Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Easter Cooking

Easter is usually associated with eggs and egg hunts, pastels and bunnies, carrots for that matter and lots and lots of chocolate in various shapes. In the far lands of Eastern Europe, Easter is a solemn holiday and is greatly to do with food. Everyone cooks large amounts of every dish any vegan would frown upon. For the entire week before Easter every respectable home smells of food and window cleaner, squeaky clean and yummy yummy is the mantra around here these days. So in an attempt to represent the Easter values, my friends and I did a bit of blogging in the kitchen for this mighty Spring celebration. Check out the hungry Easter Bunny!
Happy Easter outfitting!

Dressing for the Sartorialist

The Sartorialist was my first contact with fashion blogging, my first fashion blog love. I'm sure most of you have found tremendous inspiration in his images, his words and overall fashion perspective, he acted as a mentor for so many journalists, editors, photographers and urban outfitters alike. Scott Schuman has such flair for all that is symmetric, balanced, graceful, beautiful, elegant, tasteful, chic and all the good stuff you hope people think about you. Ever since I first met thesartorialist.com I have become a fashion girl. It somehow contextualized my appreciation and ambition about fashion, as a way of life and a career simultaneously. The way I chose my clothes on a daily basis and the manner in which I seasonally edited my wardrobe bared Schuman's influence. When I lived in London, during fashion weeks I would be exceptionally attentive about my outfits hoping that I would run into him. It has now become a reflex. I am now living in Bucharest and I still dress in the hope of running into him, or one of his blogger mentees. I dress for The Sartorialist. Images will follow shortly, so if you're there, please stay tuned.

Disclaimer: All above images belong to thesartorialits.com.