you know what I love (–> insert sarcasm here)? people who have fashion blogs claiming they’re super grunge, punk and hippster-whatever. they show their piercings, crazy died hair and pretend to be the ultimate capitalist rebel. then they wear 200 euro brogues. reeeeally?

anyway, i am not getting into details here. i spent a crazy busy weekend and feel like i’m having a mini-burnout, that’s why today i am being the laziest bastard ever. i treated myself with some a-w-e-s-o-m-e velvet leggings and a velvet dress. that’s probably even more hypocrite than what i described in the begining of this post: buying brand new things that look like they’re from the 80ies, haha.
sooo, on friday i saw CITY AND COLOUR (thank you, dani!) and it was seriously on of the best concerts i’ve ever seen in my entire life. i cried, yes i did! that’s how beautiful it was.
saturday was incredibly busy. first i went to wonderful WE BANDITS, who pitched their tent at yppenplatz for all of october.
afterwards we made our way to the guerilla bakery. i have heard so much about it and always wanted to go. i had really high expectations, but to be frank: it all felt like a freakin mass processing. there were thousands of people, squeezed into a tiny little room, everything had to go incredibly fast, there wasn’t even’t time to look at what you were about to buy. the athmosphere in there was awful. on the other hands the baked goods were really delicious. we got two muffins and a brownie. 10 euros all together is a a lot of money. especially since it felt like being on an assembly belt. too bad, the concept of it all did sound good to me.


another amazing boutique in the area around weinmeisterstraße: BLAU. great and very unique pieces, varying from low to high budget in beautiful setting. the mix of designer vs. vintage pieces makes this store a must in berlin! also saw this table
 which i loved.


One thing I don’t like about thrifting? Dusty hands after. I love old things but the fact that you have to dig through loads of moldy, dusty things kills me. The more impressed I was when I found the Mulholland Drive Vintage Shop in Krakow. It’s the most well kept and fanciest second hand store I’ve ever been to. Unfortunately one of the blouses I bought had a little rip on the arm, which I realized after buying it. But other than that I was super impressed by everything and really loved the cute girl by the cash desk.

Another secret spot, a little less posh, is Plac Nowy in the Kazimierz district. It’s a little square with venders that sell jewelry, old bags, clothing but also food and flowers. You can find the most amazing leather goods there!


On friday I went to see h.anna at Mode Mühlbauer, one of the coolest stores in Vienna, for a little project. It’s just such a cool place: the interior, the design, the setup and of course the fashion! Here’s some impressions from the store and if you wanna know what exactly I was doing there: stay tuned!