• JEANS DRESSED UP
    Style | 01 Okt 2013

    JEANS DRESSED UP

    Another look without a dress! Although I love them all year round, it is not always easy to style a dress for the in-between-season. Soon it will be to cold for bare legs but yet too early for boots… a style dilemma 😉 Recently I have shown you my new leather trousers, where I stepped out of my comfort zone a little bit and got lots of positve and very flattering feedback –…

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    MONOCHROMATIC LOOK IN BURGUNDY
    Style | 27 Sep 2013

    MONOCHROMATIC LOOK IN BURGUNDY

    Leaves are turning golden and I wake up to only 5C in the morning…. autumn has arrived here in Bavaria but we had a fantastic period of Indian Summer with a lot of sunshine this week, just in time for the Oktoberfest! Shades of Burgundy, Purple and Oxblood are amongst my favourite colours this season and today I am going for a monochromatic look. I am more than happy about my…

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    LEATHER DRESSED UP
    Style | 24 Sep 2013

    LEATHER DRESSED UP

    It can’t always be a dress… this time I was in the mood for something different. I combined my new olive faux leather trousers with a light blouse, clutch and peep toes in nude tones.  Leather trousers can be worn in different ways from rock style to casual – I was going for another option: dressed up but not too formal. The soft inner lining of these trousers is soft and quite warm,…

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    FLORAL PRINTS IN BLACK & WHITE
    Style | 22 Sep 2013

    FLORAL PRINTS IN BLACK & WHITE

    We have lovely late summer weather in Bavaria this week – right in time for the Oktoberfest – but we already feel autumn with low temperatures in single celsius digits in the morning and at night. They can’t stop me from wearing dresses without tights yet. It’s in our family genes and also my mum and my daughter go by our personal rule: No tights as long as possible! I am changing to…

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    IT’S OKTOBERFEST TIME
    Style | 19 Sep 2013

    IT’S OKTOBERFEST TIME

    Today I am wearing something very different, a dress that doesn’t follow any trends or seasons. A „Dirndl“ is a traditional costume worn by women of all ages in the alpine regions of Germany and Austria. Traditionally a garment worn every day, it nowadays became an outfit for special occasions such as cultural festivities, religious holidays, weddings on the countryside and of course the Oktoberfest. There are different styles from region…

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