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

Friday, September 25, 2015

Outfit: Ask no questions and you'll get no lies.

Kiss the sky tassel kimono: Spell Designs || Oversized Danzig band tee Crochet shorts (almost invisible): H&M || Necklaces: Spell Designs & Shop Sparrow || Buckle biker boots: Sacha (old)

Unfortunately it's already been too cold for wearing those kinds of outfits here in Germany and I had to added a leather jacket + some tights when I went to downtown after taking the photos. The outfit could be the last festival look for this year, but it's a favorite one! Here I'm wearing my newest kimono which is created by my favorite brand Spell Designs. Every print made by the Spell girls is magical and stunning - my collection will never stop growing. This fringed kimono is in the top 3 of my all time favorite kimonos already, I love the colors used in this print aswell as the psychedelic mandala/indian print. It couldn't get any better! I decided to keep the rest of the outfit simple, so I combined it with an oversized band tee, some crochet shorts (you can hardly see them) and biker boots. I also dis some necklace layering and ring stacking which I usually do every day. I have to face the fact that I'm probably addicted to wearing loads of rings every day haha - I especially set my heart on navajo and indian silver rings! It's pretty obvious, isn't it? :D

... Now I've been missing summer already! I wasn't able to travel to the seaside this year again. It's been quite a long time since I did long beach walks, smelled the fresh air from the sea and had salt in my hair. This outfit would be one of those I'd wear for beach walks. There's nothing better than a flowing kimono in the wind! 

Have an amazing Friday, friends! xx

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Outfit: Sometimes the people who are thousands of miles away from you, can make you feel better than those right beside you.

Paisley dress: Sheinside || Fringed & studded waistcoat in suede: ASOS || Cowboy boots: Zara  || Necklaces: Topshop & Vintage || Western belt: very old Miss Selfridge - similar on ASOS

There's no other print existing which looks as 60s/70s as the paisley print does. And to be honest it's my favorite one besides several other indian gauze/boho prints. This gorgeous dress I received from Sheinside really does remind of the dresses which were originally made and worn back in the 70s. It got those cute balloon sleeves, high neck and an open back which you can't see here because of the covering vest. Even the colors used in this print are typical 70s, it looks like it would come directly from an awesome vintage store! I didn't want to destroy that impression, so I kept the outfit very 70s in general. I combined it with some bronze/golden necklaces, cowboy boots, western belts and one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe: This studded vest. No matter what you're wearing underneath this beauty, it always makes every look exciting and outstanding. Those of you who regularly follow my outfits know that I've already worn it a couple of times in posts before. Vests literally go with everything! I think especially when they were thrown over dresses they shed radiance. This one found the way directly to my heart because it got that awesome twist of Rock 'n' Roll and boho. The studs match perfectly with the fringing and suede fabric. This won't be the last time you see me wearing it for sure. :-) 

Love x