Hello lovely Readers 🙂
If you read Sabine’s and my posts frequently I guess you realized that I’m generally the one with the shorter, more superficial and sometimes probably „lighter“ textes… On the one side that’s for sure because we are very different in some way and my writing style represents more the way I am, but on the other side it’s also a result of the language barrier I still face when I sit in front of my computer trying hard to find the right words to express myself in english (… far away am I from being totally fluent after having spent two months in London :O ). But together with the pictures I wanna show you in this post I thought it would be worth to write something a little more personal (even if all the clothing issues are VERY personal for me 😉 ). I remember how Sabine and I spoke about setting up a fashion blog 2 years ago, but I also remember how much this idea scared me: I followed many of these beautiful girls who had their own fashion blog and I was so insecure about myself – what if I I’ll never be satisfied with the pictures, what if no one’ll ever read our blog, what if others’ll talk bad about it and what if I’ll talk myself down each time I see my pictures untill finally the whole blogging thing would be more a nightmare than a hobby? But what scared me the most was the possibility that I’ll never do it – always talking about setting up a blog, notice the girls who already run their blog with some admiration but to be honest also some jealousy but never fire the starting pistol for our own blog just because I’m too scared of it …? I don’t know how it came but something inside of me made me go ahead: there were many of these moments when I felt so bad after seeing the pictures and didn’t like at all the way I looked but more and more my focus changed and the whole process of running a blog, showing beautiful clothes (and the way they look became more relevant than the way my face, my legs or whatever look) and experience great moments with great people connected with our blog was what motivated me and what this blog is really about now. So when I show you these pictures I shot together with Luca and remember our shooting day I really feel blessed that I found a new hobby 2 years ago after giving up horse riding 🙂 Working together with such motivated and professional people like Luca, who is a young passionate photographer from Zurich and very professional in his working, is a bless and hopefully I get the chance to make more such great experiences in future. Talking about the future – we plan to do two further shootings with Luca, showing you the Blackbeard bags and clothes from Weinberg Store at Zurich Bahnhofstrasse – so let’s see what the future brings 🙂
So even if we are at the very beginning of our „blog journey“ and still a very little fish in the huge ocean, what this post is about, is: believe you can do it and don’t hustle on your way – it all needs is time 🙂
Now finally some words to the pictures: Lucky me we got the chance to lend this beautiful bag and shoes from the Navyboot showroom for our shooting. And believe me girls, these shoes are amazing: I stood and walked in them for about 6 hours and my feet didn’t hurt at all – so go for them if you need some classy fall ankle boots 😉 I couldn’t resist to combine the outfit with my necklace from Almog – I just never get tired of it!
I hope you like the pictures and thank you for reading 🙂
Pictures and edit by: Luca Greco (check out his Facebook page)