Sommerfrische ball: Luise of Prussia dress + Nehelenia Patterns review

Today I want to talk a little bit about the dress I wore to our Sommerfrische-ball. I have a love&hate-relationship with this dress because of the bad experience I had with the pattern and Nehelenia itself but I still love the look of the dress. But let’s start from the beginning. A while ago I […]

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Historic Steam Train Adventure: ‚Kuckucksbähnel‘ in germany

On my this years trip to germany I was in Hanover and also, like every year at my aunts house near Mannheim. (This is also where I stayed last year when I had an internship at the Nationaltheater Mannheim – a very big theatre in Mannheim). Since Nicole, a fellow costumer, lives in the same […]

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Sommerfrische – Laxenburg

On the second day of this years Sommerfrische we visited the park in Laxenburg near Vienna. The park is very very old but in the 18th and 19th century many things were buildt and changed and gave it the look it now has. Maria Theresia started with changing the canals in Laxenburg and Emperor Franz […]

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historical picnic in Bad Ischl

Bad Ischl, a small town in the heart of austria, celebrates every year the birthday of Emperor Franz Josef I. Bad Ischl was and still is one of the most famous health resorts in austria and the Emperor visited the town almost every year in summer. Since I visited my very good friend Magda in […]

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Sommerfrische – A visit to Demel

This year our yearly ‘Sommerfrische’ happend to be in Vienna. I was one of the two organisers since I live here. 🙂 On the first day of the Sommerfrische we payed a visit to one of the most famous coffee houses in Vienna: The beautiful Café Demel. This coffee house was founded in 1786 and […]

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18th century ball in Vienna and a zone front gown

This year, on february 2nd, I attended my first historical ball ever. The ball was hosted by a historical dance club based in Vienna. It is called ‘Zeitentanz’ and they also hold dance classes. If you’re from Vienna and interested visit their website! The ticket itself did cost €50,- but I only had to pay […]

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