Pink jumper: Bijenkorf Collection, Trousers: H&M, Belt: Escada Sport, Boots: Chico(new)
“Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.”
Wearing a pre-loved pink jumper on an old pair of beautiful black trousers on a sunny Saturday (look at my eyes…). I have chosen to wear this romantic outfit for Valentine’s Day too, since I knew I would spent quite a bit of time in my kitchen. With this outfit I could be a kitchen princess and get “date night” right as well.
Remember the 5 love languages from previous blog posts? You may have gotten the impression that I am quite impressed by them. Well, you’re right. I am! Keeping them in mind and knowing my family’s love for Italian food, I decided to spoil my loved ones with a romantic red dinner; prosecco with red ice cubes, tomato soup, pasta pollo with red pesto and a gelato dessert with strawberries followed by coffee and chocolate.
Read on to find out how this dinner included all 5 love languages and to enjoy some more pretty pink pictures.
“Enjoy the butterflies of winter. Each as unique and amazing as you!”
Since pictures sometimes speak louder than words, a blogpost with lots of photos and few words.
Wel…that was the plan. Honestly! Truth is that I just like writing too much to go for photos only. I will still show you a lot of snowy photos this week and use the opportunity to tell you why pictures often speak louder than words and how you can use that knowledge.
Jumper: Street One, Trousers: Tally Weijl, Boots: Unisa, Accessories: unknown (al items are pretty old…)
“Saying I’ll try really means I am not really committed.”
– Robin S. Sharma
In this blogpost I show you how I tried out 3 different accessories with the same jumper. Mind you: try out. That is something else than “try”. “Try out” means experimenting and drawing conclusions from it, whereas “try” means….yeah, what message does the word “try” actually bring across? Read on to find out…
Cardigan: Vögele, Top: Tally Weijl, Trousers: Jacqueline Young, Shoes: Lowa, Sunnies: Cerjo, Beret: H&M (new)
“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.”
– Anthony J. D’Angelo
Living close to the mountains means that you can often go there to find both snow and sunshine in winter. A luxury I highly appreciate and often enjoy. And when even going to the mountains does not bring sunshine, I bring the sunshine myself!
Dress: Only, Boots: The Little Shoe Shop, Hat: H&M, Top: Tally Weijl, Necklace and Bag: ? (gifts from my mum)
“Walking Your Talk Is A Great Way To Motivate Yourself. No One Likes To Live A Lie. Be Honest With Yourself, And You Will Find The Motivation To Do What You Advise Others To Do.”
– Vince Poscente
I am a blogger who “walks her talks”. That means that I have enjoyed lots of yummy meals and cakes during the holidays and…tada…being 40+, this has had some effect on my beautiful belly! I can imagine that some of you may recognise this and that’s why I show you several stylish dresses and skirts that have this extra bonus of hiding your belly pretty well.
Coat: Yes or No, Skirt: Esprit: Boots: Stravers Shoes, Sweater: H&M (new)
“What the New Year brings to you will depend a great deal on what you bring to the New Year.”
– Vern McLellan
In my case it is this new sweater to start with…I use it in this week’s blogpost as a way to explain why you should stick to only one New Year’s Resolution. The one that matters to you. The one that makes a difference. The one that will determine what the New Year brings to you.
I will also show you three different ways to style it, since all good things come in threes!
Cardigan: Street One, Top: Yes or No, Jeans: H&M, Boots: Chigo, Sunnies: Cerjo, Necklace: ? (but very nice!)
My Christmas holidays are the perfect moment to relax and to reflect. This year I am in Switzerland during my holidays, enjoying the beauty this country has got to offer in winter. Lots of winter walks and skiing, followed by cosy evenings with my family or friends (see this previous blogpost).
Jumper: Esprit, Bag & Beret (new): H&M, Skirt: Yes or No, Necklace: gift from my mum
I assume many of you have enjoyed several Xmas events these past few weeks, like lunches, dinners, parties and so on. Sometimes they start right after work and that’s why I love this festive yet easy outfit. I can quickly create it after a day of teaching by only changing a pair of trousers for black tights and this skirt. That way I am ready to join my friends for lunch after a morning of teaching, my colleagues for Xmas drinks after a day of teaching or my husband for a superb brunch after an early winter walk. Three Xmas events in the past week and since they all involved different people, I kind of cheated and repeated the same trick 3 times, getting lots of compliments 3 times too! Life is good.
Dress: Only, Ankle boots: Chigo
It will come as no surprise that I have embraced the tartan trend in the form of another dress (like I did with the animal print trend too). I take the phrase “dress to impress” quite literally I suppose.
Trousers/Top/Cardigan (new): H&M
Winter is coming and I am so ready for it! Till we have got lots of snow, I simply create my own winter whites. This super cosy, fluffy and soft cardigan is a recent buy (children’s department, so not only a small size, also a small price). Remember my neutral 1st of August outfit? This is my neutral winter version, perfect for the 1st of December!