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Well, this could probably have been a great look for Halloween – just add a saucy lace mask and you’re good to go! But since Halloween is already over, this is my interpretation of a sensual “Femme Fatale” look. This dress emphasizes a woman’s curves perfectly and has a cut-out just on the right spot. I really love the fabric, it’s a bit heavier and therefore falls very nicely. It’s my favorite dress of the collection, perfect for a very classic look that you can wear in a formal or sexy way – it’s up to you! ;)
For my version, I went for almost nothing around, just a pair of classic high heels and only a few jewelry pieces like my black and silver “Mise en Dior” earrings and my everyday companion, the “Clic Clac” bracelet from Hermès in greige and white with silver hardwear. And to pick up the lipstick: my beloved “Arty Ring” from YSL in dark silver with a purple stone.
All in all, this is a very dark look, considering that I chose a very dark lipstick (it’s not black, it’s an extremely dark purple!). I could have chosen a red one but I wanted to do something different. ;)
For more details about my make-up and also a few tips on how to create the perfect eye liner, visit → sheego’s blog “feel happy!” today! ;)
You can’t imagine how excited I was when I saw this dress on Instagram – I was so happy to finally find a dress that looked like the (reverse) design of my Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses’ box, which I totally love. When I bought the sunnies, the beautiful box made me so happy that it got a special place at home where I can always see it (by the way: I’m really talking about a box, not only this sunglasses case I’m using as a clutch in these pictures – but it has the same design). What I wanted to do ever since was wear a dress with the same print, together with these amazing sunnies. But only D&G had a collection with this print and we all know that there’s no chance for me to ever fit into one of their dresses, unless they do a plus-size line. ;)
Anyways: there was this afternoon when I was browsing through my Insta feed and spotted this Lindy Bop dress. I went to their online shop and ordered within a few seconds, not even thinking twice. And here we are: isn’t it perfect? I’m SO in love with it!
I wanted to create a very lady-like look with this dress, kind of 50s chic. I guess this blazer was the perfect choice because looking at the photos I feel a little “royal”, haha! ;) Of course, for fall season, I had to choose a hat that matches the whole look. And the nude sandals are my favorite souvenir from Brazil, they’re so perfect and go with almost everything, just like this outfit. I hope you like it as much as I do! :)
I got this jumpsuit a while ago at H&M and now it’s too cold to wear it alone. That’s why I had to come up with an idea on how to wear it during fall. Luckily, it’s not too cold yet, so a sweater underneath is enough for now. :)
So after my → “All White” outfit, today I’ve got an “All Blue” look for you guys. :) And for a fashionable finish, I added some dusky pink with my beloved “Dionysus” bag – I guess it really was the best choice, I’m so happy with the color even though I’m still pretty afraid to use the suede bag in order not to get it dirty. Gotta get used to it, I guess. :)
Anyways: I wish you all a great Monday – I’ll be at a shooting with → Mici here in Hamburg today, which will definitely be amazing, and I can’t wait to see the results (already, yeah, I’m very impatient). :)
I never thought I’d say this, but after 25 years I’m now the proud owner of a tulle skirt. This didn’t happen just for fun – part of this year’s → “Plus Size Fashion Days” here in Hamburg was an “All White Party” on a boat. It’s already been two weeks now – unbelievable how fast time flies. I’m still planning on writing a small post about this incredible experience, since I was one of the models on the runway – and not only a model, I walked for Beautiful Curves, in bright pink lingerie. But wait, that’s material for the planned post. ;)
Anyways: me and the tulle skirt. Something unexpected, right? Though I always loved fashion, I never watched “Sex and the City” (but of course I know Carrie’s famous look!) – and this is probably one of the main reasons why tulle skirts are accepted for grown-up women and not only little princesses. ;) Still, I never really liked the picture of fat women dressing up like princesses wearing pink tutus and floral crowns and that’s one of the main reasons why I never wanted to buy a tulle skirt. So how did I end up here today (or better: Friday two weeks ago)?
Attending an “All White Party” is pretty difficult for me, I love black and am not very fond of white, except for a white t-shirt which goes with pretty much everything. But a party look that has to be all white is nothing easy to buy, especially when it’s almost winter – white seems to be a summer color for all (online) shop out there. I tried ASOS and finally found a great dress, but when it arrived, it was dirty and the cut was miserable. I didn’t have much time left, not even one week, so I started to look out for white stuff in German online shops with reliable express shipping. And there it was: the white (it’s actually a little off-white, a bit cream) tulle skirt. And I gave it a try. And loved it.
The hardest part was combining it so I didn’t look like that image of a fat princess – I don’t want to offend anyone, it’s just my personal taste and I don’t really like this whole look. Sorry! I prefer a tulle skirt combined in a classy or even in a casual way (for example with a striped shirt, denim jacket and maybe even sneakers). I found this body at the H&M Trend section and was pretty happy with how the colors worked together, since these are two different whites. ;) That’s also the reason why I needed a “break” in the middle – the black belt gives it just the right contrast, worked with the “all white” theme and made it easier to choose my accessories (note: the clothes had to be white or cream, everything else was allowed to be colored). Black is always my “go to” choice for anything, so it was no wonder I chose the bag and, of course, my beloved Chanel sandals. To be honest, I wore my flat pearl sandals that evening but shot the pictures with heels – just because it’s prettier for the pictures. ;) On that day, my feet were already a bit hurt from the catwalk training and had to rest for the next day. ;)
By the way: the party was great. We celebrated for three hours on board of the “Mississippi Queen”, one of the famous paddle wheelers of Hamburg, cruising around the harbor. Everybody was dressed in white (so great that it really worked and everyone found something white to wear!), everybody showed off a different style and we all looked very good! ;) It was amazing! I really hope that this kind of party will become a new tradition of our PSFD in Hamburg! ;) Doesn’t have to be on a boat every time, though. ;)