High Land, Hard Rain

Die ersten beiden Wochen des Jahres waren recht warm, trüb und regnerisch, eigentlich recht herbstlich. Pünktlich zum Neumond Ende der letzten Woche gab es dann mal einen Sonnentag – ein perfekter Tag um Aztec Camera zu hören und meinen Schottenrock und ein Paar meiner neuen Strumpfhosen auszuführen. Außerdem fiebere ich mittlerweile dem Ende des Februars entgegen – etwa ab dann wird es noch hell sein wenn ich mit der Arbeit fertig bin, ich freue mich so darauf meine Spaziergänge nach Hause wieder aufnehmen zu können! // The two first weeks of the year were relatively warm, cloudy and rainy, actually rather autumnally. There was only one sunny day at the end of last week (on time for the new moon) – the perfect day for listening to Aztec Camera and wearing my tartan skirt and a pair of my new tights. Apart from that I am looking forward to the end of february – this will be the time when it won’t be dark when I leave my work desk, I am so excited to be able to do my evening strolls again soon.


Alles/everything Vintage, Strumpfhose/tights: Strauss Innovation


Illustration by Shirley Kite, 1927 for The New Moon; Virginia Baker, G.A. Grant-Schaefer.

Shirley Kite: The New Moon, 1927.


M. C. Woodbury, 1922.



9 thoughts on “High Land, Hard Rain

  1. You’re welcome, Rike! Each season holds an infinitude of possibilities, virtually… It’s so nice to see the way how you manage (and express!) your outfit elements :)

  2. Hello, Rike! It is wonderful your tartan skirt. I admire those Scottish-like patterns and styles :) Oh, your pictures of Köln are really beautiful! So autumnally as you said…
    All the best :)

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