I’m still in the possession of tons and tons of pictures from London. Don’t worry they will all get up on the blog eventually. I’m also in the midst of writing a few more guides to some of the different areas of the city that I loved the most. I have now been home for 10 days and although I love Copenhagen I do miss London (a lot). At the moment I have a feeling of being torn between the two cities. I guess it just takes time to (re)adjust.
In these pictures I am wearing my new checkered blazer from Urban Outfitters and blue corduroy trousers from Weekday that I also purchased recently when I went in there on a whim. Accidentally, they match perfectly together. This outfit made me realize how much my style has actually changed over the past few years (or maybe just during my time in London). I know that I (obviously) get influenced by trends but before I came to London I would never wear blazers let alone corduroy. Sometimes a little change can be very refreshing.
Blazer Urban Outfitters
Shoes Acne Studios
I have a ton of pictures on my phone of this beautiful cherry blossom tree that lives close to my home during my stay in London. I could follow the development every day. This is what makes Spring one of the best times of the year. When everything is blooming it makes you so optimistic and excited for all the new things to come.
The weather also started to feel like Spring. On this particular day it was 19 degrees Celcius. Here, I’m enjoying a iced latte at Wulf & Lamb near Sloane Square.
Again this picture was taken on a day where the weather was absolutely incredible. Malene came to visit me and we just enjoyed the sunshine in Holland Park and ate fresh fruit and guacamole.
On our last evening in London we decided to walk all the way through Hyde Park before heading to dinner in Mayfair. It was such a treat to see a sunset like that.
Malene looking gorgeous and colorful in her dress from Lovechild 1979 and knit from Acne Studios.
We also did a bit of shopping (even though I’m always trying not to). I bought this beautiful blazer from Urban Outfitters. It is very lightweight and perfect for Spring and Summer.
I also had a little “fika” with my Swedish girls at Fabrique (which is a Swedish bakery chain). This place makes the best cinnamon buns. I will miss these girls so much (but hey now I just have an excuse to come to Sweden more often)!
Another pretty corner in London. I swear I have at least a 1,000 of these kind of pictures in my camera roll.
Top Ganni// Jeans BDG// Sneakers Superga// Bag Céline// Necklace Jane Kønig
Yes another outfit that includes a black and white dotted top. I just want everything dotted at the moment. I have always loved dots (small dots, polka dots, all kinds of dots) but I haven’t really been wearing any up until now. The dots have made a great comeback at least on me (though a have seen them quite a bit on Instagram recently). This top I have been wearing without a bra (yes I have started to learn to embrace my rather small breasts and enjoyed that I can actually go braless without it being uncomfortable) and the material is so soft and nice.
Another great new discovery of mine is these jeans from BDG (Urban Outfitter’s jeans label). They are so comfortable it would be wrong of me not to mention them (and the price isn’t bad either). With their slight kick in the end they have a really flattering fit on the legs.