Today I’ve got the second edition of my new blog series “In love with…” for you. And this time it’s all about the gorgeous shoe label NAVYBOOT that celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. For example, with some super cool limited editions of their “Navyboot Original” model.
My dear ones, today I’ve got another MBFW Berlin look for you. Prior to fashion week, I’ve been a lucky girl and was allowed to pick up my favorite pieces from the spring / summer collections of two of my favorite brands – Pinko and Navyboot. This black & white look, that I wore for the after show party by Marina Hoermanseder, is one of the looks I created with the new styles.
November is coming to an end, the christmas markets will open their doors by tomorrow, it’s getting colder and colder – slowly, but surely winter has arrived here in Cologne. But because there had been some soft and sunny days last week, I decided to show you one of my favorite fall looks with my beloved grey knit dress, a fall coat and boots.
Just another reason for being excited for summer to come – the new Buffalo spring / summer 2015 collection has arrived! And I think it couldn’t be more versatile! Pastel, metallic, glitter, sneakers, wedges, heels – if there isn’t a fitting shoe for every situation then I don’t know. My first treasure are the Buffalo plateau wedges in 90ies style, I already showed you in the look „It’s time for neoprene, baby!“.
I guess they would have laughed badly about me. So, I actually do wear flats and I fall down anyway. Yes, I tumbled. And yes, I guess it looked funny. My parents, who aren’t Charlie Chaplin and Mary Poppins, but are at least as cool as, surely would have laughed as well. Not that I fall down all the time, but if I do, I kind of act a little strange: 1. get up quickly, 2. look right and left, if anybody saw it, 3. shortly check, if anything hurts, 4. laugh, 5. get away from here. Of course, nothing did hurt, so I was able to laugh about myself. Well, that’s how it is. I’m one of the people, who like to run into objects, drop things and drop oneself.