New York, New York … Last week I travelled to New York. I’ve been there before but its still crazy to me how much the city changed since my last visit a few years ago. We did a lot of sightseeing which is obviously a must when you visit a city like New York, where there is so much to see at every corner. So we strolled through the central park, went to the top of the empire state building, walked down 5th avenue and ate a lot!
Let’s imitate a traffic light! That must have been the thought of the designers at Kenzo, while choosing the color of this sweater. Howsoever, I love it! I just need to remember that I never combine it with red or orange.
Let’s be honest I definitely had to step out of my comfort zone to rock these pants. The pattern and the fit is really fancy compared with my usual black and skinny fit jeans. I call this look ‘work wear’ since I look like a strict math teacher with those pant. They are a little bit scratchy here and there but still the eye-catcher of this outfit.
Since the weather in winter is mostly dark and gloomy I thought I might as well match my outfit to it. So I went with a completely monochrom black and white look. For this outfit I paired a summer dress with a big cosy winter sweater. I love to mix my summer cloth with my warmer winter pieces. Some skirts and dresses are just too pretty to wait until summer is back.
Lately I switched from my boots to sneakers. I’m always struggling to find a nice pair of sneakers since t’s so hard to pick the right ones. Fortunately I found two amazing pairs of sneakers online at Planet Sports (click here). Since they have a huge collection it’s quite hard to pick one since I fell in love with almost all of them!
One of my all-time fall favorites is this fluffy feather jacket. I wore it to death a few years ago when I purchased it. My whole car seat was full of feathers during this period. It looked like a birdcage or something like this. One time I even ended it up in a club with it and was to scared to leave it at the wardrobe. So I partied the whole night in this super warm fur coat and every drunk girl wanted to touch my jacket. It was horrible! Howsoever I only wore it a few times this fall and definitely not in the club.
I usually avoid cloth with crazy patterns but I made an exception for this striking blouse. The animal print gives it a nonchalant touch and unintentionally compliments the sunglasses. Nevertheless I still need to get used to wearing more fancy patterns and colors, instead of keeping my looks all in black most of the time.
Since this autumn was very gentle and warm I mixed my summer wardrobe with some fall pieces. So I paired a casual jeans skirt with a sophisticated tulle bodysuit. To add in some fall pieces I threw over a black fur vest and slipped into some booties. I think the bodysuit and the fur vest really go hand in hand with each other!
Python and leather – As I entered the Zara store a few weeks ago it felt like a trip to the zoo. Animal print everywhere as far as the eye can see. Especially python prints and leopard patterns have taken over the whole store.
An edgy Replay jeans jacket, a simple label shirt and a dashing leather skirt – sometimes life can be so easy. I didn’t even wore this look once, before I took the photos. Anyways I directly fell in love with the chill but yet stylish vibe of this outfit. Combining leisure cloth with a sophisticated striking piece (like a leather skirt) always creates an effortless but still striking outfit.