Styling Arjuna

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There is always a Balinese performing a ceremony in Bali. Anywhere, everywhere! My favourite ceremony was about Arjuna, one of the most important characters of the Mahabaratha Gita or ‘The Song of the Lord’, an epic poem that is extremely important for the Hindu tradition and that was studied by Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of the book ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ in India.

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My Beloved Bikini

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I was looking for special things in my closet to bring to Bali when I found this white bikini that I bought at Zara long time ago. As soon as I found it I felt the same electrifying vibrations I sensed when I saw it on the rack of the shop that rainy afternoon five years ago. Its simplicity perfectly aligned with my personality and style and when I saw it I knew it was already mine.

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In the Search of Balance (Part II)

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(Following the steps of Elizabeth Gilbert from ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ in Bali)

We were lucky as we arrived early at the house of Ketut Lyer and were third in line. He takes all the time his ‘patients’ need and solves all the questions asked. The two girls before me asked him his age, questions and more questions about his age, in my opinion a waste of time as Elizabeth Gilbert couldn’t guess it either. Then, it was my turn.

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In the Search of Balance (Part I)

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(Following the steps of Elizabeth Gilbert from ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ in Bali)

I truly love to start a new year. We make a stop from our busy lives to spend time with family, to get together with the people we love, to share food, drinks, and happiness. It is the moment to make promises, to us and to others. It is a precious time to commit with our projects and vision for the future. At this time of the year we make plans to make our dreams come true.

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On the Street

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Waking in Sydney’s Pitt St I found Michelle, a Chinese model who has been living in Australia for a couple of years. China’s young generation impresses me more and more everyday.  They are driven and independent, they know what they want and their freedom reflect on their outfits.

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Off-The-Shoulder

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The off-the-shoulder dresses and shirts are not a new invention. In fact, they came in the 1930s along with the Romantic Era. No wonder I am a big fan!

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I wish I was a Parisian!

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(Inspired on the book “How to be a Parisian Wherever You Are”. Caroline de Maigret, Anne Berest, Sophie Mas, Audrey Diwan)

Ladies from other latitudes, please don’t feel ofended with the title of this chapter, but something has got into my head after I got married to a French guy.

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Current Home: Sydney, Australia

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A couple of weeks ago I was reading the Spanish newspaper ‘El Pais’, when I found an article about Australia called ‘The frustration of perfection’. The article describes the country’s most attractive features, such as a low rate of unemployment and criminality, low corruption rates, high economic growth and a strong, independent judicial system. Let me confirm you this, everything is true.

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White

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I would never dare to say that white is the new black. Why is there such a comparison anyway?

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