Outfit | Berlin Fashion Week Streetstyle: Wearing Free People Faux Fur

31. January 2016

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Wearing: Free People Faux Fur Coat (sold out but shop similar here and here), Paul Andrew Exotica Boots (on sale here), Everlane Chunky Knit c/o, Isabel Marant Pour H&M Lace Up Leather Pants (find similar here and here), Céline Sunglasses, and a Saint Laurent Bag

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This is what I wore during Berlin Fashion Week  for the Luisa Via Roma x RewardStyle party. Funnily, it seems that it only snowed and was super cold during exactly those 2 days my husband and I were in Berlin #Murphyneversleeps. However, this Free People Faux Fur coat made up of 100% synthetic material kept me super warm. It was by a far stretch my best sales catch. The fur is so well crafted and of such great quality. I even got a couple of compliments because of it during the party.

Speaking about the latter, I have to say that it was a super fun event celebrating Surrealism and the relationship between fashion and art. This is totally my kind of thing, especially because I am a huge fan of surrealism. I have been to countless exhibitions including really amazing ones from Max Ernst, Dalí, and Magritte in the past. I met some really lovely girls and laughed a lot, though I must confess I am not quite the event and networking kinda gal, as I am more drawn towards the creative part of blogging. This is probably due to me still being an introvert and feeling awkward surrounded by so many people. Sometimes, I am afraid I give the wrong impression and that others might perceive me as stuck up or arrogant. This couldn’t be further away from the truth.  So, for the record, if you ever happen to see me anywhere, feel free to say hello!

Wishing you all a lovely Sunday. x


Das war mein Outfit für die Luisa Via Roma x RewardStyle Party während der Berlin Fashion Week. Komischerweise war es sehr kalt und hat nur geschneit, in den 2 Tagen, in denen wir in Berlin waren. Am Tag unserer Abreise ist es dann viel wärmer geworden. Dieser Kunstfell-Mantel von Free People hat mich jedoch warm gehalten. Er ist mein absolut bester Kauf während der Sales, da er von hervorragender Qualität ist. Ich habe ein Paar Komplimente auf der Party wegen dieses Mantels bekommen.

Übrigens war dieses Event toll und ich habe dort einige nette Leute kennengelernt. Die Party hat Surrealismus und die Beziehung zwischen Kunst und Mode gefeiert. Das Thema hat mich sehr begeistert, da ich ein großer Fan von Surrealismus bin. Ich habe in früheren Jahren viele Ausstellungen von Dalí, Max Ernst, und Magritte besucht. Auf der Party hatte ich viel Spaß, was nicht so gewöhnlich bei mir ist. Beim Bloggen mache ich lieber die kreative Arbeit als Events oder Networking, da ich eher ein schüchternder Mensch bin. Ab und zu bekomme ich das Gefühl, dass andere mich deshalb für arrogant oder eingebildet halten. Das ist von der Realität sehr weit entfernt. Wenn ihr mich jemals auf der Strasse seht, bitte hallo sagen. Das würde mich sehr freuen.

Ich wünsche Euch allen einen tollen Sonntag!


Ésto es lo que llevé puesto para la fiesta de Luisa Via Roma x RewardStyle durante Berlin Fashion Week. Es cómico que nevó e hizo muchísimo frío sólamente durante ese par de días en los cuales estuve en Berlin. Después las temperaturas llegaron hasta los 11°C. De todas formas, este abrigo de imitación de pelo de Free People me mantuvo muy abrigada. Él es definitivamente mi mejor compra durante las rebajas. Su calidad es impresionante. Hasta recibí un par de halagos durante la fiesta debido a él.

Por cierto, el evento fue muy entretenido y conocí a varias chicas lindas. La fiesta celebraba la relación entre el arte y la moda además del surrealismo. Ésto es algo que me encanta, ya que soy muy fanática del género y he visitado muchísimas exhibiciones referente a Dalí, Max Ernst, entre otros. En la fiesta me divertí mucho, lo cual no es algo muy frecuente ya que soy introvertida y no me siento cómoda en medio de tanta gente. Prefiero el trabajo creativo referente al blog que asistir a eventos y conocer gente. Por ello, a veces temo que algunas personas me perciban como arrogante, lo cual no puede alejarse más de la realidad. Si alguna vez me véis en la calle o en algún lugar, podéis saludarme. Me alegraría mucho.

¡Os deseo un feliz domingo!

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4 comments so far.

4 responses to “Outfit | Berlin Fashion Week Streetstyle: Wearing Free People Faux Fur”

  1. m says:

    Very beautiful

  2. J'ara Ami says:

    Love the shoes! Hearing about snow almost everywhere right now, so glad the snow has skipped London this yr (“,)

  3. Vanessa says:

    Tolle Bilder!

    Die Hose sieht super aus *_*


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