Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Street Style

Street Style

Italians and tourists alike were spotted flaunting various styles in the streets of Rome. As the flowers start to blossom in Rome and the cold winter month’s drift away the chic spring styles start to emerge. Here are some styles we observed and liked at Personal Shopper Roma:

A patterned dress paired with a solid blazer makes for the perfect transition between winter and spring. The strappy sandals also add a nice touch for the warm weather.

Shoes: these are two prime examples of style staples in Europe. These styles seem to be travelling very quickly to the United States as well. The Adidas sneakers are very popular among men and women recently. They can clearly be dressed up or down, adding a stylish look to any outfit. The chunky black boot is also an extremely popular fall and winter requirement. Here, it is paired with a light blouse for a more summery look while the black leather backpack ties the entire outfit together.  

This style of leather backpack is very fashionable. It serves its purpose as a place to store belongings, all the while being very trendy and adding a touch of style. The bag pairs nicely with brown sandals and the outfit’s light, neutral colors are fit for a spring day.

This layering technique is very popular around Europe. If you look closely, the woman is fashioning a blouse, topped by a blazer all under a short sleeve, loose cardigan sweater. Layering is a great concept because you are able to sacrifice a layer without sacrificing your fashion.

Shoes: These stylish rainboots are perfect for any sort of weather. They are fashionable enough to wear when it’s not raining and you will always be prepared for a sudden, unexpected rainstorm decides to hit.

Shades: Reflective lenses on sunglasses are a very popular style currently. They provide a pop of color to any outfit, especially one like this, solid, neutral colors.

Shoes: These modern Velcro sneakers are the perfect touch to make any outfit both stylish and comfortable.

Colorful accessories are a great way to add a pop of color to a solid or neutral outfit. If you’re ever feeling to bland or boring, add a colorful purse, necklace or sunglasses to spice up your outfit.

This tri-colored suit is a nice choice for a spring or summer day.

Circular sunglasses are also coming into style. The wood frames are extremely popular.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016


Tours, Cooking & Events has chosen the #picsoftheday with all these models with a very good style. Their favorite brands? Michael Kors, Furla, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel... And we love too! Thanks to both of them.

Pic by Claudia Varner.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016



Ristorante – Pizzeria – Wine Bar
Piazza Augusto Imperatore, 9
Located conveniently across the street from our offices, ‘Gusto offers a buffet style aperitivo with a large selection of small bites.  Choose from Sicilian-arancini, mini sandwiches, salads, and pizza!  For only 11 Euro you can enjoy a plate from the buffet along with a Calice of house wine.  In addition to the prefix menu there is an extensive list of wines and cocktails to choose from.  Apertivo is available at ‘Gusto all week from 12-24. 

Freni E Frizioni
Via del politeama, 4/6
Located on the edge of Trastevere, Freni E Frizioni takes a hip and artsy spin on aperitivo.  There is an extensive list of unique cocktails, but don’t worry if nothing catches your eye the skilled bartenders can create a special drink to cater to your taste. Aperitivo is served in buffet style!  Freni E Frizioni offers  a calm atmosphere and if the bar gets too crowd the fun will filter out to the terrace. 

Salotto 42
Piazza di pietra
This aperitivio spot is located just minutes away from the Pantheon in Piazza di Pietra.   Salotto 42 offers a unique atmosphere through its interesting decor, cocktails and music selection.  This welcoming bar has three locations the first one being Rome followed by Capri and Copenhagen.  The bar has been rewarded 2nd place as the World’s Best Bars and has been nominated in the World’s 50 Best Bars.   

Tree Bar
Ristorante – Pizzeria – Beer
Via Flaminia, 226
Tree Bar gets its name from its leafy green atmosphere, which is rare in a metropolitan city like Rome. Tree Bar is know for its wood fire oven which produces exceptional fresh bread, foccacia and pizza. The bar serves its own beer brewed from local wheat cultivated on their own fields.  There is a lunch special from Tuesday to Friday offering Pizza or Calzone, Beer or Wine and Coffe for 10 euro!

Thursday, April 14, 2016


Thanks to our model who has a very good modern style. @sandroparis@bottegaveneta 
www.personalshopperroma.it / info@personalshopperroma.it

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

LBD- Little Black Dress

A Little Black Dress is an essential item to every women's wardrobe!  The LBD, has been an indispensable fashion item since it appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine in 1926.  When in doubt it is always safe to stick with your Little Black Dress. Your LBD can solve any fashion emergency!  


Monday, April 11, 2016

Looks We Love: Lace-up Heels!

Even celebrities have been rocking this chic trend! 
Lace-up heels are all the crazy right now and we are obsessed with these flirty statement shoes!  Rome has also been a supporter of the lace-up trend.  From boutiques to commercial stores we guarantee you will find the perfect pair of lace-up heels while shopping in Rome!   

Friday, April 8, 2016

The Verde, Roma


THE VERDE rappresenta la bellezza, lo stile, lo charme italiano.
La proprietaria Daniela ti accoglie ogni giorno nella sua boutique di abbigliamento dove troverai un'atmosfera sia rilassante che chic, nel cuore di Roma, zona Piazza di Spagna. 
Oltre l'eleganza, la qualità dei prodotti è indiscutibile.
Per di più, il professionismo di Daniela ti aiuterà a fare la scelta giusta. 

Avrai anche l'opportunità di godere di uno sconto se precisi che sei un lettore del nostro blog. 

10 important steps before your wedding.

1. Start With a Budget: How much is going to cost? Plan out the maximum amount you're able to spend on all the wedding vendors, details and decorations. Be sure to set a budget early on! 

2. Make a To-Do List: The first couple of weeks that you immerse yourself in wedding planning will feel extra hectic and chaotic, so try to keep yourself organized with a to-do list. Write all the tasks you can think of on one document. Stay as organized as possible.
3. Delegate Tasks to Your Family Members: If you're not sure which tasks to hand over, have them take a look at your to-do list and pick any items that they feel they can execute for you. Get a Second opinion from them. 
4. Don't Be Afraid to Get Personal: Don't follow the wedding traditions if they're not yours. Don't be afraid to give your wedding a personal touch. 
5. Put Someone You Trust in Charge: Your best friend, your sister... Whatever! Choose one person you trust to be in charge of some important tasks.
6. Work as a Team With Your Fiancé: Turn to your fiancé for help along the way and even make wedding planning something fun you do together.
7. Keep Your Wedding Details a Secret: Have some wedding surprises along the way that you keep secret between just you and your fiancé, whether it's a special dessert bar or even an activity that will be taking place at your wedding.
8. Let the Groom Have His "Thing": An easy way for your groom to get involved is to give him something special to plan for the wedding, whether it's a whiskey bar or even the gifts for his groomsmen.
9. Consider Taking Off Work the Week Before: There may be a lot of last-minute tasks along the way, so consider taking off a few days before the wedding to just have some time to rest, relax, and to give yourself a buffer.

10. Take Time Between Your Wedding and Your Honeymoon: Planning a wedding and a honeymoon at the same time can be expensive and very time consuming! Just focus on your wedding, and you'll have time to plan your honeymoon later.

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