Next please!

These are the last days of 2013. While thinking what to write here I'm trying to remember everything what's in the past now.

Last year was different. I gained an unforgetable experience, tried something I have always wanted to and had so many chances to step into the world I would like to be a part of, even if just for a second.
Of course my journey wasn't brilliant, it never is. There were many hard moments when I just wanted to disappear and hide from everyone, when I thought that I will never ever try to get what I want again. Everything happended for a reason. All ups and downs helped me to enrich my personality and I'm happy for that.

I'm not going to give myself  any promises. I'm not even talking about how I will try to be better at school. Why should I? I'm sure math or chemistry won't teach me how to talk with people in different situations, apply to university, get a job, pay bills or find friends. I'm just going to live in a moment and look how everything will turn out.

And in the end I feel calm and happy. 
Even if I could, I wouldn't change anything. I hope your emotions are as good as mine. Have a great time saying goodbye to 2013 and meeting 2014!

P.S. From now on you can follow me on instagram

Best wishes, Aušrinė ;>>


Wooops, I don't care

Love, Aušrinė ;>>


DIY: from old boring sweater to the new one

Hello, dear readers! I decided to start this month with a lovely DIY. This orange sweater is the one, which is gathering dusts in my wardrobe. I used to love it, so i wanted to change something in it. That wasn't very hard.
I do a lot of DIYs, but I just don't show them for you. From now on I'll try to make some small lessons.

You will need:
*old sweater
*another sweater with an application (howewer it's called in english) on it or just an application
*sewing needle

STEP 1. If your application is on another sweater I recommend to cut it out with a big piece of fabric.

STEP 2. Cut your application out now leaving about 1,5cm of fabric around it. 
If you don't want a frame for it, leave just about 0,5cm.

STEP 3. Put your old sweater on and find the middle of it or another place where you want to sew an application. You can mark it if you think you need to. When you take your sweater off it's time to start sewing. Don't forget to hide a side of fabric. Like this you'll make a frame for an application.
If you don't want a frame - hide all unneeded fabric.
And if your application is new, all you have to do is to sew it on your sweater and that's all.

The result is a super cute new looking sweater! What do you think of it?

P.S. It's time to start thinking about Christmas gifts for family and friends! Yay finally! Have a good December!

Love, Aušrinė ;>>



A month ago I was really into dark colors, but when streets are getting darker and darker and there are no colorful leaves, I want to wear something bright again! It's like a piece of happiness in this boring routine.

I was really happy to put this orange sweater on after a long time. I don't know why, but I wear it only when I think that nature needs more colors. I am also proud to show you the skirt which is 100% made by me (just of course the fabric isn't). What do you think of it?

Love, Aušrinė ;>>


New adventures

Hello, dear readers! After a long time I'm writting again!

I have been waiting for my trip to the capital of Lithuania all month. I didn't know how it will go, but now I'm happy I went there. I met new people, saw some new places and gained an amazing experience. Now I'm reading one book and it says that the opportunity to make your dream come true makes the life interesting. That's so true. A city like Vilnius gives you lots of possibilities, but the competition is big.

I made a promise to take some photos, so here they are ;>>


I'm in love with this town.

Love, Aušrinė ;>>


3 ways to wear {black blazer}

Hello, dear readers! The blazer, you can see in photos, is the one I couldn't imagine my wardrobe without. Here are my 3 favorite outfits wearing it. Which one do you like the most?

Love, Aušrinė ;>>


Busy busy

School takes almost all my time, but here I am again! With the biggest pleasure I want to show you my newest look and amazing photos made by my friend.

I love taking photos in town and I don't care even if all possible people, who live there, are staring. Anyway, staring at people is not a polite gesture, so please put that in your heads. Yea, this is what happens wen you live in a small town. :DD 

Love, Aušrinė ;>>
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