There is nothing cosier than spending time with the ones you love. Or as Danish people like to say it’s all about the ‘familie hygge’. I’ve tried to explain what ‘hygge’ means in some of my previous posts, but if you haven’t come across the word – it refers to everything that’s cosy, happy, and snuggly… And, of course, ‘hygge’ has a different meaningt for everyone – Philip once told me that every time he considers something ‘hygge’, a specific childhood memory comes to his mind.
Faux Fur Coat by ASOS (here) // Noisy May Leggings (here) // Marble Shades (here) //Jumper by Only (here) // Bugaboo Buffalo Wagon (here) // Patterned Boots by Glamorous here and Chelsea Ankle Boots by ASOS here
The Danish people appreciate the little things in life, finding joy in sipping a cup of coffee, lighting a dozen candles at home, and placing fresh flowers on the table every other day.
On Sunday the three of us did our family ‘hygge’, strolling down the beautifully decorated Strøget (the longest shopping street in Europe), choosing Christmas gifts, and enjoying a tasty meal at our favourite Italian restaurant ‘Rossopamadoro’. Sofia-Malou refused to lay in her wagon, as come on, it’s much more fun to look around what’s happening around, especially now that’s she’s almost three months old.
The food was amazing as always, so if you happen to set foot in Copenhagen, make sure to pay Illum’s rooftop a visit. It’s also a baby friendly place, with a special room where you can breastfeed or warm up the milk for your little one.
And you? What’s the ‘hygge’ thing you’ve been doing lately?