A typical outfit of the day, when it's cloudy and I am in the mood for leather, layers and lots of black. I would definitely wear this to work or uni, especially cause it is a no-brainer with which you can save time in the morning for the more important things, such as coffee and food. If I have time, I actually like to read the newspaper, a magazine/book or blog while having breakfast. Since I am working quite a lot, I try to squeeze in at least 20 minutes of reading something informative per day. Whether it's on the subway, in between classes or during breakfast, as a journalism student, I obviously like to read and get attracted to fashion related articles more often. Furthermore, I recently discovered, while browsing through Zalando looking for new shoes, that Europe's biggest online fashion retailer started their own magazine called The Editorial.
I must admit, I wasn't that surprised, since Zalando is zeitgeisty, which they proved when hosting Bread & Butter last fall for example. But still, launching yet another online magazine can be tricky, so I was super curious to have a look. I was particularly intrigued by the categories Stories and Inspiration, as well as the writing. It is not exaggerated but instead subtle, fun and overall the perfect dose of fashion literature for in between. Even some of my favorite german bloggers like Nike from This is Jane Wayne wrote columns already, so the Editorial has an interesting mix of contributors. I really enjoyed reading the article on Diane Keaton and how geek chic is experiencing a comeback. I can totally relate to masculine looks and like to wear a simple white, oversized blouse, some slacks and lace-up shoes. I had quite a collections of tie-neck blouses when I was younger and always paired them with big glasses, even though I don't need any -- what a shame.
This article was in cooperation with Zalando.
The opinions mentioned are mine.