“Even after the stormiest weather, a true warrior will still reflect the brilliant rays of the magnificent sun through both his or her eyes. You may get hit by sudden lighting or take severe beatings from the cruel wind, but you will always get back up and stand strong on your feet again, soak in the sunlight, and be prepared to get hit by even the most merciless hail – time and time again.” ― Suzy Kassem
Hi, my lovely friends! Today, I’m going to show you my 5-piece outfit ideas for fall/autumn. The current weather has inspired me to write this post.
It’s sunny and a little bit chilly but the coldness is tolerable. I can see/feel that our autumn this year is a lot nicer than what we had last year. How can I not forget? It was my first few weeks of learning German at school! I remember how I always made sure that I was all wrapped up against the weather because I had that one moment when my feet got so frozen I couldn’t move them, just because I wore the wrong shoes. Since then, I couldn’t go out without layers of clothes and a blazer underneath my thick coat, check HERE for stylish options. And because I got too scared and I didn’t want to experience that again and with the thought that (maybe) autumn really feels like winter every year, I started layering and wrapping myself like an Eskimo last week on my way to school when the temperature began to drop. Only to get myself looking overdressed. Haha! Because it wasn’t really that cold yet. It’s just my second time to experience autumn so –––my naivety is quite understandable. MAYBE. LOL
Sooo, with that being said, here are my 5-piece outfit style ideas for fall or autumn, something that won’t put me in an awkward situation such as being overdressed. Also, something that we all can wear in a casual and moderately cold weather. Although, a lovely coat or a thick jacket is a perfect add-on to make these outfits suitable even for winter.
On the other side of the story…
10 days ago, also marked my first anniversary of studying German! I’m sort of proud of myself for surviving this stage of being a resident of Germany. Yes, I call it as a stage because people who want to live in this country must really know how to speak their language. I must even say that I’m doing very well, most especially with writing. It’s just a little frustrating though when it comes to speaking as I often pronounce the words in English, but YES practice makes perfect sooo maybe in 10 years, I’d finally have that ‘sehr gut (very good)’ Deutsch. Langsam (slowly), Mutzii, langsam. 😀
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