Fashion trends are super inspiring and we were lucky enough to travel to Berlin with Zizzi to check out their new tremds and be part of the beautiful set up they arranged for the public during Panorama fashion fair. See here pictures, trends and backstage images. The brand ambassadors wore the newest pieces Zizzi just dropped in stores and here I got you shortcuts to get the look for you. You are welcome
Less than a few fabrics are sexier than lace and leather. What to call an outfit that unites both of them? Ok, let’s be humble and call it cute? ahahahhaa
Don’t ask me when or why, but I have become a big fan of jeans. I guess it may be the Scandinavian influence on my style. And now the piece makes total sense in my style. I have worn the perfect slim jeans, flared ones, you name it. But recently I have been obsessed with boyfriend jeans. Or Mom models, for the sake of fashion specialists.
As days get colder and darker, it makes total sense to wear a light and feminine blouse (????). Yes! Under a warm and cosy jacket, right? But to find the right jacket can be a challenge, especially when, like yours truly, you are a fuller figured lady. But even though nowadays it is a bit easier to find a winter coat in sizes larger than L, there is something I must share…
October is a special month in fashion. It is when the industry supports the fight against breast cancer by donating part of the sales to research and development. Lindex launched the special Pink Collection and it is just great that the Finish house is contributing with fighting breast cancer with its own designs this year.
The pieces are a modern, feminine and strong conceptual range of carefully-selected garments and accessories in an exciting palette of colors with 10 % of the price being donated to cancer research.
Flare jeans have been around for a long while. According to The Guardian, american sailors were the first to adopt bell-bottomed trousers in the 19th century. It is believed that this may have been for practical purposes. They made it easier to snag a man who had fallen overboard and easier to remove when wet.