Read this article in DeutschSometimes beautiful things come together through Instagram. Like fellow blogger and photographer Rae and me. I had known her blog for years, but had lost sight of it – until she wrote me about Instagram in a completely surprising way to ask for a joint shoot. We arranged for the small photo-meeting with this discreet 90’s camouflage look and I realized that Rae’s blog has changed so fundamentally as I have never seen it on a blog. Tension break.
90’s Camouflage Look
This dress comes with two contrasting things: the camouflage pattern, which I usually find super ugly and a dungaree dress cut that I love. Camouflage, ugh. So I own only this dress and that I own it, surprised myself. I never liked the pattern. Actually, it is really nice: continuous color clusters, which look objectively really aesthetic. My deep, inner aversion to this innocent pattern is probably more likely due to the associated use of the military (I do not want to wear anything that looks after the war), the classic colors in muted green tones (which can not endure these colors), and the usual (Mis) use of the pattern in fashion (always on over-tacky pieces). When I discovered this camouflage dress at The Ragged Priest, I was surprised how cute I find it. Treasures, for everything there are exceptions and my exception from my general camouflage hate is this 90’s Dungaree Dress. The dress is like anything with camouflage anyway tacky, but sweet tacky. A pinch “We children from the station Zoo”, a pinch of retro, a pinch of cyber.
(This article was translated from German with Google Translate)
In addition, I wear in this 90’s camouflage look: retro nikes via Vinted, Guess sunglasses (this one), a choker from NA-KD and this netshirt from Bluebella. Bluebella is actually my favorite lingerie brand and since they produce nothing but underwear, I wonder what the intended purpose of this shirt is. Sexy pointless sleepwear?
Rae and her blogazine Love From Berlin
Rae from Love From Berlin – short LFB – has taken a big step: She has opened her blog to other authors and turned him into a blogazine. Earlier, so I knew the site yet, one found under the address a classic fashion blog with lifestyle themes. Today, various writers write about feminism, art, LGBT and above all Berlin. From an own blog to an online magazine – a daring step, which I admire a lot. I like the Tumblr-esque picture style and I love the sentimental texts found in the opinion category. If an artist or Instagram babe is presented, I’m immediately a fan because every time the style is exactly to my taste and I haven’t heard of the person before. Sunny girl Rae is from the USA, which is why it’s a Berlin magazine in English. So don’t be surprised if you look at LFB – I highly recommend it to you!