Few days ago I was a fancy person….I braided my hair fancy, wore my fancy snakeskin shoes and attended a fancy event called Culture Beat Pazar. Culture Beat Pazar is a Bulgarian bazaar, featuring a lot of young fresh Bulgarian designers, as well as handmade, second hand and vintage pieces. For some this might not be all that fancy, but for a person who spends 98% of her time in an oversize pajama and eats KFC with fingers straight from the bucket, this was a cool way to spend my weekend. I didn’t have money back then, so I decided to suppress my cravings and trembling hands itching to spend my last penny, with taking some photos for you guys. If you’re too busy to look at me glorious photography, scroll down to read about me glorious outfit and new fashion addiction.
The interior was quite the eye catcher and I don’t mean the pretty lights or some other interior crap, but the food and drinks! There was FOOD & DRINKS!
Lights and decor were okay too…..not as exciting as the food though.
Canvas bags. If Putin says “Be Happy” you make damn sure you’re happy!
One of my favorite stands with jewelry from “Ogledalce Ogledalce“, translated: “Mirror, Mirror”. This lady makes the most delicious looking jewelry from donuts to gummy bears and chocolate blocks…..
Gorgeous handmade accessories for your home from Paladim Handmade. My favorites were the light bulb vases, they make my inner hipster go wild. I try to silence him with good music and unpretentious food, but this light bulb thingy has made him stronger and powerful!
I actually bought me a bulb vase even though I wasn’t supposed to spend any money, the vase just totally won me over, look at it! JUST LOOK AT IT!
Another hipster invention that is very popular here in Bulgaria is decorating rooms with macaroni and pasta. If you have no idea how to decorate your restaurant or store just take a glass jar and stuff it with raw pasta, it’s THE thing this year! The light here is made from macaroni and a strainer. So hipstery my eyes are bleeding!
Awesome sunglasses I wanted to buy, but didn’t because I’m poooooor!
Bathing suits in coffee cups!
Also another favorite is Marta Ceramic. I fell in love with the little teapots, they are looking so Japanese and chubby. I desperately want to buy one and name it Earl! Earl the teapot!
Marta also made these cups. The story behind them is that when you place all of them with the bottoms up, they create the image of Van Gogh you see on the right side here. If you’re reading this, it was awesome talking to you Marta! ^_^
The day wouldn’t be complete without some panties!
If you managed to arrive here, you can release a sigh or relief or terror (whatever floats your boat) because it’s time for the daily outfit people!
After discovering this lady’s blog a few months ago, I have officially devoted all my energy and fashion love to one thing: scarves on arms. I got the idea from the lady aforementioned and I think she got it from Carrie Bradshaw from Sex & The City.
I’d normally run away from everything related to Sex & The City like a cat runs away from a perfectly good soft bed bought especially for her, but this time I couldn’t resist. There is something very piratey about scarves worn like that, and ever since I watched Black Sails it sparked a certain obsession over pirate fashion. I’m planning on doing a lot more Black Sails – Pirate inspired outfits in the future, so bare with me.
Sooo, what do you guys think? Do you like scarves worn this way? Do you like piratey stuff?
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