Auf wiedersehen, Deutschland!

Hello, my lovely readers!

As you probably noticed, I'm back from my trip to Germany. I was definitely in need of some quality time just for me to relax and get ready for the upcoming schoolyear. It made me fall in love with Germany more and more with each passing day. There's something so fascinating about this country that makes it hard for me to leave whenever I go there...

I have prepared a plenty of pictures to show you today. Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!

Having heard that the Klimahaus in Bremerhaven is worth paying a visit, one day we set off on a journey. Another point on our list was supposed to be Cuxhaven- that's where the tide regularly comes in and goes out and you can observe the change in sea level. Unfortunately, the bad weather made us stick to Klimahaus only. It was certainly an enriching experience. The building was divided into 8 main sections, each of them representing another place: Isenthal (Switzerland), Seneghe (Sardinia), Kanak (Niger), Ikenge (Cameroon), Queen Maud Land (Antarctica), Satitoa (Samoa), Gambell, St. Lawrence Island (Alaska) and Langene├č (Germany).What impressed me the most was the fact that everything was planned so carefully. In Niger, there was sand everywhere and it was 30 degrees inside, while in Cameroon the path was leading through a rainforest- you were making your way through a dark, narrow place and you could actually feel wet leaves on your skin... amazing.








 Me and my uncle's girlfriend went to Bremerhaven again the next day to hang out by the North Sea and go on a little shopping spree.



Cardigan: Cubus, Top: Next, Skirt: H&M, Tights: Primark, Handbag: H&M.

And that's where we get to my favourite part... shopping. The little mall in Italian style in Bremerhaven was so beautiful that I just couldn't get my eyes off those stores...




Obernstra├če, Bremen. The whole area is full of different stores, a perfect place if you want to shop 'til you drop... literally.

Speaking of which, here are the pictures of my new clothes:

Cream buttoned top from Primark.

Floral maxi dress from H&M.

Black blazer from H&M.


Long blazer from H&M (Conscious Collection).



Cream lace top tied on the sides from Pimkie.
 White zip front skirt from Pimkie.

Maxi dress from H&M.


White and pink checked dress from New Yorker. It gives this oh-so-innocent impression and might be too girly/childish for me to wear, but the price worked to its advantage, so I took it.

 Another maxi dress from H&M. I can't wait to wear this one.

Floral buttoned dress from Tally Weijl.

Strapless lace dress from Pimkie. Have you ever had this feeling that you HAD to buy this particular piece of clothing, regardless of the price and size? That's what happened to me in this case. Love at first sight.

Handbag from Pimkie.

Cream ballet flats from Primark.

If you have any comments on my trip/shopping spree, feel free to drop me a line! Which clothes did you like the most?

Take care!

2 comments

  1. Marvelous job once again. Such nice clothing you have. Your handbag is mighty big like a suitcase. I am glad you had a wonderful trip. Have a nice day.

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  2. I like your shoes and your bags, Germany with the Fabulous Modernity :) What a wonderful trip :)

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