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@howimetmyoutfit for Greta Fischer Design - Made in Germany

Greta Fischer Design – MADE in Germany

Greta Fischer Design ist ein junges Modelabel made in Germany. Die junge Designerin Greta Fischer legt bei ihrem Label besonderen Wert auf faire Produktionsbedingungen und die Verarbeitung hochwertiger Stoffe. Ihre erste Kollektion, die ihr hier anschauen und shoppen könnt, steht ganz unter dem Thema “Bouclé” und erinnert an niemand geringeren als Coco Chanel.

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Review: Stylish Earphones By Sudio Sweden

Review: Stylish Earphones by Sudio Sweden

(English / Deutsch)

Today it’s all about a very special fashion accessory: earphones. The important thing when it comes to earphones isn’t only the design, but also especially the sound and wearing comfort – because, let’s be honest – besides looking good, they first of all need to sound good. The swedish label Sudio Sweden combines both with their stylish earphones – timeless elegant design and high quality. And I did the soundcheck for you:

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Hidden Fringes II How I met my outfit

Hidden Fringes



(ENGLISH / DEUTSCH)

This year fringes are the must-have! Whether we’re talking about shoes, bags, necklaces, jackets, vests, shirts or skirts – everything that comes with fringes is up to date! And how do we like that? Well, I don’t know how you like it, but I think it’s great. I already showed you a fringed vest in the look „Double Denim meets 70ies“ and a fringed shirt in the look „This is summer“. And for todays look I picked up a very special fringed piece: a fringed suede cape. 

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The printed bohemian blouse II How I met my outfit

The printed bohemian blouse


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I think I don’t have to tell again, that I’m totally in love with the current Hippie / Bohemian trend. But it doesn’t have to be „hippie“ from head to toe all the time – sometimes it’s enough to add a key piece to give some bohemian vibe to the look. Am I talking about my new skinny jeans? Of course not. I’m talking about my new printed blouse. Love at first sight.

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Weekly Flashback 1 - How I met my outfit

Weekly Flashback No. 1

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SUNDAY

Exactly a week ago today, the beautiful ladies Farina, Mary and Lou from Novalanalove, Fashionloveland and Somegoodspirits invited us to their second #allblogeverything event at the Flamingo Royal in Cologne. There was a lot of fashion, beauty and selfie action going on, but I’m going to tell and show you everything in detail during the next week.

MONDAY

Happy Easter! While everyone else got chocolate and colored eggs for Easter, I’ve got something really special this year: a cold! And who gave it to me? My lovely friend Sarah. Thank you so much, honey! Haha.

TUESDAY

Tuesday has been all about hankies, nose spray, chicken soup, tea and snapchat ( -> howimetmyoutfit). Check it out!

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Double Denim meets 70ies II How I met my outfit

Double Denim meets 70ies

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Do you think there is any other fabric that is cooler, more versatile and more timeless than denim!? I. Don’t. Think. So. And if it was up to me, everything would be said for today. But unfortunately it’s not up to me – oh, wait – this is my fashion blog, isn’t it!? So, it is up to my. Well, great, that’s it! Have a wonderful weekend, everybody! 

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Longing for summer! II How I met my outfit

Longing for summer!

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As soon as spring arrives, each and every year, I suddenly can’t wait for summer to come! And this funny button inside my head, that only knows two settings – winter and summer – switches. And because there effectively doesn’t exist fall or spring for me, me and my wardrobe behave as if it’s already summer. And so I start buying summer essentials in March, just to be over-punctual at the ready.

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The Cotton Candy Coat II How I met my outfit

The Cotton Candy Coat



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Cotton Candy and love apples, bumper car and raffle ticket booth, roasted almonds and pickled cucumber… everyone thinks of a different word, but we all mean the same: funfair, fairground, kermess. How long I haven’t been there! As a child I totally loved it – especially the raffle ticket booth and „pull strings“ – although it’s the most unspectacular thing you can do at the funfair. „Prizes, prizes, prizes! No blanks! Every ticket wins!“ As a child you firmly believe that this time you’ll win the biggest soft toy the ticket man has to offer. But oh no, countless times you go home with a stupid little keychain. Some learn from that and leave gambling behind. Others start to join the lottery and firmly believe that one day they will win the biggest prize the lottery fairy has to offer. But we all now what they gonna take home countless times…