MIX IT UP

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Hey lovely People !

The art of mixing prints is at the top of the Intimidating List.

Once you master the art of mixing, your Options for potential Outfits in your closet will wildly increase. Since we were Kids we´ve been practicing the skill of matching, so while it may take some time to build up the Courage t start Pairing the unexpected. I promise it´s worth the challenge. From Leopard to floral, to the printed pieces already in your wardrobe, all you have to do is start mixing.

                                                                              


I was wearing

Skirt: Forever21

Jacket: (Self-made)

Top: (Promod)

Shoes: Buffulo

Bag: S.Oliver

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COLOUR-BLOCK

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Hey lovely people,
today my Fashion publication is dedicated to one of the main trends this summer. – Colour-blocking trend is a combination of one, two ore tree bright colours, which are significantly girl dressed like a traffic light. For me it was important to keep the rest of the look minimalistic.

                                                         I was wearing
                                                           Shorts: Zara
                                                        Top: Bershka
                                                       Sandels: Mango
                                                           Bag: Esprit
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PLEAT ME

 

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Hey everyone,

pleated skirts are not just a trend of this season-pleated skirts are a true classic that helped create memorable moments in some of our favourite films of the past. These timeless skirts never go out of style. For me pleats are petite and pretty. But I didn´t want the whole look to only be sweet. That´s why I added these boots to my outfit. The cool thing about those skirts is that you can wear them in several ways and every time create a new appearience. So pleat your style !


 

I was wearing

Skirt: Asos

Shoes: Jefferey Campbell

Top: (self-made)

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DENIM OVERALL

 
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Hey lovely People,considering that the ever-divisive Overall trend typically is associated with childern, house painting, or ´90s hip-hop has-beens, it´s no wonder that the thought of wearing them in a chic, polished manner is enough to give us pause.However there are ways to style the humble Overall so that it´s more chic than „ick“. My way is to combine a simple white blouse with it and let the look stay calm and clean. But I still wanted something to add which has some colour, so I wore my multi-coloured heel 🙂


 

I was wearing

Blouse: Mango

Overall: French Connection

Heels: Givenchy

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SHADES OF GREY

 

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Hey lovely People,
Grey is a fairly non-discript colour on its own. I decided to chose garments that are very similar in tone but combine a lot of different textures to create interest and avoid an Overall „flatness“.

I was wearing

                                                      Top: Bershka
                                                       Skirt: Zara
                                                   Shoes: Topshop
                                                     Bag: Promod
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LAYERED

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Heey everyone,
many women are afraid to layer their clothes for fear of looking bigger than they actually are. While logic would lead one to believe that this claim is true, if you´ve mastered the art of layering this couldn´t be further from the truth. A perfect layered look will compliment your curves and create the Illusion of a more propotional shilhouette.
I chose my outfit in one colour and added  the bag and shoes in a darker tone.

                                                            I was wearing

                                         Leather-Jeggings: Proenza Schouler
                                                             Dress: Asos
                                                        Jacket: S.Oliver
                                                           Sandels: Zara
                                                        Bag: Antik Batik
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