There is one night in a year when you can dress up like a diva – sparks, glitter, sexiness and champagne showers – this night does not set a boundaries! From the 1920′ chic dresses to 1980′ sparkling shorts and sequin blazers – your choice is unlimited.

During the New Year’s Eve, there is only one, sure thing – you need to be visible!  Szputnyik shop, which is Budapest fashion mecca is going to provide you the sexiest and the wildest outfits for this special night!

There is no  “must have” for this year party. You can go for one of the Szputnyik classic vintage little black dresses, which is an evergreen choice when it comes to special occasions. But if you feel you want to rock the party Szputnyik can offer a lot of sparkling and sequin blouses, shorts, blazers or beautiful lace pieces and printed tank tops with unique graphic designs.

Your beloved Queen peeped through the showroom, and chose for you the best fashion pieces!

She even turned herself into a model and tried to keep her balance, wearing 15 cm high heels shoes. What a sacrifice!

Hopefully, you will appreciate her effort!

Vintage dress

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Inseparable accessories 

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Sparkling blazer, metallic blouse and sequin shorts

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photos: Szputnyik shop/Jónás Jácint

In April the old 130 square meters shop moved to a new spot of 300 square meters, still located at Dohány ut 20. White theme along with vintage decor make this place truly unique. We can surely say that Szputnyik has already become a symbol of the exciting streetwear world.

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store-d20-2n8If you wish to be up to date with the latest fashion trends, follow Szputnyik crew on Facebook and don’t forget to pay a visit, while being in Budapest!

In my next post I will present you Hungarian, underground divas who rule Budapest parties wearing Szputnyik clothes.

Stay tuned!

ps. Vintage, romantic dress or sexy, sequin shorts? Which look would you choose?

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