I pinned all of my favorite fashion looks and items of this cold winter season. It turned out that I'm in love with furs. Real or fake, short or long, you name it. I find them super-feminine, hippie, fun and timeless. Any fur coat can be worn from any era it is always in style. Just be sure to match it well with other pieces of your outfit. Well, these here are all that I am obsessed with in this winter. Hope you like them! *there are some non-fur garments as well. ;)
P.S.: If I am a mum one day, I'll definitely want to be one like this. XX
Images via: FreePeople; Pinterest; Static Lookbooks; They Roared Vintage; Nast Magazine; Polished 2 Perfection; The Glitter Guide; Jelanie; The Sartorialist
It's a new year and if it is not exactly a new life, I hope it will bring new experiences and happiness!
...and to be absolutely 'original' I share my new year's resolutions with you:
P.S.: ...and the list goes on, but I will be super-satisfied if only these I could keep. Let's hope for the best! XX
Even if it's cold outside, I still can dream of a cute, light dress or a bohemian headpiece from Free People, or another pair of sunglasses. These are just amongst my all-time desires.
For sure since it's winter, I do have some warm and comfy favorites as well. Like a cute 'jumper' for my mug or the luxurious jogging from Patrizia Pepe or the super-feminine pink woolen coat from Meteshow.
This year's seasonal, Christmas-y faves are definitely the diy pom-pom wreath and the gingerbread angel-wings.
My ultimate, 'oldest' piece from my wish-list is a true classic: the Lounge Chair and Ottoman from Vitra, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in the 50's. Never goes out of style and loses from it's value.
But if you are a believer of 'money cannot buy happiness', I have to agree with you. The best things in life are usually priceless. And without question at the end...
...and maybe this tiger cardigan from FP ;) to feel the real love.
P.S.: So, do dream, wish, desire, because the strongest power lies within our thoughts. And ultimately we can move mountains. XX
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It's already frosting outside, but that's no problem for the cute Erica flower. Even it looks much nicer with a little frost on its leaves.
After yesterday's inspiring lecture by the amazing (and supercute) Fabio Novembre, I think I found an answer I was looking for since many years.
He told us: 'Your home is where you choose it to be'. 'There you could reinvent yourself. You should live yourself whereever you live.'
...Well, I should've known... since I do believe that "Home is where your heart is". The only thing that you really have to listen carefully to your heart and there you'll find the answer where is your home.