Monday, February 29, 2016

Outfit: Time to play B-Sides.

Embroidered afghan coat: 70s Vintage via Etsy || Gypsiana shirt dress: Spell Designs || Platform boots: Vagabond 

Starting the week with probably my last winter outfit for the next 10 months and with the oldest vintage piece I own - I got this amazing 60s/70s afghan coat secondhand on Etsy, it's like the ultimate dream finding which is also in a perfect vintage condition for its age. It was one of my christmas presents and I'm so glad I found this amazing coat. It's made of dark brown suede which got a mint colored ethnic embroidery all over and shearling details. The original afghan coats are really hard to find these days and I loved this one immediately when I saw it. It's the warmest coat I own, too - it's crazy how cozy it is. I love wearing it with my printed dresses, especially my this dress by Spell Designs matches perfectly to the mint embroidery. I like the light pink color in combination with the dark brown and light mint ornaments. That could also be an outfit straight from Woodstock, it's probably the most 70s look I've ever posted on my blog haha. I'm also wearing my favorite platform boots, I usually go for them while wearing coats. 

Have a lovely new week, guys! Love x

Friday, February 26, 2016

Outfit: Come to California and be a freak like me.

Asymmetric poncho cardigan: Buckle || Fringe printed shirt: Topshop || Bandits shorts: One Teaspoon (available at ASOS) || Western boots: Gamloong || Necklaces: Boho Moon & Claire's

Here's one of my comfortable to go looks for the warmer spring or fall days - a cozy cardigan, denim shorts, a cropped tee, sheer tights and western boots. I think cardigans are one of those pieces you can never have too many of, because they literally go with everything and everywhere. I especially love wearing them while traveling, days in the city or for throwing over while I go for a walk. I bought this poncho inspired one from Buckle last summer season and I immediately liked it's laid-back vibe. It got a striped pattern in salmon, dark brown and turquoise colors on cream ground and some very nice fringing details for its asymmetrical hem. Even if it's a very light fabric, it's incredibly soft, almost flannel like and reminds me of one of those snuggly blankets. I'm wearing it with my vintage inspired crop tee I got from Topshop, one of my favorite pair of denim shorts, western boots, coin necklaces and navajo turquoise jewelry. I don't know why but to me it seems like an ultimate californian look I love to wear. Do you guys know Ivy Sullivan from the tv show 90210? She would wear exactly those kind of looks and that tv show has been influenced my style for many years now.

Have an amazing weekend, friends!
Love x

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Outfit: It's all happening.

Velvet paisley afghan coat: Biba (vintage via eBay) || Lacey embroidered mesh top: ASOS marketplace (old) || Velvet burnout leggings: Urban Outfitters (old) || Platform boots: Vagabond

This look is very inspired by my favorite movie Almost Famous, because Penny Lane wore a very similar coat in many scenes - it's the most divine vintage coat I've ever gotten my hands on. I had been searching for this stunning Biba coat a very long time until I found it used on eBay by chance - I'm so lucky I could get it. The green/red retro paisley print on a very soft velvet in combination with the faux fur details is simply perfection. It will never ever leave my wardrobe! I combined it with a delicate lace top and a pair of burnout grey velvet leggings I bought both some years ago - I think they match perfectly. I added some indian silver jewelry and platform boots to complete the look - it's been my favorite winter look lately!
Love x

Monday, February 22, 2016

Outfit: In your head you can go anywhere.

Embroidered patchwork tapestry jacket & studded western boots: Zara || The Doors shirt: EMP || Ripped jeans: Glamorous || Turkish coin Necklace: Urban Outfitters

For today I show you my probably favorite look with a pair of good old jeans, because it not only includes many of my favorite clothes like my The Doors band shirt or my embellished ethnic jacket, it's also very casual and edgy. It also shows that an extraordinary jacket can make a look much more interesting and outstanding. I bought this Zara jacket around half a year ago and I still can't get enough of it. When you're searching for beautiful embroidered jackets Zara is probably the best place to visit, because those are also bargains. I remember mine sold out quickly and because it was kinda like love at first sight I ordered one as soon as it went online it I remember. I combined it with my favorite band shirt (The Doors is one of my all time favorite bands and this print nails it!) which orange/yellow colors can also be found on the jacket, washed grey ripped denim jeans and a pair of cowboy boots. The outfit includes most of my signature styles like a band shirt, ripped denim and statement jackets - in short: It's simply so me. :-)

Love x