Fashion,Outfit,22 September 2015
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Good morning. It’s been an interesting week weather wise so far. I love the rain though, especially equipped with new wellington booties in my closet ;). This week I have a lot of school work to take care of as well as work, and I’m also working on some blog posts talking about everything from products I’m found of during pregnancy and my thoughts around the mommy body.

I’ve already gotten some questions and comments touching the subject, but if you have any thoughts or questions you want to share, feel free to do so under this post. I’ll try to incorporate them into my posts coming up later this week and next week. I am very interested to hear your personal thoughts around pregnancy and all the changes that comes along, since I know quite many of you share this special time with me.

This outfit feels fun and a little wild. It’s fun to mix it up by wearing some pattern and color every once in a while. I absolutely love this Carven dress I got last spring. Animal print is (almost) always a good idea :D! Check out older outfit posts wearing this dress here and here!

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dress carven// cardigan minimum // boots flea market // bag chanel // sunglasses ralph lauren

Pictures by Dora Dalila


Outfit,24 June 2015
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dress ivana helsinki// parka dolce& gabbana// shoes jimmy choo// bag chanel

This look is typical me. Sweet and girly mixed with something relaxed to bring it down a notch. Both the dress and linen parka are second hand finds which to me make these pieces very special. When I shop second hand I put much less pressure on the clothes to be perfect compared to when I shop brand new pieces. I somehow accept the clothes for what they are and make the best out of it. Same things applies when I shop interior pieces for my home. We have a lot of old furniture and I don’t mind scratches and signs of life. I think it’s charming.

I actually sometimes find myself getting irritated over brand new pieces of furniture and clothes since I sometimes get disappointed when the price I payed doesn’t meet my expectations. Strutting around and browsing through stuff on markets (especially when traveling and abroad) is something I really love, enjoy and appreciate. I feel closer to the rest of the world when I get to look through other peoples old items and sometimes even welcome them into my own home.


Pictures by Dora Dalila