rocks markets, coco liberace and a taste of mykonos .

Strolling through the Rocks Markets, this little store caught my eye . Coco Liberace . I have a weaknesso for grecian inspired pieces with evil eyes and lapis charms…so naturally i veered in the direction of this store . Bec, the only store assistant to warmly greet us as we approached the store, had some beautiful pieces – one in particular caught my eye, a chunky gold statement necklace – of course i bought it!

Not to my surprise when I googled their website, this duo established their label in Mykonos…the exact place where my heart has remained for the last year . The catalyst for their inspiration is somewhat refreshing and veritably emulates the treasures you discover on the streets of Mykonos . the exact reason this label is so appealing .

Will definitely be visiting their stores again 🙂

x M .

Pumpkins, evil eyes, tattoos & Marc Jacobs .

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M wears watch by Marc Jacobs, bracelet with pumpkin charm by Thomas Sabo, evil eye bracelets from Mykonos .

This is my favourite watch…although it regularly frequents my wrist I have to detest my sisters ownership of it, being stealth and stealing it from her wardrobe…only to then dob myself in via the methodologies of social media . The pumpkin charm resonates a sentiment in my heart of my nonna who passed away almost a year ago, but the emptiness makes it feel as though it only happened yesterday – coinciding with this I have her name tattooed on my wrist; Olga . Everytime I look at it I smile with fond memories .
The Grecian bracelets are European purchases and gifts, although they may not cost more than a few euros the devastation that occurs when these break is phenomenal . Money may burn but experiences last a lifetime and thus money becomes irrelevant when happiness is dominant .

M .