Sunday, April 5, 2015

TOUCH OF BLUE :: PEPEROSA FLATS AND EASTER ROSES


How are you guys? I hope your weekend was good! I am at my parents place where we shot these pictures with my new Peperosa flats! I love wearing all black everything and add a touch of color to it, and these shoes are perfect to make a statement! They are out of suede and incredibly comfy - I am quite impressed as I never had velour loafers before and I am pretty sure I will never ever get blisters if I only wear these. Since I had to bring my beloved Michael Kors to the store to get its strap fixed I had to borrow my mums bag. I guess you all know how much I love my MK, I use it almost every day, never really wear it as a cross-body-bag but still, the strap broke after only eight months and when I brought it to the store, they really took the whole bag and not just the strap. We'll see when I'll get my baby back, until then I guess I need to do some bag shopping ;-) For todays look I played a bit with my new short hair to make the whole look more strict. As we girls from the countryside love flowers I stole some cute easter roses from our garden at home. I mean, we don't buy flowers here, we've got them in our garden, riiiight?

What do you think about the whole outfit? Its Karl inspired, and I can't wait to wear my culottes more often when it's finally warmer!
Anyways, I am now off to have breakfast with the whole family, see you soon on tiny LOC blog and happy Sunday! xx







flats - c/o Peperosa via Parade Deutschland
bag - Mango borrowed off my mum
culotte - H&M
turtleneck - Mango
cardigan - Sheinside borrowed off my mum
sunnies - Rayban

photos taken by my mom // Nikon D3000 // 50 mm lens // Styling & Editing by me

3 comments

  1. So tolle Bilder, die Loafers sind super und die Farbe ist knallig! Das gesamte Outfit ist super!

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  2. Die Schuhe sind ja echt der Wahnsinn! Siehst wie immer klasse aus.
    Wünsche dir frohe Ostern, Liebes.

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