Flower in berry: Your glamor outfit for Christmas

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No, the Christ Child will definitely not be blinded by this sparkling top. At least not right away and if it did, it was at least worth it. Because with this particularly glamorous and Christmassy outfit, the eyes can easily fall out. I mean check it out. The shoes! The skirt! The compression! Well, I'm no longer surprised that the polar ice caps are melting.

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Concealing is not always hiding

If you've done something well, it's okay to praise yourself. I give myself a benevolent pat on the shoulder when I think that I've found a top with wide sleeves and a maxi skirt that don't show everything, but make a pretty impression. Of course, the maxi skirt has a peephole, so to speak, where the beautiful Mediven 550 our Fashion Element Flower in Berry flashes out. But despite the open legs, you are not dressed too scarce.

The palliette top has so comfortably wide sleeves that nothing above the compression restricts you or pushes you up. Well, we don't really have to discuss the shoes now. They're made for a short appearance and a long evening at the table. But I belong to the kind of woman who, depending on the hour and the level, put the show mules aside at some point and gallantly step into the slippers of the world.

Flower in berry:
My compression plays the main role

I just can't help it, somehow I need it - playing with compression. Think I'm crazy, but my outbreaks of fashion have made it an important part of my style and if I didn't have to wear it anymore, I would still fall back on colorful socks and tights.

In the meantime, even my fellow human beings have just as much fun to see with which idea I come around the corner the next time I meet. My own fashionable therapy is my personal one #mymedives-History. Do you have one too? Maybe even with the flower in berry? Then share it with me and the whole community!

You can get inspiration on how to make your Christmas special, no matter what the circumstances read in this article.

Here are the links for after-shopping:

Skirt: Asos | Top: Zara | Shoes: Asos | Bag: I am

This article was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern

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Author: Caroline Sprott

I'm Caroline, born in 1989 and live in Augsburg. Why did I start the lipedema fashion blog? At the beginning of my diagnosis I was completely helpless before an uncertain future. Now, a few years later, through active participation in self-help groups and a lot of research, I have accumulated a wealth of experience that I would like to make available to other affected persons in one place - without the detour via private groups on Facebook. The fashion component is of course due to my hobby. At the time, I promised myself that I would never be restricted by compression stockings. This attitude gives other patients courage and so Michaela advised me to start a blog.

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  • I think it's a shame that Medi doesn't knit the knee insert in one color. The tights almost look like the patches that are sewn onto small children’s trousers. It would be nice if Medi could change that.
    Best regards Tine

  • Hallo,
    why do they even exist, those patched things? I once had so n
    Box (seam) in the hollow of the knee. I had it removed, luckily that worked. Looked terrible.