Berlin Day #1: Hauptstadt 

My definition of wanderlust: You wake up in the morning with a slight sick feeling in your tummy, probably because you haven’t had enough sleep and you’re buzzing with the idea of exploring new lands, until there is no soil left on earth that you haven’t touched, no sunset you haven’t seen, no flower you haven’t smelled and no smile you haven’t seen. For our break we chose Berlin, because though I’ve been to Germany so many times, I’ve never visited Berlin before. It has only been one day, but I already love this land of hipster art, full of such a history. Adapting to street art. The ruins of the Berlin Wall are everywhere, with the graffiti, history and the soul trapped into it. As a travel necessity, we took our matchy Kanken backpacks,…

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Simplicity: The Turtleneck

It’s cold. It’s early. And you don’t want to leave your bed let alone your room. It would be quite good to just stay in bed, have some cereal and watch Netflix all day. Perfection. But the day awaits, so you get up. Now you have to get dressed, quick, find the easiest thing to wear! But it has to keep you warm as well! So you reach to the one item that qualifies with a twist of cashmere: The Turtleneck. It’s so easy for the days where you just don’t give a single f*ck. And honestly, anything less warm would look absurd. I don’t get it when people go out in thin layers to look “stylish”. I think dressing according to the season is very important and you won’t look stylish if you’re shivering. Go…

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Simplicity: The White Shirt

I’m pretty sure that you know by now that I’m a sucker for all things simple. From a single flower in the field to a simple grey jumper, I love simplicity. As I was reading about capsule wardrobes last week, I started thinking about my clothes. I can’t really say that I have a capsule wardrobe since I do enjoy patterns and vibrant colours from time to time, but obviously, I do have some key pieces that I wouldn’t be able to dress without. Though I just stated that I like colours, my wardrobe is quite monotonous consisting mostly of white, grey, black and dark green. If your essentials are in those colours, you can spice things up with vibrant items without actually making an effort. To come to todays topic, I feel like everyone…

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