• Cozy Flowers •

• Cozy Flowers •

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Photos: Wolf-Dieter Schmidt
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Sweater: Yessica
Pants: Yessica
Boots: C&A (old)
Hat: Clockhouse (old)
Bag: Gucci “Dionysus”
Earrings: Chanel
Bracelet: Hermès
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Hands up, who remembers this background? Those of you who already follow me and the blog for more than 3 years, will have a major flashback! ;) I have to be honest: I really miss the minimalistic photo locations in Hamburg but it’s kind of funny to be back with my retro style for the outfit photos. I guess as long as I’m here, this will be a recurring background, but I’m trying my best to still offer you some different looks. ;)

This is my second style with and for C&A for fall. It was actually supposed to go online in September but because of the Plus Size Fashion Days (where I also walked for C&A in a lovely outfit!) and my sick time in bed, I just managed to shoot this look right now.

I couldn’t find the sweater online, it may be sold out, but you should look for it in your nearest store if you love it as much as I do. I hope you can find it there!

Edit: the sweater is now available online, → here!

This is a super easy and cozy look for fall. I came to appreciate these kinds of outfits during my first time without an actual closet. Of course, I’m still that extravagant person you know but my priorities changed a bit and I learned that it’s absolutely fine to wear something basic – you can always make it your own with the right accessories or a special make-up. And you don’t need a certain outfit to be happy. It’s about feeling good and yes, this comes also from clothes when you feel cozy and comfy, but it’s also about where you wear it and with whom. ;) #friendsandfamily

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• Black and Blue •

• Black and Blue •

8 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Blazer: C&A
Blouse: C&A
Pants: C&A
Boots: C&A
Bag: Dior “Lady Dior”
Hat: C&A
Earrings: Chanel
Brooch: Chanel
Alternatives: ASOS Curve pants,
ASOS pants, ASOS boots,
Glamorous bag, ALDO hat

Earlier this month, I had my shopping day with the winners of the C&A giveaway. I’ll tell you more about it in my monthly recap, but this is one of two looks I found on that day. This one is a bit more classic and elegant, the other one more casual (→ here’s a sneak peek!).

Trousers have become a very rare sight here on the blog and also in my closet. The whole look is very unusual for me, since I don’t really like blazers on me (at least, this one doesn’t really look like one), and pants, well, I simply prefer dresses and skirts. That’s just the way it is. ;)

But from time to time, I like to do something different and try new things, and I felt like it when we strolled through the whole store (what a day – we spent almost five hours in there!). I’m curious to read what you think about it, since you don’t see me like this very often. I must say that I have to get used to these pants, but I like how they complete the look in the best way possible because of the pattern of the blazer. :) Wouldn’t be the same with a skirt!

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• Androgyny •

• Androgyny •

01 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Cape: H&M Trend
Sweater: Doris Streich
Pants: Via Appia Due
Mules: Steffen Schraut
Bag: Gucci “Soho”
Leather Chain Shoulder Bag

Hat: H&M Divided
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: ASOS sweater,
ASOS Curve pants, ASOS mules,
ASOS clutch, ASOS hat

Isn’t this cape awesome? I got it last year, now it’s on sale and you can get it → here. I really like that it can be worn as a cape or poncho (just button the sleeves on or off) – I actually prefer the cape version because it makes the body shape more visible.

By the way, I’ve never been a blazer girl. They just never seem to fit me well enough and I feel that I look somehow strange in them. But this blazer cut is very cool, and together with those cape sleeves it made me buy this very special piece. :)

I went for a very business-like look, kind of androgynous with the black pants, no cleavage and the hat. I don’t wear this kind of style very often (even though I got another boyish look coming!) because I definitely prefer feminine outfits with dresses and skirts, but I really like this look on me. And you can definitely make it feminine enough with the right make-up – guess that’s where I transformed it into my own style. ;)

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• Blue •

• Blue •

01 - Lu zieht an.®

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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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