My Look: Empty Nester

Yesterday was probably one of the most emotional days in my life. My daughter went off to college, flying to the US by herself as I was not allowed to accompany her due to the current pandemic. This truly breaks my heart. Not only letting her go is pretty tough on me, but not being there for her to settle in is even harder. However, I know that she will be fine, she grew into an amazing and independent woman and I am proud of her.

We took those photos this week, when she caught me thinking on my balcony. Not only I am loosing my daughter at home, but also my photographer. That is also pretty tough for me!

My look: Dioraura cashmere sweater, and medium Bobby bag in latte, both by Diorribbed modal and cotton-blend jersey tankicon by Saint Laurent, chain-embellished macramé and leather pumps, both by Bottega Veneta, chain-trimmed mid-rise skinny jeansicon by Gucci, Monogram denim shawl in blue yellow fluo and Nanogram whistle pendant, both by Louis Vuitton, and Royal Oak 37mm 18-karat frosted rose gold watch by Audemars Piguet.

Empty nest syndrome? I prefer to think of it as Martin Luther King Day… «Free at last!» Life is just in front of me, that is the beauty of having been a young mum!

LoL, Sandra

Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht
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My Look Last Saturday in Milan

Cavalli Look

The last days, I have received so many e-mails from you asking about my outfit that I wore last Saturday at the Milan menswear S/S 2012 shows that I decided to write about it today.

My look: White tank top by H&M, Raffia skirt by Matthew Williamson (on sale now), Boots by Gucci, Patent clutch by Miu Miu, Braided necklace and cashmere shrug, both by Roberto Cavalli, Watch by Roger Dubuis.

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Designscene wrote about the outfit as well and took those two photos.
If you like to see their post, please click here.

LoL, Sandra

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Outfit2Photos: © Sandra Bauknecht