My favorite store in Kreuzberg. Selling for both ladies and gents and they also offer a wide range of interior items. They have amazing items from many different brands, amongst others Carin Wester, Nike, Playtype, Acne Studios and Whyred. Here a selection of products that you can buy at their online store:


Can I go back?

When can I go back? Have you ever been to Berlin, no?! You better book something immediately, because just look at those buildings. The city is a-ma-zing! So happy that I got the opportunity to live there for six months when doing my internship last year. I might want to go again for a year or so after graduating my Masters :-) xx


Spring and Shoulder-pads

Here an outfit from last week. The weather allows it to wear leather jackets again so I decided to take this vintage eighties jacket out. Shoulder-pads it is! And also, I'm wearing vintage Air Max sneakers that I got as a gift a while ago. These are my second pair, I only have my Nike Free Running ones, so I'm really not a sneaker person. It's nice to finally have a not sporty pair though!

I Love that it is still bright enough to take photos after work and that spring is showing some first signs. That is why I couldn't resist to take the obliged 'under the blossom tree' outfit photos! xx

Leather jacket: Vintage | Knit: Asos | Jeans: Vintage Levi's | Shoes: Vintage Nike Air Max | Bag: Zara | Scarf: Gifted

PS. Not that I mind blossom photos, you've probably seen plenty on your Instagram feed already. It's that time of the year again!


Breakfast of Champions

What's better than starting the day with a fruit overload. Happy weekend to you! xx


When in Berlin

When in Berlin one visits certain stores, such as COS, Muji and Voostore. Of course I couldn't go home without buying something. I bought a pair of trousers at COS, this amazing Playtype poster at Voostore (wanted to buy it for quite some time), a few little things at Muji and a funny book about Germans. xx


Berlin Wall Art

One of the best things of Berlin is all the creativity that flows throughout the city. For example, you can find graffiti on almost every corner. One can actually better call it wall art, since cannot be compared to the 'tags' and other 'artworks' one finds here. The wall paintings in Berlin are often pieces of art; it is clear that true artists have been working on them.

Above you can find a selection of my personal favorites. Of course there are also many buildings covered in typical graffiti - especially in former East-Berlin areas such as Prenzlauer Berg. Which one do you like best? xx


Trial and Error

 Doing what I do best: capturing the moment and failing in uploading it on Instagram. Don't what I did wrong but somehow I managed to NOT upload the photo until I was back on wifi at the hotel. Luckily it worked again the next day, resulting in many photos on Instagram (@heritagemode.

Beanie: Asos | Coat: vintage Burberry | Denim shirt: Muji | Apple iPhone | Case: By Gitte