Wandering around Stockholm in head-to-toe Swedish brands makes me feel happy in my heart. I wish everyday could include late wake ups and latte fueled walks through the snow. I’m currently obsessed with...Read More →
Wandering around Stockholm in head-to-toe Swedish brands makes me feel happy in my heart. I wish everyday could include late wake ups and latte fueled walks through the snow. I’m currently obsessed with this pleated back coat from Patouf. It’s so unique and perfect for wrapping up in.
With the weather turning slightly more chilly I’ve started pulling out the thick knits. I love this yellow fluffy jumper by Acne. The only problem? It sheds fluorescent fuzz onto everything and everyone that makes contact with it. I still love it though.
Photos by Kit
Probably the most basic outfit combination ever but I like it for its simplicity. This is what I wore on the first day of London Fashion Week.
Wearing: Paul and Joe Sister dress, Acne jacket, American Apparel clutch and Converse.
p.s. the winner of the third giveaway had been chosen – congratulations to Lola!
Lately, I’ve found myself feeling disenchanted with the contents of my wardrobe. But this weekend it reached an all time low…
Running 10 minutes late already, I was standing in my towel staring blankly inside my closet. I had to pull together every morsel of maturity because what I wanted to do was hurl myself onto the floor and launch into a psychotic fit. I HAVE NOTHING TO WEAR, I kept whimpering in pathetic desperation until my husband finally walked over and started pulling things out, ‘What about this?’ He went through tons of stuff. Each item he suggested received an immediate response: too tight, too loose, too itchy, too low, too high, too sheer, too thick, too long, too short…
‘You’re right,’ he finally said. ‘You have nothing to wear.’
Umm… what? Other people aren’t meant to agree! The ‘I have nothing to wear’ dilemma is an age-old problem between a girl and her wardrobe. Of course, there is stuff to wear. It’s just a matter of whether you want to wear any of it. Clearly I don’t. I’m not entirely sure how I’ve reached this point of absolute disenchantment. Maybe it’s a passing phase? But, I’m thinking of making a pile of the things I love (I swear it will be like 10 items) and getting rid of the rest. I’ve done so many closet clear outs over the past year but it still feels like there is too much of what I don’t like. Does anyone else have this problem or am I just massively wardrobely challenged? I’ve started scouring online shops for pieces that would make my life easier when getting dressed – starting with tops. They aren’t anything revolutionary but I’ve always thought that getting your basics right is the first step.
It doesn’t matter how many times I see them, I’m still OBSESSED with these little Prada crystal earrings. They’re totally kitsch but I love them for their garish charm. Hedvig wears hers with a big o’l dose of Acne (jacket, bag, shoes), Karl fingerless leather gloves and a Joseph jumper. If I had these earrings I’d pair them with a soft white T-shirt and oversized boyfriend jeans.
Oh yeah, come on… who wants to get me these earrings for my birthday?