Hello to you all, how are you doing?
I have some exiting news for you. Some of you might have already heared about it on my Instagram account but for who of you hasn’t: I have moved to Frankfurt in Germany.
I just arrived here last Saturday and I am super exited.
Here in Frankfurt it is super cold so I have prepared some great winter outfits for you for the next weeks.
My today’s’ outfit is inspired by the search for a perfect jeans and the yellow clutch from Louise and Eleanor, a relatively new american brand.
It is the perfect winter outfit for a leger day at the office or while going out for a coffee with your friends.
The yellow clutch is from Louise and Eleanor and it costs around 60 €, you can find it here. I really love it as it is powerful, special, sparkling and elegant all at the same time. You can easily wear it with a more casual outfit as I am showing it today, or the more obvious, with an elegant dress at night.
The fabric reminds of winter, but the yellow colour of summer – the perfect mix for both seasons.
In this outfit I combine it with a green blouse from Mango. I love it especially as it matches greatly the fabric of the clutch. The emerald green brings out your eyes, especially if you have green or blue eyes like I have. The blouse costs circa 50 €. The green also is the perfect contrast to the bright yellow clutch.
In combination to this I am wearing the blue high waist jeans from, a Portuguese brand of denim wear. The pants cost 200 € but are super comfortable and therefore worth the money!
The shoes are brown low boots, which I think go way better with green and blue than a black or any other colour would have.
And last but not least the jewellery: The necklace is real pearl from my grand mother. I think it gives the outfit the last elegant touch to round it up. You can find something similar here. In addition to this I am wearing some fashion-rings from Mango.
I hope you like the new outfit and please let me know if you have any questions. You can subscribe here and read all about me and the blog here.
P.s. Those photos are from my newest collaboration photographer in Frankfurt, Alessandro Fulciniti. You can find his photos here.