Alle Artikel mit dem Schlagwort: love

Personal Issue: About the long-distance-relationship-trend

A few weeks ago I stumbled across this article about relationships. In this they wrote that more than half of all Germans have lived in a long-distance relationship during the last year. Surprising? Not really. Many of my friends have been in this position and I can also give a deep insight on this topic. But is this really a new trend? An old, and yet still unfamiliar, form of relationship? My long-distance relationship lasted 3 years. Before we entered this statues we have been together for not quite a year. When you finish school, life stretches ahead of you and there are so many possibilities. And I actually love to encourage anyone to follow his or her dreams and give it a shot, no matter how far it is away. I’m a strong believer that, if the feelings are strong enough, it will be okay to go through such a period of time. Therefore I would never ask someone to not leave if they truly want it and on the other side I would …

Will you be my Valentine?

Some love, some hate Valentine’s Day. All that we can say is: Why shouldn’t we enjoy it while it’s there anyways! This year my boyfriend took me to Amsterdam for Valentine’s weekend and I loved the Dutch people’s positive attitude towards Valentine’s Day! Every restaurant and bar had some funny and cheesy decoration, but it was all just fun and all people enjoyed the atmosphere instead of complaining how silly this tradition is.   [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1424031″]

Brunch in Berlin: House of small Wonder

In Williamsburg, House of Small Wonder was one of my favorite cafés because they make the best matcha latte in town! That’s why I was super happy to discover that another House of Small Wonder opened in Berlin some time ago! I love that the place is super cozy and instantly transports me back to my times in Williamsburg. Go there for all day brunch and lunch in a nice atmosphere. Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ House of Small Wonder Johannisstraße 20 10117 Berlin What To Wear to this location [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1426576″]

September Inspiration

September is here and with that you already get this little autumn-feeling. The weather becomes more chilly and you start to stock-up your wardrobe with some fall pieces. This and next month are super exciting for us and Midnight Couture. We will both be living in New York and blog exclusively from this dazzling city. Along with that we will give you an insight on how we live there and what we are doing. You probably have already seen what this months inspiration is about: soft grey and brown shades for autumn, New York 24/7, chic tees with cool slogans, skinny jeans, Chelsea boots and a good leather jacket. Get the shopping details [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1448231″]

July Inspiration

And finally we get the summer temperature you would expect of this season! In Berlin we are facing some pretty hot days but isn’t it what we are craving for? Laying at the beach or pool, drinking a cool cocktail, reading a good book and getting a tan – hello, summer! And with that lets get a new/old colour in our closets. As a main shade we have chosen coral but don’t hesitate to add some other bright colours such as turquoise and green. Add to your shopping list [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1449020″]

Dinner in Amsterdam: Ron Gastrobar

Ron’s gastrobar is by far my favorite restaurant in Amsterdam. It offers a wide range of delicious small meals that I would describe as European-fusion. The design is chic and classic, with ironic art pieces on the walls and newspaper like-designed menus. You should definitely try and take different dishes at your table, giving the chance to share the different culinary experiences! Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Ron Gastrobar Sophialaan 55 1075 BN Amsterdam What To Wear to this location [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1450967″]

Book Recommendation: I’ll drink to that

I‚m lucky to have a good friend, who knows my taste of books and would give one new read to me for my birthday every year. This time, it was „I’ll drink to that“ by Betty Halbreich. I have to admit, at first I did not know what to expect and whether it would be interesting to read a whole book about personal shopping. But after just reading three pages, I was hooked and could not stop until I finished the whole book in two nights. Betty Halbreich has that very particular dry, ironic humor that is especially my kind. I often caught myself laughing out loud while reading, which happens rarely. Betty’s stories are exciting, interesting and always have a twist. I feel that those stories are true and written from her heart, what makes them even more authentic and entertaining. I’ll drink to that is not only a book about personal shopping but more about life, its obstacles and how to find happiness thus learn to be content with what one has achieved. Betty has certainly had many exciting …

Culture in Amsterdam: La Dame Aux Camélias

Going out to see a Ballet performance is one of our favorite things to do together. So of course we couldn’t miss the beautiful performance of „La Dame Aux Camélias“ by the Het National Ballet. The performance was breath-taking, we were so captivated by the exceptional choreography, which displayed very powerful, emotional moves. Apart from this, the National Opera and Ballet of Amsterdam is an extraordinary building with a view on the canals at sunset. Boots – Zara Jacket – H&M Bag – Louis Vuitton

May Inspiration

May? That is the last step before summer! But that is not the only reason we have to love this month: it is a month of carefreeness, of flowers, sun and -most importantly- firsts within the year. First ICED café Latte, first strawberry ice cream, first pair of sandals, first pedicure with bright red or pink, first summer dress… and so on. A little shopping list [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1452396″]

Ten Things I learned when living in Paris

1. Paris is the place build of the most beautiful and romantic architecture. Full stop. It is a pleasure and privilege to be able to walk through these countless beautiful streets and see all the famous monuments. 2. After my time in Paris I am now officially unable to eat crêpes in any other country than France. Others just don’t get it – they never taste the same. You can find my favorite crêpes store in Montmartre, in Rue des Abbesses. 3. When in Paris, you should stick to drinking black coffee. It is a waste of time and effort to try to get a nice cappuccino – the Parisians don’t believe in milky mix drinks really. And you won’t regret it since the black coffee is just far better in France! 4. The French style is a unique token of elegance in this world. It is hard to imitate and even harder to learn but it is the real deal. Only French women manage to look this elegant in a striped t-shirt and jeans …