Heathrow Terminal 2





I'm currently sat on the sofa, watching Escape to the Country. If you are English you probably know of it, where you see people touring potential homes to move into in the countryside. My second load of laundry is also on, as tomorrow morning I am headed to the airport to fly to Northern Ireland for a friend's wedding. Appropriately here is a look at a smart airport look, which could easily be taken straight to dinner and a cocktail or to a meeting. I love the sort of outfit that works for several scenarios.

What are your plans for the weekend? 

Blush



Apricot Top | New Yorker Shorts | Furla Bag | Boohoo Sunglasses | Primark Slides

This is my last look from the Summer, which I am very sad to say, because it's my favourite season. The fluffy slides are ridiculous but I couldn't help myself, sadly they were not as comfortable as they look! It is a great outfit for a Summer day, and I can't tell you enough how much use I have gotten out of my furla bag. It's tiny, but fits all I need for a day around the city. 

These next few days I have off, and going to the gym is at the top of my list, along with sleeping. How do you motivate yourself to go the gym after a week of not going?! Need to get on it.

I do look forward to sharing more outfits this Autumn/Winter now that I live in England, where my puffer coats won't be my only option! 

London Tower Bridge






This has to be my favourite cut for a dress. It's incredibly flattering and comfortable to wear. I didn't know much about Missguided before moving here, but they have some really nice pieces. It's a similar price range to boohoo, so perfect for trendy pieces. I paired it with a comfortable pair of neutral wedges, and I am so sad it's now too cold to wear them. Guess I just need to go on holiday somewhere hot! (A girl can dream right?!)


I have been to London a few times since I moved back, but I haven't done nearly enough exploring. If you live here, or have visited some cool sites, please let me know. I am not originally from this area in the UK, so I have a lot to explore. 

Hay Bales






Welcome to the new design layout of Stiletto in the Cloud! I am so happy to finally have a blog layout that I love. It took a long time to sort out because I wanted to learn how to code myself. Unfortunately, being a newly graduated full time vet just meant it was absolutely not going to happen anytime soon. I do hope you love the new design as much as I do.  I found this one on etsy which is a great place to search many options. 

This look was shot in summer, just before I moved from Austria to the UK. I loved how the pictures turned out, and I do hope you will forgive me for sharing them so late. I have some content backed up which I hope to share over the next few weeks. 

It was my birthday a couple of weeks ago, and if you follow me on instagram, you will have seen all about it on instastories. I went to the Harry Potter Studios, and I felt transported back to the magic of where it all started. Truly, I recommend any Harry Potter fans to go there if ever possible.   

Work has been busy, and I am learning so much every day. I find I get home exhausted, but I wouldn't change it for anything. It's stressful at times, but also very rewarding when my patients come back feeling better. 


Bank Holiday Weekend









Zara Top | Furla Bag (similar) | New Yorker Shorts (similar) | Asos Flats (very similar) | Boohoo Sunglasses (similar

This month has gone by so quickly! This all considering I still don't have wifi at home. Working as a vet has been really interesting, but also stressful and I am learning so much every single day. I imagine it's the same with most jobs when you are fresh out of university. Living in the UK again has been so nice, and heading into central London whenever possible is something I need to take more advantage of. I have been decorating my new home and getting settled, so I am hoping that in September things will be running more smoothly. 


This weekend I went down to Poole to visit my brother. We did a boat trip around Brownsea Island and some of the other small ones. I wore this new top from Zara, and distressed denim shorts to make it more casual. Yesterday was spent by the pool reading a new book, it's called Divas by Rebecca Chance and I'm finding it quite entertaining. Today, I am just heading to a yoga class and then I will probably hang out at the pool and soak up the most of the sunshine. 

I hope you also had a lovely weekend! 



Art Studio





Mango Top | Zara Trousers | Primark Heels (similar) | Furla Bag (similar)

On the way to a dinner party, we stopped by a friends art gallery and I couldn't resist snapping some photos. You can check out his website here. He works with a lot of glass, designing incredible pieces, some even functional as well as stunning. This top was one of those sales purchases I simply couldn't resist. It's very flowy and easy to wear, plus it allows for a big lunch or dinner, if you know what I mean. 


I have now officially moved back to the UK! If you follow me on instagram, then you have probably seen the very intense journey it took. You can't fly animals into England in cabin, only in cargo. I wasn't willing to do that to Cindy, as she is an indoor cat and would probably not survive it, not to mention the risks of travelling in summer with the heat. So I flew into London last Tuesday, rented a car on Wednesday and drove through the Channel Tunnel to Paris. Then flew to Vienna, and the next day flew back to Paris with my precious cargo (Cindy) to drive back into England. Very very happy we made it here safe.

I am also starting my new job as a vet today, terrifying, so please wish me luck! 

Pink Pastels





Bershka Top (similar) | Zara Skirt (similar in grey) | Bijou Brigitte Necklace (similar) | Ralph Lauren Sandals (similar) | Asos Sunglasses (similar)

This morning I have just arrived in London (writing from the airport pre-flight) to register as a vet in the UK. It's crazy exciting to be moving back here, but I still have a couple more flights in order to move my cat (Cindy) over too. I honestly thought two suitcases would fit pretty much everything, but apparently I must be a hoarder. Not really, but I am sure you can relate to the ridiculous amount of things we manage to accumulate over just a few years.

On to the outfit. This is what I wore to a family dinner to celebrate my graduation, and I have to say it's such a good combination. The tweed skirt is perfect for all year, and personally I think it gives off some serious Chanel vibes. What do you think? I also loved how my flowers matched my outfit, because isn't that the instagram life goal?


I hope everyone has a lovely week, and if all goes well this time next week I will be starting my new job as a vet! Fingers crossed. 

24 hours in Budapest








H&M Dress | Furla Bag (similar) | Ralph Lauren Sandals (similar) | Asos Sunglasses

After graduation and packing up my apartment, my family and I headed to Budapest for a day. It was really nice to be back there, and do a bit of sightseeing. We decided to go with the hop-on hop-off bus tour, but while this may work in other cities, it really was the worst choice. The  traffic is at an all time standstill, so I would recommend to use the underground or tram systems. 


This dress happens to be one of my current favourite pieces and I wear it at every chance. It's so easy to throw on and go, plus with the silver sandals and bag it was the perfect dressed down version for sightseeing. I normally shy away from red, but this piece spoke to me. I have also started seeing a lot of pricier versions of this dress on other bloggers, so you really can't beat the price on this one. 

Graduation: I'm a Vet!






Zara Dress (similar styles below) | Zara Heels (similar

I still can't quite believe I have now graduated and am officially a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (or DVM). It has been such a long and hard journey (6 years), but I am very excited to start the next chapter in my life. I will also be moving back to the UK in a few weeks, after about 17 years of living abroad in Spain, Austria and Slovakia (where I studied!). I am now back in Austria after packing up my apartment in Koลกice (Slovakia) last week and trying to do a clean out here.

The dress I chose for the graduation ceremony was perfect. I had actually purchased it about 3-4 years ago on sale in Zara, and never found the right occasion to wear it. It was always too formal and smart for most cases, and then I decided about a year ago to save it for graduation rather than wearing it for my state exams (which also required smart outfits).

After graduation we headed to Budapest for a day, so I will share those photos on here next. Also if you don't already, I have been posting more on instagram and instastories and would love if you joined me there :)