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Sunday Favorite ::: Dungarees

Posted in Fashion, Uncategorized by strytllng on June 1, 2013

If I could live in them – I would. Dungarees are just the best for occasions such as the weekends, festivals or any other lazy fun day. They scream at me whenever I see one: TAKE ME, I AM COMFORTABLE! Here is a selection of some stylish examples that will allow you to leave the house in them – and not just to go to the bakery around the corner.

The Reformation, Capri Jumper, made from repurposed vintage denim.

Pixie Market, Wythe leather overall. And Zara dungaree.

 

Always a great place to find denim dungarees: vintage stores and flea markets.

Free People, Straight Eyelet overall.

Straight eyelet overall // Free PeopleFree People dungaree

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..:: Sporty Casual ::..

Posted in Fashion by strytllng on July 14, 2011

I cut of a pair of denims this morning because of my lack of shorts in my wardrobe. (Don’t worry, I paired it with a silk top and biker boots.) Ever since I saw a pair of NBA adidas Originals shorts in their showroom at Berlin Press Days, I cannot stop thinking how nice it would be to have sporty shorts.

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Look du Jour

Posted in Uncategorized by strytllng on September 13, 2010

From the turbanesque leather headband, the ripped hemlines of the oversized plain shirt to the combination of these gorgeous wedge boots with what looks like the smoothest leather – I love the look. The artistic aspect of the background visual and the bob hair cut are completing the look of casual-twenties-futurism. Beautiful.

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Lookbook ::: OneTeaspoon A/W 1011

Posted in Lookbook by strytllng on September 8, 2010

Some people cannot wait until the day they turn 18: they run free, careless and might even pack their few belongings to take a road trip. But what they don’t have in mind is a concrete and ambitious vision of their future. The young Amy Walsham took that road trip from Queensland all the way down to Sydney but instead of camping, partying or visiting friends, she had 2 scissors, a suitcase full of clothes and her head filled with visions. It doesn’t come as a surprise that her first designs were sold alongside Australia’s motorways until a streetwear retailer ordered the first selected items in 2000. By now, OneTeaspoon’s unconventional designs and selective designs are available world-wide and celebrities like Mischa Barton and Nicole Richie are among the famous fans.

Irregular hemlines and cuts, impure prints, slouchy and oversized cuts meet high quality fabrics in soft rosé, black, white and jeansblue while  decoratively placed utensils like colossal zippers, perfect beading and studded designs create a contrasting interplay leaving the wearer effortlessly fashionable day- and nighttime. My personal favorite are the bodysuits with ueberlarge frills. Definitely a new label to keep in mind.

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