Make pretend it's 1969 forever.

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Vintage gold blouse: 50p, via charity shop. Truffle American Apparel circle skirt: £15, via ebay. Ark cut out boots. Ponyskin box bag (unfortunately now sold out): c/o Missguided.
Photos by Carmen.

When looking through my photographed charity shop bargains it seems like this top has never quite made it onto the blog, despite buying it last Summer and wearing it countless times. In this instance, it was for the filming of the new Stylight TV advert which we got paid for in beer and sweets (what I'd spend the money on anyway) and watching my new pal Rosa jump up and down like a lunatic while Lydie, Aida and Anne took what must've been their billionth shot of the day. For me, however, the final cut at P1 was my cue to jump on the u bahn home to shower, get changed, and head to Lauren's (doing make up on the train, a skill that once learned never leaves) for a real night out which, thankfully, was not caught on camera. I can however confirm that it did involve trips behind the bar and spilt sambuca shots, I'm not really sure what more you could ask for!

You're gonna see that we're not the same.

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Photos by Carmen.

For a fashion blogger this might sound a little odd, but I actually really don't like buying clothes. Don't get me wrong, I like having new things and collecting pretty labels (probably just me that keeps the nice ones), and finding bargains in the sales is always fun, but I find trying things on and finding the perfect addition to my wardrobe a real chore as I'm so fussy with what I wear. As I hadn't bought any new clothes since being in Munich other than these shearling wedges, Lauren and I decided to forgo the high street and headed to one of the quieter parts to have a browse away from the crowds. Kauf Dich Glücklich is a bit like a tiny Urban Outfitters but with the feel of an independent boutique. And it sells coffee. Lauren bagged herself a half price Cheap Monday beanie, and I was quite happy to get this blouse reduced from €65. (Let's be honest, I bought it because it's a top half version of a smock dress and it's burgundy. Someone stop me from buying anything else in this colour please.)

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.
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