• #BeachBodyNotSorry | sheego •

• #BeachBodyNotSorry | sheego •

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Photos: Wolf-Dieter Schmidt
» Röttenbach
Swimsuit: Lascana (via sheego)
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
In cooperation with sheego.

I’m finally able to show you another #BeachBodyNotSorry look – this time in cooperation with sheego. I wrote → an article for their magazine in which you can find some tips about confidence at the beach. Since the article is in German, I translated my three tips for you:

1 • Yes, people will be watching you. But maybe they’re not even thinking badly about you? They may think your bikini/swimsuit looks nice, maybe they think you’re a beautiful person, or maybe they’re asking themselves why they didn’t dare to go to the beach like this yet. Sure, there will be some of them thinking very bad things about you, but especially as long as they’re not saying anything, you really shouldn’t care!

2 • If you already know that you won’t feel good in a bikini, there’s no sense in forcing you to wear it. People will notice that you’re not happy. I’m sure you’ll feel better wearing a tankini or swimsuit and if that’s still too naked for your own taste, a cute pareo/beach towel is a great and handy idea to give you a little more confidence – and you can wrap them in so many different ways! You can find a lot of tutorials on YouTube.

3 • The sun is shining, it’s hot outside, everybody wants to cool down and have fun. And that’s what everybody’s concerned about – you may think that everybody’s watching you and making up their minds about you and even gossip secretly or say something very unpleasant that the whole beach could hear, but the truth is: everybody’s so much self-involved that the majority of people around you absolutely don’t care what you’re wearing and how you look. In the end, unfortunately (!) every woman at the beach is thinking the same and doesn’t want to make a bad impression. There’s no space left for a single thought about you and your body at the beach.
But I really need to add to this point that I find it really sad that we’re so much fixated on pleasing others – this should never be our priority number one, especially not at the beach! Enjoy your life and summer!

P.S.: I’ve still got some beachwear here to be photographed! If you’re a photographer in the Erlangen/Nürnberg area, please drop me a line, I’m currently looking for new people to work with me! :)

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• #BeachBodyNotSorry | Mix & Match •

• #BeachBodyNotSorry | Mix & Match •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Wolf-Dieter Schmidt
» Röttenbach
Bikini Top: H&M+
Bikini Bottoms: Phylyda “Sol”
Hat: Vintage
Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana “Spain in Sicily”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Alternatives: ASOS bikini top,
ASOS bikini top, ASOS bikini bottoms,
ASOS hat

My second #BeachBodyNotSorry look is an experienced version of the classic Mix & Match – because I’m not only mixing different colors/patterns but also brands. Unfortunately, I could only buy the bikini top with the palm print so I had to improvise. I kind of got crazy with Phylyda and already own three bikinis, the black and pink combo, the light blue one from my last post (the → diversity project) and a full copper one. I decided to wear only the bottoms of the last one because I thought that adding the copper to the palm print will kind of make it look like an actual tree. :D Well… I like the mix. plus it looks amazing with the matching sunglasses – and cause it is super hot and extremely sunny these days, I’m wearing a hat. It’s a vintage piece I found in my grandma’s closet. :)

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• Casual Witchcraft •

• Casual Witchcraft •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Shirt: H&M
Skirt: Lu zieht an x mable
Sneakers: Puma “Fenty” Creepers
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
Ring: YSL “Arty”

Here’s → my skirt again! And as I promised you, this look is completely different than the → official “Witchcraft” look. I know, the skirt is still a statement piece, but I hope this outfit shows you how you can easily downdress it to a very casual style – even with sneakers (which is something I’m kind of digging right now…)! :)

I don’t even have more to say than: go for it! ;) I’d be so, so happy to see at least one of you wearing my skirt – so if you buy it and style it, please let me know! :)

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• Lu zieht an x Anna Scholz for sheego | Black & Silver•

• Lu zieht an x Anna Scholz for sheego | Black & Silver•

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Belt: ASOS
High Heels: YSL “Tribute”
Clutch: Lulu Guinness
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

Here comes the last look of my Anna Scholz for sheego lookbook! It’s a very elegant one and maybe – if the bride is okay with that – also a look which you can wear as a wedding guest.

This time, I decided to pair this → amazing black maxi dress with silver and black patent accessories. The dress comes without a belt but as you know, I love to accentuate my waist – plus: it gives the dress a personal touch. I went for matching silver earrings, while I chose black patent shoes and the matching shining black lips clutch. It’s definitely an easy look but it looks highly sophisticated. That’s also what I love most about Anna’s dresses (not only about those in her own collection but also those for sheego) – easy to wear but at the same time very stylish.

I’m wearing a size 44 and it’s slightly loose around my waist – good thing I’m wearing a belt, right? Even though it looks amazing without it, too. 44 is my regular dress size, so if you ask me for a size recommendation – stick to your usual size or one size smaller if you’re not that curvy around your upper torso, and I’m pretty sure it will fit perfectly.

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