I’m sorry guys, it’s been quiet around here for a week now and I didn’t intend to not post anything last Sunday or this Tuesday, I just didn’t have the time. A lot of things are on my mind right now, but I want to share some thoughts with you on Sunday and just make this an outfit post here.
Last Sunday, the Mister and I had a long walk through Vienna (very smart when it has about 4 degrees and you’re freezing your butt of but hey…) starting in the 7th district and ending up at the Naschmarkt. I love this place with it’s colorful market stalls and different smells, all the spices and teas and cheeses, and don’t even get me started on the restaurants! I think every Viennese or Austrian, and most people that have ever visited Vienna, know the Naschmarkt and it’s busy hustle and bustle, but last Sunday, the place presented it’s quiet and deserted side. Due to the cold, everybody apparently decided to stay in, and everything is closed at the Naschmarkt on Sunday anyways. Still, the backdrop had it’s charm so we decided to snap some quick pictures.
I was really cold and didn’t want to take my coat off completely, but I really liked the very 70s outfit and wanted to show you my latest purchases in action.
I love my new oversized wool coat by H&M Trend. Since I had a voucher, the coat was a real steal, and it’s made of 100% wool so it has a really nice quality! The only downside is that it’s not lined, so I had to wear my good old leather jacket underneath it to stay „warm“ enough.
Scarf: COS, leather jacket: Urban Code, bag: Alexander Wang „Rockie“
The pants are from & Other Stories and made of quite sheer wool, so they were not ideal to take out on such a windy, chilly day. I definitely will wear some knee socks or even thin tights underneath next time! The shoes are from Berlin, I bought them a couple of years ago in a vintage store, I think it was Made in Berlin.
My new silk blouse with oak print, also from & Other Stories, was love at first sight when I spotted it online, and it’s even more beautiful in real life.
Did any of you see the Austrian movie „Gruber Geht“ with Manuel Rubey already? In the final scene, I realized that the female lead character Sarah is standing right in front of the same Orient Shop. We’ve watched the film this week and I quite liked it!
Have a good start into the grey and rainy weekend loves, I‘ m going to leave the house now to have a coffee with the Mister and run some errands. Tomorrow, I will join a birthday party, and the birthday boy has set his mind on barbecuing, so I’m very eager to see how he will cope with the cold while the rest of us sit inside and enjoy our drinks… 😉 xx Verena