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My favorite piece of the whole collection is this parka – just because it’s something very different and I like outstanding stuff. ;) And of course because the parka is just gorgeous. The Japanese-inspired embroidery is such a great highlight and makes the casual parka very special.
I still went for a more casual combination, with jeans and a warm sweater, but of course not without some extra sparkle – my sequined sneakers definitely completed the look and made it even more “me”!
I also decided to do a very natural make-up, and today you’ll find some tips on how to do a “no-make-up make-up” on → sheego’s blog “feel happy!”, so don’t forget to have a look!
Today, I’ve got something special for you guys – last weekend, we shot my favorite look of the → Chica Bolacha collection I modeled for in Brazil back in September. That’s because the collection is about to launch and since it’s cold up here in Germany – while it’s summer in Brazil (I’m sooo jealous – it’s snowing while I’m writing this post!) – I wanted to do a winter version of my favorite skirt (mer-kitties!!!) and top that I brought home with me. So instead of just adding a pair of heels, I went for a fuzzy cardigan and boots, plus my favorite fall/winter accessory: a hat. :)
And because this is a very special occasion and I’m also honored to be the first of Chica Bolacha’s → “Chica Girls”, there’s also a funny interview, which I translated for everybody who doesn’t understand Portuguese. So while enjoying the pictures, have some fun reading my answers! ;)
That’s the last outfit we got to shoot before Hamburg decided to switch into rain mode for, like, forever. The moment I stood in position, ready to shoot, it was like the world decided to show us how much rain was saved in those dark clouds. People walking by the bus stop in front of me (and those sitting in the buses – hello!) must have thought that I’m totally insane, but work is work, right? After the shooting I felt like I had been dipped in a pool backwards – got a hot cup of tea at home and wrapped myself up on the couch. So obviously what I said a few posts ago really happened: more rain, more wind, more darkness and more “I don’t want to go outside!” – and why should I? To get soaked, catch a cold and stay alone at home in bed with loads of tea and medicine? I don’t think so! Let’s hope for some better weather soon, I’d love to shoot again next weekend! :)
Today, I’ve got an idea for a party look for New Year’s Eve for you. Last time going outside with bare legs. I hope that you all will party inside most of the time if you wear such an outfit, cause I know now what it feels like to get into the typical bad weather on NYE (at least I don’t know other weather that night, I guess all my life it was raining at midnight…) – and you don’t want to do this, believe me. :) You better pack an extra pair of warm boots, haha! ;)
Anyways: Christmas and NYE are the best time to shine and sparkle, that’s why I got this dress and paired it with some fun blue heels. Since it’s definitely going to be cold outside (that’s a fact, unless you’re celebrating at the beach – and I’m already jealous!), I added a fuzzy jacket and fixed it with a belt. Of course, it makes me look like a tiny thick teddy bear, but I guess everybody looks a bit fatter in such jackets, right? And it’s about having fun with your clothes and I definitely like the combination – it’s a statement! But as the dress looks great alone, you’ll get to see a few pictures of me freezing in the rain, just for you. And please excuse the poor quality of the pictures, it got darker and darker with every click. Sad story, I really wanted to shine but had no chance against the clouds… :(
I’m a #ruebabe now – a few weeks ago I received a package from the US with some gorgeous → Rue 107 clothes inside, including this incredible “Serengeti” dress. It’s been a little challenge to shoot summery clothes in fall, but I didn’t want to miss showing you how great this dress is. There are two more Rue 107 outfits in the making and coming, and there’s also a bikini left, but I don’t really know how to shoot and post it at the moment. No summer at all = no time for bikinis. And the weather has been very disgusting this weekend and won’t change for the whole week, so I guess I’ve got to feed you more fall-like outfits. :) But I really tried to integrate my summery stuff into our German fall and I hope that it inspires you to not pack all your dresses and skirts away yet – cause there’s always a way to wear them even when it’s cold! Okay, honestly, it was still pretty warm when we shot today’s pictures, so there’s nothing looking like fall, but the next ones, I promise! ;)