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She has a BRIGHT red pencil skirt, with this pencil skirt she drives HINAAAAAUUUUS!
Well, do you all have a catchy tune now? I hope so, because then the mood will be right for this beautiful late summer outfit to match the mediven550® compression in navy blue! Red always puts you in a good mood and when my new bright favorite skirt meets a cheerful logo pocket, it can only be good.
A denim shirt for everything, the skirt for flat knit queens and compression tights for ever.
When the sun shines, you sweat, a cloud moves in front of it, and you freeze again. Great, how should you dress there? Exactly, in the tried and tested onion look! But it's not that easy as a compression wearer. The sleeves are quickly too tight after countless shifts or the heat builds up under your clothes and you are in your own juice.
I have therefore decided on a generously cut denim shirt that can be worn loosely as a jacket or tied together as a bolero. Together with the gaudy skirt and white sneakers, a wonderfully sporty, fresh look is created that doesn't really let go of summer, but easily faces autumn.
Lippies will love this skirt!
The red skirt (Lily Skirt, www.lunalargo.com) is not just a skirt, it has been optimized for us flat knit wearers! Tailored to the real size of thousands of lipedema and lymphoma fighters and fitted with an underskirt, it not only fits perfectly thanks to the adjustable waistband, but also does not become statically charged through the compression tights! I love this skirt and have a few more ideas about what to do with it.
The matching compression color navy of average is a down-to-earth companion through your wardrobe without ever getting boring. Almost any color combination is possible and that makes you so independent in your choice of outfit. Green, red, blue, orange, gray, black, lavender, pink, yellow, eggshells - I'm not white, but maybe a little white ... there are no limits to your creativity!
Have fun freaking out down-to-earth!
This article was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern