Who said anything about summer sales... It's summer and there're sales.. And I end up with a heavy cashmere and wool cardigan in dark green. I feel as though I'm not in sync with summer when it comes to my acquirements. The same goes for the dark green handbag. On the other hand I'm very happy to have found a couple of things that will fit into my 'green thing', going on since early spring/late winter. This will be perfect for my fall closet. Cardigan from a Danish designer - By Malene … [Read more...] about Summer Sales….
A graphic print on a classic pencil skirt makes it a statement rather than just the plain vanilla garment. I have used it many times over the years. Especially when it comes to my own sewings; pick a fabric out of the ordinary and sew a classic pencil skirt. I promise you, it won't pass unnoticed! Here's my take on this type of twist for this year and this time around I've actually bought the skirt @ Anthropology and it was a year since. Besides the pattern and the slightly longer hemline there's more … [Read more...] about Classic Pencil Skirt With a Twist
Sales started off early in Stockholm this year. Without guessing too much it's because of the cold weather... Who wants to buy summery clothes in an arctic climate... Well here is one of my bargains, a blouse from Zadig & Voltaire. Long sleeved to be on the safe side... Love the heavy fall in the fabric and the funky black detail around neck, hemline and wrist. … [Read more...] about Office Flower
Especially if it's in the shape of a Marni design on a summer skirt. This skirt has been 'resting' for many years. The feel has been that it was too long and with an outdated cut. Time has come to update by styling with peep-toe shoes and a cashmere cardigan. Skirt from Marni Shoes from Vince Cardigan from J.Crew … [Read more...] about Flower Is Power
Celebrating Midsummer in Sweden with all the necessary ingredients; countryside, iffy weather, pickled herring, schnaps, strawberries, family and friends! Flowers from the garden, flowery blouse from Zadig et Voltaire. … [Read more...] about Happy Midsummer!
The designer for the royal wedding gown was Ida Sjöstedt and she's mostly known for her feminine dresses preferably in lace. Check out her website. But here's my take on her design, a jacket to be worn at the office. Feminine, flowy but in a fabric that keeps it strict. … [Read more...] about My Take on Ida Sjöstedt