29 November 2009
Finally the pictures, which I took in the charity shop WIZO. I can't tell you precisely, where it is located, because the Israelis couldn't tell me. I just know, that it is near the central busstation and the shopping mall "Canyon".
The only disappointing thing about the shop is, that they put away nearly all so called summerclothes, like tees with short sleeves and dresses. Spring or summer, come soon!
23 November 2009
This was yesterdays outfit. I bought the trousers in a small shop in the central busstation of beer sheva and I love the color! It's the exactly the red I was looking for.
Furthermore my boyfriend cut his hair. He went from shoulder length to 12mm and is quite a change, but I like it. By the way, hair grows. ;)
But after he cut his hair I thought about how hair is part of our body. If someone cuts his/her hair it's always a change and it effects his/hers environment. There have been people, who didn't even recognized him, because of the short hair. That was very funny!
20 November 2009
Yesterday's day off outfit:
petrol shorts and creme shirt from "The Boutique", black leather ankle boots from Vagabond and black H&M leggins.
I love Photoshop, but I hate my bangs!
By the way I have been to WIZO again yesterday, but they already changed their summer sortiment to winter sortiment, so I didn't find so many things.
I really want to show you some pictures from there, but I don't find the time. Maybe tomorrow...
15 November 2009
Todays working outfit in the morning.
Ralph Lauren shirt from "The Boutique", Levi's 501 cutted shorts from "The Boutique" and source "soldier" sandals from small shop in berlin (Oderberger Straße).
Did I already told you, that I bought sandals in berlin to wear them in Israel and discovered, that they are made by an Israel company in Israel?
Besides I am wearing the soldier version...
14 November 2009
Dov's mother's family connection to Israel gives the Israeli stores special meaning for American Apparel."
I was really surprised to see on their website, that there are two american apparel shops in Israel so far: One in Jerusalem and one in Tel Aviv.
I think I am going to visit the one in Tel Aviv in the next time. I want to see the difference to the german stores and how much it costs in NIS. And I feel the desire to get that American Apparel Circle Scarf.
There are also plans to open a new store in Haifa, because Dov's mom grew up there, and they want to open an israeli online store.
One long weekend full of fun and laughter! Actually me and my boyfriend wanted to go to Jerusalem and sleeping at a friend of mine. But my boyfriend got ill and we decided to stay in Kfar Rafael.
But we had a good time sleeping long, cooking and eating delicious things, listening to music, kneading and forming clay, chilling and just living through the day without giving schedule.
Because I had a lot of time, I thought a bit about the blog. I am going to change its appearance and my way of blogging. I think it's boring just to show you only the "good" outfits, which are rather rare because I work a lot, a lot, a lot. So whenever I have time to picture my outfit I am going to do it, whether it's "good" or not.
That were my and my boyfriend's outfits today:
07 November 2009
On Shabbat I only have to do nice things with the disabled people, because it's their day off.
I wore a blue chemise from "The Boutique", black leggins from H&M and black Chucks.
A simple outfit.
And yes, it took me one week to post it...
04 November 2009
I already found some and here is one of them:
02 November 2009
This is one of my outfits from last week. I wore this on thursday, which is my day off, because it's quite comfortable and good-looking at the same time.
But the most important thing is, that I found a secondhand store in Beer Sheva, which is cheap and really nice. It's called WIZO and is located in the Canyon near the Mall at the Central Station.
There is also a very funny point. I told you that I picked some things from "The Boutique". Today I should reorganize it, because it was very messy and put some clothes in seperate boxes. As I asked, where the sorted clothes will be delivered I was told that they end up in WIZO. So funny! I may buy clothes from the village in WIZO.
By the way, on thursday I went to the beduin market and it was really disappointing. There weren't old beduins selling a lot of old and/or antique stuff, as I imagined. There were a lot of other people selling new, cheap stuff and a lot of sweets. So I bought some sweets and went home.
Besides I bought the trousers I am wearing in a small shop at the Central Busstation from a very nice man. It costs 45 NIS about 9€ and I am very happy with them!