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‚Äôs 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¬īs Trend collection. For some strange reason, I aways take these trousers with me whichever country I move to. ¬†The cr√®me de La cr√®me 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¬īs Eve outfit where you can comfortably dance all night long.
A lot of people have asked me about the colourful shirt I wore during last London Fashion week¬†(click here).¬†The shirt and also the shirt I¬īm wearing on the pictures above is from the East London based label Soot and Ty (click here)¬†and is¬†actually men¬īs wear label. However I¬īm a big fan of Soot and Ty and love the¬†shirt¬īs fitted style and playful pattern. ¬†Shirts from Soot and Ty is definitely a statement piece and is perfect to create your own unique look.
Soot and Ty just launched a new collection for Spring/Summer with lots of colourful and fashionable items.¬†Visit their store at740/741 Camden Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH or simply pop by their stand every weekend at the Backyard Market & Sunday Upmarket in Bricklane, E1.
Top & sunglasses: H&M (old)| Denim¬†skirt:¬†Nelly.com¬†|¬†Jacket:¬†i¬†& Krista Korkiakoski|¬†shoes:¬†Zara¬†|Watch: DKNY¬†
To follow your dreams and give up (or perhaps pause??) your life in one place in order to move abroad is a bitter sweet feeling. I knew that this feeling is going to appear/happen the moment ¬†I decided for sure to move to London, especially because I already have done all the ‚ÄĚthings‚ÄĚ that follows when moving to a foreign country,in the age of 19. Back then, giving up your life and more or less blindly¬†move abroad ¬†(and barely knowing anyone or having a place to live) was the obvious choose. Thinking back, it felt as like this: no hassles, no fuss, I¬īm doing this!!! But few years later, now at the age of 26 it is more difficult. Just the though of leaving your family and friends is scary. I just want to convince¬†everyone important in my life to move along with me to London, a fantasy and an¬†illusion I know is completely impossible.
Anyways, I really do hope my friends, old as new will come and visit me in London. But first, before I send invitations all around me, I really need to¬†accommodation! ¬†This is a huge challenge since finding an¬†affordable, suitable room with cool flatmate. And of course I want to be close to all the fun happenings and events in London! Trust me, this is much easier said than done, especially still living in Sweden and try to find a good place via the internet, but I must stay positive. Now,the flat/room¬†hunt may begin. Wish me good luck y‚Äôall!!
PHOTO: Filip Haukka Sevedsson-¬†EYEWEAR: LE SPECS– TOP:MONKI – NECKLACE: NELLY.COM– SKIRT: H&M TREND -SHOES: ZARA
Finally I ¬†feel normal again after few days partying in Lund where we celebrated Valborg or as we call it in Lund ‚ÄĚ The last day of April‚ÄĚ. We had a great time with lovely weather and friends.¬†Now I¬īm back in ¬†Bor√•s to write on my master thesis. I can¬īt believe that its already spring and after 6 years of¬†studying at university, I will be all finish and ready to work full time!¬†Yeayy me ;)
I hope u all have had an awesome Valborg!