There's something that's been bugging me for a while. We all know how much of a Russian freak I am - I love Russia's history, culture and language - but somehow... I still haven't done a matryoshka-inspired look! Holy crap, how is this even possible?! Well, fear not, I decided to fix it in today's post.
For me, it's like a magical journey back in time to my first year at the university. I used to wear LOTS of red (including this pretty scarf, which is probably the only folk-related thing in my wardrobe) and gold, expose my legs much more often than now (funny, regarding how I was about 15 kilograms heavier than I am now) and wear those killer Lita-style heels every single day. My hair was also the same length as this wig is (hard to believe now)!
Yeah, about the heels... This must be, like, the first time you see me in actual HIGH (10+ cm) heels. Really poor for 43 outfit posts, eh? I bought this black leather pair in 2011, when the Lita craze was slowly reaching Poland and you had to sign up on a long preorder list of the only online shop that was willing to sell them. I did. I have no regrets.
These babies turned out to be one of the most comfortable pairs of shoes that I have ever owned - truth to be told, more comfortable than many of my flats. I kinda forgot about them as soon as I dropped out of the university because my work always required something more toned down, but nothing else would have complimented this over-the-top Russian doll outfit as good as these!
Also, notice the forgotten wide-brim hat - yet another thing I decided to bring back to my everyday life.
blazer, dress, scarf, bag - thirfted
hat - H&M
shoes - StyloweButy.pl
Photos taken by Marta. Thank you very much!