Last sunday in the Mauerpark in Berlin. I went there with Julia, my temporarily roomie. We decided to walk to the park, since the weather was pretty nice. I think we experienced a true first springlike weekend! It was really sunny at the park and there where many people sitting on the hill, soaking up the sun. The market was OK, most of the stuff was a bit too expensive but the food was pretty good and it was nice wandering around for a bit. Did you enjoy the lovely weather? xx
Top with woolen body and silk sleeves: COS | bracelets: COS
Here is a shot of something I wore last weekend. Without my photographer (aka Mart) it's quite hard to show you outfit photos but I will try! The photo was taken at the Museuminsel in front of the Pergamon museum, just love all these pillars. Have you ever been in Berlin, if yes what are your favorite spots? xx
Coat: COS | Leather gilet: Maison Scotch | Top: Maison Scotch | Jeans: Acne | Boots: Dr Martens |
Leather bag: Zara | Scarf: Asos | Hat: made by mum
Hi Guys, long time no see! Sorry for the lack of updates, from now on I will update on a more regular basis again :) A lot has happened since I posted the last time. People that are following me on Instagram probably already guessed: I've moved to Berlin. At the beginning of February my last semester at the University started and I already wrote my thesis and stuff, so the only thing left is my internship. I really wanted to do that part abroad because I think it will be a great experience. After searching, applying and doing the interviews I had several options and in the end I choose for an internship at Glossybox. Most of you probably have heard, or personally know, Glossybox. It is a company that offers (monthly) beauty boxes for a good price with five products in it. Their head office is located in Berlin and that is where I will be located for the coming months.
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Mart and his parents brought me to Berlin last week and I showed them the city. We went to see some left over pieces of the Wall - with graffiti and chewing gum on it - we went to the Holocaust Memorial, the Reichstag, the Ku'damm (which has a great pasta place at number 212 called Nudel Works), the Brandenburger Tor, walked down Unter den Linden, went into Friedrichshain to eat and drink something. We also walked through Potsdamer Platz, to the Mitte district to see Checkpoint Charlie and went to what is called the best burger place in Berlin: 'Burgermeister' at Schlesisches Tor. xx