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Monday, February 8, 2016


Ok as we salute Copenhagen Fashion Week if you are going to visit the city you might like this post as a survival guide in style what to wear when you are in Copenhagen.

1- The most significant trend is you need cool sneakers. even in winter rain and even snow does not matter Danes wear white sneakers. You can go for Nike air force 1 , Valentino all white sneakers, Adidas Stan Smith, or Isabel Marant make sure you have all white sneakers.

2- Buy / have a Day bag. most use for gym but some use it to pack everything in a huge bag.

3- black sneakers. can be Nike

4. Vegabond kind of boots. black boots are trend with skinny Monki or Acne Jeans.

5- fake furry color coats

6- black or white lace tops, bodies, Wolford sells everywhere and they love lace body tops.

7- Stella McCartney chain bags in black are very very popular. Its like very expensive then it feels like shops giveaway bags for free so everyone has them feeling. I had a huge crush at first but then seeing it on everyone killed my lemming. I do not want to wear or have what is ordinary and everyone has it.

8- Mulberry does pretty good here

9- black leggings can be cotton or leather does not matter.

10 - 90s style baggy jeans. Monki has some.

I hope it helps you abit if you are planning a visit to Copenhagen and Denmark other cities. These are the main trends. Danes love fashion, sneakers and designer bags are cool details. Danes like nude colours and faded pink in makeup in general. Cool Copenhagen!

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Beyonce slays her white Givenchy dress in her new music video:

 I'm so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress (stylin').

I'm a star, I'm a star
Cause I slay, slay
I slay, hey, I slay, okay
I slay, okay, all day, okay
I slay, okay, I slay okay
We gon' slay, slay
Gon' slay, okay
We slay, okay
I slay, okay
I slay, okay
Okay, okay, I slay, okay

Friday, February 5, 2016


I follow some "IT bloggers" and stylist and fashion stylists on instagram and I kind of am fed up with their super expensive same type fabrication style and same brand same color same style super expensive pieces they wear (paid posts and looks). I'm like; are there any budget friendly style inspirations left? Even celebrities mix high street and designer pieces but super popular bloggers are obssessed with latest Chloe IT bags, anything Chanel anything Dior anything Hermes... Thousands of Euros Outfits look even ordinary I've never heard name of bloggers are showing. Reality is most people are on budget from students to working people: Hello! Life is expensive! Its not like those bloggers, everyone can't effort Chloe 1500 Euro price tag bag or sandals.

Lets get real. I'm not inspired. I just get disappointed. Even fashion magazines show high street styling pieces in their pages. Let's get real. Life is on a budget. We need budget friendly inspiration. Also when you wear head to toe Chloe, its not style, its not taste, its just money can not buy style.

I love high street brands like Topshop, Zara, Mango, Monki, HM, Cos, Other Stories, Weekday, Cheap Monday and I love styling pieces from these brands. Let's be stylish, let's be stylish without splurging all designer items. People on a budget are more stylish than head to toe designer looks.

I want to say to my readers: don't feel desperate because you don't own/ have the super expensive hit pieces.You don't need the latest thousandsdollar price pieces to be stylish. You need to build your own taste. You need to follow trends and check what suits your body shape and what feels you good when you wear it. Style is forever. Its individual. Not a brand not a price tag.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Madame Figaro

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Madame Figaro, 29 January 2016
photographer: Tom Betterton & Jenny Gage
stylist: Cecile Martin
model: Marloes Horst 

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