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It’s been two weeks already since I celebrated my birthday in Cinque Terre. Admittedly it’s not that easy to get to the magical “five villages” at the west coast of Italy but it’s most definitely worth the travel. The region around the Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore – that’s how the five villages are called – is actually a national park which is the reason why private traffic is forbidden and the villages not approachable with a car. But read more bellow.

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And finaaaally we’re starting with all the outfits we shot in the south, strictly speaking in Cinque Terre! Yay! The trip has been a very, very special one for me – not only for the reason that I celebrated my 26th birthday in one of my absolute favorite countries but also because it was the first trip since a very long time that we planned all by ourselves without a brand or agency or any project connected. So we had no schedule but instead were able to do whatever we wanted. Well, while working on our plan, looking for hotels, how to get there, etc, I actually realized how much I enjoy when brands and agencies are taking over that part though. ;) It’s a crazy amount of work if you’re like me aka. a planning freak who is paranoid that the hotel booking didn’t went through, or the train is late and you’ll miss the connecting one, etc.

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Bonjour à toutes et à tous. No, I’m currently not in France and (unfortunately) I’m also back from Italy already, spending these days at home because there’s no place like home, right?

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When I went to Rome for the first time at the very beginning of this year, I was absolutely charmed by  it’s magic. I’m pretty sure you remember how I was enthusing over it. Again and again. And whenever I think about Rome and the Italian glamour surrounding it, I think about those brunette, doe-eyed ladies, wrapped in extravagant robes and jingling jewelry, walking through the romantic alleys, always ready to dive into the mysterious Roman night. Confident, seductive and breath-taking they are – just like a Roman goddess.

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Tomorrow, it’s that day again: My birthday. But despite the fact that I’m turning 27 already (phew!), I mostly still feel like that little girl who was absolutely crazy about unicorns so that I basically even had an actual unicorn name for myself AND all my (unicorn) friends. It’s 20 years later now but I believe every little girl’s dreams should become true one day – well yes, even 20 years later – so I made this dream come true by myself and created cute little unicorns which are literally look good enough to eat: Unicorn Cake Pops! 

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It’s Sunday which is actually always a reason to sleep late. But not for me ;) Because I’m going to create a huge mess in my dressing room (this is basically my superhero ability) right now before Stefan wakes up and prevents me doing so. ;)

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Who of you remembers THE song? I guess I don’t even have to say its name after provocatively showing my back respectively my jacket in todays post, but well, I do it anyway, just because: Of course I’m talking about nothing less than “Barbie Girl” THE 90s song performed by Aqua. I remember as if it was yesterday when our high school graduating class had to prepare a stage performance in front of all the school including families and our girl group (+ 1 boy) decided to go for a Barbie-Girl-dance. I swear, “hilarious” is a total understatement of how this must have looked like. I wish I still had the video of it.

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Meanwhile a couple of weeks passed since I came out with my love for batik prints and although those striking patterns are not so easy to style – unless you want to look like a real hard 70s goa chick which I don’t want to – I wore my dearly beloved tee (which is in sale now!) many times and was often amazed how well it works combined in very unusual ways. For example worn together with a sexy tube skirt to add the much needed dose of nonchalance to the total look.

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