Sunday, December 31, 2017

Ready for 2018!

So over the last few days and especially during the holidays i’ve been a little M.I.A. With the intention of recharging my batteries to the fullest i finally got the chance to avoid anything work related and i can honestly say that i needed this break 100 percent. It truly felt so amazing spending most of the time at my parents hourse. But all good things must come to an end. I’m currently on the way back to Vienna to not only celebrate New Years Eve with my boyfriend but also to take the advantage to play a little bit more tourist in the city i live. I guess that happens to a lot of us – you move to a city you fell in love and then all of a sudden you stop exploring and stick to your favorite places. Before i moved to Vienna i was super interested getting to know every single district and simply walking around like you would in a foreign city. With the beginning of 2018 i’m definitely eager to change that and maybe a few other things as well – but i will leave my personal goals til the last possible moment since i will always be a total last minute girl.

Speaking of last minute which pretty much describes the last shooting i did before Christmas and somehow it turned out to be one of my favorites. Together with Julian who launched his blog TWINETIQUETTE one month ago we decided to shot a few festive looks in a beautiful scenery. Since we had a clear vision of the location we spontanously got the chance to shot at the wonderful Hotel Altstadt Vienna which is located at the Kirchengasse 41 in the 7th district near the city center. It was absolutely perfect for our editorial and we felt inspired right from the start.

I went for this lovely lace dress from Holy which is still available at Peek & Cloppenburg. I wore this  beautiful piece at a wedding winter a few weeks ago and i couldn’t ask for more. It has the perfect length, a rich blue color and a super flattering feminine cut. So since the Alstadt Vienna offers a lot of different rooms which have been designed by renowed architects like Matteo Thun or contemporary fashion designer like Lena Hoschek it was an absolute dream to not only take all these pictures but also create a short film at such unique and charming place.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Twinetiquette

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