Sunday, March 23, 2014

Snowboard mini breaks

I do have a lot of other interests besides fashion - sports, for example ;) I've been on two snowboard mini breaks in the past few weeks enjoying some quality time with my friends, colleagues and my babe, hence the silence on the blog. But now I am ready to share some pictures with you :)
Our first trip was to Lech/Zürs in Austria and I must say that it has been my favorite ski region so far. I was especially impressed by the long slopes. The second trip's destination was the ultimate après-ski region Ischgl, where we had fun on the slopes and at the apès-ski party in the legendary Trofana Alm drinking Champagne from mugs and dancing on the bar.
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Friday, March 14, 2014

The jeans-blazer-heels combo

I will never ever get tired of this whole jeans-blazer-heels combo and I am extremely happy that I have a job where this is the perfect "uniform" for a meeting. No need for a conservative pantsuit - hooray :)
Yesterday I was in the mood for a new spring color and decided to wear my new T by Alexander Wang linen and silk shirt I bought in New York. The pinkish color is one of my favourite shades and fits perfectly to my Balenciaga bracelet. The blazer is from The Kooples, the denims are my favorite AG jeans and the shoes are from the one and only master of high-heels: Christian Louboutin.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Plaid shirt meets leather pants and cut-out boots


Finally I can show you a new look on the blog :) I got myself a new plaid shirt at Uniqlo in NY and some Current Elliott leather pants - they are so comfy and easy to wear. And they are just the perfect match for my Balenciaga Ceinture cut-out boots.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

NY - what and where to shop


New York is a great city for a shopping spree. You can buy anything you want, but the trick is to know the right places and get bargains, because otherwise the city can be overwhelming. This is why I put together this small personal shopping guide for you. Just a few tips and recommendations, which will be continued after my next trip to the city this spring :D