Right now is the best time to go in to the woods to explore all the beautiful colors that nature has on offer. When the weather is as nice as it was this Monday I really enjoy walking in the parks. It always calms me down if I am a bit unsettled or stressed out.
Lately I haven’t been wearing much else than this khaki green sweater from Arket. It is incredibly soft, warm and cosy! The type of sweater you just want to snuggle into in front of the fireplace with a warm cup of tea in your hand. I found these somewhat matching tights when I went to Paris. I think it’s nice to wear something else than black tights for once.
Dress H&M Trend
Sneakers New Balance
Top Topshop// Trousers Mango// Shoes Acne Studios// Bag Céline// Necklace Jane Kønig
Exciting things are happening at the moment. I have moved to London for the next 4,5 months with my dear friend Malene to study one semester of Fashion Media & Communication at London College of Fashion. I am so bloody excited about it (and a bit nervous too to be honest). Luckily we have a good three weeks until school starts to settle in and explore the neighborhood and the rest of this lovely city. We are staying in a small studio flat in Kensington which is definitely one of my favorite areas of London but I am also determined to widen my horizon and explore new areas (I still haven’t been south of the Thames).
We shot the pictures yesterday (which were a bit gloomy but nowhere near how terrible the weather is today) in South Kensington. The blouse from Topshop I had just purchased the day before after hunting down one of the last ones in my size (it is unfortunately sold out on their website) and I’m so glad I did that. It is just such a good combination of the wrap trend, dots and pleats. It is a bit cropped but paired with black high-waisted trousers and black boots it makes your legs seem very long.
Jacket Filippa K// Blouse Cos// Trousers Zara// Bag Céline// Necklace Jane Kønig
I’m massively into the Gingham trend at the moment. I’m not completely sure why though… I found this pair of trousers in the back of my closet, which I bought a couple of years ago. Finally they are getting some attention as they have (almost) never been worn.
Knit Cos// Skirt Designers Remix// Boots Acne // Bag Céline
There is something about spring and skirts. It is just a bit more weather appropriate to wear them when the first signs of spring show (at least when we talk about the thin and flowy ones). This ruffled skirt, which I bought back in January (when it was still cold and miserable), has finally seen the daylight. As the ruffle trend is still going strong I know this is going to be a stable piece of mine this season.
Shirt Zara// Skirt Filippa K// Shoes & Other Stories // Bag Céline
Last thursday (on the 19th) it was my birthday and I met a couple of friends for lunch. I had such a nice day surrounded by family and friends and I couldn’t have asked for more. I can’t believe I am 20 years old now! Time flies by fast. This was what I wore. A classic outfit kept in blue tones including my new skirt from Filippa K which I bought on sale.
Jacket Filippa K// Knit Acne Studios// Sunglasses Kaibosh// Jeans Acne Studios// Bag Céline
It is freezing out at the moment (also a bit to cold to wear this jacket), but I just had to show it to you anyway. I survived by wearing my beloved knit from Acne which is seriously the warmest and most cosy thing ever (see here is where I really need a replacement for the danish word “hygge”, since this knit is really “hyggelig”).
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Coat H&M Trend// Shirt 2ndday// Bag Céline// Trousers Zara// Shoes & Other Stories// Watch Daniel Wellington
Copenhagen Fashion Week has just ended and this is what I wore on the first day. I was lucky enough to see the Lala Berlin show and it was such a beautiful show. I have only praising words for Leyla Piedayesh and what she has created. Bravo!
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