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This blog is moving

After 6 months I finally decided which blogtype would suit me the most. Therefore, if you are interested in a more compact but also more frequent content, visit http://floweringwilderness.tumblr.com/   Hope to see you soon!

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This spring I’m looking forward to

1 – Flower prints (source: Strange’s fashion blog) – preferably on flowy materials, vintage (-looking) blouses, which would also look great with   2 – Flared pants (source: Kendi Everyday) – because although I got used to skinny pants, I still … Continue reading

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Surprise, surprise

This is how to have a fairytale ending for a terrible week. Unpacking coming soon…

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An evening with Woody Allen

Of course the master himself wasn’t there, but we still got to enjoy two of his plays at the theatre – and the performance was marvelous. The vintage dress I wore belonged to my mum (she wore it to parties at the … Continue reading

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Those wool pants

they’re vintage and cannot be worn without a pair of leggings underneath (too itchy!). But they’re warm and kind of flattering (not the best cut though) and that is all I need in wintertime. vintage pants, h&m tee and sweater, … Continue reading

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Christmas presents nr 1

The biggest surprise of this year (actually, it was last year): A vintage dress-stand made before the 1950s – a hidden treasure from the countryside. It still needs a bit of renovation, but I’m already in love with it. If … Continue reading

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Brighten up your day!

Sometimes your outfits reflect your mood perfectly, just like in this case. I wore this on the day I handed in my master thesis and the bright colours made the day even more perfect. The day meant the end of … Continue reading

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