• Purple Tiger •

• Purple Tiger •

4 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Bomber Jacket: H&M Trend
Sweater: Eloquii
Jeans: Happy Size
Boots: C&A
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Alternatives: River Island bomber jacket,
ASOS Curve jeans, ASOS boots

Here we are – I’m sorry for the lack of posts because of my stay at home around my birthday (thanks for all your lovely birthday wishes!!), but I’m finally back with some new outfits and a new haircut. Since everybody has been asking a lot if I’m letting my hair grow: yes! I just need some kind of change for some time, but of course I’ll always come back to short hair in the end. It’s just that a little change never hurts and I kind of feel like going for a bit longer hair again – and blonde! I really wanna be blonde again, like → here or → here. As you can see, I’m already a tiny bit blonder and my baby pony tail is gone because that was mostly neck hair growing out and I really needed a fresh cut. Now, my hair is ready to grow coordinately and will hopefully be good for my next appointment at my hair magician – we’ve got some things in mind… :)

About my look: as you can see, this is a totally casual look and it’s a style I’m wearing super often because I first fell in love with the bomber jacket and then with the whole look. You know I’m always kind of a overdressed glam girl, but this is what I love to wear for running errands or simply casual dates with my friends. And still, it has that kind of special touch because of the glitter details on the satin jacket, the transparent sweater and the ripped jeans (yay – more jeans!). ;)

Continue reading →

• Transparency •

• Transparency •

4 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Scarlett & Jo
Body: H&M Trend
Platform Sandals: Schutz
Turban: Missoni Mare
Sunglasses: Chloé “Carlina”
Alternatives: Vero Moda dress,
Daisy Street body, River Island body,
ASOS body, ASOS heels

So this is my last summer post – and for that special occasion, I’ve got a special outfit for you. Once again, more editorial than everyday but certainly a good choice for a summer party or (if you exchange the body for a swimsuit) the beach. So if you’re still planning on going on a vacay, this may be a bit inspirational. ;)

I wanted to try another transparency style. After → Remi Ray’s amazing sheer dress, I wanted something black and not too extravagant. I guess that this is a look that’s easier to recreate, not too daring but still special enough. :) To ease up the black base of the look, I wore a (finally ready-to-wear!) colorful turban and matching sandals – light colors for a soft styling. But of course, I couldn’t resist wearing another statement – the sunnies. I think they round up the slight 70s touch with the turban, kind of “hippie chic”. ;)

Continue reading →

• Lu zieht an x onchiq | Tal •

• Lu zieht an x onchiq | Tal •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: onchiq “Tal”
Boots: & Other Stories
Hat: H&M Divided
Earrings: Chanel
In cooperation with onchiq.

Sure, this outfit isn’t very summery (especially not on these hot days), but it’s definitely worth posting already – so you can still get it with 25% off and get ready for fall. ;) But of course, this is a super classic look, “all black” just how I love it. I even went so far and created a matching make-up by doing smoky eyes and wearing an almost black lipstick. The → “Tal” dress is truly a special piece with a very different cut. I first thought about wearing it with a belt, simply because I like to show my waist, but honestly: this ruins the dress. So if you’re thinking about buying it (and you should!), don’t even think about adding a belt because this dress needs to be worn just like this! That’s what the dress is about and how it looks best. :)

Since my head always looks a bit too small when I wear loose clothes, I went for a hat. This is something I actually have to do so I don’t look distorted. ;) But as I love hats, this isn’t a problem for me – and I think that it rounds off the look perfectly. Also, I went for boots because I felt that delicate sandals or elegant heels just wouldn’t work with the dress. It needs something more rough and bold and so I chose these classic black boots. Do I have to say more? Just in case (and cause I forgot it last time): I’m wearing a size 2 here and the → “Kiss” dress was a size 3 (probably, a 2 would have been better for my small bust, but the 3 was the best choice for my large hips). The fabrics aren’t stretchy, so if you want them to fit, use the measurement chart on the page and check which size will be best for you. ;) And now we’ll let the photos speak for themselves – and don’t forget to watch the video! ;)

Continue reading →

• Doxtooth •

• Doxtooth •

11 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Joolz Plus
Belt: H&M Divided
High Heels: Schutz
Hat: H&M Divided
Sunglasses: Céline “Strat Circle”
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: ASOS heels,
ASOS hat

Well, I really hope that you love this dress as much as I do – because it’s really something different and not my usual style. And that’s just why I love it so much! Isn’t it just amazing? The official name for this print is “Doxtooth” and yes, this makes me happy. The name and the print. I’m definitely a cat lady thanks to my little boy, but I’ve also got a passion for dogs, and since my dad once had a dachshund, I guess this just made me choose this print. :) So first, here’s a huge thanks to Airdrie – Joolz Plus – for sending me this lovely dress!

Second, I have to tell you that this is a perfectly cut piece and the fabric (yes, it’s polyester and I know many hate it – but polyester isn’t always the same, and not necessarily plastic!) is super lightweight and feels great on my skin. It’s a great summer dress and even though it’s a happy and funny dress, I wanted to give it that special sophisticated look. So I went for a matching belt in black and white, a classic hat and black heels – and red sunglasses. I even tried to recreate the color of the sunnies for my lipstick, but it came out a bit more orange – which I actually like, it’s not too forced, you know? ;)

Continue reading →