Outfit: Transition Look with KIOMI

 Excuse my awkward play with the hair - I was nervous and it was way to greasy for outfit pictures on that day, but someone has to do the job (And I am sorry for my boyfriend who gets to do the hardest part: motivational trainer and photographer). However, I can count all the pictures I managed to leave my hands down and get to a straight three, which turned out even more awkward - but who cares if you're wearing a khaki badass bomber jacket from the Menswear section (Size S and still, I look lost in it) I am already layering 3 pieces of clothing below that jacket, so welcome Autumn! I have never been a summer type, but I must admit that taking pictures is more fun without shaking. The Kiomi Sweater and Jacket make up for the sudden cold and I am fine. Yesterday I officially received my diploma and I feel like a child that someone forgot at the mall. Lost and confused. So I did the only right thing: I booked 4 more low-budget backpacking holidays for this year and am looking forward to escape the adulthood. Wish me luck! 

*Jacket - KIOMI similar here and here
Bell sleeve Blouse - H&M Trend, similar here and here
*Jumper - KIOMI, similar here and here
Skirt - Stolen from Anais, similar here and here
Shoes - Converse Allstars
Bag - &otherstories

Travel: 5 Spots in Budapest for Minimalists

Not expecting anything at all form Budapest in Hungary, I found myself in an historically picturesque city full of bridges, pretty patterns and pastel-pinks. Of course, I felt the Grand Budapest Hotel memories coming up, but thats exactly why I did not take pictures of the classic stuff. Even if everything is beautiful, I didn't came to copy some postcard photos, but preferred to ask some locals for their favorite spots and got a lot of input. Way too much for three days, so I couldn't make the sports stadium and the subway stops. But even better for me: we were not really looking for anything but finding out that Budapest has its hidden contemporary treasures, plus 30 degrees included. As usual, I want to show you special spots for minimalists. I hope you´ll enjoy this little selection. Below are a few other tips, but without pictures, since I did not snap everything. 

Outfit: All black everything

The very last hot days in Berlin and still, I prefer a minimalistic black ensemble (groundbreaking.) It might have been Alice` influence on me, who is dressing in nothing but black for a few years now, so she is the real all-black everything inspiration in here and I am the lucky one to take pictures with her. Or maybe this is just the easy way, to pair a black culotte with the vest and create something "business-casual". However, the last days were like a whole gallon of fruit punch, way to sweet and they left a dry feeling in my mouth. The Lollapalooza was a good moment to burst out in tears while Radiohead performed "Reckoner" (anyway, in Rainbows is my favorite Album ever, forever.) And Budapest was a so-called special experience in a way that only a Stingray would understand it. I am about to look through all my pictures and cannot help but smile and wish for the next trip. 

Vest - Zara (old) similar here and here
Culotte - ZARA (old) similar here and here
Sneakers - ZIGN, similar here and here
Bag - 3.1 Phillip Lim Alix, budget version here
Sunnies - Ace & Tate, similar here

Interior: Grey Bedroom Update

English: Finally we are done and the result is beyond cozy! The grey color does not seem dull at all and we are done moving boxes. (current location: the other side of the room, hidden below a pile of clothing) I would lie if I would say we are completely done, because the pictures are only on the bed, not fixed on the wall - but this is something I can change in near future. Still, I am completely in love with the Boxspringish, yet "normal" Doublebed by Home24. Parsberg is his Name and his price is completely affordable. I like the way the grey bed matches the wall (I know, groundbreaking) but especially the copper colored accents make the picture complete and add some warm shades in the cool sleeping area. I tried to add a list of all accessories and furniture below, but I must admit that some of the things are older and therefore hard to find, so I tried to link some alternatives. I hope you were able to find some inspiration! (GERMAN TEXT BELOW)

Outfit: Bell sleeves and mom jeans

Pretty long sleeved and with a full length pair of jeans, I am stumbling into the transition Season - sadly the one between Summer and Autumn, which makes me a bit melancholic. I am currently off to spend the very last hot days in Budapest, and know that coming back to Berlin will mark the official end of the summer. This is also the very last month of my life that I can spend without worries, because I still have an insurance and am officially a student. More or less, I am growing up, just in time with the falling leaves. (Lol, I am such a romantic person) But seriously, can you spot all those leaves on the floor? Its officially Autumn, you can burry me now. I have spent the past weeks with getting rid of old stuff, finishing the flat for good and spending some massive quality time with friends, learning how to not use a skateboard and hanging at flea markets (as a seller). I know that Autumn will be the time to apply for adult jobs, figuring out what I really want from Live (currently: Stewardess) and also getting my own insurance. I do not look forward to it.

Bell sleeve Blouse - Weekday, similar here
Mom Jeans - Asos, similar here
Pointed Flats - Esprit, similar here and here
Bag - & other stories, similar here
sunnies - Ace & Tate "Liz" similar here
Necklace - Zara, similar here

Travel: Postcards from Barcelona

Just a few Impressions that I nearly forgot. I always try to write posts that make sense to read (haha really?) But this is for me, Juule and everyone who was wondering if we did something besides hanging at the Museum. In fact, we had the longest walks, the most stupid jokes, more and longer walks and some ice-cream. Barcelona was my favorite city so far - even if I could say that about every trip with her, this one was special: We have chosen to travel at a stage of our lives, when we had more important stuff to do (I had my finals) and still, we were so relaxed, had the lowest expectations and the best experiences. I will definitely go back to Barca again, trying to offer you some food guide in the near future as well and maybe see a bit more than modern architecture. Enjoy the little photo diary!