Outfit | Floor Length Reformation Coat + Stan Smith

25. April 2016

Wearing: Reformation Coat (shop similar here, here, and here), Forever 21 Cropped Frayed Jeans (find similar here and here), Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers, Third Form T-Shirt c/o (buy similar here), Larsson & Jennings Watch c/o, and Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses

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As it’s still snowing, I guess coat season is not over yet. Therefore, I took the chance to wear this Reformation coat I bought last winter and which I wore often, but didn’t get the chance to show you. The floor length and slim silhouette makes it different to your average maxi coat. I love the cut and pocket details, but expecially how I feel in it, because it’s comfy and awesome! I just need to be careful to avoid looking like I came out from The Matrix, so wearing leather or all black with it is a no-go.

On another note, we shot these pictures in Munich and we will be traveling there often. Why? Hubby and I decided a little while ago that we are moving there this summer! I am so excited, because it has always been my absolute favorite city and I have always wanted to live there. The reason why we haven’t moved there yet is mainly because the rent is extremely expensive. The fact that we currently live in a small town also makes life a lot easier as the supermarket is just around the corner and basically everything else too. Living in Munich will mean using the metro and probably spending over an hour getting somewhere, but I know this will be totally worth it.  Why live somewhere you don’t absolutely love? Life is too short to live in a boring city. Art, science, and history museums, cafés, concerts, the English Garden, and all sorts of exciting stuff awaits us.

Wishing you all an awesome start of the week. x


Da es gerade schneit (verrückt!), bedeutet es, dass die Mantel-Saison noch nicht vorbei ist. Deshalb habe ich die Chance genutzt, diesen Mantel von The Reformation zu tragen. Ich habe ihn letztem Winter gekauft und oft getragen, aber leider hatte ich bisher keine Gelegenheit, ihn Euch zu zeigen. Die bodenlange und taillierte Silhouette machen ihn sehr besonders. Ich fühle mich wie ein Rockstar damit, aber ich muss aufpassen, nicht wie aus dem Film The Matrix  auszusehen. Deswegen vermeide ich, ihn ganz im Schwarz und Leder zu kombinieren.

Zu einem anderen Thema: Wir haben diese Bilder vor kurzem in München gemacht und werden nun öfter dorthin reisen. Warum? Mein Mann und ich haben beschlossen, im Sommer nach München zu ziehen. Ich bin total aufgeregt, da es immer meine Lieblingstadt gewesen ist und ich wollte immer dort wohnen. Warum sind wir bisher nicht dahin gezogen? Da die Miete unbezahlbar ist. Außerdem wohnen wir momentan in einer Kleinstadt und alles liegt in der Nähe (Supermarkt, Bank, Artzt, etc). Im Gegensatz dazu würde in München zu wohnen bedeuten, dass wir eine Stunde + brauchen würden, irgendwohin zu gehen. Trotzdem weiß ich, dass es das Wert sein wird. Warum sollte man in einer Stadt wohnen, die man nicht 100% liebt? Das Leben ist einfach zu kurz, um in einer langweiligen Stadt zu wohnen. Museen, Cafés, der Englische Garten, und so vieles wartet auf uns!

Ich wünsche Euch einen tollen Start in die neue Woche.


Increíble que aun cae nieve cuando ya casi es Mayo. Ésto significa que la temporada de llevar abrigos no ha terminado. Por ello he aprovechado para mostraros este abrigo de The Reformation que compré la temporada pasada. Me lo he puesto a menudo pero no había tenido chance de mostraroslo hasta ahora. El maxi largo y la silhoueta tallada lo hacen diferente y especial. Me encanta también que me hace sentir como estrella de rock. Sin embargo, debo procurar no llevarlo con negro y piel, ya que puedo fácilmente parecer como si hubiese salido del film The Matrix.

Hablando de otras cosas, estas fotos las hemos tomado en Munich, ya que estaremos viajando ahí a menudo. La razón es que mi esposo y yo hemos decidido hace poco mudarnos ahí en verano. Estoy totalmente emocionada ya que siempre ha sido mi ciudad favorita y siempre he querido vivir ahí. Lastimosamente nunca lo hicimos, ya que el precio de la renta es increíblemente alto. Además, el hecho de vivir en una ciudad diminuta como en la que vivimos ahora significa que todo lo que necesitas está cerca: el supermercado, banco, doctor, etc. En cambio, vivir en Munich significaría necesitar más de una hora en llegar a donde necesitas. Estoy segura que valdrá la pena pese a que es una ciudad grande. ¿Por qué vivir en una ciudad que no te gusta? La vida es demasiado corta para vivirla en una ciudad aburrida. Museos, cafés, el Jardín Inglés y tantas cosas hermosas nos esperan.

¡Os deseo un feliz inicio de semana!

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4 comments so far.

4 responses to “Outfit | Floor Length Reformation Coat + Stan Smith”

  1. Liv says:

    Love this simple, yet chic and stylish look.



  2. Millie says:

    Loved reading this! Hope you both enjoy your move, as it sounds like an amazing city, unfortunately I’ve never been, but the sound of a few museums and an English garden are enough to make me want to go! Love how minimal but sexy this coat is! x

    Millie x

  3. Claudia says:

    Me encanta este look con el maxi abrigo!

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