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  • planning a summer wardrobe
    Wardrobe

    I’ve never had a summer wardrobe. In my teenage years I felt very uncomfortable about the¬†keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) on my legs so I never wore skirts, dresses or shorts. Such a shame really because I’m sure no one would have noticed. Instead I stuck to jeans. Yes, just jeans, even in 35 degrees celsius […]

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  • review: a.p.c. half moon bag
    Review

    Last year I bought myself the A.P.C. Half moon bag and figured I should write a review on it as there aren’t that many helpful reviews out there at the moment. I love to read about people’s experiences before deciding on such an expensive purchase so maybe this post will help a few people out. […]

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  • Outfit

    Life is so much easier when you’re not worrying about taking the perfect picture. This applies not only to Instagram, which probably comes to mind first, but also this blog. I can be too much of a perfectionist at times and I’m sure a year ago I wouldn’t have posted mirror pictures. But I’ve been […]

  • Shopping

    For the longest time I have been searching for the perfect flats. So you can imagine how excited I was when I received an email from MyTheresa that their Repetto classic black ballerina‚Äôs were on sale. I had my eyes on them for so long but always found them a bit too expensive. Years ago […]

  • Small Luxuries

    Isn’t it funny how we are willing to spend a lot of money on clothes and shoes on a yearly or even monthly basis but not on something as in your face and important as a pair of glasses? Most people own just one pair of glasses which gets worn every day for sometimes years […]

  • for the love of prints
    New in Outfit

    If there was ever anything lacking in my wardrobe, prints are it. I love prints but they rarely look good on me. I have never given up though. And so two of my most recent purchases are colourful printed items. Quelle surprise! On the right, yesterday’s outfit consisting of a checkered blazer (sold out), a […]

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