New Start?

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Time actually does fly. After 9 week in beautiful Cape Town I am now back in Munich. I have been busy enjoying South Africa and taking in all the crazy and fun experiences, but now I finally found the time to publish this outfit post and share my plans for the future with you.

There are several reasons why I am excited to share this look with you. Number one being that I genuinely love this outfit. It is casual, cool and the leather vest is faux, yet still looks amazing. Number two is that the pictures were shot by Kyle (if you have been following me for a LONG time you might know that I shot with his sister Keagan last year see here) who is a rad photographer and a super nice person. Last but not least they were shot in a location that might be very closely linked to my future: the University of Cape Town.

I have fallen deeply in love with the Cape Town lifestyle. The people there are so relaxed, there are so many fun outdoor activities to do and I just feel amazing when I stay close to the ocean.

Furthermore, the weather is also a big plus. When we were there in April it was supposed to be „Autumn“. Admittedly the temperature did drop on three or four days but the rest of the time it was sunny and up to 30 degrees celsius.

I do like Munich- it will forever be my home, but I feel like it is time for me to take a break from it. Explore a different place and make new experiences. Thus, Julia and I have decided that we will be applying to the University of Cape Town. If they take us we would start Uni there next year in the beginning of February. But let’s see how it goes. Because you know what they say: „Life is what happens whilst you are busy making plans.”


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Pictures by Kyle Kingsley (Check out his Instagram here)

Faux Leather Jacket: Zara similar here

Crop Top: Zara similar here

Shorts: Zara similar here

Shoes: Nike here

Sunglasses: Ray Ban here


Selin Mina 12. April 2016 Reply

Liebe Janine,
Das hört sich nach einem wundervollen Plan an! Ich habe schon so viel gutes über Cape Town gehört und kann es kaum abwarten dort (hoffentlich bald) selbst mal hinzufliegen. Ich drücke dir auf jeden Fall die Daumen und freue mich schon dich wiederzusehen.
xx Selin

    Janine Jahnke 13. April 2016 Reply

    Liebe Selin,
    Vielleicht kannst du mich ja dann nächsten Jahr in Cape Town besuchen- wer weiß 😉
    Ich freue mich auch dich in nächster Zeit wieder öfters bei Events zu sehen 🙂
    Bis dann, Janine xx

Lea 13. April 2016 Reply

Was genau wollt ihr dort studieren?
Ich finde Kapstadt ist echt eine wundervolle Stadt und mich würde es interessieren wo ihr beide während eurem Aufenthalt gelebt habt.
Liebe Grüße

PS: tolle Fotos! XX

    Janine Jahnke 13. April 2016 Reply

    Wir würden uns für den „Bachelor of Arts“ bewerben, das ist ein ziemlich allgemeiner Studiengang (so ähnlich wir liberal arts in Holland) wobei man mehrere Fächer wählen kann und dann sich dann am Ende für zwei „Hauptfächer“ entscheidet. Ich glaube, dass das ganz gut für mich ist, weil meine Interessen ziemlich breitgefächert sind.
    Während unserer Zeit in Kapstadt haben wir zuerst in einem Air BnB gewohnt und dann in einem Holiday Rental, welches wir auch über Air BnB gefunden haben. Ich werde aber bald eine ausführliche Post zu dem Thema Unterkunft in Kapstadt schreiben 🙂 Liebe Grüße,

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