Fall time means pumpkin time. Not only when it comes to my beloved pumpkin spice latte or the Halloween night. Next to sweet chestnuts, pumpkin is clearly one of the must-haves during every fall. When the days are getting shorter and the nights longer.
Well, it’s a good question since trenchcoats aren’t something brandnew - not at all. They’re already seen in famous movies in the 50ies or 60ies worn by iconic actors such as Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart or James Dean. Back then, they were seen as a stylish piece with a classy elegance however it got forgotten over the time.
With the falling leaves, fall is coming and well, winter is not that far away. The temperature in the morning and after sunset (in case the sun was shining) is quite cold already. Even if I’m not really sensitive when it comes to colder temperatures, it’s better to change to some typical fall and therefore warmer outfits now.
I’m not sure if there’s something better and more valuable than this: enjoying super tasty food on a lovely rooftop of a beautiful hotel in one of my favorite cities. In addition to that, having great company, watching another wonderful sunset, catching the last sunbeams and listening to good chill out sound in the background.
Check shirts and glasses are out and nerdy?! No way, not at all. When it comes to fashion there are almost no boundaries. It’s always a question of how to combine the different styles. I personally love to add some retro pieces when putting together new outfits and styles.
The days are slightly going to be shorter and the weather is changing to colder conditions here in Zurich. What doesn’t sound too exciting for me at all since I love the hot and sunny summer days. However, there is also a good point coming with it: The adaption of your wardrobe to the fall fashion.