Wednesday, 30 December 2015

New Year - New Me

New Year Resolutions Coast Lucianna Dress

Hi everyone, sorry for the lack of posts and being so quiet for some time, but having a complete life change (moving, starting a new job) within a few weeks has totally kept me occupied. Now that I have some time off, I finally found a minute to reflect on 2015.

Low Points 2015 :

  • I couldn't afford living in the UK without a job, so 2015 started depressingly, as I had to move back to my parent’s house in Germany. The dream of living in the UK failed. For the first couple of months I felt isolated and very lonely. After ten years of moving out, I had to give up my independence again and live in the middle of nowhere.
  • I spent the first half of the year writing zillions of applications just to receive rejection after rejection. Worst reaction to my application? To be told, my Master’s degree scares the employer and they couldn’t pay me my asking salary because my ‘First Class is [was] too good’.
  • I applied for a ridiculous amount of traineeships with magazines and TV stations but failed in getting a further education in journalism. Realising that I simply haven’t got the talent to be a writer and the following process of accepting this was another reason that kept me down in 2015.
  • On my birthday I was told by an employer that no one cared about my degree or my previous academic achievements and I was talked into the believe that I was lost (when really I wasn’t, I just didn’t get my chance). This 'conversation' knocked my confidence a lot and I was crying all day on my birthday. In the end I took all of my dignity and courage together to get the bravery and walked away from that job. I haven't regret my choice in a single moment because, if I haven't done so I wouldn't be where I am today.
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Sunday, 6 December 2015

Giveaway: Nikolaus Day In Germany

Christmas Nikolaus Day

In my culture, the 6th of December marks a very important tradition in the pre-festive period leading up to Christmas. We celebrate Nikolaus Day in honour of Saint Nikolaus, a 4th century saint who brought gifts to children and the poor. Nikolaus Day has been special because it is not only a little treat before Christmas and increase the anticipation for Christmas Eve, it is also a day to educate children.

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Sunday, 29 November 2015

Lifestyle: Blogging Events - Are They Worth It Part 2

Go Away I'm Blogging Mug

My recent post Blogging Events - Are They Worth It? has been picked up quite well and since the events season has started with all the press days for SS16 and Christmas parties around, I had enough inspiration lately to extend my index of blogging related events. In the past few weeks I went to my first Blogger workshop, attended an overcrowded spa party, lusted over new dainty jewellery pieces and decorated my Christmas tree (yes it is already up, #becauseICan). 

Warning, this is a lengthy post!
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Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Film: Ready For A Tasty DVD Adventure? Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2


The first installment of Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs was an animated LSD-trip for food fetishists. A bit nerdy, a bit weird, fueled by a warmly-written screenplay full of humour and pathos directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Thanks to its originality and charm, the box office agreed with a take in excess of £77m. So, it was only a matter of time before Sony cooked up a sequel.
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Friday, 13 November 2015

Lifestyle: Life Lately In London 5

Life in London

London - the city that never sleeps and which I can now call my home. Yes, you've read correctly, I've moved here for a new exciting job and my second week as an 'official Londoner' is nearly coming to an end. On the weekend I'll be busy sorting out our boxes as our moving van will be coming today. But before I sign off to build furniture and settle into our new place, I'd like to give you a little recap of what has been happening lately in London. So, it was the week, when ...
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Friday, 6 November 2015

Lifestyle: The Blogger Guilt

The Blogger Guilt Lifestyle Post
Source: Pixabay
You may have noticed that I haven't been much active on my blog lately. It's not that I'm giving up on blogging - no, no, never! I'm on a break. For once. Since I started back in February 2014, there hasn't been a single day going by without me thinking about my blog. The design needs improvement, my photography needs training, my writing has to be tighter, I've got so much to do and so little time. Sounds familiar? Well then you do understand that a break was much needed. 
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Sunday, 1 November 2015

Fashion: Autumn Fun With My Dogs // Remembrance Day

Autumn in the forest of dean

Sorry for the lack of posts recently, but as I’ve mentioned in my Life Lately post, I’m taking it a bit more relaxed with blogging. I’ve also got some exciting news to share. I’m going to move to London this week! Not the occasional limited time move, but for real - like in forever. The last few weeks have been busy finding a place and we managed to agree on a cosy flat in South East London. We hope that our moving date will be announced shortly so within the next few weeks I will be pretty much occupied with sorting out a move and settling in to a new life.

I’m going to share all the exciting news in more detail once I’m settled in London and for now I’d like to share with you my latest ootd post. Alex’s parents live in the beautiful Forest of Dean which is very pretty this time of year as all the trees are covered in colourful leaves and we have relatively sunny weather here. They’ve adopted a Mini Schnauzer puppy which came as an unexpected surprise to us. Alex's parents have an acquaintance who wanted a new dog but it turned out that he couldn’t cope with the lively puppy. He sold it to them and the cute baby dog has brought so much delight and happiness to our family.
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Sunday, 25 October 2015

Lifestyle: An Afternoon At Ascot

An Afternoon At Ascot Ladbrokes

If you would ask me what I feel is typical ‘British’, I will most certainly name you all the clichés: meeting the queen at least once in your life, enjoy fancy afternoon tea with cakes and sandwiches or a visit to the famous horse races. Thanks to Ladbrokes, I can now cross out two of these very ‘typical British things to do’ from my list. Alongside a handful of bloggers I was invited to the QIPCO Champions Day*, the grand finale of horse racing at Ascot Racecourse. We were treated to a four course meal followed by afternoon tea and in between enjoyed a taste of horse race gambling.
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Saturday, 10 October 2015

Lifestyle: Life Lately In London 4

Louis Vuitton Series 3 Exhibition London

After a week of severe eye-straining and permanent headaches, my body forced me to slow down my busy schedule and I had to 'relax' and 'stay away' from the screen for a few days. I still feel massively tired and burnt out a little so this weekend will be spent in the Forest of Dean and hopefully I can refuel on my energies. But before I go into a social media and blogging free weekend, I'd like to give you a quick update on what's been happening this week in London.

1. Fashion: I visited the LV Series 3 exhibition

I spotted an advertisement for the Louis Vuitton Series 3 exhibition whilst on the tube and the opportunity to go and see it came up, when Alex had an appointment in Covent Garden. Whilst he went there, I would visit the exhibition on The Strand. The venue for the exhibition was only a few meters away from the iconic Somerset House and easy to find. 

Entrance to the exhibition is free but upon arrival, you'll have to 'sing in' and leave your personal details with them. The exhibition itself started with a few rooms of artistic installations which would stir your imagination and you would feel where the designers got their creative vibes and inspiration from. I would describe the installations as futuristic and modern, as they would use different sounds, lightening effects and various screens to create the atmosphere. Like the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition, the Series 3 was organised and run highly professional showcasing and worshiping fashion as art rather than everyday wear.
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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Fashion: Best Of Autumn Looks

Autumn Fashion Looks
London and life have been super busy lately. With this in mind and 90% of my wardrobe back in Germany, I haven’t had much time to work on a new ootd post. In addition, writers block has struck me for the very first time in over a year and half of blogging which doesn’t make my writing life much easier. To get my motivation and style inspiration back, I scrolled through my archive and came across last year’s autumn posts. Some of them cover my favs looks and luckily the fashion hasn’t changed much this season. Fair to say it’s time to re-share my best autumn outfits. 
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Saturday, 3 October 2015

Lifestyle: Happy Reunification Day Germany

Der Tag Der Deutschen einheit, Mauerfall Berlin
Image Source: ARTE
Whilst many in the English-speaking world ‘celebrate’ Mean Girls Day today, my country commemorates the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 – the event that caused the downfall of the GDR regime and the first step towards freedom for millions of people and the chance to form a united nation, which is in my opinion a more important event to celebrate on 3rd October. But guess what: I've nearly forgotten about it myself and I feel seriously ashamed of it that I haven’t shown the respect this important day deserves.
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Friday, 2 October 2015

Fashion: Introducing Jord Wood Watches

Jord Wood Watches Cora

2015 has been the moment of wood. What started slowly in AW14/15 developed into a trend during the year and now, the fashion-sphere saw the stylish and sturdy material everywhere. May it be sunglasses with a wooden frame, distinctive coat buttons, handbags or decorative iPhone cases. You simply couldn't escape wood.

With this in mind, it comes at no surprise, that the versatile and long lasting material has also conquered the world of watches. 'Wooden watches?' I can hear you ask, but yes, they do exist and one American brand has specialised in bringing the most stylish and elegant time pieces to our wrists: Jord Wood Watches.
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Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Fashion: All White For Amanda Wakeley LFW

Luxemme Amanda Wakeley SS16 London Fashion Week
Hi ladies, how are you? Do you know the following?: It's Saturday night, you've got nothing else planned bar snuggling up on your settee (maybe watch some Netflix) and suddenly, an email pops up in your inbox, which quite unexpectedly changes the entire course of your evening? Well it has happened to me last weekend, when my friend Laura sent me a quick message asking me if I wanted join her for the Amanda Wakeley Fashion Show. OMG course I did!
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Sunday, 27 September 2015

Lifestyle: Life Lately In London 3

Life and Style From London
I can't believe how fast another busy, yet super amazing week in London has gone by. I feel like I've experienced a lot more in the last two months of living here, than I have in the past two years. It is incredible! So this week I made an appearance on the red carpet, attended my second London Fashion Week show, went for a job interview, tried and tested a very healthy breakfast cereal AND had a sneak peek at Karl Lagerfeld's AW15 collection (and the weekend isn't even over yet!). 
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Thursday, 24 September 2015

Fashion: Red Carpet OOTD For Cosmopolitan's FashFest

SammyDress Hollow Dress Flare and Fit
Hi ladies, how are you? Last week, Karen got invited by River Island to attend this year's Cosmopolitan FashFest. She was allowed a plus one and have a guess whom she asked to come along!?! #bigsmile. The four day FashFest event ended with an epic fashion show on Thursday night, so it was time for us to dress up for a glamourous night out.
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Monday, 21 September 2015

Lifestyle: Life Lately In London 2

London Fashion Week London Eye London Rough Runner
Hi everyone, how was your weekend? Did you have some time to relax and enjoy the magnificent weather? I did and I feel this has been one of my busiest weekends I had so far in London. But let’s start at the beginning.

Saturday


The morning was spent at the Rough Runner event held in Clapham Common. Our friends from Wolverhampton came down to join Alex for the 5k obstacle run in the park. Due to health reasons, I couldn’t run with them, but I still felt part of the experience as I volunteered to be their photographer. I would wait at every obstacle and then cheer and motivate them whilst taking some snaps on my Nikon. This way, I felt still involved in the action and excitement. It was also a lot of fun watching Alex struggling with the obstacles whereas our friend Pete, who is a personal fitness trainer, effortlessly managed every challenge. #cheekysmile

London Rough Runner 2015
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Friday, 18 September 2015

Giveaway: Serenata Flowers

Serenata Flowers review

Hi everyone, what a week it has been. It started with a very disappointing disaster day at Dismaland but it has ended with some amazing news. The post reached more than 1,000 views within less than two days and I also broke my 2k Twitter goal. With such great developments and the weekend only a few hours away, could there be anything else to make this Friday even better? YES there is. My first ever guest blog went live this morning over at Louise's The What Now Blog AND I teamed up with Serenata Flowers to run a giveaway as a Thank You to all of my readers. You'll have the chance to win a flower bouquet worth £40 and I hope I can surprise a lucky reader next Friday.
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Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Fashion: Street Art Meets Black Chic

Street Art Bankside London Fashion
Karen and I attended last week's Blogger Fashion Week (BLFW) organised by Danielle from the Bloggers Hangout. The venue was a lovely loft at the OXO tower overlooking the Thamse. We meet fellow bloggers and chatted to amazing brands. I really enjoyed the event as the venue was perfect and attendancies were asked to dress to the code: Black Chic.
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Monday, 14 September 2015

Lifestyle: The Dismaland Disaster

Dismaland
Hi everyone, ever since the news about Banksy’s Dismaland went viral on social media, I wanted to go. Not only am I a big fan of art, but visiting an anti-version of Disneyland, with an arty and society criticising twist excited me for weeks. After a long, draining and nerve-wrecking chase for the tickets, my visit happened today and I can’t tell you how upset, angry and disappointed I am. I do mean it honestly and not in the literal sense how the place likes to market itself as being the most depressing place on earth.
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Sunday, 13 September 2015

Lifestyle: Blogging Events - Are They Worth It?

Blogging events - are they worth it
Hi ladies, what a week it has been! I’ve been to 8 blogging events within less than six days. Yes - 8! You may ask yourself how I managed, and more importantly, why would I do that. Before I updated my blog’s profile to ‘London-based’, opportunities to attend events were rare. It has all changed now and the invitations came flying in. I wanted to make the most out of an experience which I usually don't have. That's why I went extreme and attended one networking event after another. What is it like to go to a press conference? Who will I meet at a blogger party? Is it worth meeting up with a PR agency? 

My week has been super crazy. It was busy, it was fun, it was tiring, it was simply fantastic and I don’t regret a single moment of my marathon. My little crash course in blogging and networking events has been an experience which I’d like to share with you. 
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Friday, 11 September 2015

Fashion: Boho Autumn Style

autumn boho fashion
Hi ladies, how are you? With the closure of the Magnum store this Sunday, summer officially comes to end. I can’t believe how dry and sunny the weather has been here in London with a warm, crystal clear air. Autumn is here and it’s going to be nicer than the non-existent British summer.

When I say autumn, I can’t deny how excited I am for the days to come that require cosy knitwear and layers. Like last year, ponchos and blanket wraps will be my go-to fashion item in 2015 and I had the chance to wear it already. Though my woolly capes have to wait until chilly October, I used this very light version from George at ASDA* for today’s ootd.
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Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Lifestyle: I'm Turning Pro Brush Kit By L.A.B. 2

I'm Turning Pro brush kit Lab2Beauty

Hi ladies, how are you? I'm very excited to share with you the latest addition to my make-up bag. I was recently sent the stunning I'm Turning Pro L.A.B. 2 brush kit* which aims to address beauty professionals and beginners alike. 

When it comes to beauty I'm a total greeny. Somehow I missed that period in my teens when you hang out with your best girly friends and get all excited about the latest products. I got more into beauty in my mid-twenties, still a massive gap to fill and no bestie around to give me some lesson. So my basic knowledge is mostly based on blogger tutorials. Thanks internet!

Luckily there are make-up brands out there who take people like me with little beauty knowledge into consideration when they design a new product. It goes without saying that I got super excited when the L.A.B. 2 I'm Turning Pro Kit landed on my desk.
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Saturday, 5 September 2015

Fashion: Summer In The City. Dresden OOTD

Hippie Chic leather watch

It's summer time! It may rain and be cold in the UK, but summer hasn't stopped at home in Germany. Since the end of May, the weather has been phenomenal. We had lots of sunshine and barely any temperatures falling down the 25 degree mark. Just the way I like it! I went home for an extended bank holiday weekend to spent the time with my parents. During my stay I did some sightseeing in Berlin and Dresden.

Dresden is the capital of the county Saxony and also known as the 'Florence by the river Elbe'. This is because of its historic scenery which includes the Frauenkirche, Dresden castle and Opera House. The Zwinger, a barroque unit that hosts the antique treasures of Saxonian emperors and kings, has a beautiful garden. It was here where I sat down by the fountains and enjoyed a hot summer's day.
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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Fashion: Sky Garden OOTD

Sky Garden OOTD Fashion Post
Hi ladies, how are you? I revisited Sky Garden in Fenchurch Street and this time the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. Together with my friend Izas we enjoyed the warm and sunny afternoon on the viewing platform and also used the opportunity for a quick outfit shoot. Hope you’ll enjoy.
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Sunday, 30 August 2015

Lifestyle: The Fate of Ten. Lorien Legacies Book 6 Review

The Fate of Ten Lorien Legacies review

Hi everyone, for many YA fiction fans, August is the month that sees annually a new instalment of The Lorien Legacies released. This year the series was meant to come to an end with The Fate of Ten, but author James Frey revealed already in October 2014 that he will publish at least two more books to give the epic finale the room it deserves. After all, fans have seen the Garde fight and lose for more than 4 books – which felt a bit long and repetitive, so ideally it is their turn to fight back. The Fate of Ten* just landed on my desk earlier this week and I started reading straight away. Here comes my spoiler free review of The Fate of Ten.
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Friday, 28 August 2015

Lifestyle: The Impact Of Languages

EF International Language School London

Hi ladies, a school exchange to London in 1999 sparked my love for the UK. Back then as a teenager I was absolutely overwhelmed by the vibrant culture and energetic chaos that is London. The trip impacted my entire life and I dedicated all of my time to improve my English. The aim was to return to London after my A-Levels and in 2005 the time had finally come. I attended a private language school by EF. These days, my school which is only a short walk from Waterloo and Southwark station, has been in the news and also sparked nostalgia in me.

It has now been 10 years since I’ve finished my A-Levels with an ‘Outstanding’ in English. In autumn 2005, I would attend a private international language school in central London, run by EF. EF (education first) is a private organisation that offers language courses at their private schools spread across the globe and also organises Au-Pair opportunities to the US. I first heard about the Au-Pair programme but when I visited the EF HQ in Berlin for an Au-Pair interview, my attention was soon drawn to a brochure introducing the language courses. London was one of their top schools in Europe, so the US were very, very quickly forgotten.
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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Lifestyle: On Top Of Europe. The View From The Shard London.

The Shard London

Hi ladies, how are you? The weather has been so horrible in London lately, but rain and cold have not stopped me from exploring the vibrant city. My recent discovery brought me to The Shard* were I had an incredible time sightseeing together with my friend Serene.

If you wouldn’t know that The Shard is London’s latest addition, you would assume it has always been a part of the magnificent city skyline. The impressive building with its shiny, flawless glass front blends in so smoothly into the capital’s history that you wouldn’t believe that it has only been at London Bridge since 2012. In fact, the view from The Shard is one of the most memorable and enjoyable experience I’ve ever had and I’m going to tell you why.
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Monday, 24 August 2015

Fashion: A Handbag For The Oktoberfest

Wiesntascherl Oktoberfest
Copyright Dagmar Sassadeck. Photography: Dominik Schachten
With September just around the corner, German fashionistas prepare for the world famous Oktoberfest. Whilst the main action is concentrated in and around Munich, other cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne, Berlin and even London join into the season which celebrates fun, beer and of course fashion.
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Saturday, 22 August 2015

Fashion: Street Art Meets Chocolate. London OOTD

Bankside Fashion
Hi ladies how are you? You may have seen my #MOTDs over on Instagram and wondered why my ice cream consumption has shot up dramatically. Earlier this month I was very lucky to win a limited edition Holly Fulton for Magnum ice cream necklace over on Instagram. The necklace 'unlocks' the pleasure store in Covent Garden and allows the wearer to enjoy unlimited ice cream until mid September (that's when the shop closes). Have you been to the shop yet? It's a very unique experience and the ice cream combinations are so good and very hard to resist. I will definitely need to go on a strict diet from September onwards. 
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Thursday, 20 August 2015

Fashion: Black Chic For Bloggers Love Fashion Week

Bloggers Love Fashion Week Style Post
Hi ladies, Bloggers Love once again calls to the community to join their Bloggers Love Fashion Week event on 7th September in London. I've been to their events a few times including the Bloggers Love Hub Event in London, Bloggers Love Hub at Mahiki and their event back in March which I have featured in my Do's and Don'ts at blogging events. Though the events are known for being overcroweded I'm excited to go and to hopefully meet some of you lovelies in person. I will attend both sessions.
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Monday, 17 August 2015

Lifestyle: Life Lately In London 1

London Attractions

Hi ladies, how are you? This month I'm in London as I'm considering moving back here permanently. It's kind of a trial and testing period really and inbetween applying for zillions of jobs, I had the most amazing time in the capital lately. Here's what I've been up to.
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Saturday, 15 August 2015

Fashion: Covent Garden OOTD

Covent Garden fashion
Hi ladies, how are you? I'm back in London for the month and I'm seriously considering moving here permanently in September/October. As you know my partner Alex lives and works here and of course I'd like to be where he is. So I've been applying for zillions of jobs and in between enjoying the city. My friend Izas has recently moved from Spain to Manchester and came down to London for a few days. She is an amazing photographer and she was so kind to shoot the pictures for today's outfit post. Hope you'll enjoy :)
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Thursday, 13 August 2015

Fashion: In A German Garden OOTD

Fashion Leggings
Hi ladies how are you? Leggings made a big revival last year with the introduction of a very quirky but unique pattern: kaleidoscope! You may remember these little toy tubes filled with pearls, coloured glass, gems and little sequins that would create the most stunning patterns when the tube was rotated. Inside was a lens of a prism that would change the pattern and sequence of elements permanently. Kaleidoscopes have fascinated me since my childhood and the creation of unique and fleeting patterns has carried me away into a world full of wonders and imagination for hours.
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Monday, 10 August 2015

Fashion: Get, Set Gryffindor!

Harry Potter fashion post
Hi ladies, how are you? Yes it is time for me to share my love for Harry Potter and I insist that I am a true Gryffindor at heart (though Pottermore would like to sort me into Slytherin). How do I know that I belong to the brave and fearless? Well like Harry I love adventures and breaking the rules. Unconditional love and friendship are the most important values in my life and I do not fear to fight for my dreams.
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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Fashion: My Shoe Wardrobe. Summer Fashion 2015

summer shoe wardrobe fashion post
Hi ladies, do you remember my summer shoe post from a while ago? Well, a lot has happened on the shoe front ever since and I’d like to show you my latest finds and my new wardrobe.
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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Fashion: What Can I Wear To Work?

Work Wear Office Fashion
Lately I realised that I hadn’t had anything nice to wear for work, so a shopping spree with the focus on smart office clothes was inevitable. Usually the first address that comes into my mind when I look for professional outfits is either Next or Oasis but I feel that both retailers have become extremely difficult to shop in the current sale season with most desired items already gone (unless you fancy queuing from 5am onwards on the first day of the sales). However, after some research on the British High Street an alternative was found and the question ‘What can I wear for work?’ won’t haunt me for a while.
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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Lifestyle: Summer In Germany. And What It Means To Me.

sunflower field

It is the middle of summer and I keep seeing fashion bloggers posting autumn outfits over on Twitter. No, no, no! That is sooo wrong. I know the UK tends to be rainy and colder than central Europe but I will not accept autumn fashion posts in summer. It is July and some of my British friends even told me the other day, that they’ve lit their fireplaces! Unbelievable when you're boiling in 35 degrees! Time for me to get involved and to hopefully warm up everyone with today’s post and bring back summer (virtually).
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Thursday, 30 July 2015

Fashion: Liberty London OOTD

Fashion Post London Polka Dot Dress

Hi ladies, how are you? During my holiday in London I was lucky to spend an entire day with my friend Karen from StyleSunrise. We’ve met a few times before and we would have a busy day filled with blogging events and fun. On our way through central we went past the flower bouquets at Liberty’s and couldn’t resist to do a quick picture swap for ootds.
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Monday, 27 July 2015

Fashion: Canary Wharf Day Out #OOTD

Canary Wharf fashion post
Hi everyone, London is always worth a visit and now that my Alex has moved there, chances that I can return more often to the capital are very high. The trip was first and foremost to see him and spent some time together.
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Thursday, 23 July 2015

Lifestyle: I Scream Ice Cream. The Top 3 Places In London

ice cream places in london
Hi ladies, summer and ice cream are an unbeatable combination. If you follow me on Twitter and Instagram, then you will have already seen that I’m a passionate lover of all things cold and sweet. Now that the heatwave has come back to the UK it would be scandalous to not enjoy a cooling ice cream treat. Plus where there’s ice cream involved, there’s me! I’m going to show you the top three places where you can indulge into some fantastic ice cream opportunities in London.
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Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Film: What's Hot Or Not In July. Part 2

Amy Film review

Hi ladies, 'oh another film post' I can hear you say. Well, I left my June round up rather late, so I had to split my film review for July into two parts as I'm trying to catch up on films earlier this month. Said and done. I booked myself a cinema marathon of four films, of which I only managed three in the end, due to an emerging migraine. Magic Mike will be, however, added to the list later in the month, so keep watching this space.
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Saturday, 11 July 2015

Fashion: Functional Festival Wear

Functional and stylish Festival Wear

Hi ladies, how are you? Festival wear has to look stylish but at the same time needs to be functional in case of weather change. I promise this will be the last Glastonbury related post but I thought you might be interested in how my festival outfits worked out for me in the end. I've also included some more fashion ideas for your festival wardrobe and I hope you'll enjoy today's post.
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Thursday, 9 July 2015

Lifestyle: Glastonbury 2015. Part 2

Glastonbury summer 2015

Hi lovelies, I hope you’ve enjoyed the first instalment of my Glastonbury experience 2015. Let’s go back for one last time to the biggest music festival in the world and relive some of my highlights together. Shall we?
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Friday, 3 July 2015

Lifestyle: Glastonbury 2015. Part 1

Glastonbury ribbon tower

Hi ladies, finally after four years of trying to win the Glastonbury lottery, Alex managed to get us tickets for the biggest music festival in the world. He was lucky to snap them up in the resale in April and we spent an incredible weekend at Worthy Farm in Somerset on the last weekend in June.
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Thursday, 2 July 2015

Film: What's Hot And Not At The Cinema In July. Part 1

Spy Jurassic World Minions film review

Hi ladies, how are you all? Hope June has been an incredible month for you. I'm a bit late in joining the party for Jurassic World and in posting my monthly film reviews but I hope, you'll still enjoy today's post and have seen the one or other film at the cinema, too. So have your nachos at the ready and enjoy today's film post.
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Sunday, 28 June 2015

Fashion: Glastonbury Day 5

jumpsuit summer festival

Hello and welcome back ladies, it's the final day of Glastonbury and I'm pretty sure by now I'll smell pretty disgusting and won't look as glamorous as in the pictures. I try though! Here's my final Glastonbury festival look to inspire you.
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Saturday, 27 June 2015

Fashion: Glastonbury Day 4

poncho summer festival wear

Hello ladies, Day 4 is here and this is my second to last outfit. I hope the weather is as nice as I hoped for when I planned this outfit. Hope you'll enjoy!
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Friday, 26 June 2015

Fashion: Glastonbury Day 3

Glastonbury outfit

Hello lovelies!!! DAY 3 OMG I'm still at Glastonbury and hope the weather will be as nice as I'd thought when I planned this festival outfit. Jarvis joined me (obs he couldn't come to the festival) for the post. He's such a poser :) 
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Thursday, 25 June 2015

Fashion: Glastonbury Day 2

Glastonbury festival wear

Hello ladies, how is it going? Today will be the second day at Glastonbury. Yesterday was all about arrival and checking out the site so I'm quite excited to see more of the massive event location and explore stages and entertainment sites. Let the festival begin!
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