Sunday, May 26, 2019

from the wardrobetales rundholz repository (no. 20 04 20 19)



here we go: the first outfit of s/s 2019 featuring all new s/s clothes. a weekend look. while i may be debuting the boots on the blog, in "real life", i have worn them quite a bit since taking them out of the box a month or so ago. today, they don't look quite as pristine as they look in these photos (as you will see in time)!

i am wearing rundholz black label s/s 2019 (top, sweatshirt, trousers and boots) and rundholz dip mainline s/s 2018 (bracelet).

Monday, May 20, 2019

from the wardrobetales rundholz repository (no. 20 04 08 19)





another early spring look that introduces a piece from the new rundholz collections. this time it is a piece from the rundholz dip s/s collection. the lighter grey jacket.

i am wearing rundholz dip s/s 2019 (outer jacket), rundholz black label a/w 2018 (sneaks) and runholz black label s/s 2015 (dress, jacket and trousers).

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

from the wardrobetales rundholz repository (no. 20 04 06 19)





it feels like ages since i posted. there have been so many times since my last post that i have wanted to post an early spring look with the caption, "spring has sprung", but, when i finally found some time to post, it didn't feel very spring-like outside and it felt false to claim that spring had sprung (even though, officially, it had). so i deferred posting. time and time again. finally, spring has gained an unbeatable lead in its battle with winter and i feel comfortable saying, "spring has sprung". so ... here is an early spring look. it blends items from the rundholz black label a/w collection just past, an old rundholz black label s/s collection and the new rundholz black label s/s collection. one review about the new rundholz black label s/s collection: i am thrilled that it included a cropped cardi, like the 2018 s/s collection. last year's cropped cardi featured significantly in my wardrobe ... until it became too warm to wear a cardi. i am repeating that trend this year ... with this year's cropped cardi. one observation about the new rundholz black label s/s collection: it seems to work really well with the rundholz black label s/s collection from 2015. something that will become evident (i hope) in future posts.

i am wearing rundholz black label s/s 2019 (cropped cardi), rundholz black label a/w 2018 (jacket and sneaks) and rundholz black label s/s 2015 (dress, cardi and trousers).