April 27, 2010

It makes it easier to know exactly what I want

I love Accessorize! The first time I stepped into that store was in London back in 2008. My first reaction was like: ‘Oh my gosh! Mum, I want to have everything!’ My mindset hasn’t changed until today. Every time I access the store I hope that there were heaps of money in my purse waiting to be spend for those gorgeous things.
Here a little wish list of things I hopefully can buy in London (quite a lot, i won't buy everything anyway):

Another giveaway that fits perfectly: You can win a bike-necklace from Accessorize here.

Snow Patrol - Hands Open:

April 25, 2010

Just say yes, just say there's nothing holding you back

As I mentioned before I'm going to visit London in one week and I'm so exited.
It's not my first visit and I love to come back in my favourite city in the world.
Well, it's a class trip and we stay there one week. And one thing I'll do besides sightseeing is shopping. Of course! You wouldn’t? The first thing I'll buy is the obligatory "I love London"-T-Shirt because mine - which I bought back in 2008 - shrank while washing.

I wanted to take the chance to ask:
Does anyone of you have some shopping tips for me?
Where are your favourite stores? Markets? Thrift Stores? Must-sees?
Go ahead!

I will post reviews to the stores and markets I’ll visit after I’m back home.

Snow Patrol - Just say yes:

April 23, 2010

Your persistent beating heart it’s just a start

Scarlett Johansson for Mango.

I really like the photos and the clothes. Especially the blouse in the second picture.
What is your favorite piece of the collection?

Colbie Caillat - Tailor Made:

April 20, 2010

And my eyes are getting tired as the day begins to break

I feel so tired the last days! Yesterday I went to bed at 9 pm but I'm still tired.
Tomorrow I write a test about Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night Dream' and I haven't start learning yet. And several tests follow next week. It's just too much at the moment. Definitely need some free days.

Today just a little video for you. It's about Yvan Rodic. I really like his blog and his extraordinary photos.

Better start learning now. See you later!

Amy MacDonald - Your Time Will Come (live):

April 18, 2010

You can't start a fire without a spark

Sometimes we all feel like a lumperjack.

I do not own the pictures. I do not claim any rights.

Hope you all enjoy your weekend. I do. The weather is so nice!

Amy MacDonald - Dancing in the Dark:

April 14, 2010

I can't bridge this distance

It’s my favourite commercial at the moment. Just love it! It’s so funny when he lifts the sack of potatoes.

Tomorrow I'll write a test in politics. I don't like that subject at all. Well, now I have to start learning for it. Bye!

Tyler Hilton - Missing You:

April 11, 2010

I want so much to open your eyes cuz I need you to look into mine

Think this is the longest post I’ve ever written. Let’s see who of you reads it till the end.
Oh and thank you, my eight followers, for reading my blog!

Thursday and yesterday I spent in Frankfurt doing some shopping.
I really love big cities! I live in a small village and I’m always exited when I come to a larger city. It’s kind of ‘different’ there in a positive way. There is movement. It’s like the air is shimmering. So many different kinds of people, so many different stories: A man singing a sea shanty in the underground station, girls and boys offering a free hug in the pedestrian area Zeil, guys that are happy to hug a blonde beauty for free and girls running around with huge shopping bags.
I swear – it sound silly but anyway – every time I get of the train I can literally smell that I arrived in a large city like Frankfurt.

On Thursday I went to Primark for the first time. Everything is so cheap there and a lot of accessories found their way into my shopping bag. I’ll definitely go there again but when there aren’t any school holidays because the store was full of people. I think I’ve waited about 20 minutes to get to the changing rooms, it was hot and I was a little bit on the edge. I’m quite sad about the fact that some items I wanted so badly weren’t available anymore but in a few weeks I go to London and maybe I can catch some things there.
My yield:


Yesterday the Glamour Shopping Week started and of course I couldn’t resist buying something. So I drove to Frankfurt on the last Saturday of the school holidays. Thought it was the worst I could do – especially because it was the first day of Glamour Shopping Week - and expected crowds of people in the stores but I couldn’t go to Frankfurt next week because of school. Well, I arrived in Frankfurt at 10 am and it was quite empty. There were free changing rooms at H&M without waiting (Yippee! I hate to wait for changing rooms.) Only when I got to Zara the crowds came. Missed my train because I had to wait a long time at the pay desk. But anyway it was worth it because I found this skirt with floral pattern at Zara for only 10€.

At H&M I bought a treggings and tights with dots on it and I found two beautiful necklaces at Accessorize

When I got home an H&M packet arrived. Show you the things I keep later.
Snow Patrol - Open your eyes:

April 07, 2010

What a wonderful world

I think most of you already know the 'A month in fashion'-video Garance Doré posted on her blog a few days ago but I still wanted to share it with you because I had so much fun while watching it. Garance Doré delivers us an beautiful insight into the fashion world. I love the scene of her and Scott Schuman on bed blogging with matching laptops. Also liked the song playing in the backround. I think it's the best version of 'Somewhere over the rainbow/What a wonderful world' I've ever heard.

Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole - Somewhere Over The Rainbow: