I don’t know what happened to the German summer, but apparently there is none. What we get is maximum three days of kind of good weather and then about 1 week of pouring rain and crazy humidity in return. The number one question when planning a shoot besides who is going to be the photographer is what is the weather is going to be like. It’s basically about finding that perfect time slot of the day where it is warm, but not too hot, obviously not rainy and ideally cloudy so that you can open your eyes and don’t have to fuss around with the camera settings too much. Luckily, for this one we were able to seize the last day of good conditions before it is back to a grey, unpredictable sky.
This outfit is almost a transition to the fall time, but totally appropriate for those colder summer days around here. Again, just comparing this post’s outfit and the last one’s you will see how all over the place my style and clothing choice is. I just love every aspect of fashion too much to limit myself to one style. I guess that is the good side to unstable weather and changing seasons. It inspires or also forces you to change things up and makes you get good use out of all of your clothing items, even in the summer. I just realized that before I have started writing this segment, I had had no idea of what to write about and now I am already rambling. I have a feeling that one day I will use this for now quite useless talent to write a book. I even have a rough outline in mind, but I think it will take some time until I put my ideas into reality. Until then, I will continue just talking to myself on here. XX,
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Special thank you to Emma, my photographer of the day!
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