Saturday, June 9, 2018

Presentation of Cerveza Rosa Blanca

Hi there, my dear readers. I'm sincerely sorry that this blog isn't updated regularly anymore. It's just my lack of time and also I'm not really in the mood to sit down and write or select and edit photos since I got a new job. I'm working as an editor and online manager for the lifestyle magazine Look Mallorca now and my work pretty much consists of what I'd do for my blog. So after spending eight hours daily with my laptop I simply don't feel like seeing it any longer. I have so many beautiful photos of great events and vacations though that I didn't post so today I'm finally updating my blog a bit.

I took these photos at a beautiful event my colleague Anna from the magazine and I got invited to. The authentic Mallorquin beer brand Rosa Blanca organized a unique presentation to celebrate the revival of the beer that had disappeared from the market for a while. We were greeted at a stunning villa in Binissalem with fresh lemonade, snacks and a tour of the finca. Later we could visit the Conalma Design art studio you can find on the estate. They produce beautiful wooden accessories and tiles. After the meet and greet we all sat down for lunch on the terrace where we could enjoy some traditional Mallorquin cuisine with amazing views of the surrounding countryside. I loved the event, especially the great food and the wonderful people that came. It was a colorful mix of artists, designers, singers, bloggers and press. Thank you, Rosa Blanca, for inviting us to this special event!

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Lunch in Palma

Hi there, everyone! How's your week going? Mine is pretty busy. I'm working, going to the gym every second day and trying to find some time for my boyfriend and friends to enjoy the beautiful spring time on the island together. Today I have a new post for you guys with some pics that were taken last fall. Yup, I didn't have time to post them until today so here we go, haha.

My friend Mariella and I went to Palma that day to do some shopping and just walk around the city a bit. I wore a light outfit with a beautiful, peachy vest-like top by The White Box which I combined with a simple white top by Pull&Bear and my beloved Zara boyfriend jeans. To give the look a little bit of extra sparkle I added some cute bracelets by H&M, my Forever21 purse with golden details and my glitzy, typical Menorquin avarcas. I love these shoes, they are super comfy and upgrade any outfit with their golden sequins.

After taking some outfit pics we were tired, haha. So we went for lunch at Bon Lloc Restaurant in Palma for some vegan and vegetarian cusine. They have a fabulous lunch menu with tasty and healthy choices. We had some pasta salad, a veggie puree, a delicious curry and coconut yogurt. If you're ever in Palma stop by this pretty place. Hope you enjoyed this post, let me know how you like my outfit, xo

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Tali Photography Workshop

Hey there, everyone. I hope you're having a wonderful weekend. Today I'll make you dream a bit. You know the wedding season starts soon and no, I did not get married nor am I planning to marry my boyfriend anytime soon, haha. I'll finally show you some photos of one of my model jobs last year to give you some inspiration in case you are getting married soon. Sorry it took me so long to post these photos but you know I was quite occupied last year with moving to Mallorca, finishing my studies and working full time. I always wanted to publish these pics because I think they are beyond dreamy and beautiful but I simply didn't have the time.

Tali Photography Workshop

So, let's talk about the model job. A photographer friend of mine, Tali, asked me last year in April if my boyfriend and I would like to model for her photography workshop she organizes on Mallorca. Tali and I have taken beautiful wedding photos before so I agreed right away. We went to Formentor (very!) early in the morning to catch a stunning sunrise in the mountains for this shoot. I wore a lovely, semi-transparent boho bridal dress by Rue de Seine Bridal which I would have really loved to wear to my own wedding someday, haha. I also got a nice bouquet made of wild flowers which perfectly matched the boho theme. Miguel and I were photographed by several talented photographers from Germany who participated and they all sent me wonderful photos afterwards! Looking at the pictures you will see that every photographer has a different style which made it so hard to select the best pics for this post. Thank you to Nicole Otto, Evren Türker, Patrycja Janik, Julia Meer, Tali Pelosi and Alexandra Sinz for these gorgeous photos, we are in love!


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