Today I wanted to share with you the 4 trends I’m loving this Fall. Everybody that knows me, knows that Fall and Winter are my favorite seasons to style! The possibilities are endless. And by the sound of this statement, you would think – heck, this girl can probably play with her styling! Well, that’s not exactly the case because I’m really boring at the end of the day. But there’s nothing that gives more meaning to my cold winter days than wearing a tailored long blazer with a turtleneck underneath, some ankle boots and a cozy chunky scarf. These simple things make me happy, as lame as it may sound.
I woke up today to a message from my brother-in-law saying “what’s up with that shirt half in/half out?” and I was like “what’s up about it?”. He finds my styling strange. And that kept me thinking, does it really look that strange? I don’t think so, it’s just a styling thing. You may like it, you may not. But I don’t think it’s a fashion mistake worth calling the fashion police.
And this morning interaction gave me an idea to write a post about police-worth fashion mistakes we all make. Because let’s be honest, even Anna Wintour must have a dark styling past. Or not.
Sweater weather is finally here. Almost. Mostly. And as much as I love summer nights, I can’t stand the heat. And fall and winter have always been my favorite seasons to style anyway. And the most fun too!
All that layering, the chunky knits, the blazers and coats, Chelsea boots… In other words; happiness.
So I’ve been browsing in one of my favorite shops for Jeans and Knits which is & Other Stories. And I wanted to share my sweater finds with you. Of course, I can’t afford to buy all of the options I give here… But I may or may not have purchased three or four of them.
I wanted to share my week in photos from when I went to Berlin at the beginning of July. Two months already?! I was selected as a finalist in a Fashion Awards. So I went there with my boyfriend and took some extra days off to play the tourists. He had already been to Berlin, but I didn’t, so we had to take the opportunity.
This post is coming a little bit late. But that’s just because I’ve created enough content ahead and just until now I had a free spot to put this one.
Also, this is going to be a little bit different than my usual posts because I wanted to tell the story entirely with photos instead of text. But I added some notes here and there to put you in the correct context.
This style of post is inspired by Lizzy Hadfield from Shot From The Street. Please let me know in the comments if you like this kind of posts because I enjoyed greatly doing it!