Sakura Baby

Photography By Rozalind Alcazar

Photography By Rozalind Alcazar

Don’t ask me why, but this recent purchase from Stradivarius (yep, you heard right!) is a total winner. I am talking about THE red pants. Yes, a bit kinky some may say, but hey, why not? Every time I’ve worn these jeans, magic happened. No kidding, EVERY SINGLE TIME. Even when we were doing the shoot!

While I will leave the details of what magic entails to your imagination, I wanted to share with you a cheap and cheerful outfit that will work wanders wherever you go. Here it is: take a simple but pretty lace top and some rocky pants. Add a tuxedo blazer and some biker boots and OFF YOU GO! I’ve rolled my blazer sleeves by accident (too hot) the first time I was wearing it and realized that worked quite nicely so decided to keep it that way.

What a better outfit for an evening in the city? Now that spring is coming and flowers are blossoming I would endure some risqué outfits. After all, improper is what we like the most.

TCB xx



Today the weather in Barcelona is freezing, or so I've been told, reaching a temperatures of 0-1 degrees. The thought of it this morning made me shiver, as low temperatures are more extreme by the sea than in a urban city; but then I checked the temperature in London and to my surprise: we were BELOW ZERO. And here I was, bearing a leather jacket and a pretty thin outfit. Have I finally adapted to this weather? 

Since I've been back to the city, the streets of London feel more crisp, probably because it's BLOODY cold and the wind is a killer. My beaut city feels sharp, and that also reflects on the way I dress these days. Clean cuts and dramatic waves, it feels like a drama story just writing about it, but I really like the results of it. 

TCB xx

P.S.: Yes, I was wearing NO socks, and I was totally fine. 
P.S2: Photography by JJ Smith; Styled by moi :)



TwistxTurn Long Blouse
Gucci Look-Alike SlingBacks from Mango (ON SALE!)
Vetements Look-Alike Jeans from H&M
Warby Parker Glasses
Vintage Clutch and Jewellery