|Ha, I'll never ever look standard!|
|Denim is for Ghosts? I show you how to wear it without turning invisible.|
|Even my pink bear is laughing about the idea of me turning into an invisible fashion ghost.|
|What is better than Barbie? – A whole bracelet of Barbie shoes. Now you’re jealous doll, aren’t you?|
|The duster, my current piece of obsession. No other piece of clothing goes with the breeze so well.|
|Bear and Me: A couple ready to make the streets our catwalk.|
|There comes a wind of freedom with a look like this.|
|Like a flag in the wind, I stand for the freedom to wear whatever I like.|
|Where dusters used to be worn to protect clothes from dusty streets, mine is the key piece of the look.|
|The probably most casual shoes I own and I couldn't love them more.|
While it was seen as daggy for a long time, everybody is styling double denim looks at the moment. Everybody? No, not me. I could count the pieces of denim I own on my hands, and there is just a single pair of trousers among them – this one.
People tell me denim goes with everything and is THE basic piece of their wardrobe. Since I avoid basics, this is what makes denim even less attractive. Is denim the uniform of a boring society everybody is wearing? I don’t want to join this club and turn into another faceless denim ghost girl. I simply refuse to give a piece of cloth the power to steal my identity.
This look is a challenge to myself. It’s about how to stay true to yourself while wearing something untypical. I am no plain and no boring looking girl, but up for a cool and urban look. While wearing everybody uniform, I stay true to my quirky soul. Denim, maybe you and I might find peace with each other if you can live with me combining you with crazy things.
How do you like this look and what is your opinion about denim?