Casual Friday look! As I continue with my 30 Days of Dress for Success, for my second look I went for something more casual. For everyone, dressing for success might be different. If you are working in a corporate environment then of course you would consider whether to walk into your office wearing a pair of ripped jeans, in my case since I am my own boss, I dress depending on the occasion.
Friday, September 12, 2014
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Happy Thursday fashionistas! With Fashion Weeks kicking off at the moment, and all the street style inspiration happening all around, I was encouraged to do something slightly different so I am going to start my 30 Days of Dress for Success. It’s a good motivation to dress up, and try something new every day, to be creative and bring out some old clothes, that are actually back in fashion. Since these days I am mostly stuck behind my computer, working intensively on the launch of my #passionforgreece project, I tend to wear shorts and t-shirts. But since my office is mobile, I worked from my friend’s office today, thus it was a good opportunity to start my 30 Days of Dress for Success.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Happy Tuesday darlings! I am back with more travel stories to share about my time spent in Crete. In my previous post I spoke to you about my day trip to Agios Nikolaos, Elounda and the Spinalonga Island. Since I have so many photos to share, I decided that Agios Nikolaos deserved a separate post, so here we go. Agios Nikolaos meaning Saint Nicholas is a coastal town, located on the east of Heraklion which is the capital of Crete. Agios Nikolaos is best known for being a tourism town that serves as a hub to the twenty or so small villages and farms that make up that part of Lassithi. Its main tourist attractions include the small lagoon called the Lake Voulismeni where you will find traditional fishing boats, ducks, pigeons and many small cafés. There is also small beaches in the town, the tiny island Agioi Pantes, the archaeological museum and numerous fairs that take place in the area. This place became well know in the 1960’s when it was “discovered” by famous cinema directors such as Jules Dassin, Walt Disney, BBC producers and many others.
In the evening we came back to Agios Nikolaos after visiting Elounda and the Spinalonga Island, to have dinner at a restaurant that was recommended by a friend. The place is called Maistrali it is a family owned fish tavern located by the sea, serving traditional Cretan Greek cuisine. After dinner we walked around the town so that I could take a few more night shots of this place for my up and coming project #passionforgreece. Until next time, thank you for reading. xoxo ES