Asymmetrical cut denim

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As for the second look in the Colin.se feature, I wore a typical day-to-day uniform. A look that works like a charm, its chic and sophisticated while not compromising on the current trends.

Speaking of trends, being a denim girl at heart – frayed denim is still going strong and will be accompanied with asymmetrical fringed hems.  Personally, I love it because it gives the denim an attitude and one can as well apply its own personality by going bananas with the sizor. A friend of mine gave his skinny jeans a makeover and they look so much more interesting and cooler.

What do you think of asymmetrical cut hems? Will you give you jeans a makeover? Love to read you comments so please make sure to share below.

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Weekend Wears

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There’s something about Sunday’s, and for some reason it has been one of my favorite days of the week. However, people often react when I say this – maybe because it’s the last day of the weekend and Monday is just around the corner which translates to back to the same grind. Hence, laying at home and squeezing out the last 24 hours of horizontally nothingness.

Many years ago, I decided to change things up and implemented Social Sundays with my group of friends. Meaning, doing fun things together and equally socialize instead of spending another thought that Monday is up next. Although I’ve moved from city to city, I’m still busy on Sundays – mostly some work planner but I always make sure to have some play time scheduled in. I love the feeling of ease that Sundays bring.

Somehow it translates to my clothes as well, but since it’s still (very) cold here in Stockholm I tend to wrap myself up in cozy jackets and scarfs. Nothing really special – black denim, white top and sneakers. Effortless, just like the weekend should be, or I at least aim to be.

As for today, I’m off to brunch with my dear friend at the beautiful hotel Miss Clara, followed by a meeting with Anouk, my business partner and hang out with my partner in style Tahira after I’ve checked off a few tasks from my to-do list. What are your plans?

Hope you’re off to a lovely end on this week, make it a memorable one!

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Colin.se Feature

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A few months ago, I was asked to be featured in Colin segment ‘Min Stil‘ which translates to my style. You can read the full interview here as well as the different looks.

As for this specifik look, a long finger knitted top with grey denim and silver mules. Its casual but has a playful feeling to it, one of the most important things in putting together a look is that it has to be versatile and adaptable. Whether I’m stepping out of the office to grab an drink or going for dinner, it’s always nice to feel prepared especially when you’re spontaneities person. Speaking of, did you see me getting that tattoo at the event last night on Snapchat?

A big thank you to Colin for the feature and Rasmus for taking these lovely pics.

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Blogging: Looking for Inspiration in all the wrong Places

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As the fashion industry is moving through an interesting paradigm of shift, so are the social media world as well. Meanwhile, both components are influencing each other and its safe to say that these are some very interesting times.

In order to be on top of your game, the importance of innovation needs to be emphasized. Regardless if we (influencers/bloggers) are creating content, its always good to ask oneself were the inspiration comes from. Whether we like it or not, we’re being bombarded with information all day long, which have lead me to consciously consume the information that’s being presented.

For example, a couple of my photographer friends follow barley (if any) other photographers in their field. Why? To not be influenced and keep their eye’s ‘fresh’ from influences that may cause them to snap a photo that might look as another person. As for myself, I stopped following and reading other bloggers, finding influencers that aren’t doing what everybody else are is challenging. My mantra is quality over quality, because just a picture of what you’re wearing doesn’t do it – anymore.

The other day I watched a clip from a Swedish TV-show were Alexander Bard had made a forecast (10 years ago) in regards of internets importance and how information will now be found on WWW. He also mad e a new forecasted and spoke about sociology and current human behavior. Such as the importance of Running Man in the US, and how people are creating similar event to come together and create, and finally that the individualistic era is coming to its end. Maybe this will make sense in 1, 5 or 10 years but I can absolutely see a shift.

Quality over quantity is essential, posting several post a day on the blog or social media isn’t meaningful unless there’s an actual surplus value attached to it. However, it isn’t necessary the audience that decide that whether the post has value or not – when the creator creates from the heart it automatically shines through. But when you create, or just post or write headlines to create click-baits it jeopardizes your credibility.

The past months, I’ve learned to be more aware of what actually inspires me and why it does. Filtered out things that doesn’t and every time I go back to old habits, I remember why I stopped looking at certain blogs or influencers work. Don’t get me wrong, others may find it interesting but as a consumer you need to ask yourself what’s actually good for you. The same way we should be mindful of the food we consume. Right?

Photo: Anouk Yve

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Creating Interior Design Balance

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When it comes to design, I sometimes feel I’m more drawn to spaces who’s captured the perfect balance of masculinity and femininity. The apartment I picked out for our stay in Copenhagen has just that – cosy without being too delicate or too macho.

So here’s a question for you, do you think the owner was a girl or a boy? Or maybe even two people sharing the space?

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