Autumn wonderland

Autumn wonderland

What I’m wearing: JACKET  / JEANS / CHELSEA BOOTS  (similar products with affiliate links)


Hey guys

I had to post these photos with you because the days are getting much colder and soon heavy winter is knocking on our doors. And I am not really a fan of that, especially of snow. I’m more of a spring & summer girl.

Last weekend, we found a cute spot with lots of beautiful golden leaves that give you autumn feelings.

I kept my whole outfit quite dark. My jacket with faux fur on top is a few years old. Also, my jeans are from Vero Moda and I really like the boot cut shape. In addition, such jeans can be easily paired with vans, chucks, flats or with Chelsea boots like the one you see in my photos.

I hope you enjoy the photos.

Jey <3

P.S. Do you like my blow-dried hair? When I left the house, they got so puffy. 😉

Easy Nasi Goreng

Easy Nasi Goreng

Ever since we went to Amsterdam and ate Indonesian food at Kantjil de Tijger I wanted to make my own version. This is a healthy and easy way of making Nasi Goreng which means fried rice. Usually you fry your ‘old‘ rice  with your leftovers like veggies, fish & meat.

What you will need for the Nasi Goreng
(2 hungry people)

1 x onions
3 x chili
1x thumb sized ginger
3 x cloves of garlic
1/2 head of cabbage
2 cups of cooked/cooled rice
5 teaspoon of soy sauce
2 teaspoon of hoisin sauce



1. First of all, throw the onions, chili, garlic & ginger with a little bit of water in the blender. If you don’t have a blender you can mash it.

2. Pour the oil in a pan and fry the puréed goodness that consists of the ingredients mentsioned before.

3. After that throw in the cabbage and mix everything together.

4. Push everything aside and place the rice in the middle and mix it with the greens and herbs.

5. If you notice that the food is a bit dry put a bit more oil into the pan.

6. Now season the mix with soy and hoisin sauce and stir  7 minutes until the rice turns light golden.

7. The dish is almost ready but you can place a fried egg on top of your plate that is covered with the tasty Nasi Goreng.

8. Lastly, don’t forget to enjoy and leave a comment on my post & tell me if you like it.

Jey <3

P.S. you can find my last recipe here.

An evening in Wurzburg

An evening in Wurzburg

Alte Mainbrücke
Old Main Bridge – Wurzburg
St. Kilian Würzburg
St. Kilian
Würzburg Schloss
Wurzburg Castle


Neumünster Kirche Würzburg
Neumünster Church

What I’m wearing: Coat / Dress / Tights / Shoes 


Hey guys! I forgot to post these pictures!!

A week ago, I spent a lovely evening with my love in the heart of Wurzburg.

Enjoy & see you soon in the next post.

Jey <3

The Camel Coat

The Camel Coat

Camel Coat About JeyA few days ago we went to Frankfurt to shoot some evening autumn lookbooks for my blog.

Camel CoatCamel Coat About JeyCamel Coat About JeyMy look: camel coat / jeans / shoes / bag


My camel coat is from H&M and is already 5 years old. Can you believe that? My coat still looks new, has a great quality and was quite inexpensive. At the time when I bought my coat, it was cheaper than the other ones that are in the stores right now. Also, I think it’s an investment piece because I don’t think it will go out of fashion. Besides that, it gives your outfit a polished look. Lastly, you can always pair these kinds of coats with jeans in the colors: blue, grey & black. And to give your look a much feminine touch you can wear a grey checked skirt or dress with black over-knee boots. It will look great, trust me! 😻

Camel Coat About Jey

Trend 2017: The 70s Fashion guide

Trend 2017: The 70s Fashion guide

What I’m wearing: Blazer / Joggers

I know that this is another guide, but this time it’s a 70s fashion guide. Some of you may have noticed that the 70s and the 90s have made a comeback in the fashion industry. And I don’t wanna lie. Lately, I have put an eye some really cool stuff. That is why I want to link some of my personal 70s  picks and tell you briefly how you can cooperate those things into your personal style.

Also, I hope you like my 70s inspired lookbook with my checked blazer and joggers from bershka.

Jey‘s 70s fashion guide

  1. Big sunglasses – Especially the cat-eyed ones – the bigger the better! Seriously, sunglasses bring your outfit to a whole new level!
  2. Checked blazer/skirt/pants – you can wear it as a business outfit or put on the blazer with a cute skirt on and some snickers to cut down the seriousness!
  3. Big tassel earrings always go well with every outfit.
  4. Orange and coral nail polish those give a monochrome or a plain outfit a pop of color!
  5. Ankle boot in white pair those with ankle jeans or black short culottes, please!
  6. Brown high-waist skirt look very hot with a white T-shirt and brown boots.
  7. This last one is a hair tip: cut a fridge or side-swept fringe bangs –  go to your hair stylist that you trust and ask them what suits your face the most.