Sunday, May 10, 2015

Adidas Superstars sneakers dust rose














Sneakers: adidas Coat: Zara; Shirt: Zara; Pants Zara; Bag: Carbotti Bag- Italian Designer Bag

Hi, I'm Ani, that german chick that used to post her outfits regularly but was a little bit MIA recently. But I am back. YEAH :-)

So, how adorable are these floral sneakers? Being obsessed with them is an UNDERSTATEMENT. It's a wonder that I am not sleeping with them so much I am attached to them :-)
The flirty floral print with the pink stripes just scream summer to me and yeah summer finally arrived here in south Germany.

When I put an outfit together I build it around one item. The color scheme in the printed shoes dictated the colors I am going to wear
The dust rose stripes also inspired me to wear them with this super cute pink coat from Zara, such a nice spring staple. The olive waxed jeans pick up the pattern from the shoes.

A relaxed yet put together look, don't you think?

Linking up: not dead yet style

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Floral Shorts Suit














Suit: Asos; Top;  H&M similar or similar; Heels; Shoemint

I couldn't be happier. Spring is finally in its full bloom here in South Germany. I couldn't wait to put on this super adorable floral short suits that has been waiting in my closets for better weather for weeks now. Excuse my pale legs but if the sun stays that way, I will be tanned in no time :-)
That I am a huge fan of floral print is not a big secret. So when I saw the flirty combo on asos homepage the "buy button" was pushed quicker then my mind "You don't need any more clothes" could intervene :-)

Linking up: Not Dead Yet Style, Styleelixir

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Back in Pastel












Hat: H&M; Blazer: Zara similar ; Top: Mango:Jeans: H&M similar; Heels: BCBG Max Azria similar; Bag: Carbotti bag

Sometimes I don't have the whole outfit in my mind. It's more of a process where I pick an item to build the outfit around it. In today's blogpost I knew I wanted to wear something pastel and this shirt that was sitting in my closet for years. The neutral leather patch details in that shirt inspired me to add that bohemian hat. I paired it with this distressed jeans for a soft yet bold look.

I would also like to point out that you don't have to purchase new clothes all the time to be trendy. None of these items I 'm wearing today have been bought recently. That blazer is probably 4 years in my blazer collection and that shirt I got 6 years ago. It's more of recreating your outfit with items you already have in your wardrobe.

linking up: notdeadyetstylestyleelixir

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Austrian Mountain Bregenz









Jacket: Zara; Top:H&M; Pants: Zara; Boots: Mango; Sunnies: Esprit: Necklace: Sheinside

I love living at thecrossraods between Germany, Austria and Switzerland. That way I can enjoy short trips to the neighbour countries. Last week I took the cableway upt to the mountain Bregenz in Austria. Let me tell you, the panoramic view was just breathtaking surrounded by a snowy wintertale.
Fashionwise I needed to be a little bit functional which I achieve with a lot of layers to keep warm :-)

I was posting some pics of that view on my instagram if you are interested: fleuranii

linking up: not dead yet style

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Neutral









Leather Jacket: Zara; Leather Pants: New York& Company; Top; Hallhuber; Pumps: Nine West; Scarf: H&M, Bag: Vintage; Sunnies: Esprit

Neutrals are not only one of my favorite updaters for fall but are great alternative for spring. Animal-print accessories such as a scarf or shoe instantly add some attitude.  I kept everyting in the same color family to allow the textures to stand out.


linking up: styleelixirnotdeadyetstylerachelthehat