Damn, it’s quite disappointing that I manage to come up with the first picture from Berlin only now – two weeks later. Whoopsie! But as the saying goes: Better late than never! Today’s layering look is one of my favorite outfits I wore during Berlin Fashion Week and once again one of these very typical, fancy Michèle kinda looks, just like you used to see it four times a week over here. These kind of wild layering ensembles are not only practical to keep warm in freezing cold Berlin, but also to perfectly fit into the fashion week hustle and bustle while still standing out. Honestly guys, I really missed this creative side of me on the blog recently. What about you?
You know, I have always been able to tell what kind of a person I am. Always in time, reliable, ambitious, honest, but sometimes a bit clumsy and maybe a little bit naive as well! Also, I always believed that humans can’t change (and can’t be changed) in the main features of their characters – I also thought I won’t change that much anymore. But still I feel like a foreign person to myself at the moment. I think about thinks I never wasted time thinking about I forge out plans coming from nowhere. And while I used to get up at 7am on a Sunday morning to get shit done as early as possible, I tend to postpone things at the moment. What’s happening?
Meanwhile quite some time passed by since our trip to Istanbul end of December and I still didn’t manage to share any pictures of the trip so here we go. Finally. But well, I took Christmas and New Year as a legit reason to indulge oneself in feeling bored – well, at least for 30 second until I decided to get up and get something done. Didn’t matter what. But I’m getting off the point, I wanted to tell you about Istanbul, right?
I have to admit, I’m a total summer kid. Really. Really. I like the sun. I like the warmth. I like when the days are so long and the nights so short. Actually there’s only one acceptable reason to love winter for me, and that’s the wintery outfits that can come in all colors to brighten up the greyness of the season.