Jeans blue outfit: romantic summer

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On really hot days, getting dressed is not that difficult. There isn't much to choose from, it just doesn't have to be a lot. However, it is more difficult when it is warm and still windy and then somehow cool and cloudy and you fluctuate between sweating and goose bumps. How about a beautifully feminine climate zone around the shoulders and, in addition, total freedom of movement and concealment for the upper arms?

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Romantic summer

The off-shoulder blouses are very much in vogue and are just right for us sufferers of edema. Because the wide sleeves offer a perfect comfort zone for arm compression and stronger upper arms. Above all, it finally really stages one of our most beautiful parts of the body. A beautiful back can also delight 😉

The pants offer a great contrast to the jeans blue and break through the color unity of compression and blouse. And the best thing about it is that although it looks like strong denim, it is extremely stretchy, super stretch and a really good alternative if you feel like wearing pants. Even with such a voluminous top, I would always choose a tight and calm bottom. This is how the blouse can look and the rest can create the silhouette. It doesn't have to be pants, the main thing is that nothing much “happens” below.

Jeans blue - the all-rounder

There are simply no limits to the new trend color denim blue from medi! Whether with a cool monochrome look, white or a mix of patterns - it fits almost anywhere. So if you are looking for a bright color with which you want to show compression inconspicuously, this is the right place. Denim blue can also be optimally combined with other colors, giving you even more freedom in your color decision for the next recipe. In the pictures you can see the jeans blue version on the legs in mediven 550 with the Stars pattern and on the arms in mediven mondi esprit.

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

Put on a good feeling

Sometimes you need a little courage to show yourself trustworthy skin and in the end you should also feel good. Because you can always see the uncertainty in someone and even the best outfit does not make a happy face. That's why you take what gives you the idea for your own implementation from our outfits. And if it's just a color combination, make it yours. Choose your look so that it reflects you and gives you a good feeling for the day. Then nothing bad can happen to you that day!

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All new trend colors from average could you right here see again in an overview.

Are you still unsure which color you want to choose?
Then give it a try Pattern color finder from medi.

 

Do you want to buy the denim blue look?

Then you can find the links here:
Blouse: Van Laack (bought at Beck fashion house), similar to Mango | Jeans: New Look 
Shoes:
Birkenstock | Bag: similar by Tom Tailer | Sunglasses: H&M | Earrings: Six

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi

lipoedem fashion outfit jeans blue medi


This outfit was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern
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We thank the Beck fashion house in Wetzlar for the wonderful advice.

 

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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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