Bornholmer Street, Berlin
Usually I choose my outfits matching to the background. Thus, I was really excited to learn that the cherry trees at Bornholmer Street were in full bloom. I pulled out my matching new Grande Arche Coat and organized a photo session after work. Too bad that trees had shed most of their blossoms within a few days. Unfortunately, things don’t always work out as planned, which annoys my inner perfectionist quite a lot. This weekend I will have a new shot at the perfect floral background as I’m spending it in the Netherlands. Keep your fingers crossed that I will have more luck this time and will catch tulips in full bloom.
The Bornholmer Street is not only known for its cherry trees but also quite a history-charged place. After all this was the place were the first border crossing was opened the day the Berlin wall fell. As a history geek I really love about Berlin that history was made at pretty much every corner. During my quick walk along this street I have discovered several interesting backgrounds for photos. For sure this has not been the last time that you have the Bornholmer Street on here. Quite often I find new photo backgrounds by chance when walking through Berlin. However, I’m also following several fashion blogs from Berlin to get inspired for new backgrounds. How do you do it? How do you find the matching backgrounds for your photos?
Coat: me-made Grande Arche Coat from Sewionista Patterns
Bag: Abro (2nd Hand)
Shoes: Adidas Gazelle Sneakers
Nail Polish: Essie “Go Ginza”