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The month of May is the month of Mother’s Day; in honor of our wonderful mothers and powerful mothers everywhere we decided to do a photoshoot to celebrate and empower women.

We dressed up as the successful executives we one day hope to become. While we went for bold silhouettes and fabrics that are comfortable enough to wear for long hours at the office, we were sure to show our personal style and femininity.

Vera wore a layered tulle and lace blouse, denim vest, pinstriped slouchy trousers, oxford-like ballerina flats, and spiced up the look with lots of bling: oversized pendant necklace and gorgeous huge cocktail rings.

I wore an oversized white button down mesh blouse with leggings, men’s dress jacket, men’s suit vest, high heeled studded sandals and bulky gold jewelry.

When wearing something loose and big, like Vera’s voluminous pants and my men’s jacket, it’s best to offset it with something more form fitting, like the denim vest Vera wore and the leggings I wore. This way the outfit is chic and flattering and not overly big.

Don’t forget that makeup can also be an accessory, we used bright lip colors to bring out our girliness.

The architectural scenery definitely empowered us and made us feel at the top of our game.

Photos taken at Tel Aviv’s G Center overlooking Tzameret and Yoo towers

An exhibit we participated in at G Center:
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Coming soon: Blue Jeans inspired by Lana Del Ray, tutorials on how to make your own to-die-for skirts and shoes, how to recycle clothes, styling made easy and much much more fabulous fashions!

xoxo Vera & Rony

We truly hope that spring has arrived to your home town because it surely hit ours!

The lovely warm weather and all the flowers that are blooming right now make us crave flowy dresses, hats and of course our favorite accessory- vests. So of course we decided to go boho chic on this post and show you how the look can be achieved.

Rony wore an  A-lined collar navy and white checkered dress. The layers of the dress along with the striped brownish gray vest looked fabulous on Rony and really flattered her shape. She wore nomad-like suede flat booties and a men’s straw panama hat. Sometimes it’s fun to steal from the boys, masculine accessories give feminine dresses a cool twist.

I wore a long floral dress sewn by none other than my mother and moi! The short puffy sleeves of the dress flatter my arms and the high waisted shape combined with the long length would give anyone a beautifully long silhouette. My strappy camel wedges probably helped with the long silhouette 🙂 But flats will look fabulous as well!

Oh the bohemian life… flowy dresses, cool jewelry, awesome music and art and a chilled lifestyle.. sound good? Sounds amazing to us!

So take a walk on the beach, enjoy the sand and the breeze and the sun! But don’t forget to stop for some refreshments in the hot weather!

Photos taken at Herzlia beach

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❤ Rony & Vera

We may call ourselves “fashionistas” but that doesn’t mean we like to take ourselves too seriously. We love fooling around and even acting immature sometimes; age is but a number!

Since we were pretty much style obsessed as soon as we came out the womb, for this photoshoot we decided to revisit our little girl selves. The wooden playground we visited happens to also be an absolutely gorgeous backdrop for our fabulous outfits.

A true girl’s girl, Vera always loved tutus and lots of pink. The pink tutu miniskirt she wore here is cute and girly, but also has romantic and antique qualities. With it she wore a knit net blouse over a button down shirt. She put her hair up in little buns just as she did when she was little. To complete the look she wore a pearl and flowers necklace and black and cream patent flats.

The print knit vest I wore looks exactly like the one I had in preschool, fashion does repeat itself! I wore the vest over a striped button down shirt with peach shorts and leopard print booties. I completed the look with a large pastel stones drop necklace, big rings and of course my oversized bow hair tie.

A styling tip we borrowed from our kid selves is wearing lots of pastels. They don’t even have to “match”, but lots of light candy colors are eye catching and flattering, and totally right for summer.

An interesting way of layering clothes is wearing long over short, like Vera did with her cropped vest over a long button down shirt over her short skirt. This creates beautiful volume in the outfit and makes it unexpected.

So when life gets a little too serious, we recommend making a play date with your friends and having lots of childish fun! We played so nice we even got a lollipop treat!

Photos taken at Ranana Park

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xoxo Vera & Rony

Spring is in the air: The birds are chirping, the air is getting warm and the flowers are in bloom. What a romantic time! Now is the perfect opportunity to wear your most romantic, hippy clothes and be sure to wear some flowers in your hair 🙂

Lace, flower prints, flowy fabrics, embroidery, light vests should all be part of your fashion vocabulary this season. Spring time is great time to wear closed shoes and booties without the need for tights and before it gets too hot and balmy.

Vera was hot in 70’s chic with an embroidered handmade blouse from the Ukraine which she wore with a denim jacket, boot cut dark jeans, brown braid belt, two-toned faux croc heels and gold jewelry.

I wore an embroidered flower print dress with a vintage lace vest, waist cinching belt, colorful scarf which I wore as a head band, high heeled booties and a vintage gold necklace.

Now is a great time to get in touch with nature, explore and hike. Or if you’re a city girl/guy like we are, look for a spot of nature in the city where you can find your serenity.

Let’s be nice to planet Earth and be environmentally friendly; after all it is our only home!
Photos taken at the Yarkon Park lake, Ramat Gan

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xoxo Vera & Rony

Hello fashionistas!

Shorts with tights: hot or not? We’ve heard different opinions.

We believe the following: if you’ve got it, flaunt it! Especially when it comes to legs, which Vera and I both have miles of. Shorts are a great way of showing off your legs, and why have to give that up in winter?!

For this reason exactly we decided to shoot outfits with some of our favorite shorts and prove that you can make them work in winter, and even make a very sophisticated look out of them!

Vera agreed with the park scenery in her flower petal green shorts which she wore with a yellow sweater, black suit jacket, gingham peep toe heels and a charm necklace.

I went for a color burst in my high waisted red vintage shorts worn with a white button down shirt, knit  kimono cardigan, moccasin wedges, patent bottle-green tote and gold and red-enamel earrings.

Keep us posted on what you think of this look and how you plan on keeping it hot while the weather is still cold.

Photos taken at Park Hayarkon, Tel Aviv

xoxo Vera&Rony

Hello boys and girls,

Geek is in! Every one of us has their inner geek, it’s all a matter of whether we chose to embrace our geekiness or not. Vera and I say why not show your nerdy self in the best way possible?!

For our first photoshoot, which we are sooo excited about, we dressed like our proper nerdy school girls-selves and the result? Très chic!

Vera was office ready in her Ray Ban glasses and a pinstriped button down shirt tucked into a high waisted skirt. She put a cool twist on the look with her furry booties and represented in an English flag cardigan.

I wore a vintage school girl dress with knee-high socks and ballerina flats and a briefcase-like bag. I offset the good girl look with a cropped leather jacket and a gray scarf.

until next time, xoxo

All photos taken at Park Hayarkon, Tel Aviv.

Hello fellow tights lovers!

This time we decided to show you that not only do we know how to dress but we’re also super creative and talented! 😛

During the last semester we had a two week workshop in cooperation with HaAretz daily newspaper in which we had to create and design with recycled newspaper. Rony and her partner designed this amazing light fixture made out of folded newspaper, they called it “Page 22” because they used only this page in their work (Duhh)!

My partner and I made a coffee table in the shape of an exclamation mark: the table has two parts, one is made of paper mache and the other is cartboard covered with articles from the newspaper that have anything to do with the sociocultural evolution happening in Israel… both of our works were valued at 3500 NIS, the highest priced projects on display at the exhibit!!

Here are some photos showing our work process and some pics from the La grand opening event!

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Hello world!

As students of design we are constantly looking for inspiration. Here are pictures from an exhibit we visited at Tel Aviv’s ZeZeZe Architecture gallery.

What’s cool about this exhibit is that the display could be viewed from various points of view, one could roll around in the chairs offered at the exhibit and enjoy the projects from underneath, from the side, and be surrounded by the project from all directions

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