Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Outfit: Lost in a roman, wilderness of pain.

Chevron cardigan: Romwe || The Doors shirt: EMP || Fringe shorts: H&M || Platform boots: Vagabond || Kuchi necklace: Shop Dixi

I haven't posted a look with a cardigan for quite a while lately, so finally here's one of my cozy looks just right in time for the spring awakening. I got this comfy chevron cardigan from Romwe the other day, I liked its oversized fit at the first time I saw it - it's actually pretty vintage inspired, too. I guess here I went for a 70s boho/ 90s grunge mixture which I enjoy putting together!  I'm wearing one of my band tees from The Doors (one of my ALL time favorite bands!) and some fringed black jaquard shorts I got at H&M last year. I love wearing them with black printed tees and tights like I did here. This time I went for my fishnet tights again, because frankly the weather isn't as chilled cold as it was in the past month and they simply match the whole look. I picked my most colorful Kuchi tribal necklace which adds some popping highlight to the look and - of course - my beloved silver rings and tribal bracelets. 

Love x

Monday, March 28, 2016

Outfit: Break on through to the other side.

Faux fur vest: H&M || Floral vintage print dress: Zara || Platform boots: Vagabond || Necklace: Spell Designs || Double buckle belt: ASOS

Sometimes you find the perfect vintage looking dresses at high street fashion stores and when they are on sale it's even 100 times better - that happened to me when I found this amazing dress while shopping at Zara during the AW season sale time. It got that beautiful, bright floral print in warm orange- and mustard colors striking on the black ground. It looks like it would come straight from the 70s, it's simply fits perfectly to my wardrobe. It also got a nice skater-style fit, long-sleeves (I love long-sleeved dresses - I hardly wear strappy or t-shirt style ones - long sleeves are my favorites!) and a high neck which makes it even more looking like a vintage piece you had found in a thrift shop.
I combined it with my double buckled western belt which adds a nice silhouette to dresses and my brown faux fur vest I bought at H&M around 5 years ago - it's still a favorite layering piece. Vests always go with everything every time, they will make every outfit look more unique and on top of that they mostly keep you warm, too.

Have a great start of the new week! Peace. xx

Friday, March 25, 2016

Outfit: I Can't See Your Face In My Mind.

Crochet fringed jacket: Bershka || Paisley patchwork dress: Forever 21 || Buffalo skull necklace: Etsy || Drifter necklace: Vanessa Mooney || Hat: Zara || Gypsy Rocker boots: Spell Designs 

For this Friday I have a pretty californian boho inspired look prepared which includes one of my latest purchases: That awesome crochet fringed jacket. When you take a closer look, you can see it also got some beading which makes it even more perfect! That's the ideal jacket to throw over dresses in summer, because it's not only airy and lightweighted, it goes with every single sleeveless dress or top you own. Here I'm wearing it with a Forever 21 dress I actually have in my wardrobe for like 2-3 years, it got a cute paisley print and a flowy patchwork style with a bit of a lingerie vibe to it. Slip dresses are my favorite ones beside long-sleeved boho dresses! I'm really in the mood for hats lately and I got this awesome beige western hat two weeks ago. I already wore it a lot lately, to me it got the perfect size. I loved it so much that I got it in black, too! It has some coins and bands you can't see in these photos. Hats are just perfect for long travels and long days in general, so I'm 100% prepared for the long summer days to come! :-D

Peace x

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Outfit: Dreams of the past.

Paisley dress: Zara || Coin necklace: Urban Outfitters || Platform Boots: Vagabond

After a longer time here's a look with a dress again - it's been a while since the last "dress post" I think. This one isn't only the most vintage inspired dress I've ever owned, it was also a bargain. I caught it on sale for less than 10€! So I would have been stupid if I hadn't bought this little nice number. I really love its 60s vibes like the warm and earthy color tones, the puff sleeves aaaaaand that fabulous paisley print (I have a weakness for paisley prints anyways you probably already could imagine...). I wore it with my biggest statement coin necklace, lots of rings and some platform boots - there are no better boots for 60s/70s dresses to me.