Sep 10, 2012

It is what it is says love

Es is was es ist
"It is what it is" in German // "Det er hvad det er" på tysk
Dress: Carmakoma (sponsored) 
Shoes: Evans (2009)

I lørdags var jeg til min venindes bryllup på Rosenfeldt Gods i Vordingborg. Det var den smukkeste dag, og vi festede til den lyse morgen. Jeg var bogstaveligt talt med til at lukke og slukke for festen kl. 6.30, haha! Jeg havde overvejet at tage min kjole fra Adrianna Papell på (den som jeg havde på til finaleshowet i NY), men ombestemte mig i sidste øjeblik, hvor jeg hoppede i denne sag fra Carmakoma, som I også har set på bloggen fra NY. Jeg var superglad for valget, da det var en lang dag, og jeg havde det helt fantastisk i kjolen. Den passede også godt til min nye tatovering, som jeg fik lavet i onsdags... lidt spontant, og helt alene!

On Saturday I went to my friend's wedding and wore this Carmakoma dress. It was a long day, but I felt great in it, and also thought it went very well with my new tattoo which I had done on Wednesday... a bit spontaneous and all by myself!

12 comments:

  1. the dress is really cool and you look fantastic! I never tried anything from Carmakoma but I know I have to! they have great pieces, like the electric blue dress you had @ FFFweek - one of my fav!

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    1. Thanks, Ylenia! Carmakoma have some great designs for sure! xoxo

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  2. Uhh elsker carmakomas tøj - synes bare at det er lidt dyrt nogle gange (eller er det fordi man ikke kan nøjes :) )

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    1. Som fattig studerende forstår jeg dig udmærket, Anett! Og ja, det er svært at begrænse sig :-P

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  3. Love the flowiness of the dress!!! You look amazing

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  4. fantastisk kjole! :)

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  5. I love your tattoo!
    How is it that you've chosen a german sentence? :)

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    1. Thank you! I chose it from a poem by Erich Fried that I love "Es ist was es ist". I just think the poem says a lot about me and the way I live (and love). I used to live in Germany and I study german, so it was a very natural choice for me to get it in it's original language :-)

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    2. I know it (in fact I am German^^) and I really really like it. It's pretty cool that you chose this one. <3
      You used to live in Germany? :)

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    3. Ach so ;-) Yeah, I lived in Rheinland-Pfalz as a kid for 4½ years and went to german Grundschule! (Wir können also auch auf Deutsch schreiben) :-)

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    4. Wow,cool! Bist du denn auch jetzt noch hin und wieder mal in Deutschland?

      Love your outfits! ;)

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