Gigi Nude Brogues

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Recently, the colour grey (especially grey in lighter and warmer tones) has become one of my favourite colours in home decoration. I used to associate grey with something boring and tedious. For many of us, grey is usually identified with long and never ending dark winter days where the weather is miserable and in general awful-  hence the expression “grey winter days”. Everything you are longing for is to see the glint of the sun and slip into your cute summer dress (which feels so far away at that point). For those living in the Northern part of Europe will sympathise with me and understand the agony of a long winter. Lately I have noticed a wide range of shades of grey are being used in architecture, interior design, decoration magazines and blogs – not to mention Pinterest – the modern time inspiration guru! Grey is particularly being combined with white marble, light pink, woody textures or dark colours such as black, juniper and basil green. Additionally, various tones of grey are also being combined with each-other, providing a sophisticated and luxurious atmosphere. Even Vogue have chosen grey to be one of the interior design trends of 2017, if you would like to read more about how to decorate your home with grey click here.

Shooting for House of Spring 2017 Spring/Summer lookbook, including a grey atmosphere was an obvious choice, especially with House of Spring´s Gigi Nude Brogues. I styled this look with a stunning navy lace top to give it a more romantic feeling and a pair of light blue denim jeans to make the outfit a bit edgy and characteristic, aiming to capture the essence of Parisian lifestyle with a London sense of style.

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PRE-LOVED CHLOE DREW

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I recently discovered Bagista, a shopping destination for luxury handbags and accessories. Their concept is simple yet brilliant – you can easily buy, sell and swap your pre-loved luxury handbags and accessories, physically in their store or digitally.  So if you have a designer handbag you do not longer use , you can simply sell or swap it for another handbag or accessories. I just love their concept as it´s both sustainable and gives us handbag lovers the options to exchange our luxury handbags we do not longer use. And it doesn’t stop there- you can find a range of designer handbags, from Chanel, Gucci to Celine and YSL. I found this gorgeous Chloe Drew in their Chiswick store that matches just perfectly with my new pink pleated shirt from H&M.

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SOMETHING SPARKLING

Really like this outfit where I mixture different brands with old to new wardrobe essentials. The Bell Sleeves is such a huge trend right now, loved by bloggers and fashion editors around the world. The 70’s bohemian inspired Bell sleeves are so much fun and easy to match, either with a cute skirt or a simple pair of  jeans. In this the outfit, I have matched it with my golden trousers that are a few years old and is from H&M´s Trend collection. For some strange reason, I aways take these trousers with me whichever country I move to.  The crème de La crème of this outfit is the navy sparkling Louisa Blue Pumps from House of Spring, a London-based brand with a Parisian inspiration – designed in their London headquarters office and handcrafted in Portugal, The House of Spring shoes are perfect for your New Year´s Eve outfit where you can comfortably dance all night long.

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NORWAYY

I just had to do a spontaneous photo shot when visiting The Norwegian Opera House in Oslo last week. I was amazed by the beauty of this building so if you are planning to travel to Oslo, The Norwegian Opera House is a Must see. It´s a breathtaking experience just walking around the building, especially as you can easily walk to the roof overseeing the city.

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