A few days ago we went to Frankfurt to shoot some evening autumn lookbooks for my blog.
My 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! 😻
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
- Big sunglasses – Especially the cat-eyed ones – the bigger the better! Seriously, sunglasses bring your outfit to a whole new level!
- 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!
- Big tassel earrings always go well with every outfit.
- Orange and coral nail polish those give a monochrome or a plain outfit a pop of color!
- Ankle boot in white pair those with ankle jeans or black short culottes, please!
- Brown high-waist skirt look very hot with a white T-shirt and brown boots.
- 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.
This post is my personal travel guide for the beautiful island Bol. In addition I wanted to share some pics of our last stay in Croatia. 🙂
My personal travel guide – Bol
We stayed 6 nights at our wonderful airbnb apartment from Adria Tours which you can find here. That apartment offered a very beautiful view. The mentioned apartment was 10 min away from the catamaran pier. When we arrived the Adria Tours Team picked us up at the port and drove us to our apartment.
We flew by plan and landed at the airport of Split. From there we had to take a bus to the Port of Split. At the port we took a catamaran that brought you twice a day to the island Brac, Bol. Due to our early flight back home on the last day, we took the catamaran at 6:24 which is very early for me.
We visited two beaches. Once, we were at the Kotlina Beach. By the way, you can read the post here. Most of the time we stayed at the stony beach bay next to the famous beach Zlatni rat.
For your information: Zlatni Rat is really famous for its interesting shape. 5 years ago we were there. But this time we didn’t visit it because we preferred the little beach bay much more.
Bol offers many spots for food and drinks. The most famous restaurants are: Pumparela and Topolino, both give you a beautiful view of the Bol pier. Also, where you can eat for bigger portion and for much less money is at Konoba Mendula. Their salad bar and service are awesome. The only downside is that the place is more hidden and is not at the port like the other restaurants. Furthermore there are many cafes where you can simply sit and catch a coffee with a beautiful view of the turquoise water 😉
Lastly before I forget – Croatia belongs to the EU you can pay in many places with euro instead of Kunas. But to be honest, I wouldn’t recommend changing due to high currency change fees.
On Thursday, we visited the beautiful Kotlina Beach.
You can find this picture perfect beach if you head east from the Bol harbor. Then you pass a restaurant called Ribarska which was closed on that day. We took another way and passed an old school that was sprayed with graffitis and walked the stairs down and saw the beautiful Kotlina Beach on the right. If you look on the right side, you will see the other beach that is called Bijela Kuća beach. A cliff separates the Kotlina beach from the Bijela Kuca beach. Also, a stony path connects both beaches.
The Kotlina beach was our favorite because it wasn’t crowded like the other one. Furthermore, the beach offers some shade and is as I said picture perfect. Besides, we stayed there until the sun sets down
At the end, we hung around the ancient chapel of St John & Theodor, which is located to the beach. Thankfully an old German couple was so friendly to take photos of me and my fiancé.
Feel free to read my first post of Bol. 🙂