Friday, July 26, 2013


... "Papaya" and "Edera" from Collistar Capri collection. They are like M&M's candies.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013


This vintage Carnegie Of London maxidress is one of my favourite - classically chic and super comfy. It reminds me one english nursery rhyme:

Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells, and cockle shells,
And pretty maids all in a row.

Outfit Details:

Dress: Carnegie Of London 
Shoes: Steve Madden  
Nails: O.P.I "I Pink I Love You"


Saturday, July 20, 2013


There`s something I must confess to you. I`m an addict. Well, a jewel junkie! Obsessed by the stuff and a tiny bit of the collectionaire even I dare say. Just got the replica of Jacqueline Kennedys starburst pin I wanted for some years. By Franklin Mint.

In this picture Jackie Kennedy wears this eighteenth-century diamond starburst-pin as a tiara-like ornament in her hair. Look, how ultra stylish she was! Jackie discovered the pin at Wartski`s, the London jeweler, during her trip there. She usually wore this pin on the bodice or waistline of an evening gown. By the way, anyone who likes Jackie, her  style and her way of living, could from time to time visit Stellarium Style. I`m going to write about Jackie soon and again. 

Wednesday, July 17, 2013


Earrings: Pi-Ret Jewelry "Amelii In The Moon" (Look for more: Pi-Ret Jewelry)

PHOTOS: Meisi Volt  

Sunday, July 14, 2013


For years now, I have struck a deal with myself: if I am uncertain about the dress code, I always choose a striped suit. It never fails me. Sometimes I wear a shirt and a tie, sometimes I add colour with a bright top. On these moments, the striped suit is my best date.

Throughout my life, I have had four-five striped suits. That was my choice for the presentation of the OPI collection San Francisco. A suit is also comfy on a journey – whereas I wore high heels to the presentation, I wore the same suit with sneakers, as I roamed the city. The photos were taken by the fashion photographer of Moldova In Style, Julia, and the are taken in the terrace of our hotel, where the OPI Nail Bar was situated. Is’t the view simply adorable?  

Outfit details:

Jacket: John Weitz Signature Collection
Trousers : Theory   
Top: Express
Shoes: BCBGirls
Earrings: Pi-Ret Jewelery Stella On The Moon (Available HERE)

Thursday, July 11, 2013


I have never seen so many ladies with wonderful manicue and so many nail polish in one room. Regardless of us gathering from different destinations of the world, we spoke one language – using mostly the names of OPI nail polishes. 

OPI gave us – the media and bloggers – a wonderful surprise party, Nail Bar, at the ME Madrid Reina Victoria hotel, where we all enjoyed our comfortable stay. Everyone was allowed to choose her own hue from the new autumn/winter collection and the ladies were excited – it was as if the Santa had arrived in the middle of the summer, spreading his gifts – the OPI nail polishis – on the tables. I chose OPI dark blue liquid sand nail polish – "Alcatraz... "and "Wharf! Wharf! Wharf!"

Sofie Valkiers from Fashionata.

Eesti keeles loe SIIT.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013


In September, OPI will release the collection of autumn/winter nail polish,  San Francisco. I was fortunate to be in sunny Madrid, when this collection was introduced. I arrived in Madrid a couple of days earlier, took a stroll on the streets in a light summer coat, had some ice cream and enjoyed the warm breeze that caressed my hair. 

I was even more excited meeting the executive vice president and artistic director of OPI Products Inc, Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. She is one of the six people, who has come up with the cool and inimtable names for the OPI nail polish: "I`m Not Really A Waitress", "Sand In My Suit", "I Pink I Love You", "Coney Island And Cotton Candy", "Red Lights Ahead... Where?" – five names that spring to my mind as I think of OPI. Fasten your seat belt and fly with me through the wonderful Madrid and world of OPI. So the rest of the week is all about OPI!

Suzi Weiss-Fischmann & Gala Gonzales from Amlul.

Eesti keeles loe SIIT.

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Saturday, July 6, 2013


"Some people dream of having a big swimming pool - with me, it`s closets." (Audrey Hepburn) Let`s find out, what were the basics one of my favourite style icon was wearing.
 The Little Black Dress - Where would we be without the little black dress?

A Sleeveless Sheath Dress - Classic, classic, classic. Made for showing off tanned legs. Not too much above the knees though. In the winter, add sheer stockings and a cashmere cardigan draped around your shoulders.

The White Shirt - 100% cotton or pure silk, it can be long-sleeved, short-sleeved, cropped, oversized, tied at the waist. NO epaulets, embroidery, gold buttons, or fancy stuff - you`re not in the military. Unwrinkled is best.

A Jazzy Suit - We`re talking a jacket and skirt here. It needn`t be a Paris original. Just make sure it`s a nubby material, sized to within an inch of your life, and nipped at the waist. If your mother`s got a thirty-five-year-old version from her glory days (you know the details: lined in cool silk, covered buttons, a delicate hidden chain to weight the bottom of the jacket), NAB IT!
Capri Pants - A bit of whimsy during the summer months. In the fall and winter, put them aside in favor of lean trousers fitted to your instep. 

A Dark Turtleneck - Black or navy blue, so you can make believe you`re slumming  with Fred Astaire in the Latin Quarter - even if you`re just standing in line at the post office ...

One "What The Hell" Item - To show you mean business. In her Hollywood years, Audrey wore a mink pullover, with sunglasses, a scarf around her head, and lean black trousers. Divine!

One Killer Dress - Remember the look on everyone`s face when Audrey as Sabrina shows up at the Larrabees in that Givenchy creation? You can do the same - suprise your friends: Favor khakis during the day, an evening dress to break his heart at night.

 Jeans, a Polo Shirt, Sneaks - For gardening and/or goofing around with the dogs, especially when no photographers are present. 
The Sabrina Heel - For that princess look. Worn barelegged or with sheer stockings and a sense of great expectation. 

The (Preferably Hermes) Scarf - Invest in one and tie it every which way.

Dark Sunglasses - For hiding a multitude of sins.

As Little Jewelry as Possible (Unless You`re Tagging Holly Golightly) - Make sure it`s the best you can afford. With the right attitude, though, no one will doubt your cubic zirconia`s the real thing.

A Small Dog with a wry name and Gregory Peck.