a crush! It remined me the past Louis Vuitton collection, mostly made by pijamas and night-time dresses, full of silk, gorgeous prints and jacquards. The rule saying all this garments were only meant to wear on our bedrooms is now broken. We saw the fashion pioneers wearing some samples of this clothes on the lasts fashion weeks and with todays pictures I join them!
I combined this dark blue kimono with a lovely green back crossed dress, simple, nice and comfortable! Have a lovely day folks! Kisses from London!

Xx Clara

03 October, 2013

FREE-AK ME baby!

Hey ya!
Today's inspirational post is full of fun! That's it, because elegance doesn't mean high heels and haute couture. I'm a big big fan of using fashion as expression. Clothes speak for you, they can show your personality, which mood you are in, what are you up to ... And nothing can speak louder than t-shirt! I am a BIG fan of T-shirt, I wouldn't be exaggerating if I say that probably I have one hundred of T-shirts collected all over the years. And my favorite T-shirts are the "freaks" ones! They are casual, smart and fun, and for me those attributes make me feel comfortable with an outfit, plus they can speak for me about my interests and concerns. In resum, T-shirts make me feel free! A year ago I created a fashion editorial about this subject, I'll show you some of the pictures soon, it was published on C-heads Magazine and I loved the result! There's not much more to say so, here you have some images and samples, KEEP ROCKING!!

Xx Clara

02 October, 2013


A few days ago, reviewing some catwalks, showrooms and street style of  London's fashion week, jumping from a site to another I found this video. I find it interesting and I decided to share it with you and bring a little debate
A part from the funny part of people staring at the camera waiting for a picture that never comes... (yes, that's fun, we all have been there hehe) lays the irony. Because seeing that video made me wonder:  Is it all about the pose? I don't mean to offend anybody, not at all, but every fashion week (wherever it is) brings this "look who fashionable I am" phenomenon. 
I really bet on risking, on trying, on daring to wear things that build your own style. Maybe the problem is that the line between original and ridiculous is very thin. Who knows... The good side of this is all the inspirations you can extract from here, whatever the outfit is extravagant or not. It's not about "I like it" or "I don't", as one of my teachers used to say what's important is if "it works".

At the end of the day it's each persons business how do they dress so, let the bagons be bagons (;

check it out !

01 October, 2013


 Hello! Today I'm coming with a playful outfit
Funny, super comfortable, easy, trendy and cute at the same time. The main garments are both from TopShop, from their new collection, which as always I love! The pencil skirt is printed with a picture of and old park, it's super original, full of details and colors. The textil is elastic, so even the shape of the skirt is tight you can walk, run, jump perfectly fine. The soft pink sweater is made of wool, and even it being quit short is super warm. I think it will become one of my favorites garments this winter, it maxes with almost every style. Believe me, I'm not a pink fan but there's something this sweater that makes me feel good! It brings my sweet side out i guess (;
I braided my hair and wore my burgundy military boots to add more personality to the look! Have fun!