Top Uterqüe// Sunglasses Kaibosh// Scarf Tôteme// Sandals Isabel Marant
Tomorrow I will take off for Paris… and that means I’m about to stuff all of my things into my suitcase (reminder to self: make room for shopping). I’m going on a mini Europe city adventure with one of my closest friends Sascha and Paris is first stop. Paris is one of those cities that you can re-visit a million times without ever getting bored or getting the feeling that “you have already seen it all”. There are always new neighborhoods to explore, new stores opening and delicious restaurants to eat in. A guidebook is always great to have on hand and my personal travel series favorite is “Turen går til…” by Politiken. There are plenty of information about sights, museums, restaurants, the cutest little phrasebook etc.
Next (and final) stop is Amsterdam and I simply can’t wait. I have heard so many amazing things about this city, but neither of us have been there. If you have any recommendations for Amsterdam (or Paris for that matter) feel free to message me or drop a comment.
Pictures from Tumblr
Once upon a time my favorite color was red. I have always loved the color, but the latest years I haven’t worn the color much (read: not at all). Why so? See that I can’t explain. Maybe because the color can be a bit daring to wear. It is a very strong color and it can sometime scream a little too much for attention. But for me it also expresses some sort of power. You definitely feel like a power woman when you wear red. Luckily red is back in the game. Big time. And no one said that you have to wear it head-to-toe. A small splash of the red color can be just enough.
Polo shirt Frame// T-shirt Rag & Bone// Knit Ganni// Boots Dorateymur// Sneakers Céline// Bag J.W. Anderson
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Is there anything better than to walk around in your PJ all day? I don’t think so. If I should be honest with you guys, a PJ is my favorite outfit. There is nothing better than a Sunday in bed wearing nothing but a PJ (and maybe a pair of panties)!
Now, can you understand why I’m obsessing over the new Cos leisurewear collection? If it’s actually possible that great style and comfort can be combined I think my highest dreams have come true.