20.7.13

One maxi skirt, two outfits


This maxi skirt I bought in Nepal just before leaving for holiday and of course I took it with me. Thanks to its classy design and neutral colour it is very versatile, by combining it with different tops and using different accessories it is possible to create different looks. On this photo I wear it with my peasant blouse that previously I used in the "country girl" outfit and with a corset-like green belt.


And here I wear the skirt with a frivolous kitty print top and a narrow belt of turquoise-blue. The kitties tails on the print are of same colour. Back at home I have also sandals in this shade that I can wear with this outfit instead of the brown ones.




Sharing these outfits with Patti's Visible Monday link-up party. Join us!

My holiday's coming to its end. In three days I will be heading back to Nepal. So now I'm enjoying the last days in my cute little town. It is situated on the bank of the river and just 5 minutes walk away from my mom's house there are such picturesque landscapes.



The streets are full of flowers


As in any town in the world there are many pigeons on its streets, too.


The golden domes of the modest local church glint in the sun


I really love my hometown



16 comments:

  1. Hey,
    the seconde outfit is so lovely! :)
    Kisses
    Tabea

    http://wolkedrei.blogspot.de/

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  2. Gorgeous photos! The maxi skirt has an elegant vibe to it, I in-particularly love white blouses, xoxo.

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  3. Your home is beautiful! This skirt looks so versatile. I like it with both tops and the wide green belt is pretty.

    blue hue wonderland

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  4. Oh both outfit looks so good on you! I think the first one is YOUR outfit, i really see you in it =) And the pics are beautiful, if you want to see a city full of pigeons you must come to Venice! I hate them 'cause they're not afraid of you so they don't run away but come closer and closer to look for food...-.-''
    Kisses
    Ylenia

    www.wallofstyleblog.blogspot.it

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  5. beautiful! that maxi skirt is very versatile! and well i´m in love with this wide belt! i need one like that in my life in each color i think;)
    love and kiss,mary

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  6. Such an elegant skirt! Love your green corset belt, too.

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  7. Such lovely 'country girl' outfits, the peasant maxi skirt suits you perfectly!

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  8. It is indeed a picturesque town. Love the flower photo.
    Your country girl look has gone sophisticated with the pairing of the peasant blouse with the new skirt and wide belt :)

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  9. your love of your hometown really shines, Olga. And you look lovely in your pretty maxi skirt/ Thanks for sharing it with Visible Monday!

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  10. Such a lovely place! so green!
    i love the first combination, its a perfect combination added with the belt & the gladiator sandals. quite old european...

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  11. I'm so happy you are able to visit your home and family! And looking so pretty while you're there ... I especially love the very contemporary looking kitty blouse with your skirt ... pretty, summery, classic!
    Again, always so happy to see your travel photos!

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  12. Lovely photos and you have a cute top !

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  13. You look great in this skirt. It's such a nice neutral color -- easy to pair with various tops. Very beautiful pictures of your home town.

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  14. u look really cute.. where are you right now? looks grt

    btw do check out my new post'
    stay in touch
    xoxo
    from NEPAL

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  15. Olga, I love that skirt! And both outfits: the first one is very dressy and chic and the second one....I am just in love with that cat blouse:-)
    hugs from New York,
    xx
    Ask Erena
    http://askerena.blogspot.com/

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  16. I'm not surprised you love your home town, it's beautiful! Love that maxi and both ways you've worn it! x

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