Jumper: Zara | Jeans: Won Hundred via asos.com | Boots: Vagabond | Bag: Zara

This fall is for me, all about chunky platform boots and mohair jumpers. The boots I´m wearing today are my newest purchase and I´m absolutely in love with them, so I think, you’ll see them lot more often here 🙂 The jumper is an old sale find from Zara, and these perfect “Mom jeans” were found as usual, on asos 🙂






Links worth Click’n Halloween Special


  1. Blood spatter cookies recipe at Annie’s Eats
  2. Lots of scary makeup ideas for a night into the otherworld on Divine Caroline 
  3. Easy Halloween wall decoration Diy at Casa de Colorir
  4. Raven B&W Halloween Porch decoration that makes me want to have a porch myself at create.craft.love
  5. Handmade Sparkly Pumpkin Bubble Bar from Lush
  6. Ouija inspired Halloween party invitation from FetechingDesingCo at Etsy

Have a nice Halloween!


Pumpkin Ginger Soup


“It tastes like fall” said Anna when she tried it, and well it’s absolutely true. Season cooking makes that to us, you eat a dish that directly brings you back to those days where you enjoyed the same dish years ago. Pumpkin season is on, and I’m ready for it!

Ingredients for 4 servings

  • 1 Hokkaido pumpkin
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 onion
  • 30 gr ginger
  • 1 l vegetable broth
  • 2 Tbs coconut milk
  • olive oil or butter
  • curry, cayenne pepper, salt & pepper


Divide the Hokkaido pumpkin in half with a sharp knife, remove the seeds with a spoon and dice in 2-3 cm pieces (Hokkaido doesn’t need to be peeled). Peel and cut the carrots, the onion and ginger, same big as the pumpkin pieces.

In a large pot over medium heat, heat the olive oil (butter or coconut oil), add the onion and cook until soft and translucent. Then add the ginger and cook for 2-3 minutes before adding the carrot. Cook for 2-3 more minutes and add the pumpkin. Before it starts sticking to the bottom of your pot add the vegetable broth. Cover and cook for 20-25 minutes until soft.

Blend everything with your hand blender until smooth. Season with curry, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper and coconut milk to taste and blend again until mixed.

Serve with extra coconut milk or creme fraîche and a few more pinches of cayenne pepper if desired.






 black lace bra: ASOS | red lace bra: ASOS

I don’t know if my recent breakup has something to do with this but I’m totally obsessed with sexy underwear these days. I’m not going to say that I didn’t wear it before, but well I guess love made me comfortable, made me, care less. I don’t like my body, so lets say it’s not easy for me to feel sexy in any kind of underwear. Clothes, yes! I know how to hide the things I don’t like, and how to highlight the few I’m proud of. Sexy underwear has a side effect on me, I feel more confident, not sexy, but confident. Believe me when I say, if I could explain it to you I would, but I don’t really know why.

In the last months I’ve been trying to find beautiful but not that expensive lace bras. Asos, as always, didn’t disappoint me and I found two wich I’m totally in love with.



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Links worth Click’n


I spend too much time surfing in the internet… and here is the result:

  1. I need to improve my asian cooking, maybe I’ll start with this very delicious looking recipe from Garnish&Glaze
  2. I couldn’t agree more with this free printable print from Aubrey and me
  3. The Best tips & tricks in photography for beginners like me in ghost parties
  4. Freshly pressed orange juice everyday in Germany? now is possible thanks to Oh! Saft!
  5. Customize your T’s with you own quotes at Girlynightsout.com
  6. I wish I had a workshop and the necessary tools to do this and many other diy from VR

Keep tuned for more 😉