• Modern Love •

• Modern Love •

6 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Jumpsuit: Beth Ditto “Modern Love”
Jacket: Maria Grazia Severi
Sandals: Arezzo
Sunglasses: Céline “Strat Circle”
Earrings: Chanel
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: New Look sandals,
ASOS sunglasses

I don’t even know how to start this blog post because there’s way too much love involved. This jumpsuit is EVERYTHING. I can’t even say how much I adore this piece!

When I saw the first pictures of Beth Ditto’s collection, the jumpsuit was the first thing I saw (and then the “Lola” dress). I wasn’t sure which design was my favorite and was so happy when I got the chance to try it on in Berlin. It was a decision between the → “Liquid Black” semi-transparent jumpsuit or → “Noir”, the black one, and even though I really liked the “garbage bag look” (I know, many hate it precisely for this look), I went for the opaque black one because it’s just easier to wear more often and combine it in many different ways. Especially because there are many ways to use this little belt and tie it – untied (and you’ll look like a flying squirrel), tied like in my pictures, tied through the inside (there are tiny hidden holes on the sides which you can pull it through) in the front or back, and you could also cross it in front. I guess there are even more ways to werk it but I still have to find out. Anyways, this style here is definitely my favorite.

My first styling with it is all about black and red. I really love the combo of these two colors and, of course, I couldn’t leave the house without fancy sunnies (such a lucky TK Maxx find – I mean, Céline! More than 50% off, I couldn’t resist, even though these shades are pretty special, but that’s just what made me love them even more!) and red lipstick. Signature look, huh? ;)

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• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Paisley •

• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Paisley •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Belt: H&M
High Heels: ASOS
Hat: Gina Tricot
Sunglasses: Chloé “Carlina”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

Aaaah, the 70s – I’ve actually never been a great fan of the typical style of the 70s, but since last summer, I’ve started to like a few pieces that fit perfectly into this decade. It’s fun to style yourself in different ways and give everything a chance instead of always saying “no” when it’s not your usual style. So here I am, wearing → this dress from the current Anna Scholz for sheego collection, the second piece of my editorial “trilogy”, and it’s the dress that was most difficult for me to style – just because I’m not used to the cutouts, the paisley print and that whole 70s flair. But (and that’s a huge one): I really love it! I kind of feel like a modern hippie diva and adding my own accessories to the dress was lots of fun. :)

You all know me, I’m always up for a chic look, so after → last time, when I showed you how casual I can be, here’s an elegant version with another lovely dress that’s just perfect for summer. I had to take it one size up for a nicer fit, so I’m wearing a EU46, which I made a bit more formfitted with a small belt that works perfectly with my platform heels. ;) I actually wanted to wear a cognac-colored hat, but unfortunately I don’t own one, so I had to go for black, but I think it’s actually a nice contrast, especially because it’s a straw hat, which makes it not too heavy as the only black piece in this look.

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• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Blue Feathers •

• Anna Scholz for sheego x Lu zieht an | Blue Feathers •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
Belt: Ted Baker “Julo”
Espadrilles: Arezzo
Hat: Vintage
Sunglasses: Ray Ban “Round”
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

I’ve teamed up again with sheego for another series around the latest and current Anna Scholz for sheego collection. You can already find all pieces online and I’ll show you my three favorites of it on a monthly basis.

Today’s favorite (and my number one of them) is the → maxi dress with a blue and white feather print. Luckily, sheego offers petite lengths for tiny Human McNuggets like me, so I chose the slightly shorter version of the dress to wear the actual length.

I’ve created a casual style, wearing suede fringe espadrilles, but of course this dress also looks great with high heels, especially wedges or platform sandals for a kind of hippie style.
I also added a belt in order to accentuate my waist, and chose a few accessories in black and blue to complete the look. Even though I really adore elegant and sophisticated looks, this is probably one of my favorite casual looks ever, and because the pieces I chose for my editorials are only borrowed for the shootings, I will definitely get this one again so I can wear it more often during spring and summer.
By the way: it’s made of soft and elastic jersey and the fabric isn’t too thin, so it falls very prettily, but it’s still light and loose enough to be worn without sweating when it’s warm outside. ;) That’s one of the features I really love about Anna Scholz dresses.

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• Naomie, Paige & Kenzo •

• Naomie, Paige & Kenzo •

7 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Blazer: Kenzo
Top: Rue 107 “Naomie”
Skirt: Rue 107 “Paige”
High Heels: YSL “Tribute”
Hat: H&M Divided
Sunglasses: Dior “So Real”
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Tribal Earrings
Bracelet: Hermès
Ring: YSL Arty Ring
Alternatives: ASOS skirt,
ASOS top, ASOS top,
Nina Shoes heels, ASOS hat,
Pieces sunglasses

Today’s look is all about that navy blue combo, consisting of the bralette and midi skirt. The skirt is extremely awesome, since it’s pretty heavy and therefore falls very nicely (and in one of the pictures it somehow even looks like culottes – and I like it!). The bralette can be worn differently, you don’t need to cross it in front, it’s actually a simple halterneck top, but I decided that for this look it looked even better crossed. :)

It was still pretty warm when we shot these pictures (in November, oops!), but already cold enough to need a jacket. The blazer was exactly what I needed that day (I’m actually a bit more unsusceptible to cold temperatures than average), but now it will definitely start to get warmer – depending on where you live or are right now. ;)

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