|A look for a baptism according to Lovely Sara: Elegant but quirky.|
|I'm daydreaming about future adventures with my little godchild.|
|Vivetta is very popular in Japan; that's why I chose it for my half-Japanese girl.|
|No, I don't carry my lunch in this shiny bag from Korean designer Yesimfrench.|
|Being indulged in the sweet memories of a perfect day.|
|I still can't stop smiling when I think about it.|
|Helping hands: Like my collar protects my neck, I'll always be protecting a little girl.|
|Keep your belongings in your bag and cherish your dearest memories in your mind!|
Sometimes perfectionism keeps me from showing you my most beloved looks: The light is not right, I have a bad hair day, I don't feel beautiful enough – whatever excuse I can find keeps me from being a good blogger. This outfit waited in my wardrobe for a very long time. I bought it for the baptism of my godchild last autumn, a very special occasion.
Because my little girl is half-Japanese, half-German I wanted to wear something with a hint of Japanese flair. Vivetta seemed the perfect choice and a bag from Korean label Yesimfrench completes my look. Even if I love statement jewellery, for this event I went for less: A baby and big necklaces and chunky rings just don't go very well together.
I was very nervous at the baptism. As well I wanted to look especially pretty, because the pictures taken at the day might cause how she sees me in the future. Probably they will decide if I am the old crone or the cool auntie in her life…
I am so grateful for taking part in the life of this girl. I loved her from the very first time I saw her, and maybe she will be an accomplice in living a life in pink…
Please don't forget to tell me how you like this look.