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Acum aproape 4 ani, tatal meu mi-a facut-o cadou. Mi-o doream de foarte mult timp! Am invatat singura sa o folosesc, o mai stricam, o mai reparam, pana intr-un final cand am inceput sa ne intelegem. E portocalie, este foarte grea si este
At first Sweet Paprika was a verse from a poem written by Gabriela Atanasov during her English Class in Higschool and it is a metaphor for “LOVE”. Lately it has become a way of living in the sweet-spicy style and a fashion blog, on the 12th of october 2012 it also turned to be the name of the first collection created by Gabriela Atanasov.
In 2013 the Sweet Paprika concept along with her designer decided to put the Red Dot on the “i” and open an online shop, the one where you are browsing for unique stuff right NOW! Here you can purchase SWEET PAPRIKA items signed by Gabriela Atanasov and the latest creations of the Romanian Designers. Moreover if you are a Vintage addict, you can enjoy a range of various products that have at least a 20 year old story behind them.
After 2 years from launching the “Sweetaspaprika” blog it has been decided that it needed an urgent ” facial lifting” …so from now you can get inspired from Gabriela’s looks by following the Blog section of this Site.
The Sweet Paprika concept was created for the ones who didn’t forget that they were girls,who are young ladies, who want to become ladies but above all remain women.
With kilos of passion and love ,
Laziness has become my biggest comfort. And during a Sunday i would do anything to do nothing. Just stay in that bed, watch non-sense tv shows on TV and drink a cup of tea with a lot of biscuits. Sometimes my laziness continues on Mondays too. I
Richard Aldington. 1892– 165. Prelude HOW could I love you more? I would give up Even that beauty I have loved too well That I might love you better. Alas, how poor the gifts that lovers give— 5 I can but give you of my flesh and strength, I can