Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Outfit: Desert dreams.

Embroidered poncho dress: Zara || Concho belt: Vintage via eBay || Jewelry: Vintage & Dixi || Boots: Vagabond via Urban Outfitters

Some of you might already get a glimpse of the dress when I was posting a selfie of me wearing it on instagram one day after I got - I got so many compliments for it, so here's finally my outfit post I promised you! :-) it It's a poncho inspired dress (made of the softest fabric you can imagine!) with colorful embroidery and frayed hems.  I bought when I was in Munich two weeks ago and I immediately fell in love with it when I saw it at the Zara flagship store! The dress got a pale grey/blue color which looks amazing with the ethnic embroidered details. It's probably that dress what boho dreams are made of, isn't it? I think it couldn't get any better. I love wearing it with my favorite chunky concho belt, so I can give some shape to the look. Because of its poncho inspired style, it's pretty much oversized and looks best together with a belt. 

Monday, March 30, 2015

Outfit: Moon to moon.

Folk kimono jacket with embellishment: Zara || Crop top: Urban Outfitters ||Bandit Shorts: One Teaspoon || Boots: Gamloong 

I fancied that jacket so hard that I went to my local Zara store on the first day it was available after I had seen it on the internet. I haven't seen a jacket like this before, it looks way more expensive than it actually was! Zara is totally killing it this season, every week they release more and more awesome clothes in boho style which are definitely something you won't see that soon again! I love the embellishment the jacket got, its light sky blue/white/cream colors (perfect for spring/summer!) and oversized fit. I can be dressed up or down, it can also look amazing at festive occasions - but I decided to go for the more grungy and every-day-look way, so I styled it with one of my favorite printed crop tops, black denim shorts and western boots. I wanted to keep the rest of the outfit simple, because the jacket already nails every outfit on its own. 

Love xx

Friday, March 27, 2015

Outfit: Wild frontier.

Crochet sahara crop top: Spell Designs || Buttoned suede skirt: ASOS || Necklaces: Dixi || Bracelets: Banggood  || Boots: Vagabond

Here's my probably most vintage inspired look ever - I had been searching for a perfect buttoned suede A-Line skirt for ages, the only ones I found were vintage and usually 5 sizes too big. Then I found this perfect one on a couple of weeks ago and it looks like it would come directly from the 70s - it's so so perfect. I don't have that many skirts, but this one fits perfectly and got the potential to become my most loved skirt ever. Maybe you already sneak-peaked it from my suede inspo post 2 weeks ago when I presented you my favorite items  to wear this season (See it here). I love suede in tan together with crochet/lacey white blouses or tops. I got this awesome crop top with beautiful crochet details from my parents on my birthday, it's from my favorite brand Spell and it's the most beautiful crop top I've ever seen. It's also very 70s inspired, but so delicate and gorgeous. I'm still so happy about having it in my wardrobe, I can't wait to constantly wear this baby in summer. I can also imagine it with my beloved kimonos and denim shorts, you will definitely see it way more often from now on. :-)
I did some necklace game here, I forgot how beautiful these two necklaces look together, they're like being made for each other. 

Have a beautiful weekend, friends!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Outfit: Holla Out.

Boho paisley printed blouse: Zara || Concho belt & Necklaces: Vintage (similar on eBay) || Bracelets: Shop Dixi || Western Boots: Mango

Are you guys ready for Coachellaaaa? Soon it's that time of the year again when awesome people party in the middle of the desert, in Palm Springs. I'd love to be there, but unfortunately I can't make it this year, too (as always grr..). I always spend the two weekends in front of my laptop, watching the official live stream of the concerts on YouTube and browsing through instagram in order to get inspired by all those awesome outfits the people are wearing there. I really love this festival, it's my favorite besides tomorrowland. Of course there are so many other great festivals out there, too - like Lollapalooza, Ultra, Glastonbury…  just to name a few. But Coachella is and will always be the most inspiring one to me! 
So here is an outfit I would probably wear just like it is at Coachella if I had the chance to be there this year. I don't own that many blouses to be honest, but this one is just perrrfect - I love its colors, print and the way it flatters in the wind. I also love that the design is very 70s inspired, I remember those awesome indian gauze dresses/blouses which have similar wide arms. Wearing blouses with shorts is always my favorite way (especially when they come in destroyed style), especially with a huge concho belt and a lot of tribal jewelry. 

Love x

Monday, March 23, 2015

Outfit: High desert.

Biker jacket: Banggood || Tribal playsuit: Spell Designs || Bolo tie Necklace: H&M || Boots: Urban Outfitters

A biker leather jacket will probably always be an essential basic in our wardrobes, I rarely know anyone who doesn't have at least one of those jackets at home. Leather jackets will never get old and you can never have enough of them - I was really excited about this one when I received it from Banggood - it's made of faux leather, but the quality is still great. I've always loved that blush-pink and black combo, because even though they give almost the total opposite impression (blush = cute, girly & sweet whereas black = mysterious, dark, chic), they work amazingly together. Here I'm wearing my first Spell playsuit EVER, I bought it nearly 3 years ago and I have worn it a dozen times yet. I love those amazing western/tribal symbols and it never gets boring. I also think the blush color suits me pretty well because of my dark hair and my paler skin. I'm always looking forward to wearing my playsuit in summer again.
For the accessories I picked my western necklace I bought at H&M around 2 years ago, my beloved vintage navajo rings and some western boots with silver tips - I still have to break them in though because they're new - that's the part I hate the most when it comes to walking in new shoes haha. :-)

Wish you all an awesome week, guys!
Love x