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Winter season is not my thing! I hate the cold and the freezing air, I really don´t like the cold season! The only thing I like about the Fall season are coats and the fact that I need more than one to keep myself warm. The hardest part each year is finding a warm parka, as Duesseldorf is full of the good old Woolrich style. My boyfriend owns a very badass nice parker, I was everywhere looking for it and then I found  Emma Parker.

shop my look:

parka – Emma Parker
knit – Acne Studios
jeans – Acne Studios
boots – Acne Studios
bag – Louis Vuitton

When Emma Parker sent me and collaboration request and I checked their website, I told them about my dream parka. Emma Parker stands for vintage military parkas with fur lining made in Germany.They’re usually working in the color way military green with brown fur, and I couldn´t hold myself to ask them for a special edition in #allblack! Therefore I was super excited ti receive the package with this black babe in it. I tried lots of parkas with fur inside and most of them where really expensive (more than 1500€) and the fur shed by just feeling it. The little hair was all over my look and this is the last thing you want, when you invest in this kind of coat. With my Emma Parker, nothing like this is happening!

This look is the perfect everyday outfit and easy to do it yourself. Of course we can all dress uo and wear super extra stuff, but sometimes I am dying over a comfy low-key look like this! Take your favorite black jeans (mine are by Acne Studios), your comfiest black knit (Acne Studios) and guess…black boots (yes, Acne Studios,too)!  Add the parka by Emma Parker and a high-quality bag like the Petit Malle by Louis Vuitton and you´re done! What do you think?

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Lisa Hahnbück

Lisa Hahnbück is a lifestyle, travel and fashion blog from Düsseldorf, Germany for women who love fashion and the latest trends and must haves of the season.

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