About

Born in 1980. Originally from Poland, living in the UK since 2007. Happily married to a wonderful man, mother of two little boys – Jeremiah and Francis.

One may say I’m kind of artistic, in constant need of creativity, a little odd in my ways, an obsolete soul, a scatterbrain that’s for sure, a bit lost in the modern world. Born definitely much too late.

Wearing quirky Lagenlook clothes and outdated hairdos make me feel brave and romantic at the same time. You have to dare to dress like that despite being a fragile romantic, hopelessly embraced by persistant nostalgy.

Constantly in pursuit of balance and stability which are clearly against my nature but still with a great desire to feel at peace with myself and the world around me.

2 responses to “About”

  1. Sue says :

    I googled Lagenlook and found you. Your style is perfection. I am in my 50s and I have been wearing layered clothes for ever. Never knew there was an actual name for it. Maybe because I live in New Zealand and not Europe. Lovely blog by the way. Sue

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    • magdoola says :

      Thank you Sue!

      If you know the name it’s easier to look for things. Although I’ve got a feeling that proper designers avoid this name, such as Ewa i Walla.

      More and more people are choosing Lagenlook not even realising it. I’m always happy to see other women wearing it but it still takes a bit of courage to look different than others, especially when visiting Poland where Lagenlook is still mostly unknown.

      Will be posting new things so feel free to visit soon! Take care!

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