OOTD: August, 16th 2014.

So I’m looking a bit tired… Sorry about that. ;) But I had some amazing days in Antwerp, which was very nice. Now, back at home the weather is getting colder. Summer isn’t that present anymore, and I have to remind myself to take a coat with when going out on the town. And I think a trench coat is perfect for this kind of windy and rainy days. I simply love trench coats by the way. It has that casual chic appearance that I like. Got this ZARA camel trench a few years back, and the quality is great. With it, you can create a total chic look, but today I decided to keep it a little more comfortable and sporty. Combined it with ZARA black pants and a nice floral tee from TOPMAN. And a few days back I decided to start running and got these Nike Free 5.0 sneakers. Well… they are so comfortable, I will never take them off again. #damn Want them as well? See more after the click!

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OOTD: August, 8th 2014.

Wearing a very casual outfit, for a very casual Friday. Today I decided to stay at home and just chill at home with a good cup of coffee and doing some reading. Nothing relaxes me more than listening to my favorite music on shuffle mode in the background… Vacation does me well. The weather in the Netherlands is a bit colder now, so no shorts this time. ;) Just some good skinny jeans from H&M, black tee from Weekday and Pull&Bear denim jacket. Oh, and some fine jewellery from Merrin & Gussy. Like my haircut by the way? Still trying to grow it out, but hate those in-between moments. #firstworldproblem See more after the click!

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Shopping: Warby Parker Eyewear

Surely you’ve noticed by now that I am a bespectacled person. Quite honest, I’m completely blind without my glasses or contacts. I wouldn’t see a lamppost if I don’t bump my head right into it. Luckily, glasses are as much part of an outfit as anything else these days. So now there are many cool designs in eyewear for you to choose. And my heart goes out to the new Waterway Collection of Warby Parker, which I get to introduce exclusively to you guys! Warby Parker has – as always – really cool and slick designs for men and women, and with the new Waterway Collection they reinvented some favorites of mine. Five new models inspired by warm coastal travels and landlocked staycations by the pool. Because – as they say – summer is for relaxing. And they’re right. Check out some more below!

The two above are definitely my favorites from the collection. Percy Crystal in glasses and sunglasses. Love the transparency in it. It makes the model really light and perfect for the summer. And the dark brown sunglasses gives it a bit retro, yet still modern look and creates a nice contrast.













The Waterway Collection breathes a real summer vibe with models like Griffin Whiskey Tortoise, Bensen Blue State Fade, Piper Sand Castle and Welty Marine Pebble. Warby Parker is a brand that doesn’t only have great glasses for great prices. They also help those in need. Their eyeglasses start at $95, with free shipping and free returns. And for every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need through their Do-Good campaign. See the new Waterway Collection and more now at their webshop!


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Travels: Visiting Tunisia

As I was reading the summer paper edition of Monocle – Monocle Mediterraneo 2014 – I came across the story of the “new bright Tunisian minsiter, hoping to transform the country’s tourism industry.” It was such a great article, and it reminded me of the time I visited Tunisia as well. I went here on a summer holiday, with one of my best friends, like two years ago. When everything was still normal and peaceful… Now, the country itself has taken a few hits and luckily, is recovering fast. Here, I wanted to share my personal visit with you through photos and stories, hoping that one day maybe you’ll visit the beautiful country as well.

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