Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Outfit: Stay Young Forever.


Strappy bustier crop top: Brandy Melville || Printed maxi skirt with slits & boots: Urban Outfitters  || Concho belt: Vintage via eBay

Here's my favorite maxi skirt so far - isn't it beautiful? I had been searching for the perfect skirt with thigh slits for quite a long time until I saw this beautiful one from Urban Outfitters. It actually got two prints: A floral one for the front and a striped tribal inspired print for the back - I haven't seen anything like this before, it's such a cool idea because both prints matches perfectly. This outfit is perfect for the very hot summer days, hopefully they'll come soon here in Germany. I wanted to keep the rest of the outfit simple, so I combined the skirt with my cowboy boots and strappy bralet (the PERFECT basic!). A Crop top together with a skirt became one of my favorite combos. It's not only because it's so comfortable, it also looks nice and gives your body a nice silhouette. I added some jewelry & my beloved concho belt (yes I'm wearing it pretty often, it makes every outfit look way better) and the look is complete.
Love x











Monday, May 25, 2015

Outfit: Garden of roses.


Floral lace playsuit: TrendsGal || Waterfall short trench: Zara || Jewelry: Dixi & Vintage || Boots: Vagabond

Another new week here we go! I start the week with an outfit which includes this cute laced trimmed floral playsuit I received from TrendsGal (you can get 5% OFF with the coupon code "trendsgalitry5"btw!) - it's really cute and perfect for hot days! Playsuits are the perfect solution when you want to feel all comfortable and on top of that they're the perfect replacement for shorts and a tee (probably my favorite combo to go all time ;-D). I love to wear the floral playsuit with my waterfall trench inspired jacket, because the beige color matches perfectly the pink of the print's roses. I ordered it from the Zara website one year ago after I had an eye on it a very looong time until it was sold out but then it was fortunately restocked for a last time. I'm still glad about it, because I wear it pretty often - it goes with almost everything and I fell in love with its color and drapey front. Maybe you all know the saying "When you can't stop thinking of something, buy it!" from instagram photos or tumblr quotes, it's probably true haha - "nothing haunts us more than those things we didn't buy" - riiiiight? ;-D 
Really, most of those clothes will never leave your wardrobe again! 

Love x












Friday, May 22, 2015

Outfit: This time I finally let you go.


Lace fringed kimono & necklace: H&M || Sahara lace crop top: Spell Designs || Tie dye shorts: LTB (bought in a store) || Boots: Vagabond 

Here's one of my favorite looks for this weekend - isn't that kimono perfect? It got the most beautiful lace pattern ever and it's so soft! I think this one becomes my kimono to go for when the weather's super hot. H&M's summer collection is wayyy too good. I chose this stunning maxi kimono in black, I remember there were also lace kimonos in rust and cream. I think the black color brings to bear the lace pattern at the best. I didn't want the outfit to be all dark, so I brought in some color with my Tie-Dyed and studded shorts (they actually resemble the ones by Runawaydreamz.. BUT these ones were a bargain!) I bought on a shopping trip in Heidelberg. My favorite crop top by Spell together with the lace kimono is like they were made for each other. Lace or crochet fabrics will never get old in summer, they always look so delicate and beautiful. 

Hope you all have an awesome weekend! Love x











Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Outfit: Riverside.


Suede jacket with contrast panels: ASOS || Grateful Dead tee: Urban Outfitters || Studded shorts: River Island || Boots: Vagabond 

I can't remember how long I waited for this awesome jacket until it finally dropped on the ASOS website - it was quite a long time though haha. I saw it in the ASOS magazine at first and it was love at first sight. To be honest I will never have enough leather jackets hanging in my closet and I only owned suede jackets with fringing before - so this beautifully designed piece had to be mine. It's very 70s & western inspired because of its contrast panels in red - and light brown. It reminds me a little bit of the suede patchwork jacket by Saint Laurent for SS15 which Cara Delevigne wore (and she absolutely rocked it!). I wore this exact combo quite often lately, it's perfect for this 13-17°C weather. I love wearing the jacket together with my Grateful dead tee which got that awesome grey wash and suuuuper soft fabric. Even though the look is pretty 70s, I still wanted to have a modern twist in it which comes with my studded shorts (they're favorites and I bought them around 3 years ago) and my beloved, most comfortable platform heels. 












Monday, May 18, 2015

Outfit: What's bad for your heart is good for your art.


Sundancer Off The Shoulder Romper: Spell Designs || Necklaces: Dixi & Forever 21 || Concho belt: Vintage (similar on Ebay

Another new week starts, time really flies! It's already mid-may and summer has finally started. I still remember when I bought this gorgeous playsuit by Spell Designs in December just right before New Year's Day and longed for summer. Now it's finally hot enough to wear this beauty. It's different to my other playsuits I got from Spell, because it's off shoulder what I love. Furthermore it got that amazing floral print and blush color - it looks so awesome combined with silver jewelry! I think there are only very few outfits with dresses or playsuits existing when I actually don't wear a belt, a belt simply makes every dress or romper even more beautiful. Especially when it's a concho belt! ;-D