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It’s this time of the year again! The days are getting darker and night falls earlier every day. Spooky-Season is here! Some mornings the mist lies over the fields (but of course … working days only) and it’s been quite chilly the last few days.

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So, what is closer than falling out of bed at 7.00 on a Sunday morning to take some moody photos in a field full of flowers? And testing how to get the summery tops into the cold seasons (and let’s be honest – pretending it’s Halloween every single day).

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Today I’m wearing my hand-embroidered linen moth top over a RTW woolen turtleneck. The skirt is one of grandmas pieces 😀

I really like the combination as it looks like a whole new piece, a moth turtleneck. Without, you know, all those endless sewing and embroidery stuff.

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It also works quite nice with my planet blouse, even if I prefer the first outfit a bit. And to be honest – with that extra layer over the extra layer the moth top is a tiny bit tight.

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