• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Orange & Blue •

• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Orange & Blue •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Platform Heels: Schutz
Choker: Jennifer Fisher
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

This is the last look of my cooperation with Anna Scholz for sheego for this season (and I hope I’ll be back next season with new styles!) and it’s all about → this dress, which was the first thing I saw when I had a look at the preview of the collection. I totally fell in love with the cut and the print and even though I already heard many say that it’s frumpy, I don’t think so at all and I hope that today I can show you that this dress is definitely everything else but frumpy. There’s also a little extra surprise on → Facebook (not here because it was a first try and we did something wrong, so it’s not completely blog-worthy, but there will be a change here on Friday, whoop whoop!), so please have a look up there – you won’t regret it! ;)

Well, this jersey dress is not only perfect because of the cut and the print, but also because of the fabric (I’m a jersey lover and this is a pretty heavy and thick version of it!) and the details – the knot at the side of the waist and the lovely sleeves. The dress doesn’t need many accessories, nor any special extras like an intense make-up, so I went for beige platforms, my silver choker and a make-up in the colors of the dress – orange and blue.

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

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

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Belt: H&M
High Heels: ASOS
Hat: Gina Tricot
Sunglasses: Chloé “Carlina”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

Aaaah, the 70s – I’ve actually never been a great fan of the typical style of the 70s, but since last summer, I’ve started to like a few pieces that fit perfectly into this decade. It’s fun to style yourself in different ways and give everything a chance instead of always saying “no” when it’s not your usual style. So here I am, wearing → this dress from the current Anna Scholz for sheego collection, the second piece of my editorial “trilogy”, and it’s the dress that was most difficult for me to style – just because I’m not used to the cutouts, the paisley print and that whole 70s flair. But (and that’s a huge one): I really love it! I kind of feel like a modern hippie diva and adding my own accessories to the dress was lots of fun. :)

You all know me, I’m always up for a chic look, so after → last time, when I showed you how casual I can be, here’s an elegant version with another lovely dress that’s just perfect for summer. I had to take it one size up for a nicer fit, so I’m wearing a EU46, which I made a bit more formfitted with a small belt that works perfectly with my platform heels. ;) I actually wanted to wear a cognac-colored hat, but unfortunately I don’t own one, so I had to go for black, but I think it’s actually a nice contrast, especially because it’s a straw hat, which makes it not too heavy as the only black piece in this look.

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• Stripes and Dots •

• Stripes and Dots •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Body: Forever 21
Skirt: Forever 21 Plus
High Heels: YSL “Tribute”
Hat: Bernstock Speirs
Scarf: Vintage
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Pink Clove body,
Nina Shoes heels, ASOS earrings,
ASOS tie

Do you remember this skirt? → Last time, I wore it as a top with jeans. ;)
This time, I’m wearing it with a nude body and some funny accessories: a dotted scarf instead of adding more stripes, and a gray hat with a fuzzy detail instead of a plain black one (which also looks great with this look, but I wanted something special).

I think we’re not completely ready to say that spring is on its way (it even snowed in my hometown a few days ago and also a little bit here in Hamburg), but I’m happy to see that at least the days are getting longer, there’s also a bit of sunshine from time to time and maybe you could also say that it’s a little bit warmer. So here I am, starting to show you some inspiration for spring looks. Because I really believe that we all don’t want to see this cold anymore! :)

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• Blue •

• Blue •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Top: Vintage
Tapered Pants: H&M Trend
Turban/Scarf: Bernd Berger
Sunglasses: Ray Ban “Round”
Earrings: H&M
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: ASOS petite top,
ASOS pants, ASOS Curve pants,
Becksondergaard scarf, Boss Orange scarf,
Reclaimed Vintage sunglasses,
Tamaris Jewelry earrings

Exploring new little beaches in Hamburg is a lot of fun – especially when you have to climb over a fence (oops!) and down many rocks (wearing flip flops). But sometimes it’s worth it and you’ll find a tiny beach just for you – with nobody disturbing your shooting just before sunset. And only a few minutes before this beach got flooded pretty quickly. You can probably imagine how quickly we climbed back up all the rocks in order to stay dry. ;)

Funny story behind this look: my top is actually a beach towel from when I was little. When we last visited my parents, I had a look at the stuff I had left there and found it – the tie-dye print is way too beautiful (just as the memories!) to leave it unworn and so I came up with the idea to wear it as a crop top, wrapping it around my bust and neck and tadaaa: fits again! ;)
I also wanted to wear a turban again and found another piece I had already forgotten. Isn’t this scarf a perfect match to the top? And to round up that blue look, I put on my blue sunnies and some tiny turquoise earrings. Good to go! Even though I would have worn some sneakers instead of flip flops if I’d known that I’d go climbing. ;) Still there’s nothing better than walking barefoot in the sand and just staying there with your feet in the water, sinking in a little more, wave by wave…

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