Friday, October 28, 2016


Happy Friday!
We're already deep in autumn/winter season and what better way is there to celebrate the cold temperatures than with cosy knitwear? In the atelier where I am currently working it is awfully cold so I had to step up my winter attire game and get more warm clothes like this beautiful bordeaux cardigan from 2ND DAY via ABOUTYOU. It is quite big and therefore perfect for layering, which should be my second name, really. Since I am constantly freezing, both warm but also practical garments are my cup of tea and I am happily wearing layer over layer to avoid being cold for a second. This can look quite confusing, which is why I am sparing you the ootd's and tried to create a look where you can actually see what I am wearing and it's not a giant wool mess ;-)

I combined my self made grey culottes, my tiny furry bag and some statement booties that add a little fun to the whole outfit. I absolutely love the color of this cardigan though. Don't have too much colorful pieces in my closet so this will be a welcome change for me. What do you think?

Besides avoiding the cold, I am happy to announce that my internship has come to an end and I will start my second one on Monday. I took today off to reflect and get stuff done before drowning in 'paper' work this time, since I'll be working in journalism now. This weekend will be all about seeing friends since I had absolutely no time for anything in the past few months and need to catch up with my girls desperately. Hope you're doing great! xx

boots - Asos
culotte - Wolfschluckner / selfmade
blouse - H&M
bag - Wolfschluckner / selfmade
cardigan - c/o 2 ND DAY via About You


  1. Wow, der Mantel ist total schön! ich mag deine Frisur total gerne und der Lippenstift passt auch sehr gut zum Mantel :-*

    Melanie /

  2. Die Farbe der Weste ist fantastisch und sie sieht ungemein gemütlich aus. Deine Schuhe finde ich auch toll wie das gesamte Outfit!

  3. Such an amazing inspiration! Im in love with all the looks, the styling and the location, to die for!


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