• Casual x Sexy •

• Casual x Sexy •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Jumpsuit: H&M+
Playsuit: Agent Provocateur “Warner”
Mules: Steffen Schraut
Hat: H&M Divided
Earrings: & Other Stories
Bracelets: Gilson Martins, Fendi
Alternatives: Daisy Street jumpsuit,
Vila jumpsuit, Ultimo harness,
ASOS harness, ASOS harness,
Bagatt mules, ASOS hat,
ASOS earrings

I really enjoy mixing different styles – especially when I can bring in some sexy lingerie like this playsuit from Agent Provocateur. Normally, that’s definitely a piece for the bedroom, but I think it’s way too cool to only be left at home, hidden in a pink box most of the time. So I thought about how to integrate it into an outfit without looking as naughty as AP’s actual plan. ;)

You already know how much I love a comfy jumpsuit – I bought this one from H&M+ a bit larger (2XL) for a very loose fit and it turned out perfectly for this little style mix. It’s been some time since I last wore a hat (and we are back…), so I had to take it out of my closet and put it right on my head. With some black and gold jewelry and mules, this was a great outfit for a relaxed summer afternoon – but still with this “sexy as hell” feeling thanks to the playsuit. ;)

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• Jungle •

• Jungle •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Kimono: Sonia Rykiel x H&M (2009)
Bikini Top:
Agent Provocateur “Lexxi”
Bikini Bottoms: H&M+
Hat: Comma
Earrings: Vintage
Bracelets: Hermès, SIX
Alternatives: ASOS kimono,
ASOS Curve bikini bottoms,
ASOS Curve bikini bottoms,
ASOS earrings

Hello Diva! :) Just making fun, this hat kind of brings out the diva in me, but the whole look is somehow cruise-chic, right? ;) Unfortunately, this spot has nothing to do with a glamorous cruise through the Caribbean but some ice-cold water in a park. With bad lighting so you can see my crater-cellulite thighs. But even though I’m mentioning them and some might think that I do so because I feel bad about them, it’s more because I want to say: it’s okay. My skin down there is not perfect. My thighs are huge, and so are my hips and my butt – it’s kind of a family problem and not that easy to just get rid of through exercise. I’ve got some bad lipedema and to be honest: I don’t like it. Yes, there’s something about my body that I don’t like – this doesn’t mean that I’m not “body positive” anymore. Of course I love myself, I even love my legs even though they’re not the most beautiful part about me (plus, again: the lighting is so not flattering!). I’m allowed to find some imperfections and not feel good about them.
But: is this a reason to hide them? I won’t jump into the water wearing long pants. Definitely not. For some, my thighs may be disgusting, others may think that I’m brave because I’m even posting pictures of me showing them, others may not even notice my cellulite – maybe because I’m still confident about my body. It’s okay to have some flaws. I’ve accepted my legs and I’m fine with them.
And that’s why I’ll now stop talking about them and change the topic to this gorgeous bikini: it’s a freestyle thing as the top is from Agent Provocateur and the bottoms from H&M+. I knew I’d never fit into the actual bottoms from Agent Provocateur, so I came up with the idea to do some black and white combo and this is it. Black high-waist pants plus a very special white top (I love it so much!). Add the cruise chic with a huge striped hat and a sheer kimono for even more glam and you’re good to go – for a real cruise or just some splish-splash fun at the park. Feel free to wear whatever you want, whenever you want. :*

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• Turquoise •

• Turquoise •

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Photos: Falko Blümlein
Swimsuit: Agent Provocateur “Lyssandra”
Pareo: Matthew Williamson for H&M (2009)
Earrings: Dior “Gum Tee Shirt” Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Roberto Cavalli
Alternatives: ASOS swimsuit,
Anna Field pareo, ASOS earrings
 

Wait, is this really Hamburg? No beach abroad? Yup. We’re back at the dunes… I really love this place and the fine sand makes me feel like I’m on vacation somewhere far, far away. :) Today, I don’t want to write too much – just let you enjoy these pictures, which are my favorites since, like… forever. :) I love the whole look and also, this swimsuit is a piece that made me very happy when I bought it. Here’s another proud addition to my → #BeachBodyNotSorry series and hopefully further proof that curves don’t need to be hidden at the beach!

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• Blue •

• Blue •

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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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