it´s time again for another Blogstöckchen from enchanting Miss W.
How would you describe your style?
I don´t have one. I´m a victim (or a chameleon, however you wanna call it) when it comes to fashion. I like vintage dresses, I like jeans, I like plain tops, I like patterns, I like warm colours, I like cold ones, I like high-heels...and no heels. As long as it is feminine. And even when I see something I don´t like - wait until I have seen it in three different magazines in a row and I desperately want to have it ;-) The upside? I can be ready for pretty much any occasions in no time.
Your favourite outfit?
Favourite as in comfy? unfortunately tracksuit bottoms, warm socks, old T-shirt. But fortunately I am not anglicised enough (yet) to leave the house in that outfit. So my favourite outfit in Germany (where I feel I get looked at more and feel much less confident fashionwise): Jeans (for once fitting without holes, split zips or missing buttons), nice top with a bit of cleavage and a cardigan. Best in a violet, soft pink, olive green or black combination so my eyes and make-ip look best. In England: black leggings, ballerinas, a loose short dress with a flowery pattern.
Your styling tipp? Don´t be so boring (aka German) and mix more...an outfit which consists 100% of Esprit or likewise will never be exciting.
fashion faux-pas? white high-heeled boots, Ed Hardy stuff, white trainers and everything too sporty
your style icon/ favourite decade? again, can´t settle on just one. Everything from Jane Austens time up till the eighties has had its moments. And even to the eighties I seem to have warmed a bit. Icon?don´t have one.
favourite piece in your wardrobe? a small black crocheted cardigan, nothing special at all, bought it over 15 years ago in Walmart and still wear it a lot
I can´t do without...changing my shoes and handbags often. Sometimes I have been out with three different bags on one day.
I wish...that there wouldn´t be the same chain stores expanding everywhere. I want my Primark in the UK (and Ireland) only and absolutely hate to see everyone walking around with it now. M&S, Primark, Dorothy Perkins and Clarks in England...C&A and Deichmann in Germany...guess I´m an anti-globalization shopping addict.