By Martin B. | in Fashion, Outfits
By Martin B. | in Fashion, Trends & Style
By Martin B. | in Creativity, Travels
A few weeks ago – after some long time boredom – I decided to watch my favorite show again, Sex and the City. I started at the long curly hair from season one, worked my way up to the straight hair-do, short curls and back to the long again. This was the show from HBO that hit the tv in 1998 and it hit hard. Watching the four girls going on dates with men and women in Manhattan was the most important thing to me at that time since I got my first LEGO set.
Today I wanted to share a wishlist of stuff that I want to buy for myself. But sadly, without any salary yet, they simply stay wishes and dreams… #sigh Hopefully, I’ll be able to buy at least one of the items below soon. Or maybe all of them, hehe. My eyes first fell on the Pinstripe Jersey Tee from American Apparel. A nice, comfortable tee that buttons up easily. Because it has a real baseball/MLB vibe, I decided to go all the way in this style update. A real sporty and comfortable look. Just the way I
You know those times you feel like dressing up for no special occasion? Well, today is that day for me. Although I am meeting my girlfriends later on tonight for dinner and drinks. So that is something. I feel like we haven’t seen each other for ages… And we probably will be eating, laughing and drinking all night! #smileyface I am looking forward to it! Oh, and dressing up for me means wearing a shirt. I used to wear formal shirts quite often actually, but nowadays I’m more in the comfortable, casual mode. I mean. Wearing a
Fun fact. Close friends know exactly what style suits you. A few days back I shopped with some friends of mine, and after seeing the new collection of ZARA in the stores there was one item that stood out. On different days with different friends they all gravitates towards a certain sweater, calling my name to find me on the other side of the building, yelling: “Gosh, this is REALLY a Martin-sweater!”. Well, after hearing that three times, there is only one thing you could do. Buy that sh*t. They were completely right, though. I already