My boyfriend and I had our 5 year anniversary this year and wanted to do something special. Actually, the trip to the eternal city should take place directly on the weekend of the 5th May, but since he writes his final exam two days later, we rejected this idea quickly. The completion of his training finally took place. First we wanted to fly directly afterwards, but then some things came in between and in the end we booked the holiday for the end of June.
Like in the last seasons I was also this time at the Berlin Fashion Week and of course I will tell you how it was. If you have not seen the already posted outfits for the SS2020 shows, you should make up for it as soon as possible.
Unexpectedly, the weather had not played as intended. At my Berlin Fashion Week SS2020 outfit planning, I assumed summery 30 degrees, the reality was like 10 degrees cooler. Short dresses were exchanged within a very short time with pants and jackets.
Since it became summer in Berlin the thermometer counts (nearly) daily over 30 degrees celsius. The temperatures are getting higher and the number of garments go down. In this blog post I show you a (hot) outfit for a hot summer in a hot city. I also wrote down a few tips on circulatory problems at the end of the article, you have to be careful with these high temperatures!
In summer even I like to dress girly sometimes. The cute summer dresses and bags just bring out the inner girl in me. If you have such a nice summer location, like in Djerba, you just can’t help yourself and need to let this inner girl out. Actually, I wanted to post the look or a similar one with the dress already last year – I think summer dresses like these are timeless and a must in every wardrobe. Since I never made it to Marrakech, there was no article with an outfit like this one on the blog. As I said, the location is important for me for looks like this one. Of course you can also run around in Berlin or Zurich with boho summer dresses, but to be honest I just do not really feel these southern vibes here and if I do not feel it, you feel that in my pictures as well so at the end nobody feels it. You know what I mean? Well that was a bit complicated explained but yolo.
There was already a Bali exploring look and this post is followed by another for the Tunisian island of Djerba. Conceptually, the outfits are very similar. Top, hot pants and sneakers. Where the Bali look is kept simpler, the Tunisian has more accessories. And not to forget this article is not just about fashion like the other one but also about the abandoned Hotel Tanit, which we were allowed to explore. Well somehow it’s more about the lost place than my look, but let’s be honest an abandoned hotel is way more exciting, right?!