Creating shopping lists every month helps me re-consider functionality of my wardrobe (and not only) and keep on track all my expenditures. This season I really want to focus on much needed self-care, organisation and mentioned already functionality (aka no high heeled boots).

1. Retrofête Veronica sequined chiffon midi skirt

Definately the biggest MUST, especially during the festive season. Statement skirt, like this Retrofête bright sequin skirt will help in creating many jaw-dropping looks – paired either with white t-shirt or animal print turtle neck, will definitely be a good investment.

2. 17-month Planner

I feel my best when I’m organized! In the past I owned two planner and recently listened to Almost 30 podcast with the founder of these hopeful and cheerful brand. The planner is wood-free, has jaw-dropping design, fun stickers and most importantly, enough space to write down all your daily tasks and goals! Nothing makes me want to get one for unapologetically comming 2020.

3. Gisou honey infused hair oil

Gisou honey infused hair oil by Negin Mirsalehi

Negin Mirsalehi was the first influencer I fallowed on Instagram back in 2016 and when I found out about her Gisou brand I knew I needed to try it! Especially with the beautiful story behing the product. She combined her fathers’ beekeeping skills passed for six generation in her family and her mothers’ passion for making her own hair products as a hairdresser.

4. Agolde Pinch Waist Jeans

I think I mentioned it at least 100 times – I’m totally in love with AGOLDE denim. It’s amazing quality and perfect vintage fit – they look amazing styled with high heels and statement shirt and they keep everything in place, making you feel more confident than ever. I stan!

5. Dr Martens Rixon Made in England

Dr Martens Rixon Made in England boots

I just realized that all my winter boots, excluding my hiking shoes, are high heeled, which is not really functional. That’s why I decided to place these legendary Dr Martens boots as priority on my shopping list.


Trench coat game was never so strong! You’ve probably seen it everywhere this season. Luckly for us, it’s not a one-time trend that’s going to end up at the bottom of your wardrobe and forgotten.

It’s timeless and classic. Will be appropriate for any occassion, starting from after gym to leaving the party throw on. It can be up and down dressed very easly, and also, can be worn as a dress.

You can find trenches in every shop and every price range. As it’s a timeless piece, you will definately wear for more than few seasons – it’s not a sin to spend a reasonable amount of money on it, as it will serve you for ages! If you’re lucky to already be in possesion of this amazing chic rain coat, I would suggest to look for an additional one with statement accents, like exaggerated A-line shaped or two toned trenches.

How do you style trench coat this season?

Mixing two latest trends – trench and total denim look is an absolute must! Complete a straight leg jeans over a favorite heeled boot and denim shirt look with this classic throw on and statement geometrical bag.

Every winter deserves total nude looks, which are build by a total classic basics from your wardrobe and trench will play a very important role!

I’m also obsessing over trench coat styled with super-casual accents, like a favorite rock band t-shirt or flared jeans and 70’s platform shoes.