It has already been more than a month ago that I went to Milan for Milan Fashion Week. It was such an experience and I was so super happy to be there. But when I got back I had a lot of working to do and I just could not find the time and energy to write down all my adventures.
Well luckily I have found back the energy and I had some more free days the last week so today I can finally show you the last outfit from Milan Fashion Week. Featuring the most gorgeous dress ever, from House of Dagmar! This dress fitted so well and it made me feel so super comfortable with what I was wearing. And matched my style, how I felt, it matched Milan pretty well and it was just perfect for the occasion. Stylish, chic, of a very good quality and an original design.
I am really curious to find out what you think of this look. Would you have worn this dress with the black leather jacket and the black pumps or would you have styled the dress in a completely different way?
The dress is from House of Dagmar and can be found HERE (I borrowed this dress from a press agency), besides the dress I am wearing my FURLA bag*, Sacha pumps* and leather jacket from Oakwood via Zalando.
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Come stai, how are you all doing? Todays blogpost does not need any words if you ask me! During my three weeks in Italy I got the opportunity to go to Milan Fashion Week and besides visiting some shows I also shot a lot of different photos of fabulous looking people with amazing outfits.
So I got the chance to shoot some Milan Fashion Week streetstyle and of course I could not just let that opportunity pass by! Shooting these photos was a lovely experience, it was so cool to be standing there between all the magazine photographers and to make pretty pictures of bloggers and editors!
For a first try at streetstyle photography I think the photos turned out pretty good but I definitely need some more practice haha… Maybe next season?! We will see haha.
Enjoy these pictures and let me know what you think of my personal Milan Fashion Week streetstyle selection! Which look or detail do you like best? Let me know dearies!
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Today I want to talk to you about my Milan fashion week experience last summer! After visiting Amsterdam Fashion Week I also had the big privilege to check out some shows and street style during Milan Fashion Week!
I have A LOT (not exaggerating) to share with you guys so I am going to put the video and the street style in a different post but I already wanted to tell you some about my experience, the shows I saw and give you some tips for when you want to visit Milan Fashion Week as well 🙂
To start this story, I am very happy and lucky that I got in at some shows! I did not email for invitations, I was not invited upfront and I was a bit scared to just ask to get in, but in the end I did and it was awesome. It was a very exciting adventure which was mostly unprepared except for the fact that I happened (partially planned it that way) to be in Milano during fashion week. If you want to visit shows I do not recommend you go to Milano without having any invitations because it would be a shame if you did not get in. If you however am also interested in shooting some street style pictures and you want to capture the vibe, the Milan Fashion Week feeling, GO (but prepare!).
In total I went to 5 different shows, most of them were from somewhat less famous designers but one of the shows was from the amazing Fausto Puglisi. I was told by a lot of different people that ‘it would be difficult to get in’ or ‘nearly impossible’. But I think I quiet have proven that this is not true.
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Ho sono tornato / I’m back, from my Italian adventure and my wonderful Italian life! Because of my full time training at H&M and my immediate holiday afterwards I had a little bit of a blogging break which I really needed. But now I am back with some great new ideas, lots of creative spirit and some amazing stories to tell you!
Starting today with a little bit of a peek into my Italian life in Firenze, or Florence (As a self-pronounced Fiorentina or Florentian I prefer Firenze over Florence though…).
I arrived in Pisa and took the first bus to Firenze, I was exhausted from my full time training and I also learned some bad news just the day before I left. An emotional roller coaster to say the least. When boarding my plane in Eindhoven the excitement finally started to kick in but I was relieved when I arrived at my Fiorentine apartment. As soon as I met my roomie and flatmates I was happy and felt home! If you guys are reading this, thank you for the amazing time <3
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