Showing posts with label style. Show all posts
Showing posts with label style. Show all posts

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Gypset destination - Antiparos style

Gypset style in Antiparos

Ugly shoe

Vintage top

Jean shorts

Balenciaga shoes
£600 -

Gold handbag

Tribal jewelry

Prism blue glasses

Antiparos is one of Gypset's favourite destinations. It's ben described as, “a picturesque island with beautiful beaches, many ciders, solitary whitewashed chapels….” 
Gypset guide to Antiparos

It is situated 30 minutes by small ferry from Paroikia (Paros) or eight minutes by car ferry from Pounta (Paros) which runs every half hour from dawn to after midnight.  You can hire a car on Paros and drive back to Antiparos every night! The water-sports facilities at Pounta on Paros are actually closer to Antiparos, being eight minutes away by ferry. 
Life revolves round the harbour-front and the main street leading from there to the square, taking you past dozens of tavernas and restaurants and many of the island’s shops. There is real atmosphere here in a very laid-back way and people return again and again. There are plenty of beaches to choose from: several are within easy walking distance of the village, others are a few km south on the east coast - the best way is to use a bike.
Gypset Antiparos

Gypset loves: 
to tan: Panagia beach, Livadia beach and Soros bech (please be aware that some of them are nudist friendly! :)
to eat: Captain Pipinos, T'agieri, Sunset Deseo

to stay: private villa

Saturday, 23 May 2015

How to dress for a date in the park

Gypset style: How to dress for a date in the park?
Wear something sexy, but casual. Gypset suggests crochet top with beige shorts. Put your summer boho hat on. The best idea for shoes would be gladiator sandals - they are both comfy and sexy. Finish your look with a girly flower bag! Enjoy the date!

Central Park Date

Maurices cropped cardigan
£19 -

MINKPINK blue shorts

Stuart Weitzman gladiator shoes
£270 -

Coral tote
£63 -

Wide brim hat

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Les Palmiers beach - styling crochet monokini

Gypset goes to the beach! Put on Sardinia monokini, Crochet espadrilles, Gypsy floral skirt and take Ibiza boho tote! All by Le Lapin Blanc. And don't forget your sunglasses!

Les Palmiers

Red skirt

Sardinia monokini

Slip-on shoes

Red mirrored sunglasses

Fedora hat

le lapin blanc

Modern harem: How to wear harem pants

Question: How to wear harem pants
Gypset answer: you will need:

  • Colourful harem/yoga/sweat pants 
  • Plain tank top
  • Colourful boho gilet (we love sheepskin or Mongolian lamb)  
  • Ankle gladiator sandals
  • Fedora hat
  • Bohemian messenger bag
  • Boho accessorise 

And don't forget to drink water!
Modern harem

Monki white shirt

White vest

Valentino shoes
£795 -

Leather bag

J Crew gold jewelry
£210 -

Black hat

Aquaovo bpa free water bottle
£16 -

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

One thousand and one night

Gypset hostess style: You are in Ibiza and have an upcoming soiree in your house. What to wear to look effortlessly stylish and glamour?
Gypset suggests oriental relaxed style. Long loose kaftan with turban, harem pants fixed by kuchi tribal belt and ankle gladiator sandals. Add boho earrings to complete the look and you are a Gypset superstar!
One thousand and one night

Stella Jean white shawl
£1,710 -


Flip flop sandals
£17 -


Gemstone earrings
£4.51 -

Missoni hat
£110 -

Tribal tassel belt