This european air it always warms my face.

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It may not feature on the titles of that esteemed television show Eastenders like the Thames, but Munich's river Isar definitely trumps it regarding prettiness. Wandering along its banks on a snowy Saturday afternoon before heading to Beirut Beirut for all kinds of lebanese goodness made for the perfect start to the weekend. It's odd how you tend to not do touristy things the moment you live somewhere, as if paying the deposit on your room equates to some kind of agreement to not indulge in a Lonely Planet travel guide because you're a Münchner (a phrase I had to look up, fyi). So this time Charlotte and I headed down to see the frankly crazy surfers do their thing, and Sunday was reserved for art galleries and coffee, and maybe a bit of fangirling in front of a Fuseli. This girl knows how to live.

She's up in the sky, up in the domes.

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Photos by Carmen.

At least taking outfit photos results in finding out more about the area I work in! As I'm sure every other blogger out there has mentioned at some point in the last three months, finding the time to take outfit photos when it's light outside and you have a full time job is, to say the least, pretty tricky. Limiting ourselves to our lunch hour, Carmen and I often end up taking photos in the car park, but this time we went a little further afield (it was a whole five minute walk, if that's not commitment, I don't know what is) and found this little wooded area. Give us two minutes to de-coat and swap hats, and then we were snapping away, much to the amusement of the local dogwalkers.

Anyway, must return to my pancakes and maybe change out of my pyjamas at some point as I'm headed to the alte Pinakothek with friends later. However on trend I'm sure this floral primark number is, I think I'd rather people looked at the exhibition rather than myself.

You're so dark.

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Don Valley Bowl Arctic Monkeys t-shirt: £20. The Kooples leather jacket. American Apparel corduroy circle skirt: £15, via ebay. Burgundy cut-out boots: c/o Ark. Marks and Spencer shoulder bag: £43. Rotary watch: gift. Charity shop leather belt: 20p. Charity shop faux fur scarf: £1. Superdry "electric pink" lipstick. Essie "eternal optimist" nail varnish.
Photos by Carmen.

I would put very good money on this being my most worn outfit. As far as pay per wear goes, every item I'm wearing must be in the pennies region, and I know that the boots will soon be heading that way too. When people praise a celebrity for "recycling" clothing, I do wonder what that social media executive thinks is normal, as, come on guys, they washed it and wore it again like every normal person. Unless you're Chris Brown. I don't know what it is about this skirt which makes it so wearable, but I find that it's quite a flattering shape for my hourglass figure, although I may have to retire it soon as it's so bloody short. The leather jacket goes without saying, really. I bought it as a finishing university present, and despite it being the most expensive thing I've ever bought I don't regret it in the slightest as it's become a wardrobe staple that I grab every time when I'm rushing out to catch the u bahn to work. As for the top, you might have heard that I like this little sheffield band called the Death Ramps? I've seen them five times now, and purchased this Arctic Monkeys t-shirt (my second) at their homecoming gig a few years ago and it's lasted pretty well considering how many countries it's been to, festivals I've survived, and times it's been in the wash. Here's hoping the bobble hat I got at Earl's Court lasts as long!
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