My last article was about how to wear combat boots. Today I was doing window shopping on the internet and I saw a lot of trendy combat boots. Here I show you my favourite combat boots from the cheapest one to the most expensive.


ZARA (79,95 EU)

Anfibi Dora in pelle e nabuk ganni

GANNI (369 EU)

Dr martines



ZARA (79.95 EU)

Everdon buckled ombré leather ankle boots BURBERRY


Embellished glossed-leather ankle boots D&G






I always loved combat boots and now they are finally back!
They are one of the coolest accessories this season but when you think how to wear them you might have some doubts because, if you take them singularly, they aren’t the most feminine things in the word and they might seem difficult to wear.

Here you are some (of my favourite) ways to wear combat boots and be super cool:

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Yesterday I showed you my favourite Golden Globes’looks and today I want to show you my favourite​ Post Party and After Party.

I hope you’ll like them as much as I do!
Let me know what do you think.


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These Golden Globes were really unusual. Why? Because (almost) all the celebrities on the red carpet were dressed in black for a worthy reason: they want to protest sexual harassment and raise awareness for Time’s Up. Some of them explained why they went all-noir for the awards show.

Here you are some of my favourites messages:

Meryl Streep: “I think people are aware now of a power imbalance and it’s something that leads to abuse, it has led to abuse in our own industry. We want to fix that and we feel emboldened in a thick black line dividing then from now.”

Debra Messing: “I am wearing black to thank and honour all of the brave whistleblowers​​ who came forward, shared their stories of harassment, assault, and discrimination. I’m wearing black to, to stand in solidarity with my sisters all over the globe and I’m here to celebrate the rollout of this incredible initiative Time’s Up. We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, equal pay. I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn’t believe​ in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts. I miss Cat Sadler. So we stand with her. That’s something that can change tomorrow you know, we want people to start having this conversation that women are just as valuable as men.”

Kerry Washington: “The reason we’re here, the reason we didn’t just stay home is that​ we feel we shouldn’t have to sit out the night, give up our seats at the table, our voice in this industry because of bad behaviour​ that wasn’t ours. We get to be here to celebrate each other and support each other and stand in joy and solidarity and say we are looking out for anybody who feels marginalized in the workplace, whether you’re a woman or man, because of your sexual orientation, age, race, gender, we’re here to support you. Which is part of the reason why we’ve formed the legal defense fund, which has already raised $15 million, 60 countries, all 50 states and Puerto Rico, people have just been donating because the legal defense fund is to go to people who have faced assault or prejudice or abuse in the workplace and don’t have access to legal representation. So we’re committed to making a change not just in our industry, but every industry.”

Katherine Langford: “What we’re doing is supporting work that’s already been done by so many people for such a long period of time, but tonight is special for the Time’s Up movement, which is supporting equality not just for women but also for men and all non-binary people across every industry. And the reason we’re wearing black is to show solidarity with everyone.”

One word: INSPIRING!

Anyways, here you are my favourite red carpet looks:

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Tomorrow will be last day of my holidays so my routine will start again: have breakfast, go to school, have lunch, study, do a bit of sport, have dinner, go to bed and repeat. I just want to make some changes for better, here you are my 2018 resolutions (who knows.. you might take the cue from mine!)

  1. Exercise more, maybe with a workout buddy.
  2. Read more books: I have a long list of books, 15 I think, and I don’t find some time to read them… My goal at the moment is reading one book every month but I hope I’ll read more than one.
  3. Trave more: I love travelling… I love discovering new things, new places, visiting museums,  meet new people and learn from their stories. In 2017 I couldn’t do it for a lot of reasons but this year I want to remedy!
  4. Work on the blog.
  5. Save money… Maybe saving 100 euros every month I could travel more ;)!
  6. Clean my closet every two months. Why? I have too many clothes and there’s always such a chaos so I want to try to keep it orderly.
  7. Show to myself I can do everything I want!

I’d love to hear your 2018 resolutions, tell me if yours are similar to mine.

Kisses, Lucrezia.