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Summer is over and the warm temperatures are passé. I’m still in the countryside and won’t be back in Munich before the “Wiesn aka Oktoberfest” madness is over. Until then, I spend my time reading and walking in nature. Sometimes I combine both and search for a lovely place at the lake to read magazines and books. But as the weather is already quite autumn-like here in Germany, it’s important to choose warm clothes. Dresses with long sleeves and cosy accessories are a must.
Long Sleeves and a lovely Design: The Zara Vintage Swan Dress by BlackButterfly
The Zara Vintage Swan Dress by BlackButterfly is perfect for the first chilly autumn days. The fabric is quite thick to keep you warm, and I really love the longer sleeves. However, when it’s really cold, I’m going to team the dress with long gloves. What I love most about the retro dress is the lovely colourful print. Underneath, I wore a vintage petticoat as well as tights.
For an even cosier outfit, I like to wear a matching scarf. Your Silk Shop for example offers some lovely pieces at a very good price.
Your Silk Shop: Fair produced Scarves at a good Price
The scarvess by Your Silk Shop are produced under fair conditions in the small town Nong Da Gai in Thailand. For Your Silk Shop, it’s important to pay fair wages so that the workers are able to make a good living from their job. The weaving is mainly owned and managed by women, by the way.
I chose two different scarves. Number one is a thicker piece in burgundy which is even perfect for very cold days.
The second scarf is a bit thinner and therefore particularly suited for those early autumn days. I especially love the pink colour and shiny look. If you are not such a big fan of pink, that’s no problem at all as the scarf is available in a lot of different shades. Just have a look here.
A retro Outfit for Autumn – the Details:
Zara Vintage Swan Dress: c/o BlackButterfly
Scarf in burgundy by Your Silk Shop: available here
Pink scarf by Your Silk Shop: available here
Earrings: Glitter Paradise
Shoes: Deichmann, similar here
*This post is sponsored by Your Silk Shop