• Confetti •

• Confetti •

10 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: persona by Marina Rinaldi
Platform Sandals: Jeffrey Campbell “Foxy”
Earrings: H&M
Bracelet: Hermès
Balloon: BOOOM BALLOON
Alternatives: ASOS sandals

Lead actor of today’s post is definitely the balloon, right? ;) I was the happiest kid ever when we got to shoot this look with my gorgeous customized (it has the colors of my dress!) balloon from BOOOM BALLOON. I had received a press kit with one of these lovely balloons and when I asked her, Paloma was so kind to create a special balloon for me that matches my dress as best as possible. ♥ I can’t even say how happy this colorful thing made me during my sick days at home (especially since I completely missed those two weeks of hot summer here in Hamburg!), and now, after almost four weeks, it’s getting a bit wrinkled. So if you’re thinking about getting one: it’s totally worth it and long-lasting fun (nooo, I didn’t do weird stuff like a five-year-old with the remaining helium of the first one – shhh!)! ;)

But let’s not forget this amazing dress! :) The designers at persona by Marina Rinaldi created a stunning piece and I love the colors and light fabric (Crêpe de Chine) – it’s a perfect summer dress (and probably the last one for this year – we already shot our first fall look yesterday!). I wore it when I was part of the jury for this year’s Plus Size Fashion Days and recreated my look for this photo shoot. :)

Continue reading →

• Lollidot Hearts (+ Giveaway) •

• Lollidot Hearts (+ Giveaway) •

4 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Scarlett & Jo
Sneakers: Converse
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”

Hey everyone – I’m back! I’ve recovered almost 100% and am ready for new adventures for the blog! This week will already be super exciting since I’m (hopefully – let’s just pray that I won’t get sick again!) going to Milan on Friday for a special event with Marina Rinaldi. I’ve never been there before, plus I truly love Marina Rinaldi, so this is going to be awesome! :)

But first, I’m back with another cute Scarlett & Jo look – it’s kind of unusual for me because it’s very playful AND I’m seriously wearing sneakers (casual, casual!). I wore this outfit in August at the German-American Volksfest in Grafenwöhr and it was a good choice, since it was hot and as you’re walking around a lot, flats are definitely what you need on that day.

So, this is → one of the Lollidot dresses (which means: it has a dot print, this time it’s tiny dots in hearts) and you already know the cut from → this dress. I’m wearing a size 16, which isn’t ideal for my small bust, so if you’ve got a similar figure, you can definitely go for a UK 14, maybe even a 12.

But before you buy, I’ve got a little giveaway for you! :) I also received this dress in purple and want to give this one away to one of you. It’s the same dress, size 16. You can have a look at the color → here. All you have to do is leave a comment, telling me something nice (just being honest – I need some kind words right now and why not choose this dress with hearts on it for this kind of way to enter the competition, right? ;)), until this Sunday, September 25. You can find the terms and conditions1 at the end of this post.

Continue reading →

• Concrete •

• Concrete •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Scarlett & Jo
Belt: Zara
High Heels: Luiza Barcelos
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Pieces belt,
ASOS heels, Kingsley Ryan earrings

I actually wanted to get → this dress in red, but now I’m more than happy that I got the gray version because it’s much more special. It’s a different color, at least for me, since I don’t have any pieces of this color in my closet.
Also, this dress is just perfect in terms of cut and length (I simply love midis) and the shoulder detail is the prettiest thing I’ve ever seen. The waist detail doesn’t really ask for a belt since it already works great to accentuate your waist and make the dress form-fitted, but I felt a belt would be a nice addition and would give the whole look my own touch. ;)

You all know me, I like to skip the obvious and that’s why I went for beige heels instead of black ones. I think black is too harsh and will somehow break the delicate look – maybe if you choose different accessories to accompany black shoes, they’ll work, but for my look, I just wanted something very feminine and soft.

Continue reading →

• Classic Stripes •

• Classic Stripes •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: selection by Ulla Popken
Brooch: Chanel
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Bag: Gucci “Soho”
Leather Chain Shoulder Bag
High Heels: YSL “Tribute”
Earrings: Chanel
Bracelet: Hermès

Just like I explained in my last outfit post, fashion allows us to be who we want, and we can make a new decision every time we’re in front of our closet. ;) So last time, I wanted to wear a very tight and colorful dress – this time, I went for a very classic and sophisticated look, including a new piece in my jewelry collection: my first Chanel brooch! :) I actually wanted to shoot this outfit earlier, but when I finally had some luck at the store (every time I went there, they didn’t have any at all, but last time there were about 12 different brooches!), I instantly knew that this was exactly that last detail to complete this look. :)

People always say that fat girls can’t wear (horizontal) stripes – why’s that? I love stripes and I don’t care if they make me look fatter than I already am. That’s another thing about fashion that people need to start to understand: fashion is not about making you look thinner. Fashion is about the freedom I mentioned in my last post, the freedom to wear whatever I like, whatever pleases my own taste. And if someone else doesn’t like it – hell, I don’t give a single f***. And neither should you. ;)

Continue reading →