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When you make a men’s lookbook I guess you should make a women’s lookbook as well. Do I find this inconvenient? No! not at all. Love to save all the stuff I find on the web and search for photo’s and items that reflect my style and are an inspiration to me.

I’m in love with the first 2 pics. The first because of the great combination with the floral print blouse and blazer. Such a great ensemble as well as her hair do, so perfect. The picture next to that one also intrigues me, because of the ‘styled sloppiness’. Love the oversized coat and the messy hairdo with the scarf.

In this post I chose to show many different braids. I love to do many different things with my hair, since it’s quite long and I can do almost everything with it.
In the next post I will show more beanies, scarves and bandana’s around the head, because I love to wear those as well.

picture sources:  thesartorialist.com – nsmbl.nl – still in berlin – convoy

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I created a few outfits on Polyvore that, to me, are perfect for this fall/winter.
Again a lot of black, but I always try to boost it up with a colourful and bright item.
I tried to use items that are not to expensive so it won’t just become a dream to buy and get the outfit, but can actually be affordable for a student like me.
Guess I should really save some money to be able to buy these amazing creeper shoes (1st and 2nd outfit)! Really need to get them. I’m in love with them before I even have them myself.
Ow and the grey blouse in the second outfit is a Monki item, hope I can buy that one as well, together with some silver jewelry. I already have a bordeaux scarf & beanie, black tregging, leather jacket and a tote bag like the rest of the outfit, so easy to create this one after getting that blouse and jewelry.

What would your perfect outfit look like?

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I already posted a lookbook for men earlier (see here), and told you how much I love mens clothing. Rolled-up sleeves, parka’s, beanies, chequered and jeans blouses, backpacks and Scandinavian patterns and materials.
Today it’s time for a second post and show you the other stuff I saved in my lookbook folder.

Again much love for Convoy that has all these images on their tumbler to find.

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Love this video! Really want to share it with you all, because these women are a true inspiration to me. All a different style, but all so beautiful. The music and way of filming is done very nicely.
Check the video and you know what I mean. Enjoy!

(capsule) New York 2011 - Womens from Paul Tamayo on Vimeo.

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How I love mens clothing and fashion! Many boys often complain there’s not much choice and variety for men to dress. Maybe, but I have to say, enough great mens clothing to find. I made an impression of the mens clothing I adore. I’m so fond of the ‘backyard bill boy’ style. Ai-ai sailors with the beanies and beards. Chop chop lumberjacks wearing the jeans and chequered blouses with rolled up sleeves. Ow and not to forget the rolled up pants, backpacks, parka’s and Scandinavian patterns and materials.
I do not have enough space to show everything in 1 post, so I divided it up in 2 parts.
Love, love, love for Convoy that has all these images on their tumbler to find. Convoy became such a big inspirational source for me, both for fashion as interior..

Enjoy!

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On the days I’m not working on school stuff, I’m mostly surfing the internet searching for inspiration. I try to check The Sartorialist and Still in Berlin (+the other cities) every day, and next to that one I’ve bookmarked lots of blog, websites and tumblr pages that inspire me.

I’ve selected a few pics that give me a special feeling or bring me new ideas for this fall and winter. Told you before I’m really into the gothic/rockabilly for this season.. well this confirms and explains.


Photo by the Sartorialist
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I love the hairdo’s in most pics. This one and the one underneath both show girls with super short hair. Love it, only I know it won’t look that good on me. So I’ll just leave that to them. Oh, and take a better look at the shoes the left girl is wearing, aren’t those amazing?!


Photo by the Sartorialist


Photo by the Sartorialist
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Still love the long orange/brown hair. I just got my hair cut, and unfortunately it’s a bit too short, but hope to have it back on the same length just like you see in this picture. And bought orange hair dye to get some nice colour back in the bottom part of the hair.


Photo by the Sartorialist


Photo by StilinBerlin
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Amazing look this. She looks so tough but elegant and famine at the same time. Great ensemble and the red skirt gives the black&white outfit a great colourfull touch. And totally love her hair, either colour and length.


Photo by StilinBerlin


Photo by StilinBerlin
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What a great ensemble these guys create together. love all the layers and blacks. To me the guy with the beanie and taupe jacket stands out, because he has more of a ‘backyardbillboy’ style. Although I do not like his shoes very much.


Photo by StilinBerlin


Photo by StilinBerlin
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I need to have a leather jacket like this! I borrowed one last week from a friend, and it made me feel so good while wearing it that I decided I really need to get one. Leather jacket hunt has started.

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A few weeks back I wrote a piece about Little Dragon, after I went to a concert of them in Amsterdam for the ANT fashion magazine blog.
Since I really am inspired by them and can’t stop listening to it, I want to dedicate a post on hyperjulia about them as well.
A few months ago I saw a poster advertising the upcoming show of Little Dragon, excited out of my mind I immediately booked the tickets and began the daily count down to the event. For those who don’t know who Little Dragon is, they are a Swedish electronic music band from Gothenburg.

Leading the band with the incredibly distinct and beautiful vocals is singer Yukimi Nagano, who formed Little Dragon with three of her closest high-school friends. Their sound belongs to the category of unconventional music, playing with style and electronic devices. During this concert she added the element of improvisation by crafting plastic, home made drum pads, giving the sound an interesting edge. During vocal breaks in the songs, Yukimi entertained the crowd with her hypnotic dancing. This captivated and encouraged the audience to join in, completing the transcendent experience.

Humble and cute, Yukimi completed each song by responding to applause with a ‘thank you’. Seeing Little Dragon live truly made the experience unique. The intimate and honest presentation of sound, with an entertaining and passionate performance, left myself, and the entire crowd wanting to say ‘thank you’ as well.

writing: Hyperjulia  – editing: Elyse Moland

 

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