On the Way to Our New Adventure!

Here we are – all ready to roll. Philip has left behind his working uniform and we are going for the city chic look. Now I’m all in for converting him into a part-time fashion blogger. Well, good luck with that. hehe Her VERO Moda Linen Trousers (here) // Pumps by & Other Stories (here) // Ruffle Crop Top by Club L (here) // Bag by Leo Wulff (here) // Watch by Boom Watches (here) // Him Shirt by Tommy Hilfiger (here) // Lobby Trousers by Hope (here) or G-Star Pharrell Williams (here) // Belt by Tommy Hilfiger (here) The only problem with starting over is that despite all the blissful expectations we have for the future, the road that leads to it is...

Inspiration is ‘You’

The sun decided to pay us a visit while we were strolling down the streets of Århus! One of the most beautiful cities in Denmark, if you ask ME, which any proud Copenhagen-er (I did not just say that) would immediately argue against. But hey, I’m not Danish so I don’t really have a deep sense of belonging to The City. But the thing is – Århus inspired me. I could definitely see myself waking up here, taking long walks with Sofia, observing the people, writing at cosy cafes, and enjoying the beautiful scenery and cosy vibes. And yes, I do have a feeling that one day we will own a flat exactly here.White Shirt by Zara, alternative by D Brand (here)...

Ruffle Striped Top and Mini Backpack in Red

My style has changed a lot since I moved to Denmark. Back in the day I would go for bright and bold colours, but after only a few months in Denmark I began playing it safe, probably subconsciously doing my best to fit in the Danish minimalistic world. Well, with the days becoming longer and the sun shining bright, I decided that it’s time to shake up my style a bit and let my personality shine through my clothes. Thought my outfit is quite minimalistic – it’s my bag and shoes that make it pop. I went for a ruffle striped top (1 and 2), ankle length high waist cigarette jeans, my funky mini suede backpack in red (here) and favourite leopard print boots. Boohoo...

Road Trip Outfit

With the flat out of the picture, as well as Philip’s job, we’re all ready to dedicate plenty of time to travelling. We’re starting off our journey at his mom’s place, up in Jylland, before we hop on the plane to Bulgaria. Sneaks by Reebok (here) // Nudie Jeans (here) // Sunglasses by Quay Australia (here) // Rose Carrara Cream watch by Abbott & Mosley (here) // Alternative to my bag by Polo Ralph Lauren (here) // White Tee Franklin &Marshall (here) It feels so damn good to know that now we have the opportunity to do exactly what we want with our lives. And since I’m a travel junkie, I will be taking Philip on some pretty marvellous adventures from now on I’ve decided. Hence my big smile! Hopefully, we’ll be travelling quite a lot that summer, something that I...

Our Last Walk Down Lyngby Hovedgade

There is a lot things I will miss about Denmark…but the weather is definitely not among those things. Hehe. It might be summer where you live, but here we’re still rocking our winter coats and heavy military boots.  French Connection Colour Block Coat (here) or Mango Pockets Wool Coat (here) // Zara TRF Bermuda Shorts (here) // Black Tee by Minimum (here) // Alternative to my boots by KIOMI (here) // Alternative to my bag by Pieces (here)  // Sunglasses by Quay Australia (here) Yesterday the weather was indeed quite gloomy, all in tune with our reminiscent mood. We took our last walk down Lyngby Hovedgade to then hand the keys to our flat to its new owner. It was so bizarre saying ‘Hej-hej’ (Bye)...