Showing posts with label TK Max Bielefeld. Show all posts
Showing posts with label TK Max Bielefeld. Show all posts

Sunday, November 24, 2013

British Chic

Cape: TK Maxx Bielefeld; turtle neck: Zara; skirt: Zara, Boots: Görtz; Bag: Vintage

Since I got that grey cape, it was on heavy rotation, last seen here. It's the perfect piece for those transitional seasons to layer any of my looks and to dress them up. That checked skirt does contribute to a british appearance, doesn't it? I purchased it years ago and it's def one of my winter skirts to go, last seen here

If you wonder why my head is cut off in most the of pics, my mom took over as a photographer while we were running errands and she is so super up to date when it comes to technology. She mastered it perfectly to focus the DSL camera on the clothes, not so much on other things, but who cares right, it's a fashion blog and readers don't wanna see my HEAD. Thanks mom you did so good and I love you anyways!

Don’t forget to join our next TrendSetters challenge  “Statement Necklace”, so save the date – December 1st, style the look (it has to be a new post) and join the challenge!!! Next Monday you ‘ll see the illustration of one of the challenge participant that Elena just painted.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

snuggled up in cognac

 Knit Cardigan: Marshalls; Top: Hallhuber; Scarf: Zara; Jeans and Boots: H&M; Hat: TK Maxx, Belt: C&A

A comfy long knit cardigan is such a fall staple to keep warm and do some layering. Neutrals belong to my fall wardrobe as amen in the church. I was playing with different brown hues and added my white destroyed jeans to add some crispness. The burgundy lipstick isthe ideal accessory for some splash of color. I tend to wear that lipcolor alot around that season

Have a great start in the week!
NOTE: Don't forget to join our link up on statement necklaces on December 1st. I will do a give away on a beautiful necklace.

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dc in style
style elixir
still being molly
not dead yet style
watch out for the woestmans

Monday, October 14, 2013

Grunge look + new hair cut

Skirt: H&M; Vest + Boots: Marshalls; checked Shirt: TK Maxx Bielefeld; Jacket: Orsay
Once in a while I need some changes. Last year I colored my hair Brown, see here, this time I went for a bob. I actually wanted to have a long sleek bob like Gwyneth Paltrow but my hair was so strongly layered in the front part, that it needs to grow into that length. Yeah it's different, I need to get used to it but what I am already loving is the quick hair wash and blow dry :-)
Another unexpected hing is this grungy look I am wearing today. Usually I tend to grab for more classic chic pieces just because of my professional background. Fashion is all about playing around with different styles and getting out of your comfort Zone, so I jumped on the plaid grungy wagon, a huge trend right now. I had all those pieces in my closet already.
 A look wouldn't be pinkish without mesh tights and fishnet gloves/gauntlets. As I don't wear those gloves in my every day life, I did a spontaneous diy project by transforming my fishnet leggings into those gauntlets by just tearing a whole in the "between leg area". Et voila, a checked grunge look was born. My favourite Marshalls vest kept me warm and added preppiness to this street style look.

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