Mittwoch, 9. November 2011

Outfit Post and Perfume Review

( The Cure - Pictures of you // live version )

Hey there, readers!
Two things in this post now - a two in one post. That's what I call efficiency, hell yes.
Sorry if I seem strange, I seem strange to everyone these days.
First off, outfit post. I bought that nice H&M skirt on sale. Only 10€, for a skirt I wanted to buy in spring. I've decided I could sew something like that easily back then, but then I discovered that it ain't easy to find pleated fabric. You can't see it so well, but it is pleated. I'm wearing pleated midi chiffon skirts in autumn, yes. But it's ridiculously warm here. And with warm tights you even can wear summer dresses in winter. Oh and the colour of the dots matches my jacket so well. Like my hair has the same colour as the leaves in the background. However, I'm writing silly stuff. I should stop. Now.

As I have told ya: I'm behaving strangely. Twirling around... stupid me.

Well then, second point: I've bought myself the perfume by Dita von Teese. I couldn't resist.
So, that's "Femme Totale":

It smells exactly like I've imagined. Classy, adult and not sweet and girly like other celebrity fragrances. The perfect perfume for autumn/winter and the nights. I'd say that even if I wasn't a Dita-fangirl. For me - and I've got a cold, so my nose ain't working too well - the strongest elements are the so often mentioned Bulgarian rose and jasmine. What surprised me most is that the perfume still has a strong heart note even after a whole day. I guess my dress still smells like the perfume tomorrow. Even my Prada infusion d'Iris isn't staying so long.

Hm, so I'm taking another deep breath of that gorgeous perfume now and dream of posing as glamorous as Dita:
source: dpa
So then,
have a nice week ^___-


  1. First of all, I love love love the Cure, and second of all, strange is good.

  2. i looveee ur skirt, your blog is soo lovely by the ways, i will be visiting it again very soon :)


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