Well it’s supposed to be Spring but at the moment Spring feels very far away. Knitwear are still a necessity. This slightly chunky knit is all I need right now. Living in the UK/Denmark they can be very good to have all year round. I am not complaining though. Knitwear is my favourite wear. I imagine sitting on the beach on a summer evening wearing a blue striped skirt with this white knit thrown over. I am keeping that thought in mind while it’s currently drizzling with snow outside my window.

Knit & Other Stories

Trousers & Other Stories

Bag Céline

Shoes Acne Studios




According to me it would be a look like this or at least this would be the kind of outfit I would wear if want to feel super comfortable but at the same time a little put together. I have rediscovered my love for track pants and I love this navy and red (best combo really) pair that I bought a couple of years ago.

Another thing I’m really getting into is the ponytail. I used to love having my hair up in a ponytail but then I grew out of it somehow (although I cut my hair shorter). I always had a ponytail back in my early teens because my hair was so long that I could almost sit on it (okay that might be a little exaggerated but you get the idea). Now the ponytail days are back. When you can put pretty accessories in it then why not.

Blazer Sandro

T-shirt Cos

Track pants H&M Trend

Shoes & Other Stories

Bag Céline

Scrunchie Ganni




Sorry (but not sorry at all) Carrie Bradshaw but the scrunchie is back. If you are a true SATC fan like me (I have watched the whole series a hundred times already) you definitely remember how Carrie was teasing her boyfriend Jack Berger because the main character in his new book was wearing a scrunchie. “A scruuuunchiiiiiie?!!” She told him no one in New York City would ever wear a scrunchie (that poor man). He was a nice guy though, but he might have taken things a little too personal.

Anyway, as I said the scrunchie is back and I absolutely love it. It just makes a ponytail or a bun that much more interesting and fun. Besides the scrunchie I have also noticed how big of a trend these (Korean) hair clips have become so I had to have one myself. Isn’t it just to adorable? Look out for all the hair candy. It is just as addictive as sugar.

Hair clip Pico 

Scrunchie Ganni



I started the week with taking some time for myself. It is so important to just switch off once in a while. Currently reading Rupi Kaur’s second poetry collection (because I couldn’t get hold off the first one). I highly recommend it!


Then I met with Malene for a coffee and a croissant at Hotel Sanders. I was very into the coffee as you can probably tell from the picture.


I also got time to catch up with my good friend Cecilie, whom I met at London College of Fashion. She recently moved to Copenhagen so I will hopefully see her a lot more when I’m returning from London in April.


A gorgeous colour combination in central Copenhagen. I’ve spent a lot of time the last week just walking around enjoying the city.


Another coffee date with Malene. This time after attending KEA connect (open house). Crossing my fingers that I will get in this summer!


The canals in Copenhagen looking particularly beautiful after the snow


Lunch with my beloved grandma at the french bistro Ravage


I also had time to pay a visit at Glyptoteket. It was very busy that day but I managed to take a picture without anyone in it.


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Even though the calender tells me it’s March I am walking around huming to all of the classic Christmas songs. Why couldn’t all of this snow fall in December? That being said I am one of those annoying people who thoroughly enjoy the snow whenever it decides to arrive. So for this month’s wish list I am both looking forward to Spring but also acknowledging the fact that it’s absolutely freezing outside. Brrr.

Cardigan Elizabeth and James

Skirt Mango

Earrings Anni Lu

Bag Joseph

Shoes Maison Margiela





As many of you might already know I am at home visiting family and friends in Copenhagen. It is so nice to be back despite the absolutely freezing cold (temperatures dropped to -8 yesterday). It’s a bit of a change compared to London weather (though most Londoners complain about the “cold” weather all the time). We decided to escape the freeze by walking into Glyptoteket. I love the architecture of this place and the palm trees in the middle makes you think of summer. When you are away from your home town for a long period of time it makes you appreciate the city even more when you get back. I feel like I have fallen in love with Copenhagen all over again and though I love London and it feels like home to me now I don’t mind moving back in 1.5 month.

Jacket Oxyde

T-shirt H&M Trend

Trousers Zara

Sneakers New Balance

Bag Céline






I love how incredibly diverse a slip dress can be and this one has, without a doubt, been one of my best buys last year. You can use it on its own, with tees and shirts under it or a chunky knit layered on top. The possibilities are endless. However, this was how I styled it for the second day of LFW. Very simple, but still with a pop of color. As I have mentioned before I’m really getting into the colored stockings trend. They just spice things up a bit.

The weather that day was absolutely incredible. It felt like Spring already as the sun was really powerful and warming. That also meant that the lighting was really good so I am very happy about how the pictures turned out (if I’m allowed to give myself and my dear friend Susanna some credit). I hope you are all well! xx

Shirt & Other Stories

Dress & Other Stories

Shoes Acne Studios

Bag Céline