Blush Chino and Funktion Schnitt Shirt

I am so in love with Spring and the warmer weather. Chino pants are my favorite in years already and I always miss wearing them during the months of Winter. As soon as the temperatures climb above 10°C, I wear them like every other day. I have a little collection, all a couple of of years old – and still some of my most loved pieces.

With this blush chino pants of mine, I decided to combine a new in fair fashion shirt from Funktion Schnitt. I have been blogging about Funktion Schnitt back here and here and I love their high quality pieces that go with every outfit and every style.

By the way, blush and dark blue is like one of my favorite color combinations. Do you agree?

I want to share a little more about the shirt I am wearing here. As said, Funktion Schnitt is a fair fashion brand from Germany that I got to know sometime last year when they sent me this beautiful tshirt.

What I like about Funktion Schnitt is not only that they make high quality fair fashion shirts but also that they like to play around with different materials so that you can get the max out of your shirt. Like cashmere and merino shirts for Winter, cooling linen for Summer, and – what I am wearing here – innovative materials such as Seacell.

Seacell is actually made from algaes and it is not only super soft but the properties of the algae are soothing and revitalizing for the skin. It is said to have other advantages such as the inhibition of inflammation and itching, activatation of cell regeneration and protection of the skin from environmental influences. I cannot say if that is true or not, but it definetly feels absolutely amazing on my skin.

Just a very few words about my accessoires; the necklace I am wearing is a gift from my mother. Last weekend we had a wonderful mother-daughter day in Dresden where we spent hours at my favorite restaurant “the Sprout” and had a long walk through Dresden Neustadt. I saw the necklace which is fair trade and ethically made in Nepal and instantly fell in love with it. My mother insisted on gifting it to me and I wear it every day ever since.

My belt is the same I am like almost always wearing, and which made it on the blog quite a few times already. It is from the fair fashion brand Nine to Five.

My shoes, in contrast, are actually second hand and I got them some two years ago.

How do you like this Spring look? Can you relate to my love to chinos and to the combination of blush and blue?

And talking about blush… how beautiful is this blush blouse? I am absolutely in love with it. It will be available from August 2017 on – and there is a kickstarter campagin going right now which is not only all about that beautiful blouse but an entire beautiful capsule collection with loads of indispensable basics in blush, beige and black. Check out the trench and the culottes as well! They are perfection!

You can find the Kickstarter campaign right here.


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  1. Amy Arnold
    Mai 2, 2017 / 8:46 pm

    Chinos are great for spring! I like the color of your pair. Sounds like a great shirt!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  2. Mai 3, 2017 / 11:27 pm

    What a cute spring outfit, girlie! I love those Chinos, they look so good on you and look great paired with the blue tee. Thanks for sharing and I hope you’re having a great week so far!



  3. Mai 4, 2017 / 12:06 pm

    Love the look, comfy snd ellegant, but the necklace is my favourite☺ I really like jewellery, it always gives you this glamour and fancy look. I don’t have any chino pants, I didnt even know that name, but I love skinny jeans☺ In here it is so rainy and cold like Autumn, so I’m still wearing a warm coat and boots! Very weird weather… Have a lovely weekend, hugs☺☺☺