As it was highly requested, here comes my Santorini Vlog Part 3! I hope you like it and cannot wait for your feedback :) Let me know if you always want to follow my trips this way from now on? I will be on vacation more often in the next couple of weeks and it should definitely be fun for you to watch it in a video as well, right? Let me know and enjoy your evening lovelies :) PS: If you have any questions about Santorini do not hesitate to ask! :)
I looove to randomly find photos on my laptop which I forgot about but actually love. Such as these images which my babe Sarah shot in our apartment in Bondi of me (a couple of weeks ago) before we headed to the Bec & Bridge show during Fashion Week Australia. Continue Reading
(Shorts types from left to right: Bandits, Rollers, Rollers, Bonitas)
One Teaspoon denim shorts are super popular at the moment. (around 100 AUD in Australia, if you order them via asos.com or revolve you pay around 100 EUR) It is an Australian brand and offers so many different shapes, fits, washes, colors.. However, heaps of you struggle with sizing though and always ask me to give advice on it. There are a lot of different types of shorts and I listed the most common ones as well as my favorites. Also: I have linked all the shorts as well!
1. „Bandits“: Low waist/Relaxed fit/Slim hip/Rigid denim – comes with zip or buttons
2. „Rollers“: Slim low waist/Relaxed fit/Low rise/Slim hip/Raw dramatic curve hem – comes with zip or buttons
3.„Bonitas“: Very low waist/Relaxed fit/Slim hip/Raw dramatic curve hem – comes with zip or buttons
4. „Trashwhores“: Slim low waist/Low rise/Smalles and most fitted shorts – comes with zip
5.„Hawks“: High waist version of „Bandits“ – comes with buttons
..just to name a few.
My favorites are definitely the „Rollers“ and „Bandits“ and I am wearing size 26 for both, but I could go with size 27 as well to get a more loose fit! (My Hip Measurement: 92 cm)
„Rollers“ should be worn low, as they look best this way. The rise is super low, which make them look boyrfriend-ish and although the dramatic curve hem makes them a bit cheeky, the super low rise at the back makes sure to not show the bootey :D The same with „Bandits“, except the fact that they do not have the dramatic curve ham as the „Rollers“. I personally do not like the „Bonitas“ as they are pretty short and too tight for me, I bought a 26 without trying, and they are way to small for me as they are very low-waisted as well. But if you like this kind of style definitely make sure to go one size bigger!!
Hope I could help you and if you are having any questions do not hesitate to ask me!! Talk to you soon,
I am normally not the type of girl who likes to wear skirts, even though I love when other girls wear them, but this time I made an exception as I found this denim one recently which looks vintage and really cool in my opinion. Do you like it? As this piece is an eye-catcher already, I wanted to keep everything else simple (okay, except for the bag :D). Continue Reading
As many of you know I spent almost 6 months in Australia (most of it in Sydney) and sadly only started to film towards the end of my trip. I have been filming with my Snapchat app, this is the reason why the quali is not the best but anyways, I saved all of my snap stories to later be able to create a couple of vlogs as a summary for you. In this video you will see how Sarah and have been attending shows during Australia Fashion Week and some funny situations as well :) If you guys have any questions about Australia in general, do not hesitate to ask me :) I am also planning my next trip to OZ already and can’t wait to spend Xmas and NYE there. PS: Don’t worry, I know I look a bit pregnant in the green dress, it is just its shape but still many of you have been asking me :D lol ..it is from aussie designer Zhivago
After arriving to Greece one day later than expected (due to an important meeting in Graz) Zorana and I spent the first night at Alti Suites which is located in Megalochori. Zorana actually arrived a day earlier and spent the night in Athens, which I sadly did not visit :( (But I will in August for sure!) Continue Reading
Everyone has a comfort zone of which we rarely want to step out. Especially when it comes to what we wear, we automatically choose pieces, that are ’safe‘. I love to try out new styles, colors, patterns, etc. but I have to admit: I also do have my kinda comfort zone and loooove to wear my typical style over and over again (basically very casual with some vintage details, a bit of ‚rock n roll‘ and Chucks). Why am I telling you this: basically because I wanted to pull this orange dress off with nude heels and a pretty basic bag and shades (as I would basically wear this kind of dress to a summer/cocktail party with a high bun maybe). Thanks to Zorana, who kind of pushed me to combine the color pink with this outfit, I stepped out of my comfort zone. I must admit, I felt super uncomfortable because this was just not me: Round, orange/pink sunglasses, pink bag with an orange dress and leo flats. But.. the longer I was wearing it I kind of felt better and better until I actually started to love this! What do you think? And what kind of style is your ’safe zone‘? Let me know!
PS: My second Santorini Vlog is currently uploading, make sure to check it out later HERE.
Talk to you soon,
Dress Piper Lane / Flats Nine West / Bag Valentino / Shades Matthew Williamson for Linda Farrow Photos: Zorana
Yesterday was a really stressful day. I had to fly back to Vienna for the BIK BOK flagship store opening in Mariahilferstrasse and almost missed the flight, since I underestimated how busy it will be at the airport. Santorini’s airport is really small and it was totally packed when I arrived there. The flight was pretty relaxed until a really uncomfortable incident: A lady brought her dog on the plane, which was stored in a small bag. During the flight she took him out of the bag and the poor dog started to be stressed and started to be very hectic. The lady probably wanted to put him back into the bag and the dog bit her pretty bad. It was such a crazy situation as she was yelling at the dog and all three flight attendants been trying to manage the situation for over half an hour but couldn’t. I felt so sorry for the dog as it has obviously not been his fault. However, after landing I had to rush to the event, which was AMAZING. I have never experienced a better opening. Anyways, I took the first flight back to Thira the next morning as I was too excited to finally check into our last hotel called Tsitouras Collection. How epic does out TC Villa look? Zorana and me took the chance to take some outfit posts in front of it. Do you like them? (Outfit Details Below)
PS: My Santorini Video Part 1 is currently uploading, make sure to check it out HERE later today!
Talk to you soon
Shirt Bik Bok / Shorts Runwayscout / Bag Proenza Schouler via FORZIERI / Sandals Zara / Shades Ray Ban Photos:Zorana