Good morning my dears!
When a snow and cold has changed to  palms and sun and people smile at you on the streets for no reason, i know  I'm in Brazil:) Finaly came back after a long trip!
This total look is from Zara. Casual, comfortable and chic... With a twist., Let's face it, buying a shirt with a phrase on it is tuff, but i really liked this one;)

Winter white

The day of my Birthday my super sister surprised me with this exotic program! 
I couldn't believe my eyes when just a few kilometers away from grey and rainy Moscow we found ourselves in this magical white forest, surrounded by blue eyed Siberian huskies!  
Clearly this dog was born to be a star, she apparently knew exactly what the camera was for and couldn't stop posing.  Luckily we were also able to appear in the picture... barely:))

Photos: Alexander Seoev 

From Russia with love

Amazing how when you live away you realize how much you miss something. Until my last trip to Russia i didn't even know how much love i have for this country and it's truly amazing and unique people! Every time i come there i discover something new and get so much inspiration. 
Moscow is one of my favorite places, i love it with all my heart! It's one of those cities that you either hate or never want to leave.  

Photos: Alexander Seoev

Happy Grey

If you're ever in doubt about combining colors, just go monocrome:) Tha's exactly what i did here, mixing and layering different tones, all the way to black.  Grey is one of my favorite, it's timeless, it's a color that you can see in every piece of apparel and accessory.

This fluffy jacket is from brazilian brand Woolline. 
And of course, even though i had a complete outfit from head to toe, i just had to buy this even better matching cap when it smiled to me from the shop window (you see, i had no choice:)

The Mountain Challenge

This Christmas Holidays i had a chance to try skiing for the first time in my life!  Yes, I know, I'm from Russia, a lot of snow, haha, but I always preferred iceskating.   

There are few things more exiting than overcoming your fears!! In Austria apparently there are no green slopes,  only form blue to black, so everyone is supposed to start at intermediary-to-expert level, how great.  On top of that, we found no available classes so my boyfriend had to teach me.  Luckily, he's from Brazil where they are all expert skiers.  The first day was oh-so-terrible! Oh how much i cried, how many times i fell and I was sure that was it, something had broken.  I told myself that i'm never going to stand on skis again, and next day was looking for every reason to stay home. But something kept me going!  Somewhere, down deep, there was this adventurous side if me that pushed me forward; I wanted to go down the big mountain overlooking the village, at least once!  I started to be a little bit more confident every day, and on the 4th and last day it finally happened:  I took the (grown-up) lift to the top of the St. Anton Galzig mountain (not my baby one:).  There was no other way down if not by skis ....and I did it!  I actually managed to do a few very tuff descents, quite a few times. 

This was my mountainous victory. I felt no fear that day and i thought that i could anything! Imagine if we would make an objectives and challenge ourselves like this all the time, we can really do anything in this life!