Friday, March 20, 2015

Outfit: Live for the journey, not the destination.



Fringed leather jacket: Kate Moss for Topshop || Blouse & destroyed jeans: Zara || Western boots: Urban Outfitters || Necklaces: Mango

Yay I've been so excited to show you guys this outfit, because it includes my favorite key pieces for spring: Destroyed denim jeans, an indian gauze inspired blouse, my fringed leather jacket and western boots. That combo is perfect for german spring weather when it's getting warmer, but there's still a cold breeze. I'm pretty much into Zara's SS15 collection, maybe I'm even a bit obsessed with it haha. It's so good and it's so me, it's very 70s inspired and the collection is definitely affordable. You all know I usually wear denim shorts instead of jeans, because they're more comfortable and less ordinary. But when it comes to heavy destroyed denim, I can't resist jeans! I hadn't owned a destroyed jeans in blue wash before and I had always been searching for a perfect one until I found this beauty at Zara a couple of weeks ago. It got a typical cigarette fit which is almost skinny jeans - like but a bit more loose. Not as loose as boyfriend jeans are (I mean they look good, but I don't like them on me, because I prefer a tight fitting pair of jeans!). I wanted to create a more laid-back, casual but still edgy look, so I decided to wear my printed blouse and throw over my fringed leather jacket from the Kate Moss x Topshop 2014 collection. I love that leather jacket, because it looks different to the ones you usually see in stores and it's great for warmer weather or even summer, because it's airy. Furthermore the leather is soooo soft! 

Love xx











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