Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Outfit: Laters, baby.


Boho blossom playsuit: Spell Designs || Belt: Miss Selfridge || Necklace: Vintage || Dioon Boots: Vagabond

I know the weather isn't very spring-like at all these days, but it can't take too long till we finally see flowers popping everywhere and feel the warm sun on our skin again - in the meantime I simply welcome spring with wearing a very festival inspired, flower power outfit. To be honest I hadn't owned anything in yellow before, because I've never been into that color so much that I needed it. But when I saw this beautiful playsuit by my favorite brand Spell Designs I knew it should be mine. It's beautiful print and colors (especially on the front in the button area!) immediately caught my attention. Even though I own quite a few of their playsuits, I can never get enough of them. They aren't too tight or too baggy and they're so comfortable. I always love to wear them with this belt I got a couple of years ago.




















Monday, February 23, 2015

Outfit: City of angels.


Velvet fringed kimono: Zara || Bandit shorts: One Teaspoon via Shopbop || Hollywood top: Primark || Necklace: Urban Outfitters || "Darcie"Boots: Dr. Martens 

Here I'm wearing my velvet kimono I bought a couple of weeks ago when there was a huge sale going on at Zara. I got it for 70% off and it was a real bargain. The fringing and the burnout fabric are so beautiful. I'm wearing my favorite combo under it again - printed tee + my denim shorts. I decided to keep it in more light colors due to the fact the kimono is already quite dark and I wanted to wear a more fresh and spring-like combo. I had been searching for a LA printed top for ages, then I found this nice one last summer when I was shopping at Primark. It was around 4-5$, Primark always has such crazy prices! My One Teaspoon shorts are on the more expensive side, but they have the most beautiful wash and best quality. They're also so comfortable, I really can't wait for summer to finally come. I hadn't been wearing my high heeled docs in outfit posts for quite a long time, they're actually one of my favorite pairs of shoes. They're so comfortable and you can walk in them the whole day without getting tired legs or feed. 
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I hope you all had an awesome weekend, mine was pretty chill and I spend the whole Sunday watching Pretty Little Liars, Ghost Adventures and I also continued reading Fifty Shades Of Grey (I'm currently reading the second book, I love it so much! The Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy contains the best books I've ever read in my entire life!  Hopefully I'll manage to see the movie this week).
Tomorrow is my birthday, then I'm 19 years old. Damn, time flies. 









Friday, February 20, 2015

Outfit: Crazy In Love.



Shaggy jacket: Zara || Velvet crop top: Urban Outfitters || Necklaces: Mango || Buttoned Shorts: Romwe || Boots: Vagabond

It's Friday, finally weekend and here's my look for friday night. It's definitely a mixture of boho and grunge what I always love to wear. Isn't that jacket beautiful? I bought it at Zara a couple of weeks ago and it's the perfect spring jacket. I love its white, slightly creamy color and fabric! It's very cozy and I love the fact it doesn't shed at all like so many other shaggy jackets do terribly. I finally found the perfect one! I wear it with my beautiful tie-dyed velvet crop top from Urban Outfitters and black denim cut offs. Crop tops and shaggy jackets look so good together and I also enjoy mixing up different fabrics and textures. Furthermore you can see my two new necklaces I bought at Mango the other day, they're so beautiful and tribal jewelry inspired! These two are made for wearing them together, they fit so well! Especially when wearing coats or jackets and a top/dress without print, layered necklaces are always the best choice and highlight every outfit. 

Happy Friday, guys! Love xx












Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Outfit: Route 66.


Tribal printed cardigan & necklaces: Urban Outfitters || Route 66 tee: Prince Peter || Bandits shorts: One Teaspoon || Boots: Gamloong 

What does come to your mind when you hear about an oversized and cozy cardigan? Right, the most comfortable jacket ever. To be honest I don't own as many cardigans as for example kimono jackets, because most of them look kinda boring or basic and you always think "well, I already have one similar to this one hanging in my wardrobe". Seeing this one on Urban Outfitters website was love at first sight. It's not only because I enjoy wearing oversized cardigans, I also love it's beautiful tribal and ethnic inspired print as well as the fact it's black which means it goes almost with everything. I love its blazer inspired front which definitely perfects the oversized fit. 
I didn't want the outfit be too dark, so I decided to choose a cropped biker tee in grey (is there any outfit  existing which is more suitable for a road trip? :D)  and my new favorite denim shorts in a light wash by One Teaspoon (they make the best ones, trust me. the quality is amazing and according to what I've heard the denim lasts years and years..) and my beloved cowboy boots. 
I guess now I'm even more longing for a road trip within the US and especially on the west coast! One day this dream will hopefully come true and I can imagine how beautifully free you must feel to see such awesome landscapes. 

Peace. xx













Monday, February 16, 2015

Outfit: We can be heroes just for one day.


Asymmetrical shorts: Banggood || Sparkle mesh crop top & strappy bralet: Urban Outfitters || Concho belt: Vintage via eBay || Boots: Vagabond || Necklace: Dixi

Here I'm mixing up some 90s, 70s and modern influences in this outfit today. Even though it's probably a more "modern grunge" inspired combo, I tried to bring in some western vibes while wearing my beloved concho belt (I always love this one together with high waist shorts/skirts or dresses!) and tribal rings. I've already seen some bloggers wearing those asymmetrical skorts with blazers and blouses, but I decided to go for the more grungy way. Those shorts are definitely something you don't see every day what I love. I bought this super cute sparkly mesh top when it was on sale at Urban Outfitters, it's from their Vintage 'Urban Renewal' line, it's made of vintage fabrics. I love the fact it's sheer, so you can wear some cute strappy bra lets or bustier tops underneath! Crop tops can be worn in so many different ways and they're true eye-catchers in summer or in spring underneath jackets and coats.