• Lu zieht an x Anna Scholz for sheego | Festival •

• Lu zieht an x Anna Scholz for sheego | Festival •

8 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
» Hamburg | Boberger Dünen
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Bikini: Blue Man Brasil
Boots: Acne Studios “Track Boots”
Hat: D&Y
Earrings: H&M
Bracelet: Hermès
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Pretty late (this was shot in May) but better late than never – I’ve styled a boho festival look for sheego, using one of the Anna Scholz lace dresses of the last collection. Instead of wearing it with the white dress underneath, I went for a colorful bikini – since it’s never wrong to wear a bikini for a festival (you could get wet, right?) and it’s a very easy yet fun styling because of the see-through dress. You can always change the look of it by wearing something different underneath. Of course, that’s not an everyday look, especially because of the creative make-up, but it’s maybe an inspiration for one of the last open-air festivals or a nice idea for a look to end summer with a boom. ;)

The white lace dress from Anna Scholz for sheego is your perfect companion for festivals and summer and can easily be worn without the actual opaque dress underneath – the lighter the better! :) A straw hat not only protects your scalp from sunburns but is also a perfect accessory and the rough boots round off your boho style.

But I want to focus on my make-up today – as you already know it from Coachella & Co., creative looks are very popular at such music events. You can be as crazy as you want, from a glitter overload over flash tattoos up to colorful little rhinestones which you apply to your body – you can do everything! For my look, I’ve orientated myself towards my bikini which (unfortunately a little bit invisible under that amazing white lace dress) has a colorful parrot feather print on it and adorned it with white dots. Usually, the festival girls wear them diagonally over their brows – I wanted to do it differently and I think it’s pretty cool like that! For some glitter I applied a holographic eye liner over the black one – this creates some major blue sparkling and rounds off the whole look. Since the eyes are already the highlight of the look, the lips stay more natural with a brown shade – and you’re good to go with your boho style which is perfect for every festival.

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• Heavy Knit •

• Heavy Knit •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: H&M Trend
Boots: Acne Studios “Track”
Earrings: Chanel
Brooch: Chanel
Alternatives: ASOS dress,
ASOS boots

I finally found a piece with bell sleeves that I really like: this heavy knit dress is absolutely amazing! It’s not only the sleeves – I’m in love with the fabric, the cut, the back, the color. Definitely an awesome piece for fall and something to reveal a darker side of me. ;) It’s not that dark, but I think that the whole look is something different. I really love it!

First, I wanted to add a belt, but then I had this idea: why not just draw some attention to the middle with a brooch, why not “misuse” it and wear a brooch instead of a belt? And I must say that I’m absolutely amazed by my idea and how cool it looks. I mean, it’s the same as wearing a statement belt, as wearing a belt from Chanel, but with the funny fact that it’s just the buckle. ;)
I’m not 100% happy with the boots, though. It was really hard to find shoes to wear with this dress and I really don’t know why! Maybe you’ve got an idea which shoes could be a better match (I was thinking about → these, but they didn’t look good)?

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• Oh Boy! •

• Oh Boy! •

9 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: H&M Trend
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Tie: Dior (vintage)
Hat: Vintage
Boots: Acne Studios “Alma Texture”
Bag: Dior “Lady Dior” ‘medium’
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: H&M dress,
ASOS dress, Vero Moda belt,
ASOS tie, ASOS hat,
ASOS boots, ASOS earrings

Here we are, back again with a boyish look. After my androgynous cape style, here’s another mixed style – but this time I’m making a long dress look more masculine with a tie and a small hat. It’s something very different, even more different than my look with the cape, since a tie is something I really haven’t worn before.

I know, it’s probably kind of weird to see me like this – even for me it’s very strange, but I kind of liked “switching” (well, not really, because of the dress) roles for a day. ;) Nevertheless, I’m pretty sure that you won’t see me dressed like this again anytime soon – I’ll always prefer extremely feminine and diva-like looks. ;)

Anyways, I love the combination of black and gray – I find it even more interesting than the classic black and white (but it’s still my favorite). I wanted to make this dress a bit more form-fitting with a belt, and that’s where it all started. Adding the vintage hat (it’s from my father’s grandfather), the tie, the bag and the shoes, it’s a very minimalistic style, but there’s just this special something about it. I also went for a more feminine and smokey make-up in order to make everything look more feminine again. The interesting part about it is that I used some gold for it, even though the rest of the outfit only includes silver hardwear.

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• Winter Culottes •

• Winter Culottes •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Coat: Marina Rinaldi (vintage)
Sweater: Doris Streich
Culotte: Manon Baptiste
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Boots: Acne  Studios “Alma Texture”
Earrings: & Other Stories
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Monki coat,
ASOS sweater, Fashion Union culotte,
Pieces belt, River Island boots,
ASOS earrings

All black is my all-time favorite. I’d even say that it’s the most sophisticated look a fashionista can wear and if you add that little special extra (in my case it’s the bright red matte lip color), you’ll look stylish as hell. ;)

Culottes were one of the most interesting clothing pieces of last year. I think they are pretty nice and very versatile, you can create extremely cool looks with them and even though you’re almost wearing shorts in winter, you’ll still stay warm enough. Normally, culottes are a bit longer, but I had mine shortened a little more than usual because I think that I’m actually a bit too short to wear them in calf length. I guess that’s the best style of them for me. :)

I went for an all-black look, wearing a very cozy and comfortable sweater and almost flat boots. My favorite vintage coat is my best friend in winter – you’ve already seen it a lot here on the blog. And its texture somehow even matches my boots. It’s all about the details, right? ;)

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