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This outfit is from about 9 days ago, when I took part at the FashionCamp, speaking about spending habits of bloggers and the influence it has on our readers. As soon as the video is online I’ll be sure to post it on my Facebook Page, so you guys can see me talk :) For the occasion I wanted to be comfortable, because honestly, how much would it suck to sit infront of 100 people and to have to worry about the top button of my pants popping off or showing too much cleavage?! Anyway … so I decided on a comfy pair of pants, a casual shirt and a bit of jewelry. Surprisingly, I really liked how the patterned shirt and pants worked together!

patterned 01

patterned 04

MANGO: printed pants & shirt

ZARA: loafers (very similar HERE)


FOREVER XXI: necklace

ASOS: spike bracelet


  1. Julia says:

    Das Mango Shirt hab ich auch, ich liebe es :)

    LG Julia

  2. Anna says:

    Love the idea of showing the video. Looking forward to hear you speak :) ….Great outfit btw

  3. Meegaa says:

    das Outfit ist toll. Genau diese Hose habe ich von Mango gekauft, hat mir dann doch nicht mehr gefallen und wollte sie zurück geben, allerdings war die Zeit um.


  4. Laura says:

    You look very comfy and I love those pants!!

  5. I love the print on those pants! They look great on you! :)

  6. lippylash says:

    I love the mix of pattern 2! great look!

  7. marcella says:

    sweet outfit
    love the shoes

  8. Loved the outfit! I will definitely check out the video once you post it! Can’t wait!!!


  9. Nicole says:

    Du hast wirklich ein Händchen für wunderschöne Farb- und Musterkombinationen! Sieht super aus!

    Lieben Gruss,

  10. Weird Vienna says:

    Die Schuhe hab ich auch – sind wohl gerade sehr trendy in Wien ;)

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