I had couple of ideas what my next post should be about, but to be honest all of them completely vanished just seconds ago.

These holidays are a bit different to me. Mainly because I feel different, as a person. These months haven't changed me completely. Maybe just a bit. But London... It opens up the eyes of each individual as to what world is about. Or maybe it's just me. Then again first time in many years I feel like I belong somewhere. Where my ideas and talents are not being judged but uplifted.

Even though I spend so much time at university that I forget to eat or sleep I am finally content with my life and that is a best feeling. To give in to something that can never hurt or abandon you. Where you can grow as an individual and feel secure. That is ART. And what a huge relief it is when your expectations match reality. I know, expecting something is vain and most of the time everyone gets hurt because of their expectations, but in this case I just couldn't stop thinking how much of a change the decision to study at UAL will bring to my life. Obviously, I was thinking about positive outcomes only and I wasn't disappointed even a tiny bit.

And this time a small collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld!

 Top & pants - ZARA
Shoes - Public Desire
Photographer - Rusne Draz

Spreading positivity

23 December 2016 London, UK

It has been ages since I posted anything again... And I'm truly sorry. But having my intense schedule in mind that should be understandable. I'm not complaining. I love what I do and the fact that I'm lucky enough to be able to do it is overwhelming, but when you are caught up in the moment you don't really overthink things.

You just let it go...

This time I had pleasure working with a talented Lithuanian photographer Rusne Draz wearing Kenzo x H&M clothes. Colorful clothing is not really my thing as you may have noticed, but this time I though I'll give it a shot. Let me know what you think about the Kenzo x H&M collection!


Dress, jacket & bag - Kenzo x H&M
Heels - Public Desire
Photographer - Rusne Draz

Kenzo x H&M

16 December 2016 London, UK

People used to tell me that my blog differs from all the others in a good way because I CAN write. In my opinion (and I think a lot of people would agree with me) blogging is not only about pretty pictures, but also about personality. Us, bloggers have a right to share our opinions: to criticize, uplift and share our insights on various topics. Sadly, most bloggers are incapable of using this right. Some blame the lack of time, but honestly, it‘s just that plain disability to express one's thoughts on a sheet of paper. I can say the same thing, that I don‘t have time to write decent pieces, because of my university and many many other different things, but honestly, I don‘t find time for the things that I‘m unwilling to do. And no one can be blamed for it. Everyone has their moments: when you are simply uninspired to do anything. The only thing that can be labeled as the biggest distraction towards creating is – happiness. When you are completely content with your life it‘s almost impossible to create something great, because you already feel complete with whatever it is that you are doing.

And now I am happy.

Of course, it doesn‘t mean that I already have everything I‘ve ever wanted – not at all. My goals are much greater than getting into UAL (Univeristy of the arts London). However, I‘m not yet willing to share them with you guys. Because like I said some things are worth keeping to yourself, until they actually happen, because the worst thing that we can possibly do is to expect something, either from others or just in general. These false expectations are exactly what puts us down. We create this fantasy, where everything works out perfectly fine, but in reality, it never does, because life is never a fantasy. Life is many tears, laughter, kisses and huge dramas... It's never a movie, nor it has a happy ending because the ending of something itself is considered to be sad.

What I want to say with this post is that - don‘t feel obligated to fulfill someone‘s expectations or make them happy, because – THIS IS NOT YOUR GOAL. Be content with yourself and the ones around will get the same feeling automatically.

Also, today I‘m wearing wonderful Agnes Flick combo alongside with belt and Polette sunglasses. Giveaway coming soon, so stay updated & motivated!

Photos taken by wonderful Jonathan Faulkner.

Much love,

Top & Trousers: Agnes Flick
Sunglasses: Polette 
Shoes: Public desire
Photographer: Jonathan Faulkner

Explore more, expect least

16 October 2016 London, UK

So, everything is not quite as glamorous as it seems ...

And no, London is just as I expected it to be. Every place can be both magical and trashy at the same time, but it only depends on the way you look at things. Staying positive may be the hardest thing when you are being turned down for a hundred times in the row, but the ones who are still capable of believing in themselves after uncountable failures - make it. Well, at least this is what I believe in, or I chose to believe. That's the only thing that keeps my head high up. But let's not get into that this time.

I usually never get into the details about my life in London, my studies or how my day looks like because I've no idea if anyone would be interested in it and also I still feel like some things I have to keep for myself. Maybe as I get deeper into the university life I will share some details or tips.

And now... Just wait and see what happens.

This time, I had pleasure working with another Lithuanian clothing brand Top To Bottom, which creates wonderful ''multi dresses''. Each dress has many different ways of wearing it and that's what makes them interesting! So, if you haven't heard of this brand before, you should definitely check it out. And yes, I know that I've just uploaded a look with a coat, but couldn't resist shooting this dress, even though it was quite cold.

That's it for this time.


P.S. Still searching for a fashion photographer in London, so if you know anyone hit me up!

Dress: Top To Bottom
Shoes: Public desire
Photographer: Aiste Biskyte

Fighting for my way through

10 October 2016 London, UK

Today is exactly two weeks since I've moved to London and I still can't believe it. In a good way obviously, but still... I just can't stop using the word crazy, because it is 'crazy' that dreams actually do come true. I've just started fashion bags and accessories course at University of the arts London (LCF), however as much as I like bags, I still feel like I belong at womenswear, so I'll try switching from for second semester. To be honest, there are no deep thoughts going on my mind, no nothing just complete dedication and realization how hard I will have to work in order to actually get somewhere.

Everything is still quite confusing, but I know I'll make it, because I have no other choice, really. Then again, everyone comes here expecting for the same thing and most of them just get devastated and disappointed with the lifestyle and its fast pace. Coming from quite a small town is not an easy thing to get used to London, but I think that so far I'm doing just fine. Still positive and as motivated as I've always been. The competition is obviously huge, but that's exactly what keeps one going.

I just honestly have this good feeling about everything.

These photos were still taken back in Lithuania by Deimante Dubauskaite. However, new projects are coming soon! Also, introducing amazing belts! Hope you enjoy!



My second week in a big city

30 September 2016 London, UK

 So London is crazy. It‘s the first time that I‘m directly blogging from here. Been super busy with everything and my thoughts are just all over the place, that is the reason that I haven‘t posted in a while, even though I have had the photos I‘ve wanted to share with you guys, the whole time.

It still feels like I‘m dreaming like I‘m going to wake up any moment soon and realize that I‘m back home. And the fact that I‘ve finally turned this huge dream of mine into reality is just insane, that is why it is so hard for me to realize that I‘ve finally made it. Something I‘ve been dreaming of for over eight years now is not a dream anymore.

I‘ve only been here for three days now, so it‘s really nothing yet. My course at the university starts at 26th of September, meaning I still have a little bit of time to explore London. Which, I will willingly do. Also,I‘m searching for photographers and makeup artists that would be willing to work with me in London, long term. So if you know anyone tag them in the comments below ar email me at

This time, I’m sharing photos which were taken back in Lithuania in collaboration with Ramune Piekautaite and COCKOO.

As a designer Solveiga defines her jewellery brand, COCKOO grows out of something organic, structured, sensual and minimal.  Each piece is made with love. Handmade // wild and free. See for yourself!

Much love from London,

 Sweater, skirt, belt & top: Ramune Piekautaite
 Jewellery: COCKOO

From London, with love

19 September 2016 London, UK

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