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Canadian Tuxedo: Summer Edition

The phrase Canadian tuxedo became popular after the movie The Super Trooper when the Sergeant appears wearing a denim jacket with a pair of jeans, not sure it was matching denim or not. Regardless of the season, or as the year passes this full on denim look keeps doing comebacks.

As the weather gets warmer, long jeans dont feel attempting to sport. Shorts, yes and skirt are a major option during summer. Earlier I shared my surprise over how well-made KappAhl’s jeans, well it didn’t end there. This denim pencil skirt caught my eyes immediately, and I aslo mentioned it to Paul Laing, Head Designer for KappAhl during the last press presentation. Little did I know that both Paul and I really like denim, like is actually not the right word, love sound more accurate.

I think I’ve I’d ever were to asked to collaborate on a collection (just daydreaming a little…) I’d love to create a denim collection. Truth be told. I actually already know how I would like it to look. Hint to brands out there, haha!

What I love about this skirt is that the color, texture and amazing softness in the fabric – KappAhl’s denim should be synonymous with comfortable which isn’t the case in most scenarios when discussing denim. Seriously, hats off! Needless to say, a denim shirt and skirt is the perfect summer Canadian Tuxedo, or what do you think?



Photo: Anouk Yve, edited by me

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Social Media Photography Class

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There have been many occasions where I’ve expressed my passion for photography, there’s no lie that blogging has increased the love for the art of photography so when Sweden’s most prominent camera destination, Scandinavian Photo asked me to be a part of their online photo-ccourse to share a few tips and tricks I’ve learned along the journey, I was truly honored.

In the online class, which is free of charge you can sign up and read tips from other great bloggers and photographers in the field of blogging and social media. It’s an accelerator course with valuable tips on what to have in mind when photographing and which enables you to take your photography skills to the next level.

When I started blogging I was already an energetic photographer, my friends used to call me paparazzi since I always snapped one (and mostly several) photos. If you guys only knew how many hours I’ve invested in researching for importation, studding other photographers and bloggers in the field. If you want to improve your skills, get new perspective and widen your knowledge I strongly urge you to take part in this free on charge online accelerator course, its in Swedish so apologies to all my international readers.

So how does the course work? Start by signing up here (link), the course is a mail-based class where you will be able to participate regardless where you are this summer. I hope you find this course helpful, a big thanks to Scandinavian Photo for letting me a be a part of it.


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