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Hello again lovelies!

I hope you had a great start into the week!

When I see the pictures for today’s blog post, they make me grin ;-) . It was our last night in Berlin for the fashion week and after a really long day, Yasmin and I decided to let this day end with a nice evening on the rooftop bar at the lovely Hotel Zoo.

However, let me start at the beginning.

Our day started early with a photo shoot in the morning, followed by the stunning fashion show from Marina Hoermanseder.

As in the past, many well-known guests were invited and attended the show, which took place outside of the E-Werk. Unfortunate for everyone who attended, the fashion show was scheduled for noon and it was 30+ degrees outside in the blazing sun. However, we were treated with delicious, cold drinks and lots of great entertainment.

After the show, we had another photo shoot scheduled with Christian Vierig, aka The Styleograph. Then we had to head back to our hotel where I had around 30 minutes time to shower, redo my makeup and hair and get dressed again for the next show of that day – hosted by my dear friend Dawid Tomaszewski.

50 minutes later and an almost heart attack, thanks to traffic jams, I managed to get to the extraordinary location where the runway show took place. The venue was a discarded supermarket, which was in my opinion a great choice. And, my very talented friend outdid himself again! The show left me speechless and his new designs are truly breathtaking.

So, after Dawid’s fashion show I drove back to the hotel with the intention to get changed again, as Marina Hoermanseder’s after show party was scheduled for the night. Nevertheless, I was way too exhausted and decided to just stay in and enjoy the last night in Berlin with Yasmin and some drinks at Hotel Zoo’s rooftop bar.

And for that relaxing evening with a couple of strawberry Daiquiris I was wearing a wonderful casual-chic look.

My silk top by Jadicted, with leopard pattern is decorated with fine lace and was just the perfect piece to wear for a wonderful summer evening.

Nevertheless, as you can imagine it can get quite windy on a rooftop I decided to wear a long matching silk “coat” (it is actually a dress, but if you wear it unbuttoned it just looks lovely as a fine coat), also by Jadicted.

On that note, leopard patterns are always a great idea and they are still super trendy ;).

I have combined these two lovely silk pieces by Jadicted (available on with some light, cropped jeans by Closed and black sandals by Tony Bianco. Unfortunately, the exact same ones are no longer available, as they have been part of my shoe collection for quite some time, but I tried to find similar looking ones for you online ;).

Last but not least, the black vintage Chanel bag completed my look nicely, even though I did not even plan it on purpose. I was already wearing that purse during the Tomaszewski show and simply did not feel like packing everything into another bag. Anyway, what matters is that it did in deed look great with my casual-chic evening look.

I hope you enjoyed today’s blog post and that I was able to inspire you with this look again. Thank you “stepping by” and I would love for you to tune back in on Tuesday, on!

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