The autumn chills are turning into winter. This is a hunting outfit. An urban one.
Dressed down with a beret. For those chilly waits at the station. When the train is late because there are the wrong kinds of leaves on the track. And the pretty 1050s original hat. One of the first things I bought on Etsy. you have seen it here with my Boden squirrel dress and in September with a Dirndl look.
orange dress: Debenhams, ca. 2013
jacket: H+M, a few years old, bought 3nd hand 2016
sleeves: orange bolero, eBay 2015
hat: true vintage, via Etsy, bought 2014
60s springbock handbag, brown beret, 70s pheasant scarf, 50s mink scarf + 50s deer marcasite brooch: true vintage
gloves: LindyBop, 2016
heels: Deichmann, 2015
Ok, though this winter is lacking somewhat around here in cold temperatures – it is time to post this wonderful jacket by Collectif Clothing. I promised that to Froilein Olivia some time ago. Marianne is part of a suit and Hackey Rose’s blogpost is to die for – she has this in pink though. Though I love pink, I thought it would be too sweet and I got this set in green for silly money in the sale. I couldn’t size up the skirt – and that is why you won’t see it on moi (at least for a while). It fits like a glove, or rather as we say in German like a saussage in skin („Wurst in Pelle“). Not an extra layer – but am quite stuffed to the brim. Anyway – it is still a great jacket and looks good and wintery.
The jacket is made with fake fur. Worn here with a vintage (real) fur set. The mini hat is reclaimed mink and was a dowdy cap before I made this fascinator out of it. The brown inlay is a fur brooch, also dating from the 1950s or 1960s.
Sorry, heute mal ohne deutsche Fassung – abgesehen bei den Bildern!
With closed eyes – but a good view of the fascinator! Mit geschlossenen Augen, dafür kommt der Fascinator gut zur Geltung.
The parents and I went to the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn – for an art exhibition. Matching the Japanese theme were the decorations in the cafe. Pics inside were not allowed. Die Eltern und ich haben eineAusstellungin derBundeskunsthalle besucht. Die Deko im Cafe war auf das japanische Thema abgestimmt. Bilder drinnen waren nicht erlaubt.
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