September 30, 2014

Peter Pilotto for Target

Hallo alle zusammen!

Vor ein paar Wochen bin ich mit meiner liebsten Mitbewohnerin, der Laura in Museen und Galerien gegangen. Wie ihr wisst studiere ich ja jetzt an der AMFI und etwas was sie von uns verlangen ist, dass wir regelmäßig zu Ausstellungen, Festivals und anderen inspirierenden Orten gehen. An dem Tag habe ich meine Hose von der Peter Pilotton für Target Kollektion getragen und obwohl sie ein paar Größen zu groß ist, liebe ich sie so sehr! Sie ist so bequem und sie sticht auf jeden Fall heraus und ist perfekt für den Herbst.

Hello everyone!

One Saturday I went with my lovely roommate Laura to some museums and galleries for school. As you know I study at AMFI now and one thing they want from us is to get inspired constantly and to visit museums, festivals and other inspirational places. That day I wore my pants from the Peter Pilotto for Target collection and even though they're a few sizes too big, I love them so much! They're so comfy and definitely stand out and perfect for fall.

Top: H&M
Pants: Peter Pilotto for Target
Shoes: Converse
Purse: Vintage Moschino
Watch: Casio
Sunglasses: Monki

6 Responses to “Peter Pilotto for Target”

  1. I love the top.

  2. Could you please do a post on how you found your apartment & your life in Amsterdam?

    1. I got my apartment through DeKey what is a company for student housing. My university sent me all the information, I applied and I got the apartment, so nothing special. What exactly do you want to know about my life in Amsterdam?

    2. Oh, thanks for the quick answer!
      I was just wondering if it is a lot harder for an international student to live in Amsterdam or not. Further I'd like to know if the expenses are manageable and if students who can't speak dutch (but a few other languages) will be able to find a job there.

    3. You're welcome :) I'm just gonna do another quick response. So actually no, it's not hard at all to live as an international student here in Amsterdam. The university has loooots of events going on for internationals (there're a lot of us here) and the dutch people speak really good English! So it's really easy to get around in Amsterdam even when you don't speak dutch :) Well, the expenses are manageable but it's hard. Amsterdam is a really expensive place, especially living. It's very normal here to pay 500€ for just a tiny room. And yes, it is possible to find a job but it makes it a lot more difficult when you don't speak dutch. My roommate tries to find something since September and she still didn't get anything. But I know other girls who found jobs very fast. I guess you just have to be lucky. I hope I could help you a bit. Let me know if there's anything else you want to know.

  3. toller look, die hosen sind super!


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