• Serengeti II •

• Serengeti II •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Rue 107
High Heels: Arezzo
Bag: Gilson Martins
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”

Do you remember this dress? :) The first look with it doesn’t look that much different because it’s simply not possible to change it – I just went for new accessories like different heels and earrings, a little bag and the choker. And, of course, a different hair cut than back in 2015. ;)

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• Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean I •

• Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean I •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Jumpsuit: Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean
Pumps: Valentino “Rockstud”
Bag: Gilson Martins
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Choker: Jennifer Fisher
Bracelet: Hermès

One day after my birthday, I spoiled myself with a gift from myself to myself in Milan – this amazing jumpsuit! I had already fallen in love with the Stella Jean collection for Marina Rinaldi last year at the presentation. The collection may be a little over the top, especially when you combine the clothes for an all-over Stella Jean look, which is kind of a bit too much, but there are a few single pieces that are simply amazing and I’m glad to be able to present more than one to you. I bought this jumpsuit because I couldn’t resist (the heart wants what the heart wants – and birthdays are a good reason to spend a little more money on a single piece than usual, haha!) but luckily also received two other gorgeous pieces from the collection (choosing was SO hard!) which I’ll be showing you soon – so stay tuned for some more colorful and graphically super interesting stuff!

Did you know that these prints are inspired by Stella Jean’s Haitian heritage? Since I’m already an African wax print lover (not the same, though, I know), you can imagine how much I love this one! And the bold colors are simply amazing! Can’t wait to show you the other two pieces I chose – one of them is a little more simple and the other one is extremely colorful! Totally me! ♥

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• Red •

• Red •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Chi Chi London Curve
Pumps: Valentino “Rockstud”
Bag: Gilson Martins
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Chi Chi London dress white floral,
Chi Chi London dress pink,
Chi Chi London dress lilac floral,
Chi Chi London dress rosé gold,
Chi Chi London dress black,
Chi Chi London Curve dress navy blue,
Chi Chi London Curve dress embroidered rosé,
Chi Chi London dress pink floral,
Chi Chi London petite dress brown,
Chi Chi London dress pale pink,
Chi Chi London Curve dress embroidered pink,
ASOS pumps, Guess bag,
MICHAEL Michael Kors clutch, By Malene Birger clutch,
Dorothy Perkins clutch

I welcome spring with a bright red dress – even though the weather outside isn’t that lovely while it was super warm and nice in February when we shot these pictures (actually planned for Valentine’s Day, but due to being at home with my family, I just had no time to post it), today’s a good day to show you this gorgeous dress. :)

It’s currently almost sold out where I originally bought it because it was already on sale in February, but it keeps coming back in a few sizes. Don’t worry, though, this dress is still available in lots of different colors and styles, look:


Good to know
: when I ordered → this Chi Chi dress, I felt like the sizing was not correctly explained at navabi because a UK size 18 is not a EU size 44 but a size 46 – that’s why it was way too big for me (I had ordered a size 46 and ended up with a 48 because of Chi Chi’s weird sizing). Please have that in mind when ordering at navabi. Otherwise, my tip is to stick to the original sizing and always choose your actual UK size (mine is 16, which is a German 44). Plus: I had the feeling that the regular Chi Chi dresses tend to fit small to size while the Chi Chi Curve dresses are actually a bit larger, even though when wearing this red dress (and I chose a UK size 18, means a EU size 46!), I felt like it was way too tight around my bust and the arm holes were too small. That’s why the dress is now a skirt, thanks to my mom. ;) I guess my tips won’t help that much because you’ll definitely have to try the dresses on in order to find your right size. But it may help a little with choosing before ordering. ;)

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• Travel | Rio de Janeiro – #lugoesbrasil2015 •

• Travel | Rio de Janeiro – #lugoesbrasil2015 •

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It’s not easy to write these words, but: I’m back, for quite some time already. And it’s not easy to write this because I had such a good time in Brazil, with my family. I’m back in Hamburg with lots of memories, pictures and (of course, I’m still a girl, right?) souvenirs. Not to mention my little food baby thanks to delicious fruits, meat and coconut water for days (months, years, forever!). As you know, this time I took my husband with me – for his first time in Rio de Janeiro and to finally meet my Brazilian family (and I’ve got a huge one!). I guess you could say that he’s now in love with another beautiful girl, the “Cidade Maravilhosa”, hometown of my mother and – even if I never lived there – city of my heart.
For my little travel story, I captured Rio’s beauty with the phone (switching between iPhone 4S, 5S and 6). First of all because I was pretty afraid of walking around the city with my expensive camera (thanks to the ever-increasing crime rate and widespread thievery), but also because it’s easy luggage. ;) So these are all Instagram snapshots and you can follow all pictures (who knows, maybe there will be more) I took in Brazil with the hashtag → #lugoesbrasil2015 (should have been #lugoesrio2015, but I spent one day in São Paulo for work and used the same hashtag last time – only with 2012 – so I just used it again). Anyway, I really hope that one day I will be able to see even more of Brazil, more cities, more beautiful scenery, more people. I don’t know when will be the next time, but I really hope that it won’t take too long. :)

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