Bustier – Courtesy of Fairground, Dress – Courtesy of StyleSofia, Boots – River Island, Grey pants – Uniqlo, Belt – JHYoo, Bag – Lithuanian Market, Plaid shirt – Calvin Klein

Well, other than migrating from bed to bed in the house for mini naps and mapping the neighbours from my window I managed to convince a friend to meet for a coffee. OK FINE, I begged her. Convince, beg, same difference. (Sob) Flora showed me the cosiest cafe in Warsaw called My ‘o’ my where I had best salad in town. Well, probably the best in town because I have virtually no friends and thus haven’t had too many salads in town.

OK enough with the moping, clearly this being alone in a big house has given me the catlady attitude. My parents are coming back tomorrow so a reminder to those who’ve passed out after the houseparty and never left, please TYOB (Take Your Own Beercans).

Here I am, talking to dussst.

(Thank you Flora for the outfit shots!)

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  1. I love your lace skirt (or dress?), is it DIY? it’s beautiful!

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    Thank you, it’s a dress! :D

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  2. yummmyyy~!
    you look awsome like always!!

    xoxo from Seoul,
    Nostalgic Senses

    http://nostalgicsenses.blogspot.com

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  3. Imaginary parties truly are the best ones anyway ;)
    Love the polka dot bustier and the skirt. Have you worn the dress as a skirt here or is it a plaid top and sheer skirt?

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    Hahaa it’s a lace dress with an underskirt I tucked in! ;)

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  4. I love your outfit! Specially your skirts :)

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  5. the food looks delicious! as well as your whipsy beautiful silhouettes.

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  6. The food looks so good! Your pictures are making me hungry! And what a great lace dress you’ve got there! Hop you’ll have a great your time in Warsaw! :)

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  7. That salad looks so yum, and you look so cozy, but not in a daggy-tracky-dacks (I’m hoping that what I just said made some sort of sense, unless its one of the million terms that only Australians understand) sort of way, more decent, like if lady gaga decided to look “cozy”, she’d probably wear what your wearing, and I like lady gaga, so I’m hoping you take that as a compliment. OK this is a really long comment, so I going to stop right about … now.

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    I love long comments :$

    <3

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    actually got a little bit excited inside when you replied to my comment, like when a turtle sees beef. (if you’ve never fed a turtle, just so you know – they go nuts for beef, they’ll start jumping out of the water and everything!), – i just realized I must sound more weird with every sentence.

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  8. Oh gosh, this makes me miss Europe. I spent some time in Prague last summer, but never made it to Poland. Which is a shame, because it’s been on my “must visit” list for a looong time.

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  9. Nom nom nom! This post left me so hungry! x http://www.lostinthehaze.com

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  10. Oh my that cafe looks so cute :0 I’ve never been to Europe but I’m dying to now!

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  11. I only like salad moderately but that first picture makes me want that salad right away! haha Also, I love your polka-dot bustier and your lace dress! :)

    star-crossed smile

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  12. Witaj w moim mieście! :)

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  13. I Looooove this place!

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  14. i love when people do food posts, this looks like a great to eat!

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  15. oh my… that looks delish :) but your white skirt looks yummy as well! :) lovely outfit!

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  16. Lovely outfit, that lace dress is really cute and I would never have thought to put it over skinnies.
    X

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  17. This cafe looks so cute. I wish I could go to Warsaw! Also your skirt is super super cute. I actually really like this outfit, the layering is perfect. I wish I had more sheer garments to do stuff like that.
    Have fun with your parents!

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  18. Yaaay, My’o’my! Thank you for showing me that place last week, I will visit them more often for sure. And the salad was great indeed! x

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  19. dagmar

    i´m in warsaw in the moment…thank you for showing us this place,i´ll have lunch there today!!

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  20. I really really ADORE YOUR PICTURES!! Its full of inspiration!

    All the best,
    Carola

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  21. lovely pictures!

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  22. You look so beautifulk in these pictures… Love the maxi skirt!
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  23. beautiful pictures. i’m never failed to be impressed by your indoor photos (not that the outdoor ones aren’t great.) do you use flashlight for indoors, or mainly depend on the natural light? i don’t seem to be able to master the food pictures myself.

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    I never use flash, always natural light! Try doing the settings so that it takes in as much light as possible, for example opening the f-point to the widest (lowest number) depending on which lens you’re using. It gets better when you have a lens like 50mm f1.4 or 30mm f1.4, (or even 50mm f1.8 as cheaper version) the F-point is what matters most for light!

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    @Shini, right, i’ll give it a lot of practice. thanks for the tip! … sometimes i find my brain not working when i see food. i guess that’s a problem i’ll have to work out :)

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  24. Bustier over shirt. Clever, very clever… x

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  25. hello

    What are you doing in Warsaw? :)

    love your blog ♡

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  26. Karolina

    I love your pics! they are amazing! The outfit ones too. You look so oryginal!

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  27. Hi Shini,
    I love all your posts about Warsaw, as a Polish expat in North America, I’ve only been there once. Can’t wait to see more of your super fashionable posts about my homeland :)

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  28. I really feel like visiting warsaw now and drink the water in your picture. no seriously, looks fantastic. and uhm.. could you ask flora where her incredebly beautiful vest is from?

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    I just asked, she said it was from Mulholland Drive Store in Cracow! Another unattainable huh :(

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  29. looks like a sweet place, you find some amazing joints

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  30. I love discovering cool little cafes like this – so great! That salad looks so yum!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Shini! Your blog always makes me hungry, and not for food that I have in the house! I love your outfit here, so pretty. When are you back in London? I want us all to go somewhere for food! xx

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  32. Oh wow that salad looks ah-mazing. Also, I love the way you have clashed prints. Very stylish (as always). Come back soon please?

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  33. yay for wearing a skirt and trousers!!!!

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  34. Argh now I want salad and banoffee and to spend all day in a cafe looking contemplative! Lovely post as always.

    Thea Natalie @ Creatures of Life… x

    PS: How much longer is the Visa hiatus?

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  36. Thecook

    You are welcome. If i remember right it was me who made that salad :D

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  37. Thecook

    oh if it was on monday then it wasn’t me :D

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    Hhahahaaaaaaaa it wasn’t monday, the salad day was actually Thursday or something, not sure.

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  38. wonderful photos, wonderful blog :)

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  39. The boots are Hot!

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  40. Susana

    I love your friend’s vest! Do you possibly know where she got it?

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  42. you mix patterns so well it makes me want to stab a unicorn out of sheer jealousy. seriously. stop it.

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  43. i think you have great sense too in food…yummy pictures..everytime i see your blog, i feel hungry.. LOL

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  44. That is the theatre my cousin works at!

    I am so curious how you came to live in Warsaw–I am Polish-American, spent a few months there and loved it and hope to move there for a few years someday.

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    @Katie,

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