Apricot Overflow

Dear all, I have prepared a new post which is slightly weirdo. Let me just explain to you in advance (for those who scroll down to the pictures right away) that all the photos are of different quality, insolation etc. because of the different times of day when they were taken. Not really a pleasant result.. but I wanted to show you the outfit anyway! So, feel free to tell me if you like the peachy combination :)

On Thursday, I'll leave for a couple of days to inhale British flair. I'm flying over to LDN once again, the city I'm so fond of! Yay. Details will follow afterwards! And also I am very looking forward to going to Umag, Croatia, with friends only shortly after I'll be back from Great Britain. May the holiday season begin! Do you already have plans for your summer vacation?

And yet something else I'm being very happy about: I have been the first in a row of Austrian fashion bloggers to be interviewed by the fashion and lifestyle magazine 'Woman' about personal style, fashion icons and role models. It is written in German, but I guess the people mentioned are already enough 'keywords' to understand what my answers were like ;) Here's the link - check it out, if you like!
So, that's it for now. I wish y'all a lovely evening!

Love, Julie.




Due to some health problems, days of work and a little fashion crisis of which I had to recover (meaning all of the mentioned!!) the blogging-'thing' hadn't had such a priority in my life. Still, I was thinking about it every day and felt really bad for not writing a line. This surely is changing now - like immediately - because I wanna share my new outfit ideas and thoughts with all of you again. Thank you so much for keeping loyal and supporting me - that does mean the world to your crappy blogger :)) 

Outfit-wise, I have been fancying foulards for quite a time and was oh so happy when I found that vest at a flea market at Pratersauna the other day. It adds some coolness to the usually kinda snobbish pattern. (What doesn't mean I don't like foulards in other ways, too.) I am well aware of the 'casualness' of that look, but hey - it's simply more adequate for running errands to dress, you know, like that instead of representing the glamorous lady or badass rock chick you really are. That's more London-ish, Parisian (cheers to the wonderful Audrey Rogers, who shows all her perfect craziness on a daily basis) or American. Other metropolises are further ahead concerning that matter. Austria's a bit slower. Meaning in every possible way. (But this is another story :))

Love, Julie.

Vest: Vintage, Jeans, Hat, Bra: H&M, Top, Cross Ring, Bracelets: Forever21, Clutch: Primark,
Sandals: Deichmann, Red Ring: AnnChristine