As a self-respecting cyclist (Munich is small enough to cover all roads with the bike), a narrow-cut skirt is not really the most practical piece of clothing. But at the moment the roads are snowy or frozen and there even the bike stays at home. A fantastic opportunity to use one of my favorite skirts. For me – and probably the colleagues in the editorial department – a welcome change to the jeans of the last few weeks. I am already looking forward to the feedback on my current office outfit.
Sure, this look is not just an office outfit. Thanks to the wonderfully comfortable (vegan!) Budapest shoes of Bahatika, this look can now accompany me everywhere. Kilometers. And if it is soon again less Siberian cold, exactly this will happen. What I particularly like? The combination of ultra-feminine parts, such as the blouse with the lace boho collar and the narrow skirt to the masculine-inspired shoes and KARINFRAIDENRAIJS’s gleefully knitted sweater. Styling alternatives: With heel booties, I like the office outfit very well – but they have to wait for the next vernissage.
Sweater ||| The incomparably great knit collection from Lama- and Alpakawool of KARINFRAIDENRAIJ I discovered at random at the Munich Press Open. What can I say? One piece was more beautiful than the other. Her cuts are perfect, the patterns are true works of art. As a Mariniére fan, it was clear that the strip sweater from cuddly-soft Cashlama would be an all-time favorite with me. Unfortunately, it is now not available. But here you will find the other lasting favorite pieces of KARINFRAIDENRAIJ. Psst: In the coming fall / winter collection there will be the strip pullover as a knitbody…
Thanks Cashlama and loden felts the outfit is gorgeous winterwarm
Skirt ||| As a real mountain and nature friend I love felt. Exactly loden felts. I have Janker, Jackets and a skirt from this magnificent material. This one is neither sustainable, nor available somewhere, because I have it for so long. But I have found fantastic replacement that I would buy right away, if I wouldnt have this already. The Pencil-Skirt (straight in the sale for 104 Euros) by Wunderwerk is made of coarse chubby wool and producedf sustainable in Portugal. Discover here
Blouse ||| The blouse has long been one of my favorite pieces. The plisee folds do not appear at all here, but the delicate Peter Pan collar is also always an eyecatcher. Well, I’ve been looking for a long time until I’ve found a suitable, sustainable replacement for you. But, tadaaa … I’ve found it: there is a beautiful, black Peter Pan collar from Plauen lace
I love the light break: masculine shoes meet feminine lace corset
Jacket ||| A treasure from a Burda Style sale. All pieces, which are shown with cut patterns in the magazine, are sewn exactly once for the photo. Afterwards, there is an employee sale. Sorry, so a single piece. I love the combo from sporty college cut and cuddly fake fur trim. Alternatively, I would choose the
Double-Face-Jacke. This has no Fake Fur application, is super cut. And can be customized with every seamstress if necessary.
Shoes ||| The vegan Budapest shoes of the Austrian label Bahatika fits almost to every look. It is flat with a cool plateau (I can get the missing three centimeters without having to start on heels) and slightly masculine. The model is available in black and white – both look great. And are just in the sale (88 euros)
Fits always – the fishnet tights
Tights ||| The fishnet tights from Kunert Blue are not only made from recycled fishing nets and contribute to the plastic waste reduction – are my absolute styling favorite. To cropped jeans, to the skirt, dress … Of course I have explained them to an Eco-Darling. If you want to learn more about the innovative yarn Econyl, you will find a corresponding contribution in the GREEN Glossary. And who would like to call such a favorite model his own, finds it here for 16 euros
PS: After I have now written the post and a tribute to the forgotten rock, I have such a dark idea that I have written that not so long ago already. And right: already in November, I called myself to wear more skirt again. Looks like I need a second memory of myself. If anyone is interested – here’s my retro skirt post