Finding inspiration

Finding inspiration 2

When it’s cold and you have long days at work finding inspiration can be a little tricky. Trust me I know. I try to figure out what I want to wear the night before and searching through Pinterest always helps a little. Stripes, layers, knits a classic watch and delicate jewelry is what keeps me going these days. I’m honestly looking forward to spring and to release some of my favourite knits out of my outfit-rotation. The calendar says March tomorrow. I’m hoping the new month with bring with it a lot of sunshine and some warmer weather. Continue Reading

Brand Feature: Fonnesbech

Brand Feature Fonnesbech

The Danish brand Fonnesbech is a revival of an old family heritage. Relaunching the brand in 2014 gave them the opportunity of incorporating sustainability into their brand DNA. Quality and longevity have always been of essence to the Fonnesbech brand and instead of talking about sustainable fashion, they promote the idea of a sustainable wardrobe. Continue Reading

OOTD: workwear

OOTD: workwear

With a new job comes new routines, and for someone in love with fashion, a new sense of what is appropriate workwear (it’s no longer yogapants). I’ve already (sort of) shown this outfit on Instagram, but a couple of days ago I finally managed to capture it in action. The pants was one of my last buys in London. I think I’ve said this before, but 69b Boutique must be my favourite shop in the city. Continue Reading

Cashmere pros and cons

Cashmere pros and cons

Cashmere must be one of the most popular materials of the season. It’s warm, soft and luxurious, and I’ve wanted one for as long as I can remember. I have always decided against it because of the price and the cut I could find them in. Since I got really interested in sustainable fashion, consuming less and of higher quality have meant a lot to me, and I’ve always thought the ultimate high quality sweater would be made from cashmere. Continue Reading