HOT DAYS IN PARIS

As you probably have seen on Instagram (or red in my latest post) I took a girls trip to Paris last week. We had a wonderful time eating good food, taking long walks through the parks, seeing the sun set over the Seine, looking at art galleries in the Marais district and hitting all the beautiful French fashion stores (yes – I did definitely not go out empty handed). I’m planning on doing a full guide for Paris so stay tuned for that one!

Dress Sessùn

I bought this dress on sale in the small Sessùn store in the 6th Arrondissement. I haven’t actually heard much about the brand, but – oh boy – it surprised me. It has a bohemian vibe to it and lots of the clothes made me think about a urban country girl. The details and the quality is beautiful – which were the exact reason why I fell in love with this dress. Yes it’s ‘just’ black but the belt around the waist makes all the difference. It’s light and flowy (and you can wear it without a bra) and therefore perfect for some hot days in the city.

T-shirt Cos// Skirt Maje// Sneakers Superga// Bag Céline

Another buy I’ve made in Paris was this blue striped skirt from Maje. Again a new brand to me (not all French brands is that easy to get hold of in Denmark). It ticks all the right boxes. Blue, striped and ruffled. What more is there to say?

Dress Ganni

Floral prints have not always been something I fancied but this summer it’s different. In general I think my style has evolved in a more feminine direction which I only see as a positive thing. Why shouldn’t I? Change can be good sometimes.

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A TRANSITIONAL OUTFIT FOR SPRING

Jacket Zara// Knit J.Crew// Jeans & Other Stories// Necklace Jane Kønig// Sneakers Superga// Bag Céline

These pictures were taken a couple of weeks ago where it was still a bit chilly (but sunny though). Therefore I was wearing my beloved rusty red cashmere knit from J.Crew. It has saved me from many outfit crises on those days where it isn’t cold but not warm either.

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OVERSIZED DENIM

Jacket Filippa K// Blouse Cecilie Copenhagen// Trousers Mango// Shoes Acne Studios// Bag Céline

Can we just all take a moment to appreciate the beauty of this new denim jacket? I have spend so many hours searching for the perfect denim jacket over the years, but no jacket has made me fall in love with this (for many people) wardrobe staple. But this one I’m madly in love with. It is a bit of a new take on the classic denim jacket (like the good old vintage Levi’s one), but I quite like the slightly oversized fit and the darker color. I accidentally stumbled upon it and I didn’t thought much of it at first but I found that it looked so much better on than on the hanger. I think, unfortunately, it is often the other way around (how many times haven’t we all seen something we thought looked amazing and then found it disastrous as soon as we put it on?).

But enough about the jacket… Underneath it I’m wearing a newer addition to my wardrobe, which is this partisan printed turtleneck blouse from Cecilie Copenhagen. Simple, but most definitely not boring. I simply adore this brand and really think you should check it out if you haven’t already. The trousers and boots you have seen a million times before, so nothing to excited to tell about them (other than they both were a really good purchase).

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CHECKMATE

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.