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Winter fashion styles that make…
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…me smile and keep me warm of course. I think that’s the most important thing, for sure. But that doesn’t mean, you can’t with style. Some people think in winter you don’t have to keep an eye on what you are wearing, as long as it keeps you warm and cozy. And some also have the wrong assumption, that winter styles don’t look fashionable. 

Trendy fall fashion 2019…
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…or how to be stylish and stay warm at the same time. When it gets colder, it doesn’t mean it gets less fashionable or less stylish. Not at all. As probably mentioned already a hundred times, it offers you so many different styling options and combinations.

When with Zalando casual meets classic…
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…fashionable and stylish outfits are guaranteed. And more sooner than later, fall is around the corner. The temperatures are getting colder and our clothes warmer. I mean, we still have some beautiful and even warm days ahead.

Do you dare to wear sports wear…
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…on the streets? Me? Yes, of course! Because, I love to try out different things, to mix styles and outfits and go beyond borders. Don’t be too narrow minded, don’t be too afraid of others opinion. Do what you love, what makes you happy and no one else. It’s your style and show your personality with what you are wearing. 

Fashion backflash to the 90ies with…
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…this stylish heavy rugger shirt by GANT. It’s their fashion it-piece out of the 90’s and it so reminds me to that decade when it was mostly worn as a rugby shirt. But it can be styled in so many different ways. For example as a stylish outfit for the weekend.

Game, Set and Fashion with GANT Piqué…
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…the trendy polo shirt which is never out of fashion. And let’s be honest we all love to indulge in memories and refer back to the good old times. And that’s totally ok, at least sometimes. However, only if we don’t forget to live in the here and now and put the focus to the future.

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