During my trip to Hamburg I fell in love with the rivers and the sea. In my city we don’t have the sea or a harbor next to shops like Starbucks…well all we have are the alps (and much better beer). After we went sightseeing my parents and I decided to take a look at the shops in our street – our hotel was next to a Zara and you all know how this ends.
At least I can say that I found great new stuff and super cool pictures with them (thanks mom and dad for the patience).
One of my favorite colours for the fall/winter is camel. Even though my skin is quite light I managed to combine it without looking as white as a sheet. So here are two ways to style a camel coat. First of all I wanted a less chic and more relaxed, cool look.
The scarf is very soft just as the jumper which in combo seems more effortless. The biker jeans contrasts with the elegance of the coat but still keeps it stylish because of the silver details which are also represented in the little bag and the shoes.
My favourite colors to wear are black, white and grey to be honest and when I heard the ethno trend is back (picture here) I was a bit disappointed just because I’m not a big fan of many colors and patterns in one outfit. But after experimenting a little I found a “cleaner” way of the trend: geometric patterns in black,grey and white –yeaay. The second outfit is way more elegant and classy – I would recommend wearing it on a date in a restaurant or (like I did) to a little shopping trip. Why? Because there is nothing easier to put on and off in a wardrobe.
You can see now that the tights are giving the outfit a more feminine touch and the boots do not look as casual as before. The skirt is a long one but because of the soft material you can fold it up to make it shorter. I prefer wearing the skirt to the middle of the thighs because you can still see the pattern glancing at the end of the coat.
The accessories are in both outfits the same you can just style them in different ways.
Coat by Promod
Shoes by Zara
Bag by Zara
Biker Jeans by Zara (similar one here)
Jumper by Hallhuber (similar one here)
Jumper by Dr. Denim (similar one here)
Skirt by American Apparel (similar one here)
Tights by Wolford