Mo

21

Mai

2012

Neuer Blog/New Blog

I´ve decided to move my blog, check it out;

http://new-york-city-girl.blogspot.de/

There won´t be any posts on here, ONLY on my new blog

 

Ich habe mich entschieden, mit meinem Blog umzuziehen, check it out;

http://new-york-city-girl.blogspot.de/

Hier werde ich nichts mehr posten, nur noch auf dem neuen

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Mo

21

Mai

2012

Back from Berlin

So I am back from Berlin...It was amazing, I´ve met some really nice ppl and had so much fun; I wore two Outfits to the wedding (see above) and it was really beautiful.

I am still tired and a bit sick, but THANK GOD I have two more days off.


What I am wearing

  • Skirt, Top, Blazer, Accessoires / H&M
  • Heels / Manolo Blahnik
  • Tights / Mango


Check out todays Outfit here and some News about my Apartment Hunt here.

Will be back w another post later , xoxo

 

 

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Di

15

Mai

2012

Off to Berlin..

So everyone, I off to Berlin now..YAY :)

Check out todays outfit here, I am gonna wear that to the Pre Wedding tomorrow...

Have a nice week, I will be back on Sunday, xoxo

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Mo

14

Mai

2012

Tomorrow...Berlin...Excited...

What I am wearing

  • Shoes, Trencoat, Sweater / H&M
  • Boots / Pimkie
  • Jeans / 3suisses

 

So everything is packed for tomorrow, but I have to get up early to catch the train. I will meet my friend at 9.30 o´clock. BUT, First I have to do my nails, take a shower, pack a few more things, make coffee and sandwiches...uuuhhh well I am so excited.

And this guy from this cigarette store texted me, we will have a date when I get back. This guy who moves here (first love of my life, well ok, I was 14 :) ), is maybe moving in with me first until he finds his own place. YAY everyhing is so GREAT right now - so happy :)

Check out the Outift from today here

I will post one more time tomorrow morning and then I will be back on Sunday, hopefully with a lot of pics :)...xoxo

 

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So

13

Mai

2012

Three Outfit´s for one Wedding

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So

13

Mai

2012

Staying at home sunday

What I am wearing

  • Dress, Necklace, Shoes, Jacket / H&M
  • Belt, Tights / Pimkie

 

Thats what I was wearing last night. It was great, we were watching soccer, and even though we LOST :( it was a great evening. Cute guys everywhere, but they were all drunk :D

check out todays Ootd here .

So today I will stay home and do NOTHING, tomorrow I will check out another apartment and watch BEL AMI. I wish you all a happy Sunday, a great Mothers day and an amazing weekend, xoxo

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Sa

12

Mai

2012

Only love youself - then you know what you´ve got

What I am wearing

  • Pants, Shirt, Scarf / 3suisses
  • Shoes, Jacket / H&M
  • White T / Mango

 

 

OMG you have NO idea what happend today...I woke up and I was still dreaming about that amazing apartment, but I got up anyway to meet my friend and we checked out an EVEN BETTER Apartment. i am so in love...And if we get the apartment, I told her she can have the room w the balcony, because my room has a WALK IN CLOSET!!!! Oh my gosh...I want that apartment, it´s just perfect...

Later we went to a little store midtown and bought cigarrettes and this guy who works there is so cute, I like to go there just to look at him. Well after we left the store I told my friend about it and she went back in to get his nr. :) So I may have a date tomorrow :)

check out todays Outift here (thats what I am gonna wear to my date)

I went back home to take a nap but I was so excited I really couldn´t sleep - and I can sleep ALWAYS and EVERYWHERE!!! LOL...

And I contacted my best friend again (we had a HUGE fight w not talking to each other and stuff) and now we are talking again which is good, I´ve really missed him.

So everything is perfect right now :) (except for money issues, but that´s not new)

So tonight we gonna party, thats will be fun...Have a nice weekend, xoxo

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Fr

11

Mai

2012

Berlin I am coming...

What I am wearing

  • Everything / H&M

 

It was so hot today, I had to work from noon til eight, and everybody told me that I will be FREEZING when I get home at 8. Well it´s still hot, but it looks like rain.

So what are your plans this weekend? I have to run some errands on sunday,  I will check out "Bel Ami" with Robert Pattinson on Monday, look at an apartment tomorrow (still hoping we´ll get the apartment from yesterday though) and on monday night I will start packing for berlin. So excited :)

Check out todays Outfit here and the stuff I bought here ( I know I should acctually save my money - I think I have a serious shopping problem :) )

Tomorrow I will meet an old friend and we will watch soccer and party a little, so I will be very busy this weekend, but I am off to Berlin on Tuesday. We will drive by car, which will be fun, I am making sandwiches and everything, my friend is driving. A wedding starting on Wednesday and will end on Friday (the party - not the Marriage :) ), thats gonna be fun

Have a fun weekend, I will be back on Sunday with more posts , xoxo

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Do

10

Mai

2012

Sun, new Clothes - what a great day

What I am wearing

  • Both Shoes / H&M
  • Skirt black/white, top / H&M
  • Dress / Gojane
  • grey Cardigan, Necklace / Flea Market
  • Glasses / no Idea, I´ve found them :)

The Outfit on the left I wore to work, the dress to my apointment to look at an apartment.

The Aparment is a DREAM!!! Really it´s perfect. The Location, the rooms, kitchen, everything. I am in Love...:) Sad thing is, 20 more ppl think the same, so the guy will tell me next week who will get the apartment...GOD I WANT THAT SOOO BAD!!!!

 

Check out the Oofd here , and look what the postman had for me today;

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Mi

09

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 9 - Marilyn Monroe

Born Norma Jean Mortenson (1926-1962) but baptised Norma Jean Baker in 1926, Marilyn Monroe´s early years were a confusion of life with her mentally ill mother, Gladys, and a succession of foster homes. Having been married off to a neighbour at the age of 16 to free her mother of responsibility for her, Norma Jean was encouraged to apply to a modelling agency while her husband, Jim, was away fighting during World War II. It didn't take long for her to become a successful model, file for divorce and set her sights on the ultimate prize, Hollywood.
Whether it was due to her tragically young death, her bodacious curves, or those full lips and flirtatious eyes, Marilyn’s legend extended far beyond the time of her passing, at the early age of 36.
Becoming a star, a sex symbol and a style icon seemed to be an effortless thing for Marilyn as she managed to capture everyone's attention wherever and whenever she made an appearance. Her feminine style, helped Marilyn Monroe become the personality and sex symbol she still is today. She managed to make herself pleasantly admired as she posed in different sensual and attractive postures like the infamous pose over the subway grating wearing a white dress. The femme fatale as most men would describe her, managed to increase her popularity when she sang Happy Birthday for the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy in 1962 wearing a beautiful sparkling tight fitting gown.
Almost 50 years after her death from a much-contested overdose of barbiturates, Marilyn Monroe remains the ultimate blonde bombshell: at once overtly sexual and hopelessly romantic, ruthlessly ambitious and heartbreakingly vulnerable. Her size 16 curves, platinum blonde curls and penchant for fur and diamonds provided the world with a new benchmark for glamour - one that remains to this day. Madonna and Christina Aguilera are only a few of the many modern celebrities who were inspired by her platinum blonde locks, red lips, and sexy aura. Today, her face is still plastered on everything from novelty lunch boxes, posters, and t-shirts, to license plates and key chains.
She would go on to marry twice more, to legendary ball player Joe DiMaggio and the playwright Arthur Miller, as well as being romantically linked to various other men in the public eye, most controversially, then US president JFK. But from the moment she died her naturally brunette hair to blonde in the early '40s to meet the demand for light-haired models, Marilyn was on track to fulfil her most famous role of all, that of an enduring fashion icon.
From that white dress in The Seven Year Itch to the pink satin gown of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (as parodied by Madonna in her Material Girl video), Marilyn's on-screen looks are the stuff of film and fashion lore. Off-camera, however, her style was just as on-the-money, whether she was posing in swimwear, glammed up for a premiere or working a casual look at home.
"I don't want to make money," Marilyn famously declared. "I just want to be wonderful." Read on to see her in the outfits that prove she achieved exactly that.

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Mi

09

Mai

2012

Summer´s coming...YAY

What I am wearing

  • Scarf, Shoes, Glases / H&M
  • Shirt / Mango
  • Pants / 3suisses

 

 

Its getting warmer every day...I am so happy because I LOVE Summer, its jus the best.

Time for great Outfits, shorts, skirts, maxidresses...Uhhh I am so happy right now.

We are looking at THREE apartments in the next few days so I am very excited. And

I also found my perfect Outfit for the wedding in Berlin next week (well, 3 of them, because the wedding will last 3 days :) ) i´ll post pics over the weekend.

Check out my Ootd here , I will post the next fashion icon later tonight...Have a nice and warm and sunny evening xoxo

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Di

08

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 8 - Jane Birkin

Jane Birkin (1946) Sticking two fingers up at bourgeois sartorial norms, Jane Birkin became one of the most famous women in France as a result of her relationship with singer Serge Gainsbourg. Her role in Blow Up (1966) established her as a pretty young thing who epitomised the style zeitgeist, and she sealed her notoriety when she and Gainsbourg recorded the duet  Je T'aime... Moi Non Plus in 1969.
Her penchant for going bra-less and wearing skirts so short they scarcely covered her rear end further enhanced her image as a free-spirited product of her time. After mentioning she couldn't find a handbag to suit her needs (her straw basket went everywhere with her), Hermès created a style especially to her requirements, and the Birkin bag was born. Her style is today revered by the likes of Alexa Chung and her daughters Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lou Doillon, all of whom emulate her boyish, sexy chic.
She made her debut playing a model in Michelangelo Antonioni’s controversial 1966 film Blowup. Although born and raised in London, Birkin then decided to move Paris to pursue a career in acting, modeling, and singing. She landed the lead female role in Slogan, despite her limited knowledge of the French language, where she met and starred with Serge Gainsbourg. The two soon began a long intimate relationship and recorded one of the first of many musical collaborations “Je t’aime… moi non plus.” The song featured erotic lyrics over the sexualized moans and groans of Birkin, causing quite a stir. Although many deemed the song too sultry for radio play, the scandal increased its popularity to make it a commercial hit throughout Europe.

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Di

08

Mai

2012

What did I wear today?!

What I am wearing

  • Jeans Jacket / Flea Market
  • Shoes/Earings/Shirt / H&M
  • Pants / 3suisses

 

Do you like it? I love how bright that pants is. I need more colored pants :)

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Di

08

Mai

2012

I´ve got everything I need except a man...

...and I am not one of these woman who thinks a man makes your life complete...

 

Sorry for the Quote, but it just describes my life right now....Well anyway, check out todays Outfit of the day here  -  it´s my ALL TIME favourite...

I am totally busy checking out apartments, making apointments, working or sleeping...MAN I am so tired. I cant wait for next week when we go to Berlin.

Well I can´t post for ONE WEEK - But, I will make that up I promise :) I am sure I´ll have a lot to tell when I get back.

DINNERTIME...Yummie
DINNERTIME...Yummie
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Mo

07

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 7 - Coco Chanel

Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel (1883-1971) may have very well been the most influential and innovative fashion designer to date. As Christian Dior put it: "With a black pullover and ten rows of pearls she revolutionized fashion." Not only is Chanel known for her little black dress and her No 5 fragrance, but also her classic and timeless suits, shoes, purses and jewelry. Her designs helped define women's fashion.

Despite the fact that Chanel did not have the breeding of the upper class, in 1912 she met the wealthy socialite, Arthur "Boy" Capel who helped her open her first hat shop in 1913. But her real break came in the early '20s during the Great Depression when Chanel, with the financial help of Capel, opened her first and now legendary shop at 31 rue Cambon.
Chanel was raised in a French orphanage. The simplistic and stark dress of the nuns and their environment influenced Chanel's designs. Her simple little black dresses, squarish suits, and almost boyish designs suits were vastly divergent from the confining and tight-fitting corsets and long dresses with petticoats. By the mid '20s, Chanel's comfortable and practical "working costume" designs flourished and she opened two boutiques: one in Paris and the other in Biarritz. Together these shops employed over 300 people. During this period, Chanel created her world-renowned No 5 fragrance.
In 1931, Chanel was hired by Samuel Goldwin for one million dollars to dress his stars, including Kathrine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor and Gloria Swanson. This lasted for a very short time, however, as many starlets refused her service. Later that decade, back in her hometown, Chanel designed and developed an array of costume jewelry inspired by the "art deco" movement of the '30s.
In 1939 after the fall of Paris, Chanel closed her boutiques and spent the next fifteen years of her life living in Switzerland exiled, due to her love affair with a Nazi officer. In 1954, Chanel decided to revamp her '30s designs. Some say that the popularity of Dior's "new" corseted look disgusted Chanel and gave her inspiration that had long been dorment. Once again, Chanel's designs flourished and she now was embraced by Hollywood starlets. In fact, Chanel spent much of the '50s and '60s working for various Hollywood studios, dressing the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Liz Taylor and Anne Baxter. During this time her clothing became very popular, especially in the United States.
Chanel passed away in 1971. Prior to her death, a custom Chanel suit or gown fetched as much as $12,000. In the early 80s designer Karl Lagerfeld took over the Chanel design house. Today, Lagerfeld incorporates modern designs with the already-established classic Chanel look.

The Chanel Suit

Whether it is a 1930s suit, 1960s suit, or a "millennium" suit, the classic Chanel suit has "boxy" lines. The typical suit also has braided trim and a slim skirt lined with a gold link chain. The buttons either resemble coins or are gold with the double "cc" logo displayed amid them. There is always a ribbon sewed in the waist of the skirt to prevent the blouse from slipping and the zipper is placed on the side of the skirt to enable comfort. In a sense, wearing a Chanel suit is like wearing a customized ornate costume, made to fit so that when the wearer moves, the suit still maintains perfect grace and elegance.
To accessorize this classic suit, an excessive array of pearls, genuine and costume, simple and gold intertwined is often worn. A classic quilted Chanel handbag with the CC logo and gold shoulder would hang over the shoulder, and Chanel's trademark two-tone pumps or ballet flats would be worn on the feet.

Today the average cost of a Chanel suit is $5,000 and can only to be purchased at Chanel boutiques or at high-end department stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue. Although details such as exquisite fabrics, bias cuts and hand sewing contribute to the high cost, Chanel was a firm believer that if the costs of her products was high, then her obsessively perfect designs would truly be valued.

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So

06

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 6 - Bianca Jagger

Bianca Jagger (1945) The beautiful Nicaraguan human rights campaigner is still one of, if not the most stylish women alive. During the 1970s and early '80s, Bianca was the pin-up girl of the jet-set, working the rock chick androgyny look with her floppy hat, skinny mannish jackets and boot-cut flares. She famously rode a white horse to the trendy nightclub Studio 54 (she was wearing Halston) for her 30th birthday in 1977 but is most famous for the ivory Yves Saint Laurent trouser suit she wore to marry Mick Jagger, in St Tropez, in 1971. Without a bra. "Everyone thinks I was making a deliberate fashion statement by wearing the jacket without a shirt, but they didn't realise I was pregnant with Jade (Jagger, the jewellery designer). The shirt was too tight."

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So

06

Mai

2012

Sunday, doing nothing

My weekend in pics
My weekend in pics

I am still tired from yesterday, the Girlsnight lasted longer than I thought. Well and the apartment wasn´t for us. That means continue looking...I´ve never thought that it would be so hard to find an apartment

Check out the Ootd here and later I will post my next Fashion Icon

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Sa

05

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 5 - Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly (1929-1982) She had ‘it'. Everything. All-American beauty, model proportions, great movie roles, glacial sex appeal, fairytale marriage to Prince of a minor monarchy and a Hermès bag named after her. But most of all she had style. Whatever she wore both on and off-screen, she adapted to her own unique look - uptown preppy-meets-smouldering siren. Kelly, a former model, loved clothes. Director Alfred Hitchcock hired Edith Head, Hollywood's most elite costume designer, to lure her away from doing a Broadway show playing opposite Marlon Brando, in order to star in Rear Window. Best Kelly onscreen fashion moments include The Philadelphia Story, Mogambo, and To Catch A Thief. And she never looked less than perfect off screen wearing casual Dior white shirt and jodhpurs or Chanel twinset and suit. The Hermès Kelly bag still has a legendary waiting list five decades on. Mika sang a song about her. Was there was ever a more apt title than, her serene highness Princess Grace? Just one: fashion icon.

 

My Opinion - she is w. Bridget Bardot the most pretty woman ever

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Sa

05

Mai

2012

Girls Night In!

What a day. Sun, Rain, Sun and Rain again. Right now its sunny after sooo much rain. Well I had to work today, just got home, got ready, cooked dinner for the girls, now I am waiting for them. Can´t wait :) Tomorrow we will look at an apartment - so excited!!!

Check out todays Ootd here

 

What I am wearing

  • Jacket / Pimkie
  • Top, Shoes / H&M
  • Necklace, Pants / 3suisses

Sorry couldn´t post a better pic, but I kinda like it. Do you???

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Fr

04

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 4 - Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992) is known for her unconventional style and for constantly reinventing herself. No one ever suited androgyny more or wore it better than Dietrich (not even Madonna). She was acutely aware of image. Although she towered over most pint-sized actresses she felt her legs weren't great so came up with a style that would make her stand out and keep her pins hidden. When she first appeared in a severe mannish suit and beret, Paris society booed her - then they copied her. Wide shouldered masculine suits became a signature, along with full-on almost drag queen make-up. Here was a woman being a man being a woman. Many of her suits were designed by Elsa Schiaparelli who exaggerated the shoulder line starting a new trend. "Her masculinity appeals to women and her sexuality to men," the British theatre critic, Kenneth Tynan, once said. Feather boas, plucked eyebrows, lip gloss, back satin and sweeping floor length coats are still considered ‘very Marlene'.Known for her exotic looks and glamorous wardrobe, alternatively covering herself in furs or rocking masculine tuxedos, she has been named one of the greatest female stars of all time.

Marlene has become famous for her decision to wear masculine tailoring in the 1920s, often incorporating her suits and tuxedos into the wardrobes of her characters, giving her an androgynous look. Far from the norm, Marlene’s decision to wear men’s clothing would have been deemed shocking at the time, while now she inspires a glam, dressed-up look with celebrities like Dita von Teese mimicking her top hat and tails style.

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Fr

04

Mai

2012

Everything in life has been figured out, except how to live

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Do

03

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 3 - Jackie Kennedy

During her husband's presidency, Jacqueline Kennedy (1929-1994) became a symbol of fashion for women all over the world. She retained French-born American fashion designer and Kennedy family friend Oleg Cassini in the fall of 1960 to create an original wardrobe for her as First Lady. From 1961 to late 1963, Cassini dressed her in many of her most iconic ensembles, including her Inauguration Day fawn coat and Inaugural gala gown as well as many outfits for her visits to Europe, India and Pakistan. In her first year in the White House, Kennedy spent $45,446 more on fashion than the $100,000 annual salary her husband earned as president. Her clean suits with a skirt hem down to middle of the knee, three-quarter sleeves on notch-collar jackets, sleeveless A-line dresses, above-the-elbow gloves, low-heel pumps, and famous pillbox hats were an overnight success around the world that quickly became known as the "Jackie" look. Although Cassini was her primary designer, she also wore ensembles by French fashion legends such as Chanel, Givenchy, and Dior. More than any other First Lady her style was copied by commercial manufacturers and a large segment of young women.

In the years after the White House, her style changed dramatically. Gone were the modest "campaign wife" clothes. Wide-leg pantsuits, large lapel jackets, gypsy skirts, silk Hermès head scarves and large, round, dark sunglasses were her new look. She often chose to wear brighter colors and patterns and even began wearing jeans in public. Beltless, white jeans with a black turtleneck, never tucked in, but pulled down over the hips, also was a fashion trend that she set.

Throughout her lifetime, Kennedy acquired a large collection of exquisite and priceless jewelry. Her triple-strand pearl necklace designed by American jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane became her signature piece of jewelry during her time as First Lady in the White House. Often referred to as the "berry brooch," the two fruit cluster brooch of strawberries made of rubies with stems and leaves of diamonds, designed by French jeweler Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co., was personally selected and given to her by her husband several days prior to his inauguration in January 1961. Schlumberger's gold and enamel bracelets were worn by Kennedy so frequently in the early and mid-1960s that the press called them "Jackie bracelets". His white enamel and gold "banana" earrings were also favored by her. Kennedy wore jewelry designed by Van Cleef & Arpels throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Her sentimental favorite was the wedding ring given to her by President Kennedy, also from Van Cleef & Arpels.

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Do

03

Mai

2012

So much to do...

What I am wearing

  • Shoes, Top / H&M
  • Jeans / 3suisses
  • Necklace / H&M

 

I wore it NO Jacket bc it was so sunny today - that means SUMMER IS COMING!!! YAY

I will post my 3rd Fashion Icon later tonight. I still look at that blog from this girl from LA, and she did a "30 days 30 ways Jeans & white T-Shirt" challenge, and I love it. Check it out here.

 

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Mi

02

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 2 - Twiggy

The sixties were a time of cultural evolution.  Music and Art became a voice for that generation.  People like Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and Andy Warhol would become the forerunners in this new movement. This time spawned a new fashion icon: Twiggy.

At the age of sixteen, Twiggy became known as the world’s first supermodel.  Made famous by her boyish looks and doe eyes, Twiggy was named “the face of ‘66” by the Daily Express. She became the most photographed face in the world.  Her images graced the covers of Vogue, Tatler, Her Mod, Mod Teen World and many others. Her photograph was even encased in a time capsule and sent into space.

In recent years Twiggy has spoken out against the trend of waif-thin models, explaining that her own thin weight as a teenager was natural: "I was very skinny, but that was just my natural build. I always ate sensibly – being thin was in my genes."
Her style encompassed all that was “mod.” The “mod” styles of the 60s are still a part of our fashion world today.

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Mi

02

Mai

2012

nice and sunny...

 

Today it was soooo warm and I´ve almost died in these boots. I love them, don´t get me wrong, but I had to walk to work today and they are like 13 cm...

But, do you like the Outfit???

What I am wearing

  • Scarf, Pants, Necklace / H&M
  • Shirt / Mango
  • Boots / Online shop here
  • Jacket / Pimkie

Well and I, or we - my friend and I, made the decision to stay here in Stuttgart, this time for real...I am so happy...So right now we have to find a great apartment. Thats gonna be stressfull. Well...For more information check out the news...And the Outfit of the day here

I will post my 2nd Fashion Icon later . stay tuned....

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Di

01

Mai

2012

My Fashion Icon Nr. 1 - Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn (1919-1993) is one of the most famous fashion icons of the last century and her simple yet fabulous sense of style is admired to this day.
Female First take a look at what makes Audrey Hepburn so great and show you how to steal her sexy screen siren look.
In Breakfast At Tiffany's Audrey showed us the brilliance of the little black dress. The Givenchy creation she wore in the film is one of the most famous film costumes ever and it's that image that pops into most people's head when they think of her.
Audrey loved simple cuts with clean cut lines that showed off her gorgeous tall and slim figure. She was very different from the curvy Marylin Monroe and Lauren Bacall that came before and all the top designers loved to dress her doll-like body.
The Breakfast at Tiffany's look is easy to recreate and can translate through any fashion generation. Here's what we created from the offerings on the high street this season.
As well as the infamous Tiffany outfit, Audrey also brought capri pants to the wardrobes of the masses. Films such as Funny Face and Sabrina saw her showing off her playful side in cropped pants and flat ballet shoes.
Audrey loved to create great silhouettes and was particularly fond of turtle necks and fitted trench coats. She rarely wore any bright colours or bold prints but preferred to keep things low key accessorising black dresses with wide belts and coloured scarves- a trend that is just as popular at the moment.
Hubert Givenchy was one of Audrey's favourite designers and he created the wardrobe for many of her most famous films including Breakfast at Tiffany's, Funny Face and How to Steal a Million.

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Di

01

Mai

2012

Holiday and the sun´s out...

It is such a nice warm day today and I don´t have to work , which is great. But I don´t have any plans today so I am gonna stay on my couch :)

Check out the last 2 Outfits of the day here and here

I didn´t really post anything interesting in the last few days (sorry about that :( ) well I´ve decided to talk about fashion icons. For the next 10 days I´ll post pics and write about woman who have inspired me and the rest of the world. I will start later, promise, now I have to cook some lunch, but I will be back :) Have a nice sunny day everyone, xoxo

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So

29

Apr

2012

Lazy Sunday

Well I wasn´t really home today, I wanted to meet for coffee w a friend after work on saturday, just for a few hours. Well we then met some other friends and partied all night...Didn´t plan that :) So check out the last 2 Outfits of the day here

 

I´ve made some muffins today, they are my fav. I used to make them when I was living in the states for my kids..These muffins are DELICIOUS, try them :)

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/3 cup butter, melted
  •  
  • 1/4 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup butter, melted

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease muffin cups or line with paper muffin liners.
  2. In a medium mixing bowl, stir together flour, 1/2 cup sugar, baking powder, nutmeg and salt. Make a well in the center of the mixture. Stir together egg, milk and 1/3 cup melted butter. Add egg mixture to flour mixture; stir until just moistened (batter may be lumpy). Spoon batter into prepared muffin cups.
  3. Bake in preheated oven for 20 to 25 minutes. Meanwhile, combine 1/4 cup sugar, cinnamon When muffins are finished baking, dip tops of muffins in the melted butter, and then in the cinnamon sugar mixture. Serve warm.
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Fr

27

Apr

2012

Good times, bad times

I am sorry that I couldn´t blog yesterday, I had a date with my friend :) Check out the News here , also 2 Outfits of the day here .

Yesterday was like the best and the worst day of my life...I crashed at work and had the most amazing date...WELL that was just a weird day, I´ve decided to cut out that day and I won´t think about it ever again...

 

EVERYBODY is talking about colored pants right now, and I am soooo in love with them. I would like to have them in every color, but I only have 3 (grey, bright red and yellow)

You can wear them w almost everything. For the dark colors I love black or grey and white, and with the lighter colors I mostly wear a grey tank. Do you have some?

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Mi

25

Apr

2012

Wednesday? Check!!!

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