I’ve always been crushing on teddy cardigans but my love for fishnet tights is quite new. When I saw them for the first time, I wasn’t sure what to think about this trend, since it’s pretty hard to make it look at least ‚kind of‘ classy. Dressing them down with boots and cozy components like a fluffy cardigan helps a lot though and I am pretty sure that I will find even more outfit combinations with fishnet tights that I will love. Hope you guys have a great start into this week! xx, Anna
I guess most of you will know the famous Balmain sequin jackets and the moment I saw it, I fell for it. But let’s face it, even if I’m somebody who really likes to invest into fashion, 2 K for a blazer is totally unrealistic. However, until now I had not found the perfect one, that was afforable. In Milan I stumbled over this beauty at Zara (130 euros) and I even spotted an alternative for less (see below). So guess what, I’m super happy with this beauty! xx, Anna
Camisole tops in combination with simple tees is a trend that has recently become more popular and I think I totally like it. It’s so simple, casual and easy-going that it perfectly fits for vacays and warm summer days. By the way, we’re currently staying at the super beautiful Pure Salt Garonda Hotel, welll… saying ‚we‘ meaning my girls Janina, Julia, Merna and me. But I will tell you more about it soon, so stay tuned! xx, Anna
Today’s look is a super relaxed one, wearing my new beloved Zelle Studio Berenice coat with a simple black body, sneakers and ripped denim. I am sure this grey timeless piece was an addition to my closet that I will wear for summer (at least the German summer this year), fall, winter and even spring, because you can create endlessly many different looks with it. Now it’s time for running some errands before heading to Palma with my girls by the beginning of next week!
Sometimes it’s all about sporty looks that make you feel comfortable! The upcoming weeks will be full of travels, time at the airport and work, work, work. Next week Berlin fashion week is calling, the week after I’ll be going to Porto and after that a girls trip to Palma is waiting. Well.. so this is what I really feel like wearing right now: casual looks with comfy sweaters, comfy pants and comfy shoes…
Saying hi from London (one of my favorite cities, especially when it comes to food and shopping). As always, the weather was kind of lousy but not totally bad – at least we didn’t have much rain, which is at least something. Next week will be pretty busy, since there’s lots of work waiting to be done. Besides that there are some really cool projects waiting and I am really excited for them. Of course I will share everything with you guys on Insta and Snapchat soon. So stay tuned!
I guess it is not a secret that I like to invest to invest in designer bags or designer stuff in general (preferably furniture or also jewellery). Of course it wasn’t alaways like that but over the years it definitely turned out to be the right way for me. I totally understand if people think about it differently and don’t feel good when splurging. However, I decided to share five reasons why I like to invest in designer bags.
Everytime the warmer weather comes around, there are some spring basics I truly love to wear again, such as light trenchies. To me they’re absolutely perfect, since they are just so easy to match almost anything with. Another basic I’m currently really obsessed with is the sleeveless turtleneck. Well… and now I’m just waiting for the sun to finally come out so that I can also wear my sandals again!
Our third day of Paris Fashion Week started, as always, with a huge breakfast and because there was perfect sunshine for a little while, we decided to explore the city. After shooting this look we had some meetings and shows like the one by Andrew GN at the Palais de Tokyo. I really loved it, so many cool military elements. You’ll get to see everything about it soon in a big PFW follow me around. Bisous de Paris!
Good morning from rainy yet adorable Paris! We spent our first day between rushing from one show to another and lazy breaks at little cafés with Parisian friends. Seriously, I like Parisian people. They’re so grounded but fun to hang out with at the same time. And they’re super open-minded. Besides that we did a little shopping at the Champs Élysées. PFW couldn’t have started any better!