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Linen – the fabric that calls for summer…
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…and from which the most summer clothes are made of. Or let’s say it’s the one fabric in men’s clothing that really gets me into that summer feeling. Don’t you feel the same?

New swimwear fashion trends…
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…or how to dress-up stylish when you are not wearing much at all. The summer has definitely arrived here in Zurich and temperatures are rising above 30 degrees Celsius on a regular basis. The best you can do now, you got it, refresh yourself with jumping into the lake or pool, to cool down. 

Hot summer and elegant clothing…
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…doesn’t have to be a contradiction – not at all. Of course if we talk about elegant clothing in men’s wardrobe it means long sleeved shirts, suits and tie or bow-tie. Quite heavy for a hot summer day with blazing sun and temperature rising above 35 degrees Celsius.

Casual shorts it is…
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…because summer is around the corner – finally! So we need to think about a suitable outfit to rock these warm and sunny days ahead. And when the temperatures are rising, the pants and shirts are getting shorter. 

Let’s keep up with a sporty and urban…
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…combination to get ready for a sunny weekend which is almost around the corner. Most probably you know, that I love to combine different styles and one of my favorite combination is a sporty and urban one. Sportswear doesn’t always have to be worn in the gym or for a workout, right?

Let’s take some time to talk about fashion…
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…phew, the last days were quite busy. I’m now back in Zurich for a few days. So, I’m happy to have some minutes for myself and write to you. I hope you’ve got some time for yourself, too, and even find a few hours to enjoy the beautiful fall we’re enjoying here in Switzerland. How beautiful, isn’t it?