Recap of the Month: May



By the risk of sounding like a cliche, May flew by in the blink of an eye. May is one of my favorite month since the weather usually is warmer which allows of to officially change to summer wardrobe. This time, I had the opportunity to revisit Los Angeles which opened a lot of new doors.

Meeting Isabel Adrian was a great experience, great conversations and inspiring to say the least. If you haven’t read my feature, make sure to read it here. While being back in Stockholm, I had the opportunity to meet the super woman and oh so inspiring Emma Sjöberg-Wiklund again. I’ve said it before and I’ll keep saying it again, this woman’s energy is incredible. Read the article here.

Things has taken new turns which I am hoping to share more with you shortly depending how the cards plays out. But to sum up an eventful month, it sure has been a ride both in terms of experiences and emotions. Lets hope may brings us more sunshine and beautiful opportunities to grow from.

Here’s my recap of all the outfits I’ve worn and of course I would love to know which one your favorite is! Let me know in the comments and then I will tell you mine as well, hugs!




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Motivational Monday






The lack of motivation has been shining with its absence lately due to several reasons, instead of charging the batteries I’ve run them dry which led to some serious sleep catching up. While the lack of sleep was getting a nasty companion, enthusiasm was fading away – horrible, I know!

However, its always good to have a few tips and tricks handy when motivation and enthusiasm is decreasing.

1. Dedicate 5-10 minutes everyday and visualize yourself acting with enthusiasm and motivation.

2. Dedicate 5-1o minutes every day of how your enthusiasm and motivations will help you reach your goals.

3. Never, and I mean never compare yourself with other. I can’t stress this enough but focus on you and your own goals instead of thinking about others.

4. In the end of it all, its about having fun. And if you’re not having fun while doing it, think about what you enjoyed about it in that made you start from the beginning.

5. Lastly, remember that things take time. With preservations and consistency, doors will open that you never though was possible.

Lets be honest, staying motivated and enthusiastic takes a little effort but these five tips has helped me along the years. Hopefully, within the next few month I’m going to be able to share more details about the last tip.

Wish you all a great start on this week and remember to always be kind to yourself as well as others.




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Sunday in basics! Always feels like a good old leather jacket does the trick to feel comfortable yet look effortless in the same time.

In the spirit of the weekend, comfort and chic and the two C-words I’m looking for when getting dressed. This time, instead of going all black – a little pop of navy blue added a nice contrast.

I’ve been receiving mails regarding my Mansur Gavriel the past weeks so I though I’d mention it here too that I’ve purchased it Stockholm. But yes, its sold out but will be back in stock in August. If I’ll stumble on more information, I’ll promise to let you know. Another question that some have been asking is what size mine is, its the mini – it suits me perfect for the purpose I use it for.


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Photos by: Viktoria Möller

I’m wearing:

Jacket: Pierre Balmain

Top: Zara (old)

Jeans: Paige Denim Trancend

Shoes: Adidas

Bag: Mansur Gavriel

Sunglasses: Ray-Ban’s

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Isabel Adrian



Isabel Adrian is a women whom worn a lot of different hats throughout the past years, from modeling to running a night club, starring reality TV shows, designing, styling, painting, writing, photographing and running companies. Although the list continues, Rebecca and Isabel’s podcast allowed the listeners to get to a uncensured glimpse of her and her life. 

In 2014 Isabel released her first book, Sex Drugs & DJ, a love story inspired by real events but instead of glorifying the fame she chose to illustrate authentically. ”I wanted show that there is so much more to the story than they know” says Isabel. There are many resembling and parallels but Isabel explains that it was a way for her to write the novel relatable, yet emphasis that it is just a novel and not a biography.

Although she starred the TV show Swedish Hollywood Wife’s, Isabel is anything but an Hollywood wife. She only happens to live there but her life consist of being creative and create; whilist she’s had several successes in her life, she’s been through more than one can imagine and even had friend forcing her to choose between them and her husband, Steve Angello.

When she and and her friend Rebecca Stella teamed up to do a podcast it enabled them to tell their story in their own way, a way that was real, uncensured and unpolished. Growing up as a child in Gothenburg, Isabel was bullied from a young age. Her stories are remarkable and last year she shared a few pages from her diary that she wrote ate the age of thirteen to make an stand against bullying. nevertheless, its a powerful and heart touching segment.

”Doing that segment was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done,” says Isabel. But its her authentic and real personality that captures her listeners, her ability to stay true to herself and sharing her journey with the world is inspiring because it takes courage to share past events that is associated with pain and shame.




”I wish I had someone who spoke to me the way I spoke to Rebecca and listeners,  it was hard to comprehend that people listened and that it had an impact on a persons life,” says Isabel while reflecting over her childhood. ”I’m never going to forget that one girl who approached me in Stockholm and thanked me for saving her life. I could never imagined that the podcast would be such an powerful tool,” she says with a smile.

Not only did she these stories but they also started a movement, a philosophy of living life. ”Kör bara kör” translates to just do it and the acronyms KBK is still being frequently used. Its about letting go of fear and living life to its fullest potential. Its about looking forward instead of backward to reach your goals and knowing that you’re good just as you are.

”Everyone needs hear that what they’re doing is good, even me, because it gives one the energy to keep on going. People might think that I’m living a fabulous life but what they don’t see the all work I’m putting in on a daily basis”, Isabel says. And she sure keeps going, Isabel juggles several projects both in Angeles as well in Sweden which makes one wonder where she gets her energy from.

”I get my inspiration from seeing others happy and to be able to accomplish things that haven’t been done before,” says Isabel. ”That I’ve managed to impact others with my story is wonderful, I just wish it would have been on my terms.”

Her past and upcoming projects have one thing in common and that is to show the audience the whole picture instead of bits and pieces. But instead of spoiling the fun and tell what she’s up to next, I’m eager to see see her finalizing and present them to the public.

On a personal note, the reason why I reached out to Isabel was because her stories has moved me and to me she’s an inspiration. She is as authentic in real life as you hear in the pod, a creative soul with a warm energy surrounding her. Who else offers you little drive in her children’s drivable mini-car while wearing a pink scarf a la Audrey Hepburn?






For more information about Isabel Adrian, visit her website. Make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram



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70’s in Stockholm




Denim girl with a soft heart for blue and white adopting 70’s vibes. Yes, that’s one way to describe my current transition to the silhouettes. But what can I say, I do have a soft spot for jeans and a white top regardless the format.

Speaking of jeans,  remember that SATC episode when Miranda wears her ‘skinny’ jeans after her pregnancy? We all have that one pair of jeans that we keep in our closet, its that one pair that symbolizes something extra for you. Let me present to you, my flared skinny bootleg jeans from college, yes, these babies goes 13 years back with me.  Crazy, right?

Lately, I find myself lusting over off-shoulder tops and dress in various designs. There’s something flattering and yet sophisticated that has always appealed to me. What do you guys think? What are your favorite piece for the summer? Make sure to comment below, love to read your thoughts.


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Photos by: Viktoria Möller

I’m wearing:

Top: H&M (similar here & here)

Jeans: H&M (similar here & here)

Bag: Mansur Gavriel

Shoes: Nelly (similar here)

Sunglasses: Ray-Ban’s

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