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MONTHLY RECAP: MAY 2017

Saturday, June 3, 2017

by Sara

Guys, can you believe it’s June??? But New Years Eve was like yesterday :O!!! Another thing I still cannot believe is that it’s only a month until Timo and I  are going to the City that never sleeps :D. I’m so excited you guys!!!! Anyway, once again it’s time for my monthyl recap and this time it’s all about my favorites: favorite blog of the month, favorite piece of clothing, songs I listened to, series I watched AND one special topic that kept me thinking and thinking, which also brought me to the conclusion that I have to change certain things in my life. Keep reading 🙂

DIESEL F/W 17: CHECK MAXI DRESS

Sunday, May 28, 2017

by Timo

I love maxi clothes and I’m sure you’ve all noticed that already. Not only dresses, but also all kinds of cardigans, shirts or blouses – everything has to be maxi! One can easily guess how long it took me to fall in love with this maxi check dress from Diesel’s F/W 17 collection. The length is perfect and the mixture of rusty and black check pattern underline the grungy, but polished rock chic look.

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MY LOVE FOR SNEAKERS + ECCO SOFT 8 HIGH RISE SNEAKERS

Friday, May 26, 2017

by Sara

Guys, I just can’t help it. Although it’s pretty common that women cannot resist high heels, I’m just more the sneakers-type of girl. If you showed me a pair of heels and a pair of sneakers and let me choose between them, I would probably always choose the sneakies. Don’t get me wrong, I love wearing high heels and especially combining them with cool and casual clothes, but only if I know that I’ll be less than 2 hours on my feet :D.

STYLE TIP: HOW TO WEAR A SHIRT UNDER A DRESS

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

by Kaja

The S/S17 season is characterized by a lot of old trends that came back in this year. It is foreseeable, that the ‘90s style is leading hard these days, once again. But when there is one trend that reflects the ’90s the most, than that might be the shirt under a dress look.

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