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Vermummte Person vor urbanem Hintergrund Male Model Hannover Hildesheim

Slowly it is getting cold in the north of Germany, because winter is here. For this reason I decided to get my “MSTRDS”- Beanie after months again from the cupboard, because it has become simply too cold for Caps. Even if the Beanie does not go completely over the ears, it keeps at least the upper part of my head nice and warm.

As my daily companion my “Fila” Waistbag should not be missing. The piece is simply practical and helps you in every life situation – no matter if you’re celebrating, on city trips or running away from the police (little fun on the side). Wallet, keys, power bank, etc. fit in and if necessary also something to drink. Since the Waistbag was available for free at Sneakerness Cologne 2016, I didn’t think long about taking it with me – and after a year it still looks great. Hats off!

But the leading role in this outfit is one of my latest achievements. The “Stone Island” Lana Wool jacket from the F/W Collection from the year 2000. The beige piece of clothing captivates with its functionality and elegance and made my mouth water, so I had to take it with me. The jacket is perfectly suited for dry winter days due to the wool and should it get a bit stormy, you simply fold up the collar and button up to the top. So that I don’t really get cold, because I’m a real frostbite, I put under the jacket Crewneck, which is also from Stone Island, which fits to my trousers and shoes.

The jeans you will often see here are a Carhartt Texas Pants in a nice dark indigo blue with beige/yellow seams. Just thick enough for winter, but very comfortable to wear in autumn and spring and neither too thick nor too thin.  It’s also nice that the Texas Pants don’t sit too skinny, but also not like an old Picaldi Baggy. Under the pinroll and in the shoes there are socks of the brand Stance.

On my foot I wear the KangaROOS Ultimate Leather in Navy, but there will be a detailed review in the days to come.

So be surprised

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