Ever since I started working full time, which exactly has been four years ago, I understood why people are always looking so much forward to the weekend. When you’re at university, it does not really matter what day it is; you could decide to take the Tuesday as your day off, if you wanted to. But once you enter the work force, Saturdays and Sundays and wearing comfy home wear are everything you look forward to – even more if you have a high intensity job that leaves you drained by the end of the week.
The two most valuable days of the week
Saturday and Sunday become the most valuable ones of the week. You can spend them however you want to. You can fill them up with sporty, creative or social activities, using the time for your passions. Activities that make you feel alive again. And that is what I usually do.
However, there are those weekends where you feel that your (mental and physical) battery is simply empty. Giving 100% during the week and then engaging in high-energy activities every weekend, can just leave you drained after a while. And those weekends exist to simply relax. To do nothing. To not leave the house. To order food. To stay on the couch all-day.
All you want is just to feel comfortable. And comfort also means wearing something that makes you feel warm, cared for and all snuggled up. Loose shapes, soft materials, neutral colors. Something that is picking up the relaxed vibe that you are going for on this particular chill weekend. You know exactly the feeling I am talking about, don’t you?
Comfy clothes for cozy weekends
Recently I found Land’s End, who I partnered up with for this Blog Post. I chose two super cozy shirts from their online shop. They arrived all wrapped up in a cute box – one is a long-arm polo shirt and another one is this cool denim-look sweater. Both can be worn super comfy combined with soft black leggings, or shorts for the warmer days.
I really love these kinds of weekends; especially when it’s a rainy day – so you don’t feel guilty about not leaving the house. You might not have the coolest stories to tell on Monday morning to your colleagues, but at least you are back at energy level 100% for the next weeks and exciting weekends that are ahead of you.
I believe it’s no secret that fall is everybody’s favorite season for fashion. With temperatures not too high – so that you simply want to stay in your bikini all day at the pool – but also not too low – so that you simply want to wrap yourself in a blanket and not leave the house – there comes a plethora of outfit combinations that you can explore. Yes, it’s that time to be experimental and creative, especially when it comes to layering. No need to compromise between your favorite camisole and your chunky knit, as it’s the combination that creates the perfect look. Plus, who doesn’t love those warm earth tones that blend in so beautifully with the changing colors of the leaves of the trees?
My love declaration for autumn is obvious, but what I really want to share with you today are my favorite trend pieces this fall/winter 2021 season. In collaboration with NA-KD I am showing you some key pieces or “must-haves” that should not be missing in your wardrobe this (but also next!) seasons – as you should know, I do not buy pieces for one season only. For me it’s important that I can make long-term value out of the garments I buy. Anyway, let’s hit it off!
today I would like to introduce you to a new brand – or to be precise a rebranded brand – and show you one of my favorite looks from their first collection. The founders of the back-then brand Tigha were on a mission to create the best leather jackets, and this is eventually what they became known for for the last decade. But as we know, times are changing rapidly and so are consumers needs and tastes. Companies that wake up too late to respond to these changes will find themselves left behind. And that’s why Tigha decided to evolve into Young Poets Society.
Except for during my little Emo-phase when I was a teenie, I never really was a big sneakers girl. I used to be Ms Leather Shoes all the way for many years – probably also because I associated sneakers with being a confused teenager – until I moved to Berlin in 2016. During that time I realised how many different sneaker brands and models are out there (besides Vans Slippers) and at some point the mere exposure effect kicked in: I started seeing sneakers everywhere and quickly I couldn’t resist but buy own pair. This is how I rediscovered how it feels to wear truly comfortable shoes, and I obviously loved it! Since then, I keep investing into a new pair of sneakers every now and then. Recently, a new pair joined the family: The Air Max 270 by Nike. In this post I will tell you how to combine them in different ways and why I love them!
I know guys, it has been ages since I last updated my blog. But as you know yourself by now Instagram has become the number one platform for Fashionbloggers – or as we call them today Influencers – and I finally decided to go with the flow and invest more time into Instagram. Of course the level of quality on Instagram is a whole different level and not comparable with the high res photos you find mainly on blogs. But that’s just how our generation is I guess. We want it quick, and we want it now, even if we have to compromise on quality.
When my bestie Vivien moved to New York in winter 2016, I knew this meant that I am going to have a second (or rather third) home to stay – yay! Back then, I always dreamed of going to New York and find out whether the big Apple really was how it is always portrayed in the movies. So I went to visit her in March last year, and of course, being the geeky tourist that I am, I made her go to all the famous places (that she had already seen 1000times) with me – Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge… Well, you have to cover the New York basics first, don’t you?! I was overwhelmed by the vibrancy of the city and I absolutely loved it. Anyway, I promised that I will come again to visit… and this is exactly what I have done only a few weeks ago! This time however, things were a little bit different …
I really don’t know what took me so long to finally take some photos at the most famous place in Copenhagen – Nyhavn! Yes, its the spot at the water with „all those colorful houses“ everyone always talks about. And yes, I absolutely love it there, too! Although I am living here now for half a year and I really do not feel like a tourist anymore, it still feels weird realizing that I live in Scandinavia now. If you would have asked me two years ago, Denmark would probably not even be on the list of potential places to live in next for me. Continue Reading
I am the spontaneous kind of person. I never thought that I would be able to say that as I was pretty shy and rather insecure as a teenager. But the many times I got thrown into the cold water just made me realize that not everything needs careful preparation nor a detailed plan – „just doing it“ might be exactly the right starting point. Besides, spontaneity is is simply way more exciting, and I love that! So… booking trips to diverse places has become my favorite spontaneous thing to do. Also, spontaneously putting outfits together, like this female suit, has turned out to be just so, so right! Let me tell you about it …
I must admit, these photos were taken within an intense study session, realizing that it might be time for my first post in 2018. But you guys know how it is around Christmas and New year’s … it’s basically the only real break in the whole year and with all the heavy and good food you just get lazy, and lazy, and lazy. And then you wake up, noticing you gotta go back to life and all the responsibilities, which actually feels quite refreshing after days of being a useless, inactive person, haha. So since I’m back in Copenhagen I am back to my student/blogger/somuchmore life. Continue Reading
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