Thursday, June 20, 2013

Keeping it simple, part II

Last evening.

(coat: Giambattista Valli, t-shirt: COS, pregnancy jeans: H&M, heels: Fendi & bag: Hermés Kelly)

23 comments:

  1. Yes tres chic
    Here big problems with rain etc on my terrasses all broken and innondation not in ZH?
    Xx uta

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    1. I heard about it Uta, so sorry for you who lives in france! Seems to have been quite devastating!

      Hope you can fix it easily and that the sun will be back sooner then later!

      Hugs,
      stina

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  2. Stina how do you finance all these lovely purchases?! We are dying to know!

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    1. Anon, what a very rude question, first of all, why would Stina tell anything that personal to an "anon" who can't even list their own name, secondly it's no one's business.

      Stina , you look glorious, you have a very noble beauty and carriage.

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    2. Anonym: Read HERE, the interview tells a lot!

      B: Thank you Dear!

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    3. Dear B.
      I agree with anon and think that it is a reasonable question to ask of someone who shares everything else on this blog. If only to inspire other readers and not make them feel miserable about their own lives after reading Stina's blog.

      Rita

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  3. look good = feel good = you are so right : ) even though I´m not pregnant right now (have 2 awesomes already XX) I spare highheels for special occasions because my feet want me to do so ... have a beautiful weekend, Julia

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    1. Julia,

      Congrates to the two small children!

      I could never run around all day long in heels and they are not meant for that either. Except for boots, for some reason a 7cm heel on boots feels more easy to wear then a heel in a open shoe, don't you find?

      But I do love heels and what it does to your body and femininity. I have some medium heel from CL that actually almost are as comfy as a jogging shoe. Blink!

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    2. I guess I know exactly what you mean ; ) bling Bling XX

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  4. Great outfit!
    x
    Stefanie

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  5. Wow! Such a beautiful mama!tres chic madame!Best,Lana

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  6. Oh I forgot: SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY ..that's what. Shakespeare would say ! XLana

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  7. simple? this is a great and very expensive outfit!

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    1. It might be expensive, but it's yet very simple. A coat, a pair of jeans, a white t-shirt, a pair of heels and a bag. Nothing more nothing less!

      Best,
      stina

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  8. So beautiful as usual dear Stina. Naturally distinguished.
    Sorry for my comments coming twice sometimes my I pad always says that it has not left so I repeat and I see it in another part.... XX
    Uta

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  9. Dear B.
    I agree with anon and think that it is a reasonable question to ask of someone who shares everything else on this blog. If only to inspire other readers and not make them feel miserable about their own lives after reading Stina's blog.

    Rita

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  10. I agree that Stina has no obligation to share information on her financial matters with the readers of the blog, she already shares a lot which makes this blog more entertaining than most and we cannot demand that she opens everything up. That said, I would love more blogs from stylish, strong women talking also about how to earn money, not only to spend it in the most esquisite ways possible. As a woman who pays for my own designer shopping (much more limited than Stina's of course) just like Stina seems to do, I can say that it is very rewarding. But it is the result of many years of really though university studies and then even more years of really long hours at work.

    MK

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    1. MK (and for Rita): Same here. It's about getting an education, working, investing, being smart and realise your limitations and do sacrifices. I rather go and buy a nice dress then take 8 facials for example. I'll think about this subject more, but really, I think I've tried to answer it so many times without being to personal and sometimes I don't know what to say any more.

      Money wont come from a tree that's for sure. You have to work for it!

      Best,
      stina

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