• Travel Style •

• Travel Style •

8 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Cardigan: Zizzi
Jumpsuit: H&M+
Bustier: HOPE (Brasil)
Sneakers: adidas x Pharell Williams
Superstar Supercolor
“Semi Solar”
Bag: Alexander Wang
“Mini Rocco Handle” (Sample Sale)
Earrings: Dior “Gum Tee Shirt”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: ASOS cardigan,
Daisy Street jumpsuit, Motel jumpsuit,
New Look bra, Stella McCartney bra,
adidas sneakers, Nike sneakers,
Calvin Klein Jeans bag, ASOS earrings

From → glamorous to casual in one blog post. ;) This is one of my everyday looks. Especially for traveling, I like it loose and comfy – jumpsuits are my favorite choice (even though you have to get naked if you want to pee, haha!) and of course there have to be sneakers. Because traveling with high heels is kind of unnecessary. ;) A cardi for when it’s cold (like on a plane) and comfy underwear like that bustier that may be seen (I mean: flashy pink – should be seen, right? ;)). Ready for takeoff!

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• Lookbook | Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Lace •

• Lookbook | Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Lace •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Platform Sandals: Luiza Barcelos
Clutch: H&M
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings

Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

My last look of the exclusive lookbook I created for the Anna Scholz x sheego collection is all about this black lace dress, a very classic piece. And it’s also one of my inspirational outfits for Christmas and New Year’s Eve. There will be a few more coming so you can get ready for all the upcoming festive occasions. :)

Black is always a great choice for any party and especially lace dresses are absolutely classy and look great on every woman. This dress has a V-neck and transparent short sleeves, a formfitting and curve-hugging cut and the perfect length for formal occasions, that’s why I went for a more elegant style for our editorial. I guess you could wear this for your Christmas party at work! ;)

Instead of wearing obvious black heels, I picked nude platform sandals – they’re a bit more special and the color is great to make your legs look a bit longer (which is great for me, since I’m so small!). I also added silver jewelry and a red clutch that matches my lipstick (but I chose two different reds to make it a little more interesting!).

This dress doesn’t need more details around it, but, for example, you could also wear it with a belt, or add a blazer, wear it with black pumps or in this case with red ones, you could style it more casually with a leather jacket or a denim jacket in summer – since it’s a classic piece and black is extremely versatile, there are so many ways to wear it, you just have to be creative! :)

Of course, there’s also a special blog post available on → sheego’s blog “feel happy!”, where you can find more information about my make-up, including tips on how to create perfect red lips!

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• Chica Paulista | Coleção “Lu zieht an. para Chica Bolacha” •

• Chica Paulista | Coleção “Lu zieht an. para Chica Bolacha” •

Photos: Adriana Libini
Make-up: Luciana Blümlein | me
Styling: Chica Bolacha |
Thayná & Rosangela Candido

Drumrolls, please! The collection I shot in Brazil with → Chica Bolacha is finally online and available from today! It’s incredible to see the results, I’m more than happy and unspeakably proud to be the face of such a gorgeous collection. Being a professional model for one day was an amazing experience, especially because I’d normally never have the tiniest chance to be a model, since I’m only 5’3” short. It’s a huge honor to be chosen for such great work and I’m pretty antsy to show you all the pictures and – OMG! – a video! It’s been on replay since I got it a few weeks ago – I love it so, so much, even though hearing myself speak Portuguese is extremely weird (totally cool, though!). I love every outfit, each skirt and top, the places we chose as backgrounds, the music, you know: everything. :)

I’m so thankful for all the beautiful things I get to see and do thanks to blogging, thanks to something I really love doing and dedicate all my heart to. I’m thankful for everyone who believes in me – not only my family and friends, but also you, my dear readers, and all the people who work with me because they love my work and appreciate it. My special thanks today, of course, goes out to the lovely team from Chica Bolacha – it was great to be your dress-up doll, to spend the day with you and laugh so, so much. Thank you for choosing me as your model, flying me to São Paulo and making me look so beautiful in your clothes (by the way: it’s a purely Brazilian production, from the first sketches to the final product!)! ♥ Thank you for the love!

Of course, another special thank you goes out to → Adriana Libini, the photographer – who took these amazing pictures! – and the team that created such a great video! :)

Okay – let’s go! :)

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• Chica Bolacha x Lu zieht an. •

• Chica Bolacha x Lu zieht an. •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Cardigan: ASOS
Top: Chica Bolacha
Skirt: Chica Bolacha
Belt: Zara
Boots: & Other Stories
Hat: H&M Divided
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Ted Baker belt,
Daisy Street boots, Boohoo boots,
ASOS boots, ASOS hat,
ASOS earrings

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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! ;)

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