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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Day to night ...

Day to night ...



Today I am bringing you a holiday inspired post about how to create day to night outfits. 
It is the time of year to attend many Christmas or year's end parties and sometimes it is difficult to find the time to go home and change clothes. 
In the mood board above I used a golden skirt and  a beautiful gold bar necklace as the basis. For the day, I recommend to wear them with an interesting assymetric knit and ankle boots. For the night, I'd only change the top and shoes for classic black pieces and add some further jewellery like this beautiful ring and earrings also made by  AUrate. And the best thing about these jewellery is that by your purchase you also give a book to a child in need.

So here are my tips:

1., Bring a big shopper for the day. You can hide your clutch or mini bag in it for the night.

2., Shiny black high heels make any look a night look.

3., Statement jewellery can make any classic LBD or black skirt-white blouse look a night look.

4., Add an extravagant silk scarf.

5., Learn a classic night hair-do like the Evita bun or add eye-catching hair accessories.


How about you? What are your day-to-night-transition tips?

Comments are highly appreciated.

XX,

Pippi



Friday, November 25, 2016

Fav Blog Posts Lately ... 3


Fashion

If you are looking for the perfect turtleneck, look at what Rachel is wearing in  this post. I think it is perfect.

Travel

Bali has long been on my bucket list and after reading this post I am longing to visit this wonderful island more than ever before.


Cooking

You don't have the time to bake!? Or your oven went wrong? Here are some tips for yummi pies without baking.


Beauty

If you like home-made beauty products, you should have a look at these recipes


Lifestyle

How to be content? It is a difficult question to answer. Maybe this post could help some of you.


Hope you will enjoy reading the above posts as much as I did.

Have a nice weekend.

XX,

Pippi


Thursday, November 24, 2016

Thankful ...



Even though we do not celebrate Thanksgiving in my country, I think it is important to take a break from time to time and think about what you are glad for having in your life.


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So here is my list of what I am thankful for at this very moment:

1., My baby: I am thankful for having a healthy little baby growing under my heart.

2., My husband: He is more and more caring every day as he sees my bump growing. :)

3., My family:  Sometimes they are too much but I love them.

4., My friends' care.

5., My workmates: They make me feel good and tell me that I am a really pretty preggo even though I sometimes feel like a smaller whale. :)

6.,  Construction works in my house. It is a total mess right now but at least we have already started with them.

7., My sister's down-to-earth comments.

8., Opportunities I got through blogging.

9., My readers.


How about you?  What are your thankful for at this very moment?

Let me know.

XX,

Pippi


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Palazzo

Palazzo


Did you know?

"During the 1960s, some upscale restaurants resisted modern fashion trends by refusing to admit women wearing trousers, which were considered inappropriate by some proprietors. This posed a problem for women who did not want to wear the skirt styles that were then in fashion. Some women opted to circumvent restaurant bans on women in pants by wearing palazzo trousers or culottes as evening wear."
Source: wikipedia



Palazzo by mspippistyle featuring red palazzo pants

Monday, November 14, 2016

Nursery - It is so difficult to decide



Since I am pregnant I heve been looking for the right furniture for the nursery.
But it is so difficult to decide...
There are so many wonderful options:









































If you have any tips, please, share them with me.

XX,

Pippi



Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Season Of Pumpkin - Sweet



What you need?

1 medium size pumpkin
6 g of crane sugar
10 spoonfuls of honey
whole cinnamon
water


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Cut the pumpkin in 5-6 cm wide slices, remove the seeds  and put the slices in a heatproof dish. Disperse the crane sugar on it.
Heat the honey until it is liquefied. Be carful not to overheat it!
Pour 1/3 of it on the pumpkin slices. Add the cinnamon.

Add 3 dl of water and start baking it in the oven on 180 C.
After about 15 minutes, give another 1/3 of the honey and the rest after about another 15 minutes. Also give water when essential.

  Bake the pumpkin for appr. 45 minutes. 

Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by.

XX,

Pippi