Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Outfit: It’s Only Rock ’n’ Roll (But I Like It).

Rolling stones sweater: StyleMoi || Faux fur vest: H&M || Denim shorts: old; similar available on Zalando || Boots: Vic Matie || Necklaces: Vintage & Forever 21

Autumn's cooling the weather down and my looks are getting cozier and cozier again. It's raining a lot these days, so there's always a fresh breeze on top of that unfortunately! Here's one of my favorite combinations for this season: A soft, warm sweater paired with a faux fur vest, some denim cut offs and tights. I've already been missing those hot days when I left the house with nothing but my shorts, a tee and a flowy kimono! Fortunately there are tights which makes it possible to wear shorts in autumn, too! Here I went for a darker outfit with some Rock 'n' Roll vibes. I don't want to miss that Rolling Stones sweatshirt I received from StyleMoi, it's a great alternative to band tees! I throw over my grey faux fur vest I got at H&M around 2 years ago which makes the outfit even warmer. Additionally I'm wearing some classic blue denim shorts combined with my latest vintage find - the gold/silver western belt made of dreams I already showed you in an outfit post last week. 

Kisses x

Monday, October 5, 2015

Outift: We are stardust, we are golden.

Lace fringed cardigan: NewDress || Floral playsuit: NewDress || Western Boots: Mango || Necklace: Urban Outfitters - similar also available on Free People 

After wearing a lot black / dark outfits in the previous posts, here's one of my romantic boho looks again. I'm a huge fan of wearing cream and white tones together, especially when it comes to floral prints and lace. To be honest I was slightly inspired by an outfit which Misty Day was wearing in American Horror Story - Coven. I remember she wore a cream floral maxi dress (see it here) in combination with a tasseled lace scarf in white. It looked so stunning and from this time on I've loved that combo so much. Now talking about the look, it almost includes only pieces I received from NewDress. This cute playsuit got this cute bow detail in the front which makes it even more special looking. Furthermore my new kimono has become my favorite white kimono, it's so soft and can be also worn underneath leather jackets in autumn. You all know me and my kimono obsession, you can never have enough of them haha. It also got a nice length that goes perfectly with sleeveless dresses and playsuits! 

Hope you all had such a sunny, golden october weekend as I had! I've literally been soaking up the last sun rays before the grey, cold season starts. Winter comes too fast, it's only 2,5 months until it's christmas again. Damn, time flies!

Kisses xx

Friday, October 2, 2015

Outfit: Reach for the sky, Baby just spread your wings.

Paisley vintage shirt: ASOS || Ripped jeans: Pimkie || Necklaces: Spell Designs & Vanessa Mooney || Rings: Vintage

Here I'm wearing skinny jeans again, now they are officially needed again because the cold autumn breeze doesn't want to leave anymore. I got them a couple of weeks ago, because I loved the grey acid washed color together with some rips and biker inspired zipper details. Furthermore I finally found the perfect paisley shirt! I had wanted to have one in my closet for a very long time and searched for the right one in multiple secondhand and online shops until I found this beautiful one on ASOS a couple of weeks ago. Most of them were too thick, stiff or got strange color combinations, but this one is perfect. It goes with so many colors and clothes! I already wore it multiple times underneath my leather jackets. For the accessorizing I went for a western inspired combination of concho belt, turquoise jewellery and brown cowboy boots. 

Have an amazing Friday lovers!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Outfit: Put your faith in the moment.

Striped playsuit: Dressin || Embroidered velvet jacket: Zara || Silver & gold western belt: Vintage || Necklace: Topshop || Cowboy Boots: Gamloong 

For this Wednesday here's a boho chic outfit I really love. It's not only wearable at daytime, you can easily rock this combination at a night out, too. Probably my favorite kind of outfits for Fridays when you don't have time to change your clothes before heading to clubs, parties etc. When I saw this embroidered velvet jacket on the Zara website a couple of weeks ago it was love at first sight. It immediately reminded me of the vintage trophy jackets you can get at thrift stores, but way more beautiful. It's very 70s indian inspired and can be worn in so many different ways. It's also pretty cozy because of its velvet fabric! Boho trophy jackets are my favorites and I even wear them when I go to town and do some shopping. I usually go for a more casual combo like wearing it with some denim cut offs, skinny jeans and a band tee etc. Here I combined it with my striped playsuit I received from Dressin, I think it looks great with the golden/red embroidery without distracting attention away from the gorgeous jacket. I'm also wearing my latest secondhand find! It's my gold/silver studded western belt which was a real bargain. I was so happy when I found it, I had been searching for a golden/silver studded belt for a very long time, but couldn't find the perfect one in any stores. Then I found it in a second hand shop by chance, so good!

Love x

Monday, September 28, 2015

Outfit. Angel Springs.

Fringed shirt: Topshop || Destroyed shorts: Bershka (old - similar on Zalando) || Crochet dip-dye cardigan: Buckle || Cowboy Boots: Gamloong || Necklaces: Dixi & Claire's || Bracelets & rings: Vintage

When the weather's got too cold for kimonos I usually go for cozier cardigans instead which are the transeasonal kind of clothing like no other. I set my heart on this gorgeous duster cardigan because it's stunning warm orange/brown/red colors really resembles the colors of autumn and on top of that it's hippie perfection at its best thanks to the crochet details/inserts, hood and all-over print. The grey dip-dye makes it even more special! I've been into wearing brown/red/orange tones for a while, I remember it all started with suede. Especially those color shades flatter us dark haired girls in my opinion. :-) 
I didn't want to destroy that hippie vibe of the jacket, so I combined it with some classic blue  denim shorts with rips, cowboy boots and a printed tee I bought on Topshop's website a while ago. I love that it's looking like a shirt you bought directly from a cool vintage store! I wish there were more like those shirts available in highstreet shops, they're still pretty rare to find when you're just shopping in downtown. 

Have a successful new week! Peace. x