Merry Christmas : )

Merry Christmas : )

Photographs by tituz

Merry Christmas from the beautiful Alps : ) Lately it’s really bad weather throughout Europe and I wish the sun will shine really soon. I’m wearing a brick red blazer from H&M (which is strictly for indoor occasions only) and a floral skirt from Topshop. I’m also wearing gold jewelry and heavy gold gliters on my eye makeup. As Carrie Bradshaw said, we all need some sparkles in life ; ) Forgive those extra fat on my belly, I’m currently being fed like livestock by my boyfriend’s mom… (with incredibly delicious Tyrolean food : 0 )

Brick red jacket from H&M
Bralet from Unique by Topshop
Floral skirt from Topshop
Bowler hat from
Tights from H&M
Jewelry from & H&M
Nail polish – Glitzerland by O.P.I.

: D

This months feature is a young musician whoΒ΄s definetly worth to look out for. Jacques Greene is a 21 year old kid from Montreal producing tracks that seem to stuck somewhere between House and Dubstep. “The Look” which is the title track of his first EP released on LuckyMe starts off deeply and keeps us there until the kickdrum comes in and concentrated streams of synths are pushing it to the climax. The Video comes with models Nicole Brand and Bobbi Kay so you fashion bloggers have something to kick about! πŸ˜‰ / tituz

7 responses

  1. You’re the girl with the amazing floral maxi on Chictopia! πŸ™‚ Can I just say that I’m glad you found my website because I am loving your blog. I just browsed around a little and your photos make me want to visit HK one day… not to mention, your mom in an awesome photog! Def. following you bak πŸ™‚

    Hope you had a merry Christmas!


  2. the red blazer looks pretty good on you – i love it with the combination of your flower skirt! and the gold nail polish rocks!

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