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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MAY WISH LIST

Top Balenciaga// Shorts Isabel Marant// Bag Marni// Espadrilles Loewe

 Summer (or even just spring) has been a long time coming. But with the weather forecast promising 23 degrees in Copenhagen tomorrow I am a bit more hopeful and optimistic. Finally I can think about other things than wool sweaters.

RED ALERT

 

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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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JUMPING INTO SPRING

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.