short hair brunette in white blazer and dark pants standing on a tower bridge


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Feminist and Feminine

By on 10/09/2019
Can a woman be a feminist and still be interested in fashion? Silly question. We are all humans, it would be crazy to tell us we should think (or do) the same.
woman in big black hat and yellow long skirt sitting on the steps


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Make Fashion Sustainable Again – Wear Convertible Clothing

By on 21/08/2019
Can #FastFashion be #SustainableFashion?⁠ In the sense of production - probably not.⁠ But since getting out of the vicious circle of consumption requires education and time, maybe at least we could try to use the stuff as long as possible?⁠
short dark hair wonam wearing ruffled brown skirt and striped black and white top on a cobblestone street


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Outfit Shopping

Shopping Queen Turned Sustainable Fashionista

By on 04/07/2019
How to convert from Shopping Queen to Sustainable Fashionista? The path isn't easy but I couldn't pretend anymore that fashion production is environmentally neutral. I made more resolute move and decided to re-use as much as I can.


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Outfit Travel

Colorful Getaway, Colorful Style

By on 17/06/2019
If your mood - as mine - relies so firmly on bright colors, then you should go to Zalipie. This so called 'painted village' was featured in numerous global magazines and portals.


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Fierce orange

By on 14/05/2019
One of the advantages I owe to the mindulness training is being able to spot tiny little manifestations of beauty, and moreover - to appreciate them. Regarding my blog activity I'm in a constant hunt for alluring venues to play my outfit ideas with, and it turns out there are plenty of them.


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Transitional coat

By on 20/04/2019
I have so many great transitional coats and jackets ad its pity they see the sunlight realy rarely, and for the short time. ⁣⠀ So today I have a pleasure to introduce my pretty old cover by pre-Jeremy Scott Moschino.


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How to Wear Red

By on 28/02/2019
Funny how I hated the red color when I was a kid. I was always very pale, almost 'translucent', as my teachers used to say, so my mom decided I need some color to pop me up. And red was her obvious choice. ⁣


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Twist and twirl – classic turn on fringe

By on 27/11/2018
I've had in mind this outfit for very long, but I wasn't brave enough to wear it in public. Until the trip to Paris of course!
woman in yellow coat dress on Daliowa Island in Wroclaw


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Nava – Artsy Background for Yellow Dress

By on 22/11/2018
If you live or visit Wroclaw you may look for some instagrammable places. Sure - the Old Town and Ostrów Tumski are beautiful, but so crowded it's hard to take a nice picture there (unless you go there very early morning - even before old ladies running to the church). But Daliowa Island (Wyspa Daliowa) in the very center of the city is usually empty and serene.


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Fashion News Outfit Travel

How to sneak into the fashion show without invitation – Paris Fashion Week Diary

By on 14/11/2018
Fashion week - or month, if you consider New York, Milan, London and Paris combined together - is the biggest fashion celebration, and invitations to designers' fashion shows seem to be the most sought-after style accessory. Access is given to stars, important influencers, valuable clients and buyers only; no wonder the mortals are left hopeless and can participate in those events only via internet streaming of what happens on catwalks.
Bo

I'm Bo - founder of ShopTrotter and BoldOld Blog I kind of like fashion - meaning: I like to look good, but spending too much time shopping is something that makes me feel overwhelmed. Besides of that - I have a walk-in closet full of wonderful stuff that I use once in 1-2 years... I know, it's outreagous! So I decided to start the Instagram account and try to reuse pieces I own for a long time, without compromising on fashion and style. My new motto is to re-create and re-cycle, instead of buying new stuff over and over. Now I shop consciously - buying only the items that complement my other clothes.

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