• Be Mine •

• Be Mine •

6 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Scarlett & Jo
Sandals: Luiza Barcelos
Clutch: H&M
Earrings: Accessorize
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Lulu Guinness clutch,
ASOS heels

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and I’ve got the perfect dress for those of you who plan to go out for a luxurious romantic dinner for two. :) And by “I’ve got one”, I literally mean that I’ve got one for you, because one of you can win this dress in her size, just in time for Valentine’s Day on Sunday. :)

Like every dress from Scarlett & Jo, this is another perfect curve-hugging dress. Made of soft lace that falls beautifully around the legs (love the fishtail!), it makes your figure look stunning (I’m sure you can all see what I mean!). This time, I went for a UK size 18, just because I wanted it not to be too tight around my hips, and it was a good choice. So if you have wide hips like me, you should consider buying it a size up – or if you’re the happy winner, just tell me the size you need. ;)

Here’s how to win:

1 • like → Scarlett & Jo on Facebook – you can also like my Facebook page → here, but that’s optional. ;)
and
2 • leave a comment here under this blog post (if you don’t comment via Facebook, please make sure to leave your e-mail address, which won’t be visible to everyone, just me – so I can contact you afterwards) telling me what you’d love to do on Valentine’s Day,
all that
3 • by tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9 (so the winner can receive the dress by Saturday!)

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• Denim Culottes •

• Denim Culottes •

7 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Blazer: Emilio Pucci
Body: H&M Trend
Denim Culottes: Zizzi
Boots: & Other Stories
Bag: Gucci “Soho”
Leather Chain Shoulder Bag
Hat: H&M Divided
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: River Island blazer,
Wolford body, ASOS body,
Triangle culotte, Mai Piu Senza boots,
ALDO boots, Elisabetta Franchi boots,
Love Moschino bag, ASOS hat,
ASOS earrings

It’s time for a new culotte on the blog – the denim version! At the Zizzi blogger event in Berlin, we were allowed to pick a few favorites from current and (near future) coming collections – these pants caught my attention instantly and I was lucky to get the only ones in my size. I also brought another pair of jeans home with me because I really love Zizzi’s cut of jeans, they fit me best and are absolutely great.

Now this is my first styling with this special culotte and it’s also one of my favorite outfits ever because I just fell in love with the whole combination of blue, white and red with golden details (French somehow, right?). Hat, bag and boots in black round it off and the make-up is mostly neutral (I really love this lipstick, which I topped with a bit of lip gloss).

Well, that’s what I want to see when I visit a fair for plus-size fashion. I want to see modern stuff, stylish clothes. Things that skinny people would also wear. Clothes for everyone, not for the fat outsider who wants to be hidden in a ochre-colored sack with no real shape. I want something that makes my fashionista heart beat faster, something that makes me want to get creative and play around with it. Something that screams FASHION! and WEAR ME!, something that makes me look amazing and want to step outside and say: “Look at me! I’m fat AND fashionable, fat AND stylish, fat AND beautiful!” – and I’m absolutely allowed to say and feel this, just like everyone else.

So yes, this is a love declaration to Zizzi – because they don’t mean to hide fat people but to make them feel like a part of everything, of fashion and looking great. Thank you for that!

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• Frozen •

• Frozen •

7 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Trench Coat: Scarlett & Jo for SimplyBe
Dress: Ted Baker
Boots: Casadei
Hat: Ted Baker
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings (mixed)
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Selected Femme boots (sale!),
Boohoo boots (sale!), ASOS earrings

Let me just say: styling a long white trench coat was kind of a big challenge for me. Since I’m pretty short, it was really important how I’d combine it so it wouldn’t look like I’m wearing a huge bathing robe and I wouldn’t feel like a doctor (who’s ready to take a shower). ;)
I went for a classic black-and-white combo, with that little twist. I’m actually not talking about the (fake fur) hat (that looks like I’m wearing a wig, right?) – but about the dress and the boots: both have the same python pattern and while the dress is made of scuba material and matte, the patent leather boots are shiny. I think it’s quite interesting to mix it like that and create a sleek and minimalistic look that’s still very impressive (yeah, talking about the hat now). ;)

The trench has a great fit. I’m always a UK size 16 at → Scarlett & Jo and anything I put on fits perfectly – I’m not lying, at the shooting last weekend, I wore about 9 different pieces and they were all on point. So once you know your S&J size, you can definitely stick to it, whatever you want to buy. ;)

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• Oh Boy! •

• Oh Boy! •

9 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: H&M Trend
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Tie: Dior (vintage)
Hat: Vintage
Boots: Acne Studios “Alma Texture”
Bag: Dior “Lady Dior” ‘medium’
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: H&M dress,
ASOS dress, Vero Moda belt,
ASOS tie, ASOS hat,
ASOS boots, ASOS earrings

Here we are, back again with a boyish look. After my androgynous cape style, here’s another mixed style – but this time I’m making a long dress look more masculine with a tie and a small hat. It’s something very different, even more different than my look with the cape, since a tie is something I really haven’t worn before.

I know, it’s probably kind of weird to see me like this – even for me it’s very strange, but I kind of liked “switching” (well, not really, because of the dress) roles for a day. ;) Nevertheless, I’m pretty sure that you won’t see me dressed like this again anytime soon – I’ll always prefer extremely feminine and diva-like looks. ;)

Anyways, I love the combination of black and gray – I find it even more interesting than the classic black and white (but it’s still my favorite). I wanted to make this dress a bit more form-fitting with a belt, and that’s where it all started. Adding the vintage hat (it’s from my father’s grandfather), the tie, the bag and the shoes, it’s a very minimalistic style, but there’s just this special something about it. I also went for a more feminine and smokey make-up in order to make everything look more feminine again. The interesting part about it is that I used some gold for it, even though the rest of the outfit only includes silver hardwear.

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