Wearing: Isabel Marant Linen Dress (find similar budget options here and here), Miu Miu Ballerinas (budget alternatives here, here, and here), Céline Caty Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, Zara Tie Belt (shop similar here and here), Mango Earrings (sold out, but find similar here and here), Elizabeth and James Ring, and a Chloé Faye Bag
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Last week we went to Munich and we had the chance to shoot this outfit I was wearing there with this Isabel Marant dress (actually it’s Isabel Marant Etoile) I fell in love with as soon as I spotted it on Desi from Teetharejade (perhaps my favorite German bloggers). While we were looking for shooting locations, I realized that since I blog I look at cities and places I’ve been often to in a different perspective. That’s why you see two different locations with the same outfit on this post, since at the very end of the shooting I saw nearby the Academy of Fine Art (the first picture). I’d been there so many times before, including once when I applied to study art there several years back (getting accepted there is almost like winning the lottery), but I realized the building is an absolutely breathtaking and elegant location to shoot at with its Neorenaissance architecture. I think it might be my favorite spot in Munich now.
Gimme a linen wrap dress and I can happily stand the heat in style. Pairing this Isabel Marant dress with these Miu Miu ballerinas was an absolute no-brainer, although I considered first wearing it with lace-up flat sandals. I added an obi belt, which is very characteristic of Isabel Marant, even though it does not include it. The linen material makes it so comfortable and suitable for the hottest summer days, so you can say I felt super light and free.
How about you? What is your favorite thing to wear during the summer?
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An extensive background and numerous skills in architectural design, a lifelong passion for art, and a penchant for culture has provided Laura Dittrich, a visual storyteller based in Germany, with a keen eye for aesthetics and a unique creative vision materialized through aesthetic visuals such as cinemagraphs and experimental video content in the form of outfit editorials (cinematorials).
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