• Red •

• Red •

1 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Chi Chi London Curve
Pumps: Valentino “Rockstud”
Bag: Gilson Martins
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Chi Chi London dress white floral,
Chi Chi London dress pink,
Chi Chi London dress lilac floral,
Chi Chi London dress rosé gold,
Chi Chi London dress black,
Chi Chi London Curve dress navy blue,
Chi Chi London Curve dress embroidered rosé,
Chi Chi London dress pink floral,
Chi Chi London petite dress brown,
Chi Chi London dress pale pink,
Chi Chi London Curve dress embroidered pink,
ASOS pumps, Guess bag,
MICHAEL Michael Kors clutch, By Malene Birger clutch,
Dorothy Perkins clutch

I welcome spring with a bright red dress – even though the weather outside isn’t that lovely while it was super warm and nice in February when we shot these pictures (actually planned for Valentine’s Day, but due to being at home with my family, I just had no time to post it), today’s a good day to show you this gorgeous dress. :)

It’s currently almost sold out where I originally bought it because it was already on sale in February, but it keeps coming back in a few sizes. Don’t worry, though, this dress is still available in lots of different colors and styles, look:


Good to know
: when I ordered → this Chi Chi dress, I felt like the sizing was not correctly explained at navabi because a UK size 18 is not a EU size 44 but a size 46 – that’s why it was way too big for me (I had ordered a size 46 and ended up with a 48 because of Chi Chi’s weird sizing). Please have that in mind when ordering at navabi. Otherwise, my tip is to stick to the original sizing and always choose your actual UK size (mine is 16, which is a German 44). Plus: I had the feeling that the regular Chi Chi dresses tend to fit small to size while the Chi Chi Curve dresses are actually a bit larger, even though when wearing this red dress (and I chose a UK size 18, means a EU size 46!), I felt like it was way too tight around my bust and the arm holes were too small. That’s why the dress is now a skirt, thanks to my mom. ;) I guess my tips won’t help that much because you’ll definitely have to try the dresses on in order to find your right size. But it may help a little with choosing before ordering. ;)

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• Stripes & Gold •

• Stripes & Gold •

8 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Marina Rinaldi
Shoes: H&M
Bag: Gucci “Soho”
Leather Chain Shoulder Bag
Earrings: Chanel
Bracelet: Hermès
Alternatives: Miss Selfridge loafer,
Carvela loafer, Raid loafer,
ASOS loafer, ASOS loafer,
ASOS loafer, Ted Baker bag,
ASOS bag

Oh, silk dresses – it’s a love-hate relationship. On the one hand, there’s nothing more pleasant to wear. On the other hand, silk’s the worst of all materials when it comes to wrinkles (short quote from one of my Instagram live chats when I wore the dress: “Silk is the asshole of all fabrics.” – true that.). Hello iron, my best friend! :D

Anyways – I love the colors of this striped dress and I also love the length. Instead of using the actual belt (the dress comes with a matching thin silk band), I opted for something more special: my Gucci crossbody bag which I changed into a fanny pack. :) Definitely more fashion, right?

About the shoes – I never thought that I’d ever own golden shoes, especially not loafers, but when I saw them, I kind of had to buy them. And today’s look was just perfect for their first time on the road. ;)

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• Ruusuja * •

• Ruusuja * •

2 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Tunic: Excuse My BonBon
Boots: Heine (via sheego)
Bag: Gucci “Dionysus”
Earrings: Chanel

* Roses

I guess nobody here knows about my weird obsession with Finland. I fell in love with the country when I was about 14 years old – because of the band Rasmus. I listened to their songs every day, knew all of them by heart (a few even still today!) and was pretty sure that one day, I’d marry the lead singer (instead, I named a cute little cat Lauri). I’ve never been there yet (shame on me – anybody who wants to go with me?), but when I was young, I owned the Finnish flag and it hung on the wall in my room, I had ICQ friends from Finland who had to send me Finnish stuff and I even tried to learn the language, but all I can say now is that I’m not feeling very well (“minulla on huono olo” – at least that’s what I learned). And there are even more crazy stories I won’t tell now. ;) Good thing I have a lovely friend, → Hanna, who’s Finnish and helped me with today’s blog post title. ;) And who made it happen that I can show you a Finnish outfit today – from the brand “Excuse My BonBon”. :)

This is actually a tunic but as we all know by now, for your favorite Human McNugget they’re always dresses (even though they’re mostly pretty short, but that’s why I wear something opaque underneath). Even though I haven’t posted it on the blog yet, I’ve already worn it a few times, for example at my → C&A shopping day event (with leggings and biker boots) or → at the Vollkommen.Braut. store opening (with a pencil skirt). Even though it has a very delicate print, this is a versatile piece which can be worn for many different occasions – from casual to chic. For today’s look, I just went for a basic look with knee-high boots and a small patent belt, combined with my lovely “Dionysus” bag and a very natural make-up look, using different shades of brown and beige. P.S.: I’m wearing size 44/46 and the fit is perfect. No need to size up or down, no matter how you’re planning on wearing the tunic. :)

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

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

4 - Lu zieht an.®

Photos: Falko Blümlein
Dress: Anna Scholz for sheego
High Heels: Zara
Bag: Gucci “Soho” Disco Bag
Earrings: Dior “Mise en Dior”
Choker: Jennifer Fisher
Bracelet: Hermès
In cooperation with sheego.

It’s finally time for a new Anna Scholz for sheego lookbook on the blog again! As every season (find all previous posts → here), I’ve teamed up with sheego for a small lookbook with my three  favorite pieces of the collection (which is already available!).

My favorite number one must be the highlight dress of the latest collection – a gorgeous → wrap dress with a kaleidoscopic butterfly print. When I was at the “Panorama” fair with sheego in January, Anna Scholz herself wore the dress and it instantly became a must-have piece for me, so that’s my first choice to show you.

It is very easy to style this dress, since it doesn’t need too many accessories – it shines by itself. But I still wanted to give it all a special touch, that’s why I chose some red splashes of color to compliment the bold print. ;) I’m wearing a EU size 46 but I’m pretty sure a 44 would also work (could be a tiny bit too tight around my hips, that’s why I went for the 46). Depending on your body shape, it’s up to you to decide when you’re in between two sizes. Just have a look at your body and decide whether you need a tighter or looser fit.

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