|Not Rock N' Roll, but Punk N' Pink!|
|Leather, studs, fishnet tights and metallic: What a bad girl look!|
|Like a futuristic and rebellious cat woman, do you agree?|
|But still not without cuteness. Also a black heart is still a heart...|
|Cat Woman wears gloves, a heroine can't leave fingerprints for sure.|
|You don't wanna see my claws, I assure you.|
|Fishnet tights with stars to enhance the futuristic look.|
|What a funny feeling to have whiskers suddenly!|
|Beautiful detail at my back: Round black buttons.|
|The probably most comfy and warm boots I'll ever have: My pink Dr. Martens.|
Yes, I love everything cute, but today cuteness includes a hint of punk. The dress I am wearing is from my favourite Spanish label Yiddish Chutzpah. Their latest collection (which I introduced here) is inspired by punk and designer Gema Alonso influenced me too in how I styled my dress.
Of course there are no other shoes than Doc Martens to be considered. Because I am no true punk but rather a candy girl, I choose pink ones with a cosy pink fur on the inside. I must say, they are probably the best fitted shoes for winter I ever had. It's no coincidence, they are popular among postmen and police officers (of course not in my pink version).
A punk inspired look is never complete without fishnet tights and a few studs. As a contrast I wear my new cat fascinator from my hat genie Pearls & Swine. The silver dress reminds me a little bit of a garment for a female super heroine. A futuristic cat-woman, why not? When it's cold outside, I am a huge fan of staying home and watching science fiction movies, maybe it reflects already in what I wear. At the moment I am very much into Star Trek again, just like in my teenage years.
Even I agree, that it takes a little bit of courage, to walk through the city like this, but I think "Let them stare, at least I can make sure they see something extraordinary today."