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

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

6 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Platform Sandals: Luiza Barcelos
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana “Sicilian Baroque”
In cooperation with sheego.

Green is my favorite color – and I truly love khaki green, it’s the shade of green that fascinates me the most. Of course, I was instantly in love when I saw that Anna Scholz created a → khaki green lace dress for the new collection in collaboration with sheego and I knew that it was going to be one of the three pieces I’d choose for → my lookbook.

Not only is this dress super comfy because of the very soft fabric but it’s also easy to wear in different styles. You can wear it casually with espadrilles and a denim jacket, for example, or style it more elegantly with high heels and some statement jewelry.

I’ve decided to go for a modern but chic look and therefore did some expected and also some unexpected accessorizing. First, the shoes – I guess, black is always the safe choice, but I kinda felt like it would be a bit too dark since the dress already has a black base and I wanted to loosen it all up. That’s why I went for beige. And then, there’s the belt – of course, the dress looks nice without it, but I went for a size up (46 instead of 44 like with most of the Anna Scholz for sheego dresses) and that’s why the waistline was a bit too loose and also too low for my body shape. Nothing a belt can’t fix. ;) And I love accentuating my waist, so it was kind of obvious that I’d go for a belt.

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• All Over •

• All Over •

4 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Cardigan: H&M Trend
Top: Scarlett & Jo
Skirt: Studio Untold
Belt: H&M Divided
Platform Sandals: Gucci
Clutch: Gucci
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Swarovski
Alternatives: ASOS cardigan,
Pieces belt, Faith pumps,
Public Desire heels, ASOS heels,
ASOS clutch

Christmas is coming! Time for a shiny yet casual look which you can wear for almost every occasion! Less isn’t always more, that’s why I’ve decided to do a glitter all over look for today’s outfit. :)

When I first saw the skirt at the Plus Size Fashion Days, I knew I had to buy it. I’m usually not so much of a glitter girl, but sometimes (especially during the holidays) I somehow turn into someone who needs a bit of sparkling clothes. ;) Well, this time I totally exaggerated – but I love it. :)

I’m so happy to see that → Scarlett & Jo is doing some tops at the moment. They’ve added this → gorgeous lurex tunic to their collection, together with a few simpler tops but also this → utterly beautiful kimono (NEEEEED!). I’ve already received many compliments for this sparkling top and I can definitely recommend it to you, it’s simply perfect – and also looks great with jeans! ;) I’m wearing a UK size 14 (EU size 42), which means a size smaller than usual because it’s just a top, and it fits just right!

Of course I had to do a matching make-up and kind of felt old-school because years ago I was only doing colorful make-ups and now I prefer natural looks, even though I love colors on my eyes. I truly adore these pink and purple shades and they compliment the outfit as best as possible. I even added some loose silver glitter to my lids because here, too, it just couldn’t be enough glitter… ;)

For that special casual touch (and because it was horribly cold and windy when we shot these pictures, even though the sun almost blinded me!), I wore a super chunky knit cardi (one of my best buys ever some years ago).

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• Couture •

• Couture •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Scarlett & Jo Couture
Platform Sandals: Gucci
Clutch: Gucci
Earrings: Chanel
Alternatives: Head over Heels by Dune sandals,
Public Desire heels, ASOS clutch,
ASOS clutch

I’m starting pretty early with festive styles, but it’s actually never too early to look festive, right? :) This was a look I had planned to wear in Russia for the evening, but since I had to stay at home, it had to wait until we finally shot it. No real occasion for it yet, but I hope that there’ll be a winter event where I can go out like this. ;)

This dress is part of Scarlett & Jo’s “Couture” range – the dresses are even more elegant and the quality is absolutely impeccable (the fabrics are even more high-quality, which you can especially see and feel when you get this dress in your hands!). The styles are perfect for evening occasions, special parties and events that require a certain dress code, and I can totally recommend getting yourself at least one of them, maybe for the next Christmas party at work or a super festive dinner with your family. The fit is perfect as usual, I’m wearing my normal UK size 16 and it fits like a glove – and creates the most stunning cleavage I’ve ever seen. If you still need a not-so-little black dress, you should try this one for sure!

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• Red Lace •

• Red Lace •

2 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Shirt: made by my mom
Skirt: made by my mom
Belt: Marina Rinaldi
Platform Sandals: Luiza Barcelos
Bag: Dior “Diorever”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Alternatives: ASOS skirt,
ASOS heels, Picard bag,
ASOS earrings

It’s finally looking like fall on the blog, right? :) Today’s look is a tribute to my mom, who created it. The shirt and skirt are hand-sewn by her and I truly love them together (you already know the shirt, just have a look at the “style it differently” section at the end of this post!), they’re a perfect match.

Since I finally own a brown bag (yup, it was about time!), I went for a warm and soft look, adding brown details and beige shoes (matching the lipstick). Of course, black would’ve been a good choice, as always, but I think that it all harmonizes best with brown. More fall-like. ;)

I think this could be a good business look too, maybe with opaque tights and pumps instead of the platform sandals. You can also add a tailored blazer and you’re ready for your next meeting at work – and you’ll still look very feminine.
I get asked a lot to post more business styles, but since I don’t have a classic job and no experience with these kinds of outfits, I’m definitely not the best source for that. Also, I truly love experimental and extravagant looks – so please forgive me if they’re not always the go-to choice for everyday looks and office-job styles. ;) I want to share my own style, which is something different, I know, but maybe from time to time, there’s also some inspiration for a business look – just like today. ;)

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