Friday, May 6, 2016

Outfit: Everyone's riding on the rolling tide, their hearts are heavy and the sea is wide.


Fringe suede "Cowgirl Dreams" jacket & Gypsy Rocker boots: Spell Designs || Crochet & beaded crop top: Romwe || Tie dye side-slit maxi skirt: Zara || Concho belt: Vintage via eBay

I don't know how to describe this look in general, I think it could called something like hippie girl meets cowgirl at a Rock 'n' Roll party. :-D
I built the whole outfit around my new maxi skirt I bought at Zara last week, it's such a beautiful tie dye piece and I immediately thought of wearing its mint grey/green/taupe color in combination with some tan suede and lots, lots of fringing. When it comes to maxi skirts I always prefer wearing them with tight fitting crop tops or bralets, so this nice little number from Romwe came just right in time! It's actually the most beautiful crochet top I've seen for a while, it got so many gorgeous details like the mandala flower or beaded fringing resembling a dreamcatcher all together. It's simply cool! It matches my fringed western jacket I got many years ago so well! The more I look at the photos, the more I like this outfit - it's one of my typical spring-summer transition combos preferred being worn when the sun is out. :-)

Kisses. xx














Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Outfit: Break Into Your Heart.


Crochet vest: Old || Embroidered blouse Yoins || Lace-Up high waisted shorts: Yoins || Coin necklace: Urban Outfitters || Gypsy Rocker boots: Spell Designs

Coachella is over, but the festival season has actually just started - today's outfit is pretty Coachella inspired, though. I received the embroidered blouse as well as these fuckin' awesome Lace-Up shorts in a pretty blush tone from Yoins the other day and they match so well together. Embroidered blouses are a very hot topic every year in summer, but this year you can find them almost everywhere. This one is special though and my favorite design I've seen this year. It's made of a flowy fabric and got these amazing hollowed out details in white. The shorts are pretty much "in season", too - I love their 70s vibe and super soft faux suede fabric in a warm pink blush shade. They've become one of my favorite pair of shorts for sure and they're also oh so comfortable! 
I throw over my crochet vest (one of my oldies... I remember buying it around 4 years ago) for a nice layering detail. And I'm wearing my favorite pair of cowboy boots which you all know from my previous looks. It's no surprise I love them so much, is it? Studs, buckles, silver tips and western style... I can definitely tell I got the ultimate dream boots last christmas. 

Love xx















Monday, May 2, 2016

Outfit: Yes, the river knows.


Embroidered and mirrored velvet waistcoat ; psychedelic shirt dress & indian jewelry: Vintage || Studded western boots: Zara (old) 

Today's outfit is completely vintage and it's definitely been one of my most loved looks I posted in 2016 so far. It's very 70s, very Rock 'n' Roll and very festival inspired - short: sums up me and my style in general. :-)
I bought this oh so perfect embroidered waistcoat from one of my favorite vintage shops on Etsy a few weeks ago after I had been searching for a versatile vest which goes above all my summer dresses. This black afghan vest was love at first sight - I haven't seen any waistcoat like this before. Most are usually made with golden embroidery, but silver fits so much better to my usual accessories choice (lots of silver, you know!). A beautiful waistcoat can make every outfit look much more interesting and outstanding. This psychedelic paisley shirt dress is from Oxfam, a local secondhand shop. I love its warm 60s/70s print in retro colors and I'm definitely going to wear it a lot this summer  because I can easily unbutton it and throw it over everything as a jacket or an alternative to my kimonos, too. 

Peace. xxx













Friday, April 29, 2016

Outfit: Take me to heaven, watch me go bye-bye to the sky.


Embroidered wool afghan coat & tharu necklace: Vintage || Woodstock tee: Urban Outfitters || Buttoned bandits shorts: One Teaspoon || Platform boots: Vagabond

For this Friday I have a cozier look again - on the day I took the photos it was actually raining all day so I was glad that my coat kept me warm and dry. I bought the vintage coat on Etsy.com a few months ago, it comes straight from the 60s/70s and it's such a beautiful piece! I love embroidered clothing so much, especially when it comes to jackets or coats. They look like art and are always real eye catchers. I combined it in a casual way with my printed woodstock tee from Urban Outfitters and my favorite blue denim shorts which look really nice together. Added my favorite platform boots and the outfit is complete.

Have an amazing weekend, lovers! Peace. xxx