Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Outfit - Stella McCartney Falabella Tassle Bag

Last weekend, Chris and I decided to do go to Bath and stay there in a hotel. The hotel was so lovely that I will make a separate post this week.
When we were living in Germany, we did not go on a lot of journeys to see the country, which is really sad. We lived there for so long (I'm German) and we know so little about Nuremberg - the city where we last lived.
This time we want to do things differently.

On the first day it was very, very rainy, but on Sunday the weather was beautiful. Here are some images of what I wore during we were experiencing Bath.

This outfit shows very well how much I like mixing it all up. Over the years I've always been a loyal Zara customer and can't imagine not buying there. They belong to Inditex which own other brands like Bershka and Massimo Dutty as well. In Nuremberg there was Zara only, no other brands from Inditex. London gives me access to all brands that I could think of and I love having this choice.

Even though I love Zara, I prefer bags from a designer brand. I don't know if it is really true, but I somehow think that they have a better quality. As I did not find a designer clutch that I like, I wear different non-designer clutches when I go to a wedding or so (okay, I have one from Y-3).

Since I follow UpCloseAndStylish on Instagram, I want to try Rag and Bone jeans. I tried them on in the store and I think they are one of the best jeans brands I've ever tried. Unfortunately the color wasn't for me, but I will definitely get a pair very soon. Before, I always bought a pair of Zara jeans every season (since about four years), thinking that I will buy some from a different brand as well. But they are just so good that I never had to.

End of last year I finally found the perfect leather jacket. After having tried so many (some where even around 800£), my choice was a ridiculously inexpensive one. From Bershka. On my way home from work, I just quickly went in to 'have a look' (I only have two shirts from Bershka). It has the perfect fit. The leather is really nice and smooth (of course not as thin and butter soft as a really expensive one, but good quality), it has this 'worn' shine that I love and looked for. I'm very happy with it and would even say that it was one of my best buys in 2013 (hello, this ranks at a similar level to the Burberry coat).


Am vergangenen Wochenende hatten Chris und ich uns engschlossen uns Bath anzusehen. Unwer Hotel, das Royal Cresent war unglaublich schön. Leider hatte ich mich nicht  ausreichend informiert - es hat nämlich auch ein überwältigend schönes Spa und ich reiste ohne Bikini an! Wir wohnen nun schon über ein halbes Jahr in England und haben uns leider noch nicht besonders viel angesehen. Das muss geändert werden!

Ich hatte mir dieses Jahr fest vorgenommen geplanter einzukaufen. Soll nicht heißen, dass ich etwa vernünftig werden würde und einsehen dass ich eigentlich genug Taschen habe, sondern dass ich mir überlege was ich möchte und nicht wie eine Furie bei Harrod´s oder Selfridges die Leute wie bei einem American Football Spiel aus dem Weg räume, sobald ich etwas schönes sehe. Das wird auch weiterhin wohl nicht ganz zu vermeiden sein, jedoch ging ich neulich äußerst geplant zu Stella McCartney, um mir meine lang ersehnte Falabella zu holen. Geplant war eine normale, glatte schwarze oder graue. Die Verkäuferin meinte allerdings dass sie da noch etwas im Lager hätte, das wie für mich gemacht wäre. Ich höre eigentlich nie auf gutgemeinte Ratschläge (das wird mir vor allem dann immer klar, wenn ich Bilder von mir in meiner „Selbstfindungsphase“ im Alter von ca. 7-15 Jahren finde), doch das eine Mal machte ich eine Ausnahme als sie mit „IHR“ wiederkam. Da ich mir am gleichen Tag schon die Suede Booties gekauft hatte und diese unglaublich gut dazu passen… Ja… Ihr wisst was ich meine.








Stella McCartney Prada Suede Booties

Stella McCartney Prada Suede Booties

Stella McCartney Prada Suede Booties



Shirt SANDRO PARIS
Jeans ZARA
Leather Jacket BERSHKA
Boots PRADA (SIMILAR HERE)