Friday, November 21, 2014

Outfit: I know your hopes and dreams they will collide.



Leather jacket: Zara || Blouse: Primark || Necklace: Dixi || Velvet skirt: OASAP || Hat: ASOS || Studded boots: Zara || Cross belt: Urban Outfitters (old)

Here's an outfit a bit different to my usual outfits, it's less casual and more dressy/chic - you know that saying every woman should have at least one white blouse in her wardrobe? Maybe it's kinda true, but mine is very sheer (love wearing it with a black bra underneath - you know, Lana Del Rey style… ;D ) and I haven't worn it many times. I bought it secondhand, but it was actually sold at Primark. Primark always has some cool blouses and basics, you should check 'em out, they're true bargains.
This is probably my fourth velvet skirt, but I didn't own a black one and it goes with everything. I love OASAP's velvet skirts, they're super cheap and the quality is the same as the quality of the very expensive ones. The whole combo is very grunge chic I guess - it's definitely different to my usual style, but sometimes I love trying something new. Fashion is the best way for doing that! 
Wish you all an awesome weekend.
Love & Peace xx 







Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Outfit: The sky is falling, The sun is burning, A hallway to our eyes.



Camo jacket: Zara || Slipknot tee: Primark || Shorts: Tally Weijl (old) || Necklace: Vintage || Boots: Ash

That look is being thrown together with my favorite pieces I already have for at least 2 years in my wardrobe (no kidding!) - I remember wearing that camo jacket all summer long in 2012, it was one of my favorite cover ups for chilly nights. I still love it and I somehow rediscovered it, I always love when you have something hanging in your wardrobe and you almost forgot about having it and taadaaa there it is and you still feel the same joy as before while wearing it again. 
I think camouflage prints never get old, especially in autumn season they're always back in stores. I really love this one together with my red printed band tee and some washed blue denim cut offs - the combo is almost like a festival combo you can see at Glastonbury for example. 

Btw: the title of my new look is actually from the song "Don't Look Down" by Bring Me The Horizon - love their new stuff so much, especially that song is epic! Have a listen. xx













Monday, November 17, 2014

Outfit: Gone Trippin'



"Gone Trippin" denim jacket: UNIF || Tee: Urban Outfitters || Necklaces: Dixi & TheVintageWillow || Mesh/leatherlook leggings: eBay (old) || Platform boots: Vagabond.

Actually I have that denim jacket since last spring, but I wasn't able to wear it back then because it was usually too hot - now it's almost too cold, but I wear it with a cozy knit or warm flannel shirt underneath . I love jackets which got a printed back AND I love distressed details - so this jacket is straight from heaven sent, I guess haha. I think it's sold out already and not available anymore, so I'm really happy about grabbing one of the last pieces a couple of months ago. You can't go wrong with jackets made by UNIF, their designs are always edgy, cool and something you won't see in the streets daily. I think the jacket has a bit of a happy hippie vibe, I really like the tie-dye printed patches which say "Gone" and "Trippin" and the eye print looks so dope. The jacket is also kind of oversized and I hadn't owned a light blue jacket before - they always looked a bit boring to me, this one definitely not!
It's too cold for shorts most of the time the last days, so I'm wearing my leggings again. If you're not a fan of jeans like I (I don't know, they fit weirdly and aren't that comfortable.. they don't like my legs I think :-( ), I really would suggest you some leather look leggings in winter. They keep you warm, are super comfortable, fit like a glove and give your legs a nice silhouette. I always go for fabrics like "polyester", because those are way more comfortable than ones made of polytherane which is the same material used for faux leather jackets. It's mostly not stretchy at all and fits too baggy and not skin tight as it should.
Well enough talking, wish you all a beautiful new week! Love xx










Friday, November 14, 2014

Outfit: Well, whatever nevermind.



Nevermind duster cardigan: UNIF  || Mesh stripped blouse: Secondhand || Strappy bralet: Urban Outfitters || Shorts: Romwe || Boots: Vagabond || Necklace: Dixi

You all know "Spell" is my favorite brand for boho chic fashion, but do you know who's creating the most perfect grunge inspired fashion? Right, it's the one and only: UNIF. They create the most comfortable and dopest clothes EVER, I'm really into their outerwear, especially their cardigans or biker jackets! You always get that "I don't give a f**k" attitude while wearing an item by UNIF haha. The cardigan isn't only super soft and cozy, it also has the most gorgeous plaid print - I love the khaki/burgundy/cream colors, they match so perfectly. I want the outfit to look a bit more dressed up, so I combined the sweater with my old sheer blouse (I have it for more than 4 years I think…), strappy bralet and some denim cut offs. 
Again, it's a very autumn-like combination of colors and fabrics, I simply love wearing grey shades and burgundy when it's all foggy outside and chilly - still I have to admit that the autumn here in Germany is unusually warm this year and you're not really freezing while wearing only a sweater and tights. I remember last year at this time there was snow falling and I didn't leave house with at least 4 layers of clothes including my beloved parka. Well, I can't complain! 
Wish you all an awesome weekend, enjoy it! 
Love xx









Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Outfit: So blame it on the night. Don't blame it on me.



Fringe leather jacket: H&M (old) similar on eBay - vintage or new! || Crochet hem top: Urban Outfitters || Tie Dye maxi skirt: Primark || Concho belt: vintage via eBay || Necklaces: Dixi & The Vintage Willow || Boots: Vagabond

I had that combo being stuck in my head for like months, but it hadn't been cold enough, because the look is clearly very autumn like! Who says you can't wear your favorite maxi skirts or dresses in autumn, too? Here's my version how I bring back some boho/festival vibes to brighten up the grey and foggy weather. That skirt is one of my favorite skirts and it was such a bargain! I found it at Primark when I was shopping in Essen 4 months ago and I was really lucky to grab the last one (and it was one in my size, too!). I really love the whole outfit and I've been wearing it quite often lately. I wanted the look to be perfect and rich in details, I think it worked out quite well. Layering necklaces is such a great thing to do when wearing leather jackets, because combining heavier jackets with huge statement necklaces is usually a bit uncomfortable and only half of the necklace is visible! I'm afraid the crystal necklace with the little crescent moon will be my most worn necklace, can't get enough of this perfection.
Love xx