I like to buy my basics more consciously and in a higher quality, because I wear them longer and more often. If the basic part is produced fairly and the fabric is produced in an environmentally friendly way, I am even more enthusiastic. The shirts of Grey Fashion are produced in a fair and environmentally friendly way, which is why this cooperation is very important to me and I am even allowed to give you a promocode: with "Austria25" you get a 25% discount on the purchase of a GREY shirt of the models "Grey One" or "Grey Two". Redeemable in the GREY Online Shop.
The Greyshirt is super soft, you can feel the quality already when touching it and the fabric is an absolute novelty. It is called Vitadylan, is two times softer than cotton, is produced in Germany, needs 90% less water to produce than cotton and the revolutionary thing is that the fabric cares for the skin. Among other things, medicinal zinc and algae from Iceland are embedded in the fibres, which supply the skin with minerals and vitamins.
Together with Grey, I tried to keep my daily schedule, even though every day looks different for me.
In the course of this I show you 4 different outfits with the Greyshirt:
In the morning
Since a couple of weeks I always get up at least 1.5 hours earlier than I should actually have to, to really give myself time to wake up and start the day without stress. First I wash my face, open the curtains, then roll out my sports mat and do 5-10 minutes of stretching, breathing and stretching exercises. Afterwards I take a shower, drink a peppermint tea with honey, get dressed and start making up. Finally I eat a little something and set off.
Morning / Afternoon
I work 12 hours a week in a fashion company in marketing and sales, run this blog about 20-30 hours a week and study communication economics at a university of applied sciences in Vienna.
So I'm always on the road a lot and either go to the shop or the office, work or study from home or in a café, a library or directly at the university of applied sciences, depending on what's on and what I have planned for later. A good planning and organization is urgently necessary with my strict schedule, even if it is sometimes really difficult...
Morning / Afternoon
At least once a week I go for a stroll in the city for 1-3 hours. And I often don't buy anything. I am just happy to be informed about what is currently available in which shops. At the moment I am particularly fond of small, sweet boutiques or flea markets and second-hand shops, as I have decided to buy more consciously and with higher quality. In addition, this way you can also get somewhat more unique pieces than if you were to buy from the classic fashion chains.
Most of the time I have FH courses in the evenings, but if these are cancelled or I have time off, I like to meet up with friends in bars or for a (or more) glass of wine at a Heurigen. Sometimes we go to clubs to celebrate, you're only young once