A tweed in the park, a step in the dark.

Hey guys, my name is Liam and I am constantly winning in everything I do. I own a space shuttle, a mansion on the dark side of the moon, several Mercedes Benz old-timers, a tea cup that refills itself with decaffeinated Earl Grey tea and I have the coolest slash prettiest girlfriend on this planet. I achieved all this stuff simply by wearing red socks. Well at least the last part is true, but I'm sure the rest is just a matter of time and the right washing powder. The purpose of my guestposts and MY DUTY is to show the world the awesomeness of red socks. How should I start this thing hmmm... CAUTIOOOON!! GUESTPOST!! COOOLOOOON!!

We went to the park and every year when fall is coming, I'm  starting to feel some kind of English landlordish. So I decided to take my tweed for a walk. 

This is one of my favourite spots in Berlin, especially when fall is turning the leaves red, yellow and orange... this is why this picture is all in grayscales... makes perfect sense... just like me writing a fashion blog :P

This is like the warmest October ever, so it was time to take the tweed off...

... and find a goddamn tree to climb on!!! After some detail shots:

 Tweeds and bow ties caught my attention when I first saw Little Lord Fauntleroy with my granny. 

This was my first "shoe-ting" and so I forgot something to wipe the dust off. However, they're still awesome, very comfortable to wear and manufactured by my favourite brand.

 This watch is the most precious object I own. The money I spent on this was meant to be for my driving license, but at that time I thought "this watch is prettier than a piece of plastic..." so I bought this instead. No regrets. Who needs a car in Berlin anyway?


So here we are, climbing trees like a sir. I climbed to the top with only one hand but at the time I reached it, the camera's battery turned out to be flat... too bad

So this is it... my first guest post slash blog post ever. I had a wonderful day with my favourite human being in the park taking these pictures. Hope you enjoyed it. Cheers!

Tweed: Harris Tweed // Bow Tie: H&M // Socks: T. Hilfiger // Shoes: Strellson // Jeans: Levi's // Watch: Maurice Lacroix // Shirt: Strellson


Attention, attention! This is an announcement! + London (Style) Diary No.6


I've been asked a lot about my new boyfriend over the last weeks. About posting pictures and introducing him on my blog. To be honest I wasn't sure if it would be the best idea and I also didn't know if he would agree with it. But suddenly he came up with a great idea - he will introduce himself with a guest post on my blog. So, for all of you who are interested in getting to know my new love - get your red pencil out or just pull out your smartphone and mark tomorrow as THE event in your calendar  - his post will be up then! 


This is the last London (Style) Diary post - unfortunately we didn't manage to take pictures everyday as Sofie wasn't with me all the time. I will post some other London photos in a London summary post somewhen later next week. Although we took the following pictures spontaneously on our way back home from a long walk through Islington I do like them. I wore my new glitter cardigan which was a bargain buy in one of Crouch End's charity shop - I really like how it goes with my hair, the cardigan's colour is the perfect autumn colour and looks so nice in front of the bricks, don't you think so too? 

trenchcoat: h&m // cardigan: 2nd hand // batwing top: stradivarius // pants: primark // bag: new look // belt: 2nd hand // necklace: h&m // ring: flea market // boots: h&m 


London (Style) Diary No. 5

On Tuesday we went to Camden Town for lunch, I had some delicious vegan indian food and Sofie decided to go for asian food, it was still warm enough to sit down by the canal and enjoy the food there. 

Later we went for a walk around Camden offside the touristic streets and markets where we took the following pictures: 

I wore my new favorite coat - I really like the pattern, the collar and the big buttons.

oh and - I found "my" house :D Isn't it lovely with this beautiful balcony?! I would love to live in there.


London (Style) Diary No.4

These pictures are from Tuesday - although it doesn't look like this in the pictures it was perfectly warm. 

I met Jakob's mum and sister for tea and cake in the early afternoon. I was really looking forward seeing his mum again,  I haven't met her since Jakob and I broke up. We spent a nice few hours together and then I went to Liverpool Street, where I was supposed to meet Sofie, unfortunately she wasn't there by the right time so I sat in front of the station all alone for two hours. I was a bit agitated after talking to Jakob's mum so I felt really alone in this big city, all by myself in front of the station. 
After two hours of thinking about my past and the future, Sofie finally arrived. We walked around Shoreditch a bit and went to a gallery to see a small exhibition (which was a bit disappointing). Later we went to Oxford Street for some shopping.. and here are some pictures:


London (Style) Diary No.3

I somehow don't get it managed to do a daily post while I'm here in London, so here are the pictures from Monday (shame on me, I knoooooow). Sofie and I went for some charity shop shopping in Crouch End and I'm very pleased with what I got (besides from the fact that I'm a bit afraid of an luggage overweight when returning to Berlin...). If you're interested in, I can do a London shopping haul post...somewhen :D Just let me know.

I decided to go for gold and glitter on that grey Monday, sometimes I just feel like overdressing a little ;)


London (Style) Diary No.2

With a little delay - here is the second post from London :) We've been to Shoreditch on Sunday and had the perfect weather with 20 degrees and sunshine. We walked around Brick Lane with our friend Danny who turned out the be the best guide :) Brick Lane is perfect for vintage shopping - there are hundreds of lovely vintage stores and they aren't even that expensive. So if you're looking for some nice vintage stores you should really go to Shoreditch, it's way better than Camden Town. 

Danny took some nice pictures of me and Sofie and here is just a small selection:


London (Style) Diary No. 1

I'm such a lucky girl! I'm back in London for nearly 11 days :D And since I know that so many of my lovely followers are also huge London fans, I decided to share a post with you daily again :) This time I came to London with a friend of mine, Sofie, and you will get to know her in this post too. We decided it'll be more fun if we're also taking pictures of her instead of only taking pictures of me and posting them here. 

We arrived on the early Friday evening in Southend (which is the smallest airport I've ever seen) and didn't went out for a party or something which turned out to be the right decision as we had to get up quite early on Saturday morning to get the train to St. Albans, where we met Sofie's family for lunch. We spent the whole day in St. Albans, had tea and brownies with Sofie's lovely granny and walked around to find a nice place for taking the pictures. And here they are: 

I'm a little girl in a big big world.... I look so tiny :D 

of course I have my union jack pin with me

And here she is - Sofie! We're studying fashion design together and it was more like a spontaneous idea to go to London together, we sat in our nude drawing course when we decided that we both wanted to get out of here, so we looked up the flights and booked them immediately.