Frankfurt, you're pretty cool. And you totally deserve to be the econical giant you are. Walking through your streets, every corner is a pretty blend of old renaissance mansions and futuristic glass-pane skyscrapers. You're not only a place with lots of history, but also with lots of future.
I decided to stroll through this exceptional city in some white sneakers and a (to me) 70s-inspired skirt, except it's not a classic model, because it's not suede because suede is kind of awkward and because fashion corrects itself over the decades. (And if you do like those suede skirts, get one now before they become lame and old-fashioned again, I tell you that's going to happen soon.)
I'm scared to even think about how many denim shirts like these I have in my closet. They're so easy to style and always make you look so put together (just don't forget to iron them). I initially had a crop top planned to go with this skirt, but the weather turned out to be colder than expected. See, I told you a shirt like this makes you look put togeter and as if you planned your whole outfit, even when things turn a bit spontaneous sometimes.
To unite the white sneakers with the rest of my outfit, I used a scarf that I just stuffed into my bag and let drape underneath the flap. Voilà - that's how you transform your old bag into one that your friends can't realize you've always had!
I could not resist to post just a couple of photos of my day in Frankfurt, so here there are: