Christmas gift guides
I’ve been watching almost every match of the EURO 2012 so far and so will I tonight. Everybody who knows me would confirm that I would never wear a jersey but today I stumbled upon this gorgeous Germany Football Jersey from Adidas Originals at Size? and I kind of caved. Would wear it with Silver Shorts from Topshop // Pastel Tube Bracelet from COS // Robert Clergerie blush nubuck Oxfords via Totokaelo and Super Lucia Sunnies via The GoodHood Store. Are you game?
I was searching for an orange bomber jacket, a see through blouse and some neon stuff. Found it all (plus many other lovely pieces) at Baruckello, a Paris based online boutique with limited edition clothing for women and men with pretty reasonable prices. Life is good.
High temperatures makes me want to wear nothing. OK, OK… but also it would feel nice to cover my body with those beautiful easy breezy pieces from New Zealand designer Penny Sage!
I don’t know but young artist Guim Tió Zarraluki from Barcelona totally captivates me with his strangely compelling portraits. He finds his inspiration in fashion, some of his pictures are painted over fashion magazines pages (watch the process of his work in the animation above). Mesmerised as I am, I instantly had to buy one of his intense prints at PrintsMania, guess which one?
Logo T-Shirts are everywhere these days – but instead of paying 250 EUR for the original, boys and girls,you should rather go for an ironic hand-screened version from Better off Dead.
I think I need something reflecting in my life. Something like those mirroring metal beauties: Kitchen inspiration via Monspace// Chrome Pyramid from Annaleena, 110 EUR // Decorative Globe Lamp Side Mirror from Zangra, 11 EUR // Faceted Mirror Side Table from West Elm, 168 EUR // e15 Habibi Side Table for example minimum.de, 815 EUR // or maybe some mirror balls (via shootfactory).
Sorry for the lack of posts recently, but the weather was too nice and I couldn’t stay in front of my computer and Sunday was my birthday but now I’m back. Maybe the sunshine made me dizzy but me – a.k.a. “the minimalist” – is madly obsessed with this chunky neon necklace from Nutcasefashion.
Hi there lovelies, I hope you’ve also enjoyed the longer weekend! I’ve spent most of the time outside and this is what I wore: Black Ninette Shorts from Acne (with elastic waistband – helpful after having binged on ice cream!) // my new favourite perfume from Flora by Gucci The Garden: Gracious Tuberose // Sheer sleeveless Contrast Collar Top and super comfy darkblue Wedge Sandals from COS.
Baggu oh Baggu, why are you doing this to me? Being a fan ever since I discovered them, I’ve now fallen in love AGAIN. This time it’s the new wedge shaped leather zipper pouch with brass key ring that caught my eye. They even hold a pair of ear buds, coins or cards.
This is what I would call vintage clothing at its best! UK based webshop Cotton Love offers the most jaw-dropping selection of vintage pieces I have ever seen – perfectly arranged and combined with contemporary fashion. Hard to believe that those are vintage pieces!
Oh WHY does it have to be so difficult to find some pretty and affordable sportswear? Something functional but yet cool without looking like a crazy parrot in eye-bleeding colour-clash outfits or like one of those slowly moving goretex-covered tourists? It’s a shame. I’m glad that I stumbled upon the gorgeous sportswear from Oysho, for example the waterproof Windbreaker Sweatshirt, the Silver Shorts with mesh lining and the VPL inspired Triangular Sport Bra which would look so nice together with my Heritage Cap from Nike and Nike FREE 5.0 V4 Sneakers both available at Zalando (For my Swiss readers – they also deliver to Switzerland :-). yay)