Friday, July 31, 2015

Outfit: Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll.

Denim jacket with patches and pins: DIY (Jacket: Topshop ; Pins & patches: eBay) || Lace satin top: H&M (old) || Crochet shorts: Style Moi Concho belt: Lovestrength || Cowboy Boots: Gamloong via Humanic

For this week's end here's one of my favorite outfits as of lately. Why? Because it includes my latest favorite jacket. I had planned a DIY patched denim jacket for such a long time before! Finally I found the time, a decent denim jacket AND the perfect patches + pins, so there was nothing standing in my way. To be honest it was hard work sewing all patches on the jacket, but it was so worth it. It's a mixture of biker/rocker/band symbols, simply all things I love & live for. For the back patch I chose Motley Crüe, one of my all time favorite rock bands, their music will never get boring. I also have some patches of Black Sabbath, Grateful Dead, Route 66, Jack Daniels and Harley Davidson. I was also lucky enough to catch some really beautiful and matching pins! One of them is an old vintage pin with a Harley Davidson logo and then there are also pins just as a cowboy skull, texas star and two old US army pins I got from my Mum. I'm going to upload a post including jacket photos only in the coming days, so you can see more details. :-)
I went for a black washed denim jacket which was originally from Topshop. The quality is amazing, almost like a very old vintage Levis jacket and its color is perfect. I didn't want to patch a blue denim jacket, because I think all those patches will get more attention and look more obvious on a dark background, right? Plus a black jacket always goes with everything. Here I decided to keep the rest of the outfit simpler and girlier. I'm wearing a light powder-colored shiny lingerie top from last year's H&M AW14 collection and some crochet shorts which are both a big contrast to the patched denim jacket. Both colors match so well. 

Have a beautiful summer weekend, lovers! 
Kisses x 

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Outfit: I'll never be your beast of burden.

Leopard print kimono: Newdress || Rolling stones tee: Forever 21 || Bandits shorts: One Teaspoon || Boots: Zara (old) || Necklaces: DixiVanessa Mooney

Last Sunday it was Mick Jagger's birthday, so here's (okay quite late) happy birthday from me! I bought this awesome tee on around two weeks ago, it wasn't only a bargain it's also very expensive and badass looking. It got perfect cut-out details (especially the back!) and is different to the usual band shirts. It looks almost like a customized / DIY top and you have no idea how thankful I am for less fabric in the summer heat (it also looks pretty nice. ;-D). The leopard kimono cardigan goes perfectly with the red Rolling stones print and so do my mid-washed blue denim shorts by One Teaspoon. For giving the outfit the finishing touch I'm wearing my cowboy booties with red/cream belts. I'm really loving this combo, I will probably wear it for so many times again in the future! It's definitely one of those looks which is completely "me"

Kisses xx

Monday, July 27, 2015

Outfit: Don't bow down when you could be rising up.

Fringed suede vest: Zara || Hamsa hand longsleeve shirt: Dresslink || Destroyed skinny jeans: Glamorous || Boots: Gamloong || Necklaces: Dixi ; Forever21 ; Mango 

Wearing some of my favorite skinny jeans again after a while, they got the perfect destroyed details! Destroyed skinnies will never get old and make every outfit look more Rock 'n' Roll what I love. The look is actually quite a simple and casual combo which I pimped up with a fringed vest and lots of jewelry. I really love the baseball long sleeve top from Dresslink, it got that gorgeous mandala indian inspired print with a huge hamsa symbol in the middle. I also layered some of my necklaces again, especially the tiger eye stone fits perfectly to the brown tone of the suede. Furthermore my beloved brown cowboy booties and my concho belt mustn't be missing of course. :-)

Have a successful new week, friends! xx

Friday, July 24, 2015

Outfit: Tryin' hard not to get into trouble, But I've got a war in my mind.

Tie Dyed elephant two-piece set: Dresslink || Fringed leather jacket: H&M (old) || Necklace: Topshop || Boots: Vagabond || Concho Belt: Lovestrength

"Don't break me down, I been traveling too long
I've been trying too hard with one pretty song,
I hear the birds on the summer breeze, I drive fast, I am alone at midnight.
Been tryin' hard not to get into trouble,But I, I've got a war in my mind."
- "Ride" - Lana Del Rey (Watched the video again after a long time, it always gets me. So much love for this song and artwork!)

This two-piece set is probably the cutest I've seen for a whole! It got that beautiful dark-blue tie-dyed pattern which kinda reminds me of the night sky plus an indian inspired elephant print and fringing. And the best thing about it is that it's actually a real bargain aswell. Two-pieces are the new alternative to playsuits or dresses this season which I love because they're not only very flattering to your body, they're also amazingly comfortable. I'm also wearing my typical throw-over jacket. yes it's probably my most worn jacket of all time, because it really does go with everything especially dresses or playsuits! It got the perfect length/fit. :-)

Wish you all a beautiful, relaxing weekend friends!
Love xx