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I call it triggers. That brief moment in which the world stands still for a second and then suddenly everything revolves around it in my head. About this one part that is hanging on the hanger. I came, I saw, I bought. And all of a sudden the rest is easy and piece by piece the outfit comes together. How could I help but celebrate with you guys and toast with a fruit cocktail? Kampai!
Jeans blue x coral - it's all in the mix
The mediven 550 arm socks in coral and compression tights in denim blue? Isn't that too colorful? I'll tell you how you can best combine compression colors without making your outfit too restless. Because it's actually very easy!
- Choose an upper or lower part in the color of the compression. I opted for tone on tone jeans blue.
- Bring a fun part to your look that picks up on the second color, here e.g. B. the fruity and happy t-shirt.
- Let an accessory complete the whole thing.
For example, an orange or mint green bag would have fit here and brought in just such a great freshness.
Functional zones in the everyday test
What new functional zones there are at medi, I have you in this article yes already told. In the everyday test, both zones were able to make some situations easier for me. On the one hand, thanks to the Functional elbow zone Working at the desk is much more comfortable. Because the soft tissue in the crook of the elbow no longer presses so hard on my tendon. On the other hand, there are significantly fewer rolls and that makes mediven 550 very bearable on the arm.
The Functional knee zone makes cycling and train travel more pleasant. With such a strong bend in the legs, it is clear that the material in the hollows of the knees can never be completely avoided. Nevertheless, the pressure in this zone has been significantly reduced and feels much better when squatting and when sitting! With single-colored compressions you can hardly see them, with the two-tone knitted fabrics, to be honest, outsiders do not notice it. There is a lot to marvel at around it, so you would have to look three times to discover all the details. So don't let the functional zones take away the fun of the patterns!
So you see, don't be afraid of a little play of colors and let off steam! Miss Dr. Sprott prescribes a permanent recipe for "fun in fashion" outside of the norm. 😉
You want to shop for the denim blue x coral look?
Then you can find the links here:
Shirts: ESPRIT | Skirt: similar | Purse: similar | Denim jacket: ESPRIT | Shoes: old school Converse
This outfit was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern
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I think the outfit is great and I like to wear the combination of a dress or skirt with a compress.
Aaaaaber ... again and again I have the problem that the fabric is statically charged by the friction and then sticks to the Kompri. That doesn't look nice. It is only possible to some extent with pure cotton or linen fabrics.
Do you have a tip how I can prevent this?
Your blue pleated skirt looks like it could stick to the Kompri.
So what are you doing about it?
I'm curious! Kind regards, Martina
Hello dear Martina,
fortunately that is not the case with the skirt. But there is an anti-static spray for clothing. Give it a try 🙂 Take a look here: https://amzn.to/2NczaBx