Women who wear black…



Neiman Marcus once said that some who wear black lead colorful lives, I’d like to add that some of us also lead colorful hair colors. Yes, I’ve did it again. The purple phase is over and I’m loving this new shade. I’m a Scorpio and love changes – a little variation does me good. Once I started on this colorful journey, the thought of going back to brown feels a bit boring. I can absolutely understand why Nicole Richie keeps changing it up – she must be my spirit animal.

Speaking of Nicole Richie, this girl can literally pull off any color. Needless to say that she is one of my style icons and have been for the longest time.  These pictures speaks from themselves, what do you guys think? Comment below, I’d love to read your thoughts.


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First day of Spring



Ah spring! I’m so happy you’re finally here, brighter and warmer days – whats not to like about it? Can’t wait to see the trees and flowers blossoming and the infamous cherry blossom trees i Kungsträdgården. As a matter a fact, my favorite holidays is Newrouz that marks the first day of spring is celebrated this Saturday. This is a holiday celebrated by various cultures around the world were friends and families gather to celebrate the first day of spring.

Warmer weather allows us to finally dump the jackets and coats, wear open shoes and bare legs. Who doesn’t like the sound of that? I’ve finally got the After getting my hands of my first pair of culottes, I’ve fallen in love – what a effortless and chic garment. Click below to shop my look.



Photos: by Frida Möller

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Fringe Forward


One of the seasons leading trends is fringe, and thats a fact. You can sport the artful swish and swoosh of fringe now—and in unexpected places too. From a knit skirt covered in tiers of the eyelash-like adornment, to a jacket that’s sliced and diced with the rock ’n’ roll streamers, see thirteen one-click ways to put your best fringe forward this season. Here’s a few of my favorite items from Shopbop.

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The Jump From 20 to 30



There’s something that happens in your 20s: whether you want to or not, whether you’re even aware of it—you grow up. While much of this evolution happens very naturally, we all have those wardrobe pieces we stubbornly cling to though we probably never wear them again. Obviously age is just a number, but 30 seems to be a milestone for many, and we’re big believers in constantly evolving your style, so you can look always your best. Therefore, here’s my top five pointers to consider when you move into your 30’s and beyond.

1.  Fit is everything

When deciding to make a purchase, the fit should be the foremost quality you consider. If it doesn’t make your body look amazing, if it doesn’t give you that wow feeling even though its a simple white t-shirt, its a no-go. Simple as that. Jumpsuit can be a tricky garment for some, which its essential to go for a piece that flatters your body like this Gestuz jumpsuit with wide legs.

2. Dress according to your preference, not anyone else’s

Your teens were the years when you dressed to ‘fit’ it and your 20’s to experiment while you were trying to find yourself. But as you move into your 30’s, you’ve become more comfotorble with yourself as well ass your own style. Trends may come ang go, and trust me, they always do. But you’ve learned to pick out what resonates with your sense of esthetics.

3. Invest in your to-go items

By now, you’ll likely have a little more disposable income to spend on fashion. Upgrading the items you love most to higher quality versions is highly recommended, see them as an investment because you’re going to wear them for a long time. Such as these Ray-Ban’s Aviators sunglasses, I’ve had them for 6 years. Or amazing all-around handbag that that takes any look to a higher level, my first handbag investment was this Proenza Schouler PS11 bag and its been a devoted friend ever since I made the purchase.

4. Upgrade your basics

There are those key pieces that every girl should have in their wardrobe, these pieces are timeless. Therefore, going with the cheaper option is not the best way to go about it. Such as a leather jacket, I was looking for a classic fit that could be worn to any occasion such as this BLK DNM leather jacket 8.

4. Continue having fun

Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean your wardrobe should be any less amazing. Remember that fashion is about having fun and expressing yourself.  There is nothing more beautiful than a confident women who’s not afraid to stand out from the crowds. Thoughtful fashion risks will help keep your style fresh and on point.


Do you agree with this list? What would you add? Love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.


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Photos by: Frida Möller 

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10 Things Only Chronically Late People Understand

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There is a big irony of writing this post since I used to be one of those who not only always were in time to any meeting, but also 5-10 min there earlier. The thought of being late was stressful enough. However, two years of living in LA where everybody is chronically late (especially because of the traffic which is one of the most common excuses of being late) has had a tremendouse impact on me, not to the better. And somehow, I’m more of less often late. So here’s ten things only chronically late people understand.

1. When you text someone that you’re “5 mins away” it means you just left your place.

2. If you actually do arrive to something on time, your friends usually greet you with a surprised “What are you doing here?!”

3. And by the way, for you, “on time” means any arrival period that’s within a 10 minute range of when you should have gotten there.

4. For the most part, your reasons for being late are usually just mundane things you forgot to plan around – you got overconfident in the public transportation system, or you forgot to include parking time or time allotted for actually finding the restaurant you’re going to.

5. And if one of those things wasn’t the reason why you were late, it’s usually just that you were watching Netflix until the very. last. possible. second.

6. You’ve set your watch, your car clock, and anything else you can think of, to be at least 5-6 minutes fast. But it still doesn’t help you get anywhere on time. Instead, you just think, Oh perfect! I’ve got another 5-6 minutes before I have to leave.

7. Sometimes you do not want to be early to be polite. You may not want to disturb someone by getting there too soon—say, a friend’s dinner party—so you would rather get there a little late.

8. You know Franklin D. Roosevelt quotes: “I think we consider too much the good luck of the early bird and not enough the bad luck of the early worm.”  by heart.

9 . But you don’t consider yourself late, you consider yourself time-optimistic

10. Your life basically falls apart for two days whenever it’s Daylight Savings Time.




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