Friday, August 28, 2015

Outfit: Summer Of '69.


Cowgirl Dreams tassel jacket: Spell Designs (old) || Printed crop top: Kiss The Sky via ASOS || Flare Jeans: H&M || Necklaces: Dixi, Claire's, Vanessa Mooney || 

So this is probably my most 70s inspired outfit I've ever posted and it's already one of my favorite looks of all time. Blue denim and tan suede clothes are like being made for each other, I don't know any other fabrics which fit that perfectly together. Here I'm wearing my beloved suede jacket (my first suede jacket aswell as my first Spell Designs purchase ever!) with a boho printed crop top I bought on ASOS a while ago. I really loved the versatile print and its colors! Last but not least talking about these amazing denim flares. I owned those kinds of jeans around 10 years ago and I was happy to swap them for skinny jeans. Those definitely looked different to most flare jeans which are currently available in stores this season, those are definitely more 70s inspired and better fitting. I fell in love with this pair from H&M Divided, because it's high-waisted, got a nice wash and those cute braided details on the front pockets. I didn't want to chop the hem off in order to wear them with flat boots, because then the "bell" style would be gone - I'd rather go for some high heels which make the legs look longer anyway. When you want to wear flares always keep in my mind to choose tight fitting, body silhouette friendly tops and/or jackets which aren't too long (not dresslength-like!) or the outfit could easily look a bit awkward. 

Happy weekend, lovers! xx 











Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Outfit: Wild wild west.


Savannah play dress: Spell Designs || Necklace: Urban Outfitters || Concho western hat: Forever 21 || Boots: Zara

There are no better dresses than white crochet/lace ones. I bought this gorgeous one from my favorite brand Spell Designs in February when it was still cold and there was snow everywhere. Funny fact: I usually shop my summer dresses in winter whereas in summer I always keep my eyes open for a gorgeous winter coat or cozy sweaters. Is there anyone of you guys who's doing the same each year? :D
Crochet lace pieces will never get old and this one is just perfect. it can also be unbottened and worn as a short sleeved kimono which is such a nice idea and makes it even more versatile. I went for a western inspired look and chose my studded cowboy boots, navajo rings and bracelets and my favorite hat with a concho band. 














Monday, August 24, 2015

Outfit: Dancing with wolves.


Paisley bow blouse & Studded cowboy boots: Zara || Studded shorts: River Island (old) || Necklaces: Dixi & Spell Designs 

To be honest I'm not regularly wearing blouses, I even only have a few in my wardrobe. I'm usually a t-shirt/casual top type of girl, but this one is just perfect. I bought it at Zara a couple of weeks ago and I immediately fell in love with its warm colors and mandala inspired print. The orange/brown tones fit perfectly to late summer/early autumn days, don't they? :-)
The blouse is so 60s/70s what I love. Furthermore it got that cute bow tie I prefer wearing loose. I didn't want the outfit to be too dressy, so I went for my studded pair of denim shorts (one of my all time favorites!) and added some Rock 'n' Roll to the whole look. I've already been owning the studded cowboy booties for a really long time now, I remember buying that pair in 2012! I'm still wearing the hell out of these bad boys, leather boots definitely last a very long time (sometimes probably even a lifetime! :D) and they get more and more comfortable over the years. 

Happy new week, friends! Love xx 










Friday, August 21, 2015

Outfit: Roll like thunder, burn like stars.


Hitchhiker kimono in Sienna Tiger: Novella Royale  || Fringed biker top: Topshop (old) || Shorts: Pimkie (similar available on Zalando) || Cowboy boots: Gamloong || Necklaces: Boho Moon & Claires || Concho belt: Lovestrength

My favorite this summer's outfit - you can't imagine how many times I've worn this exact combination during the super hot summer days 2 weeks ago. There's no tee or crop top existing in my wardrobe which is more suitable for this sweaty weather. it's flowy, cropped and goes with everything. On top of that may I present you my latest addiction? This freakin' perfect kimono. I already bought myself a Novella Royale kimono in amethyst for christmas last year and I have worn this baby for so many times. When I clicked through the pages on Revolve I found this amazing kimono in Sienna Tiger print which immediately got me. I remember the first print I saw by Novella Royale was this one, but in bell bottoms a couple of years ago. Since then my love for Novella Royale began and when I saw that there's a kimono in this exact amazing print I had to get it. It's actually been one of the most beautiful boho prints I've seen so far, its brown & warm colors in addition to the outstanding 70s vintage print make it perfect. I really do love brown/earthy tones, those are simply beautiful. Furthermore those kimonos are all made of rayon which is the best (!) fabric in summer, you won't sweat in it and it always feels like silk on skin. 
I've been still enjoying maybe the last couple of warm days, I'm going to miss summer so much. It's always the same you've been looking forward to summer all winter/spring long and then it's there, but passes as fast as it arrives. Seasons are beautiful, but those very cold winter days is definitely something I'd rather renounce. 

Happy weekend, lovers! xx











Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Outfit: Take a ride on the wild side.


Printed babydoll dress: Forever 21 || Necklaces: Topshop, Fashionology.nl &Vintage Willow || Thunderbird Cuff: Alushia Sanchia || Studded cowboy boots: Zara 

I haven't worn dresses for a while, so here's finally an outfit including one again. It's one of my favorite dresses I've purchased this year and on top of that it was such a bargain. I remember it wasn't more than 18$ and the quality is pretty good! It looks just like one sold at Free People, but those clothes  are definitely way more expensive (+100$). There was also a blue version, but the burgundy/red tone got me at first sight. It's freakin' comfy because of its baggy babydoll fit and I love to knot it in order to make it look more flattering and cooler. Btw knotting dresses can do wonders especially when the those are too long for your taste and/or are very baggy. 
I really love my accessorizing here! I mixed up silver and gold jewellery (more gold, though) and I'm also wearing my favorite (seriously, I love it so much) thunderbird cuff I bought years ago. I wear it as often as I can when it fits well to the outfit like it does here. 

xx