Whilst in Berlin we could only hack the one messy night in Tresor, seriously, too much sambuca.
Decked out in glitter and water bottles of vodka we embarked on the weirdest U-Bahn ride of our lives, if Germans hadn’t been welcoming to us so far, they definitely weren’t when we found other bevvy English speakers, who, somehow convinced us to get off the Ubahn at the wrong stop to go to a club called Hive, which we soon found out was actually in Scotland.
Stepping into Berlin’s answer to Factory we were met by a wave of smoke, techno and drunk Europeans and although we don’t love techno it was easy to get into the vibe when men in sheepskin vests were dragging you into the darnce.
Although clubs in Berlin are very different to the ones in England, with enough vodka you can definitely have a night to remember, techno is a major part of the Berlin culture, so it would be rude not to, right?
Back in October, Ryan air held a halloween sale, DUMP HIM got wind of it and a spontaneous trip to Berlin was booked….
Armed with Puffa jackets, DUMP HIM touched down in Berlin looking more like a girl band than ever.
First impressions of Berlin:
- V confusing public transport.
We booked an Air BnB in Gesundbrunnen, queen sized bunk beds added to the adventure even if they were hard to get into after a few too many cocktails at the bar we discovered down the road. We probably spent more time in Fbar than we did in our apartment with B.I.G. playing, red fairy lights and graffiti scrawled across the walls, this place was VIBIN.
Safe to say, the first night in Berlin was a messy one thanks to our main man (?) Daniel, the south african bar tender. 🙂
Today I travelled down to Somerset House in London for London Fashion weekend, while there are larger blog posts coming to really do it justice, I thought I’d jump in right away and show you what I wore to it… (I can tell you, it was not easy choosing what to wear!)
Turtle neck – Vintage
Pleather dress – Zara
Necklace – Vintage
Satchel – My mum’s from when she was my age!
Boots – Zara
Coat – Still stolen from my brother’s wardrobe!
Hope you enjoyed seeing my outfit! Even though most of it was vintage I still find posts like this useful for inspiration, so I hope you do too!
Looking stylish in the snow is certainly not easy! (Especially when you weren’t expecting it!) However this sporty/chic look did the trick for me today!
Coat: Stolen from my brother’s wardrobe!
Sunglasses: Pop boutique
Socks: American Apparel
Shoes: Nike downshifter 6.
I hope you enjoyed seeing how I handled the snow! I’m sorry I haven’t blogged as much as I would’ve liked to but watch this space for 2015!