Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Outfit: Whiskey in the jar

Sweater: H&M ~ High waist faux suede skirt: Wholesale7 ~ Tassled bag: Sammydress ~ Boots: swapped

Heeeey adventurers!
Hope you had an amazing Christmas :) I sure did enjoying every minute of spending some quiet days with my family at home and in a spa. Now that I'm back home it's time for my last outfit post this year. It's been one of my fav outfits during the past couple of weeks. As the time before Christmas was super stressful and I was basically running from one appointment to the next I needed something comfy yet stylish that would fit many different occasions like dinner with my parents or the Christmas party at uni. These items never let me down. I bought the light brown knit sweater a couple of years ago at H&M and it's one of the basics in my wardrobe I can always rely on. Now the black faux suede skirt is new and it has quickly become one of my favourites. The material is so soft and looks a lot more expensive than it is. It also matches almost any top so the possibilities to wear it are pretty much infinite. It goes especially well with the tight, short sweaters and turtleneck tops you can find everywhere in the stores right now. The material inspired me to create this western inspired look pairing it with this brand new fringe bag. Sammydress absolutely killed it with this tassled eye-catcher that spices up just about any outfit and makes you dream of the wild wild west. It's the perfect size to wear it to parties and concerts and all sorts of events where a huge bag would just be in the way. Absolutely can't wait for it to be my companion on many many days to come - especially during the BBQ and festival season :) Seems like it was simply made for that purpose!

Alrighty guys, I guess that's it for 2015. I really hope you had a great year :) I definitely did as I got to travel to fantastic places and I met fantastic people and made lots of precious experiences and memories. What are your New Year's resolutions? I definitely want to go to the Far South again for a semester (finally, I've been planning this for 3 years now) but apart from that I'll just let 2016 surprise me ;)

Take care everyone!


Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Outfit: Winter solstice

Asymmetric blouse: Wholesale7 ~ Belt: vintage ~ Pendulum necklace: Regalrose ~ Platform boots: Vagabond ~ Spider earring (see detail shot below!): Sammydress

Oh, wow. I'm sitting on my parents' couch in the coziest loungewear with a cup of tea and a slice of cake. FINALLY. The time before Christmas is always the most stressful and it feels like we have to earn the peace and quiet of the last week of the year first. I actually shot 4 outfits I wore recently but didn't even get around to uploading them. So there will be some newness - stay tuned :3
Let's start out with this asymmetric blouse/dress from Wholesale7. I'm absolutely in love with the black top & white collar combo and I own several other pieces combining these two elements. I like how it looks a bit formal, a bit innocent and a bit witchy. This mix of styles makes this blouse a very versatile item that could be worn to a job interview as well as to a gothic themed party. The blouse is just a little too short to be worn as a dress but in cases like this I usually just wear a plain black skirt or pair of shorts underneath to make sure nobody can see anything they're not supposed to see :D
My black and white Vagabond platforms were the obvious perfect match for the blouse. Also, I'm a huge fan of pairing this kind of top with fishnet tights as they spice up the rather conservative look. I also added another awesome witchy detail:

Spider earring: Sammydress

When I found this cute spider earring on Sammydress' website I just had to get it :D It's awesome for that little shock moment as it really looks like a spider crawling through your ear :D It adds even more witchy vibes to the look.

As for the title of this look - finally the days are getting longer again. Shooting looks always becomes quite a bit of a challenge in winter with so little daylight. I miss the endless hot summer days when I could still go out and take photos at 9 pm. But yeah... CHRISTMAS! :D
Alright everyone, enjoy this very special time of the year and have some great/fun/quiet days with your loved ones. What are your plans for Christmas? As every year I'll spend a couple of days in a spa with my family between Christmas and NYE. So watch my Instagram for all the holiday snapshots :)



Monday, 14 December 2015

Outfit: We fade to grey

Jumpsuit: Dresslink ~ Cardigan: Dressin ~ Leaf belt: Dresslink ~ Choker: Dresslink ~ Necklace: Regalrose ~ Platforms: Demonia

Hey everyone!
Starting the week with a brand new outfit featuring this jumpsuit with one of my all time fav patterns. From my plates to my bed linen so so many things I own have this baroqueish floral pattern. So when I spotted this jumpsuit I thought... heyyy it's calling my name :D Some of you might remember me talking about my ambivalent relationship with jumpsuits earlier this year :D As you can see I still keep collecting them and still whenever I go to the bathroom at a restaurant people think I died there because it takes me ages to take off EVERYTHING and put it back on again because... jumpsuit. And still jumpsuits are one of my fav pieces of clothing because, just like dresses, they are almost a whole outfit just by themselves. With a jacket and a belt on top you always look so put together. Speaking of belts - isn't this leaf belt a total babe? I'm picky when it comes to belts so I really don't have that many. I was so happy when I found this one as I'm a total fan of the design and the best part about it is that it's stretchy. I absolutely love belts that adjust to my waist no matter if I'm wearing a light crop top or a bulky sweater. I'm so gonna wear this one over and over again! The cardigan is also new and very awesome. When I unpacked it I didn't even know what it was at first - and I think there are at least four different ways to turn it upside down and inside out to wear it :D I hope I got it right though - at least I like it this way :D It's one of those super trusty items that you can just throw on at any time and that'll match almost any outfit. Still it's not your regular cardigan that you'll see every day so thumbs up for this very versatile yet eye-catching piece!
I paired my new acquisitions with my beloved Demonia platforms, my choker that I'm wearing A LOT and some of my fav necklaces.

Still not really getting in the mood for Christmas... how about you guys?


Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Outfit: Last night I sang to the monster

Boho blouse: Dresslink ~ Coin necklace: Wholesalebuying ~ Faux leather pants: Coolcat ~ Faux fur jacket: Dresslink

This is more of a late-autumn outfit than a Christmas-y outfit because that's what the weather is currently like here. It was actually quite warm (up to 14° C) during the last couple of days and got a little colder now but we're still far from a white Christmas. Late autumn is just the right time to pair some Boho vibes with some warm faux fur. I already showed you my new faux fur jacket in my last post and it's my everyday companion at the moment due to its coziness and fluffy fabric. When I got the blouse I wasn't sure whether to be happy or sad about it. It is super gorgeous and comfy and has a beautiful colourful boho print. But it's such a summer item. It instantly made me dream of summer nights by the campfire again and those thoughts tend to tear me apart a bit :D I thought "f... it" though and created this outfit adding another very boho inspired item - the coin necklace. I never had a necklace like this one before so when I saw it on the website I just went for it and I'm already in love :) You already know the pants - they're my favs from Coolcat and I will wear them forever and a day. Absolutely can't wait to go back to that store in Amsterdam *.*

What are you guys up to during this very special time before Christmas? Surprisingly enough I'm actually studying kind of hard at the moment but there are also so so many events coming up like uni parties, Christmas parties and a vintage market next week. So excited (:


Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Outfit: Dipped in venom

Snake dress: Oshun Attire ~ Faux fur jacket: Dresslink ~ Platforms boots: Salt & Pepper

Hi everybody!
December is really the worst time for fashion bloggers with only a couple of hours of daylight to shoot looks and heaps of rain and snow that often make it close to impossible to leave the house in clothes that look somewhat decent :D I made it though! So I can finally show you this absolutely gorgeous snake dress from Oshun Attire. They're a fashion brand from Pakistan and I instantly fell in love with their concept the first time I came across their website. They put so much love and effort into making their products like embellishing them by hand etc. So for this look I'm wearing this stunning light dress with a super cute stitched snake detail (for detail picture see below). Of course it's too cold for wearing just the dress at the moment so I paired it with a short faux fur jacket. I wanted one for a very long time and I'm so glad it arrived just in time for winter. I'll have lots of visits to the theatre and opera coming up during the next couple of months and those two are sure gonna be my trusty companions :) They're a great combo for all those occasions when I wanna be warm outdoors but all festive indoors :)

I got heaps of new stuff this week - stay tuned guys :)


Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Outfit: Can't blame gravity

Aztec print jumper: Wholesalebuying ~ Shorts: StyleMoi ~ Choker: Dresslink ~ Platforms heels: Salt & Pepper

...and suddenly... SNOW. You can't see it in this picture as it was taken in the city center but those of you who follow my Instagram maybe saw what the world currently looks like around my parents' house :D So it's definitely time for some warm sweaters again. I got this one just in time for the beginning of winter and I absolutely love its' loose fit and abstract black and white aztec print. The pattern adds an interesting eye catcher to every look but still doesn't scream for attention due to its' neutral colours. It's one of those items that I'll wear over and over as it matches everything without looking too plain or boring. One of my current everyday favs is this sweater + my faux leather pants.
And then... the shorts. I wanted these shorts for AGES (I mean ages!). Then I got them. I was so excited when they arrived and so disappointed because they really didn't fit AT ALL. Caution! Rant about absurd sizing ahead... Don't get me wrong. I love StyleMoi - they have amazing stuff. I also love these shorts to bits. But I have no clue what went wrong with their sizing.. As I would consider myself to be... well... in good shape I ordered a size Small. That's also what their sizing table recommends for my height and weight. ... ... Only one of my legs fit in there. I'm not even kidding, these shorts would've fit a 4-year-old. As I love food too much to have the weight of a 4-year-old I asked my mum to alter them for me. She added about 5 cm (2 inches) on each side (!!!) and now they're perfection. I mean seriously, look at them. They're my fav shorts of all time. It was a long way to go though. TLDR: If you'd like to get these babies, order 2 sizes larger than usual. Ignore the sizing table by all means.

Did you guys have an absurd sizing experience? Or did you get these shorts and they actually fit?


Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Outfit: You taught me everything I know

See-through bat wing top: Wholesalebuying ~ Tassled shorts: Boohoo ~ Bag: Estarer ~ Triangle necklace: PSAPPA ~ Leaf necklace: H&M ~ Boots: swapped

Hey adventurers!
So glad I'm actually getting this post up today! There's a lot of newness this week - every single item in the mail was a total knockout :3 I got this awesome black see-through bat wing top from Wholesalebuying and it's so gorgeous and impressive. I could instantly think of a hundred different ways to wear this all year round! It's one of those items that make me wonder - why didn't I get this earlier? It can easily be dressed up or down so it's also gonna be a hot candidate for a Christmas outfit. The tassled shorts were love at first sight over at Boohoo. They have fantastic stuff anyway and these babies just jumped right into my shopping cart... They fit in perfectly with the current fringe and 70s trend and are an eyecatcher without stealing too much attention from other items. And they're SO comfy and soft! And then of course... Estarer. I already have several Estarer bags (you can see them here and here) and they never disappoint me. Their items are amazing quality and always make me dream of outdoor adventures <3 I love the asymmetric shape of this bag, still nothing can fall out as there's an additional hidden zipper :) Good job, Estarer! Now the leaf neacklace is a very old piece from H&M (at least 6 years or something) while the triangle necklace is from the lovely little Etsy shop PSAPPA I told you about in this post.
I really felt like creating another black and brown look, simply to convince myself once and for all that this combo DOES work :D What do you think?

What else is new? Well, I'm going to delete my private Facebook account tomorrow. Don't worry, the official page will still be there and will still be updated as usual. But Facebook has really gone one step too far by starting to force people to send in private documents to "verify their identity". It already happened to several friends of mine, so I wasn't surprised when I got the message. I decided to try living without it now, really wondering what it'll be like. I'm really sick of them harvesting my data as if there was no right to a certain degree of privacy (especially for people who have a website or something like me). Well, real life here I come!


Saturday, 14 November 2015

Newness: Ethnic print flares

Ethnic print flares: YOINS ~ Fringe jacket: Topshop ~ Platforms: Vagabond

Hey everyone!

It was a bit of a challenge to get this post up. I got these awesome ethnic print flares from YOINS recently that I wanted to show you. They feel like they hug your body and they also have the perfect length for me :) Colourful prints are a bit hard to pair with other items though as they don't tolarate any rivaling patterns. So whenever I wear something really bright and colourful I'll usually go for an all-black outfit to give it room to shine. This time I chose some of my all-time favs like my beloved fringe jacket and my Vagabond platforms. So coming up with some good matches for these gorgeous flares was already a bit of a challenge but shooting the outfit somehow didn't work this time. Don't know what went wrong but there were only a couple of pictures I really liked. It was Friday the 13th after all :D
I'm already looking forward to showing you an outfit with my newest acquisition from Estarer early next week :3 Stay tuned!

What are your thoughts on colourful patterns? Would you wear them and what would you pair them with?


Monday, 9 November 2015

Adventure: Vineyards and foggy woods

Last weekend I went on a full-day hike with my parents through some beautiful autumn scenery. In the morning when we started walking the hilltops were still covered in fog. I absolutely love this weather as the blue-greyish background brings out the orange and yellow colour of the leaves a lot more. Although the sun wasn't shining the temparature was far too high for November in Germany (about 21 °C) so we were kind of confused about how to dress.
We walked up the hill through the beautiful yellow vineyards into the misty woods. Up there we walked around a small lake with an island in the middle which was actually an overgrown Celtic tower foundation. I love imagining how Celtic warriors built their strongholds millennia ago in the place where I am standing in this very moment.
The path led us through a forest that is used as a cemetery. Don't know what it's like where you live but here it becomes more and more popular to get buried beneath a tree with nobody but nature taking care of and decorating your grave. I'm not even sure if there is a word for such a place in English but in German we call it a Peace Wood. I absolutely love the name as well as the idea of returning to nature in such a graceful and simple way.
We crossed an old baroque garden with its strictly symmetric shape that looked like it was slowly being conquered back by nature. After some tea and cake we started downhill again through the vineyards watching a spectacular sunset. We ended the evening at a great restaurant with dinner and some glasses of delicious wine from the vineyards we had been walking through all day.

Sunday, 8 November 2015

Outfit: Name the place, I'll be there

Ethno print crop top: DealSale (App) Item no SV019583 ~ Faux leather pants: Coolcat ~ Fringe jacket: Topshop ~ Platforms: Salt & Pepper

Helllloooo fellow adventurers!
I'm really glad I can type this instead of talking to you guys because in fact you would hear... nothing. After a friend infected me with a cough (well, thanks a lot, Frank!) I completely lost my voice yesterday which makes it rather hard to communicate with other humans :D Gladly there are only few activities on my schedule this weekend that require a voice. I spent quite some time drawing on a tablet to finish the artwork for a computer game we're currently developing as a uni project. Drawing while having a cup of hot tea and listening to the audiobooks of my childhood reminded me so much of the early and mid-90s and made me feel super nostalgic and awesome - I really enjoyed it :) Yesterday I went on a full-day hike with my parents - there will be a post about it as I captured some beautiful scenery with my camera :)
Alright, now let's talk about this outfit. This colourful crop top is actually part of a set and came with shorts with the same print. I thought it would also go nicely with an all-black look though so I decided to split the two pieces up. It adds a little pop of colour to the look and the ethno print + faux leather combo creates quite a nice contrast as this probably wouldn't be the first combo that comes to mind when getting dressed. Now these pants are definitely my fav pants at the moment. I wanted to get faux leather pants for a long time and tried on a pair at H&M which didn't fit at all. I discovered these beauties at Coolcat in Amsterdam and it was love at first sight. I found quite a few other items there and it's a shame that they neither have stores in nor ship to Germany :( I was very surprised when I tried them on and at first I thought I had accidentially stumpled into the pregnancy section. I fit into the smallest size (that almost NEVER happens due to the very ridiculous sizing in many shops) and there was still room for food. I can actually eat food while wearing these pants. I know it's sad that I have to point this out as an outstanding feature but yeah... Coolcat got a massive thumbs up from me for their very realistic and ego-friendly sizing.
I chose my faux suede fringe jacket for this outfit for two reasons. Firstly, faux leather on faux leather often looks a little too much like motorcycle gear and secondly, the fringing goes so well with the ethno print of the crop top.

Alrighty, that's it for today lovelies! Hope you're having a fab weekend and don't forget to come back tomorrow! :3


Monday, 2 November 2015

Outfit: Clean slate

Tassled skirt: DealSale (App) Item no: CB035055 ~ Blouse: H&M ~ Faux leather jacket: H&M ~ Shoes: Salt & Pepper ~ Belt: vintage

Hey lovelies!
Hope you all had a fab Halloween :) I sure did hanging out with some of my very best friends enjoying some delicious burgers, attending a night market and ending the night at the movies :) After 4 days packed with fun and excitement (uni party, exhibition, party at a metal club, Halloween, my aunt's birthday...) it's time for some quiet and some outfit posts again :D I'm just really in the mood to go out there and do stuff at the moment as I feel nothing could ever kill my vibe :3
Alrighty, today's outfit is something I've been wearing a lot recently in different variations. When I created this outfit I stood in front of the mirror and thought... "Hey, maybe... I could do adult?". And maybe I can. With the B/W and the blouse the outfit looks kind of clean and grown-up and then again I couldn't resist adding some fun elements like the tassled skirt, the vintage belt and the distressed tights. That's probably as minimalist as a look created by me can ever get. I like its simplicity and still it's not boring. The whole outfit fits my current state of mind as I never before felt so... free and as if everything was simple and easy and made perfect sense. As if I'm calm and content on the outside while there's something huge and amazing going on within me <3

Have an amazing week adventurers!
Which version of the outfit do you like better? The one with or without the jacket?


Monday, 26 October 2015

Outfit: Pleasures remain, so does the pain

Headband: YOINS ~ Fringed top: DealSale (App) Item no: SV020223_B ~ Red velvet skirt: DIY, similar here ~ Socks: Topshop ~ Platforms: Vagabond

OMG she's not wearing a hat! :D Only few people know that I actually love headbands (except for the fact that my many ear piercings might get caught in them) because my ears start hurting pretty quickly in cold weather. So I got this lovely red one from YOINS and I'm already looking forward to the snug feeling around my ears in winter *.* It perfectly matches the red velvet skirt I sewed myself two years ago. It's one of my favourite items for the cooler season because it looks so festive and goes well with other winter materials like knitwear. Sewing velvet is a pain in the ass but it was worth it as the skirt is one of those timeless pieces that are gonna stay in my wardrobe for ages and ages. And then of course: fringing! There is simply no way around it this season. So I got this beautiful fringed knit top from DealSale. Now DealSale isn't an actual online shop but an app (available for Android and iOS). At first I was really sceptical about shopping via an app but eventually I kind of liked turning off the computer and the lights and just lying in bed shopping on the phone :D The material of this top is really soft and it's an item that goes with just about anything while adding an interesting element through the fringe detail. The days are getting warmer again (I actually knew this would be happening as Halloween has always been a lovely, warm, sunny day here :D) so I enjoy being able to rock all those cute autumn looks before faux fur coat time starts once again.

What are you guys up to this week? There's so much going on here at the moment -  I was lucky enough to get free tickets to a huge trade fair in Nuremberg about food, living, pets, art etc and that's where I'm totally gonna spend my day tomorrow. Then there will be uni parties and medieval costume parties and of course Halloween and an exciting mystery project I'm currently working on in cooperation with - stay tuned!


Friday, 23 October 2015

Outfit: My sign is vital, my hands are cold

Faux suede fringe jacket: Topshop ~ Pants (!): YOINS ~ Turtleneck top: Orsay (old!) ~ Belt: vintage

Heeeello wonderful people!
Quite a stressful week but here I am with a new outfit post :) In my last post I already introduced you to this fantastic fringe jacket and I really wanted you to see it "in action" :D I wore this outfit to the movies recently and what I love about it is that it's kind of minimalistic and then again it isn't. I often said that I'm not really into the minimalism trend (when it comes to fashion) and that's still true - I like the clean look of these outfits but I still crave something interesting and maybe even a bit imperfect. The little extra twist. So although this look is all black and has a somewhat clean silhouette to it the fringed jacket and the vintage belt add some spice to it.
Now for the pants... yes, those are actually pants. The last time I owned pants like these was probably 15 years ago if I remember correctly. So with all the 90s and 2000s stuff returning I thought it was about time to give them some attention again as well. They're obviously extremely comfy and flowy but they're also a real eye-catcher. Although they're just plain black they get you all the stares because people are like "What's that? Pants? A skirt? A dress? Oh nooo, she already noticed that I'm staring!" :D They're also the perfect item for a day when you're really not sure whether you're in the mood for pants or a skirt or a dress but actually wanna stay in your pyjamas. We all have these days, admit it. The best thing about them though is that they're one of the very few items that are comfy and elegant at the same time. With a classy blouse and some heels I would actually even wear them to the theatre. Thumbs up for versatility!

What's your opinion? Would you wear super wide cut pants? What would you pair them with?

Have a fantastic weekend!


Thursday, 22 October 2015

Newness: Faux Suede Fringe Jacket

Hey adventurers!

Today I wanna show you one of my latest acquisitions because I'm super excited about it! Usually most of my clothes are either impulse buys or "Oh, I need a new (insert item) - go ahead shops, inspire me!" purchases. But every now and then I have a specific item on my mind that I would like to get and I don't quite like this because the chance of being disappointed is high. I might find something similar but the exact item in my head is really just that - in my head.
So with the current fringe trend going on this jacket just suddenly appeared on my mind. And there it was. I like shorter biker style jackets so that's what it had to look like. As I already have a faux leather jacket this time it had to be faux suede. As faux suede often looks cheap though it needed to be really good looking high quality faux suede that looks like real suede. (While wearing real leather is usually a no-no for vegans it's often a bit of a conflicting topic for vegetarians like myself... If there's a good way to avoid real leather I'll go for it.) So faux suede it was and it had to be fringed like a real cowboy jacket. Fringed front, fringed back, fringed sleeves - fringed everything! And because this is me of course it had to be black. Yep. I started searching the entire internet (I'm serious.) but there was no jacket that looked like the one I dreamed of. I kept searching for weeks, kept googleing and polyvoreing but to no avail.
And then suddenly... Topshop. They absolutely killed it with this beauty. I ordered it right away without hesitation and it arrived only 4 short days later. It runs very true to size (I ordered a UK 8) so I am absolutely happy and content with this purchase :) It will be my companion on many autumn adventures for sure! Come back tomorrow for an outfit post featuring this jacket!

What do you guys think of the suede and fringe trend this season? Did you already get some items or is it something you can't warm toward?


Sunday, 18 October 2015

Challenge: Style Reinvention

Notice anything odd about this outfit? No? Well, what if I told you that the entire outfit actually consists of menswear?
I'm not kidding you. When Farfetch invited me to take part in their Style Reinvention challenge I was absolutely thrilled. The task: create a girl's outfit. The twist: I was only allowed to use items from the menswear section except for one single womenswear item. This is the result. Except for the shoes, my one single womenswear item, everything you see is actually menswear.
At first I wasn't quite sure how to start. Boyfriend jeans probably would've been the obvious choice for such a challenge but I generally don't feel like going with the obvious. So I decided to simply create an outfit I would love to wear myself on one of October's foggy days.
As per usual my base colour is black as it's versatile and classy and I decided to add some autumn-y berry tones. A fluffy sweater to wrap up in is definitely one of my fall must-haves. The asymmetric coat was love at first sight - I would totally get it if I were rich and famous :D Instead of a necklace I decided to add a scarf that matches the jumper. I followed through with the colour theme in the clutch, watch and statement ring. Then I added a studded belt and studded bracelet for a little contrast to tone down the pink fluffiness a bit. And then of course my signature piece - the fedora hat. No autumn outfit is complete without it <3
When I chose my one single womenswear item I decided to go with these badass metal tip boots as heels are the little something that adds instant femininity to ANY outfit. In this case it wouldn't even have been necessary though as the whole outfit is totally ready to be pulled off by a girl already.
The outfit was not only fun to create, it also made me question what makes an outfit appear feminine or masculine. Is it the colours? The cuts? The material? The number of accessories? I'm really in the mood for browsing the menswear section at my favourite shops now in search for gems I might have never noticed before :)

So, what do you think? Who of you would wear this, ladies? Would you have noticed it's not actually a girl's outfit? Let me know! :)


Full list of items:
(pages might be in German, then just adjust the language)

Asymmetric coat

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Outfit: Burning bridges, burning witches

Black studded shorts: CNDirect ~ Harley Davidson top: HD Store Wauwatosa (old) ~ Fluffy cardigan: JOVI ~ Platform sandals: Deichmann ~ Crescent moon choker: TwirlyTrinkets

I found a very long, heavy, cozy cardigan at H&M last year and totally regretted not getting it. So this year I was looking for a similar one and found this beauty at a local store. As the weather's getting colder I'm totally looking for cozy knitwear / sweaters / cardigans / ponchos to wrap up in so I needed to get it and I'm super happy about it. It allows me to still wear my summer tops underneath without getting cold. I paired it with some studded distressed shorts which are extremely comfy and soft. They're also so versatile and go with almost any outfit due to their colour. As you know I rarely wear regular long pants, even in winter, so shorts are the more extraordinary alternative that can be super warm if worn with warm tights, socks, overknees etc. Now the top has been in my wardrobe for a very long time and it means a lot to me. I got it at the Harley Davidson factory in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin in 2007. It has a studded collar and a gorgeous eagle print and is of amazing quality <3
As for the title of this post - quite a few things changed for me this week. I quit my job for various reasons and everything feels like I'm making kind of a fresh start at the moment in several areas of my life. So let's see where that takes me :)

Have a great weekend everyone - make every hour count! <3