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What I loved... in May

31.5.12

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May was a great month: I went to Paris for a three-day-trip and got to stroll alongside Canal Saint-Martin in the sun, bought classy PJ pants and wore them to work, discovered Greek natural cosmetics brand Apivita (thx Elke!), read the Hunger Games and Stephen Clarke's Paris revealed, walked a mile in my new booties and listened to Coeur de Pirate practically non-stop.


Bisou de Paris

29.5.12

Just got back from three lovely days in Paris - missing it already...

French connection

22.5.12

In 3 days time I'll be in Paris for a well-deserved break. Reservations have been made, my little black book is filled with adresses to check out and according to the weather forecast the sun will be shining non-stop. Only thing left to do: packing my bag!


Frenchie

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Come rain or shine

14.5.12

With the weather being so unpredictable the last couple of weeks, getting dressed in the mornings is quite a task. Can I wear summer sandals and a dress or should I wear boots and a trench? The weather seems to change every hour, so even looking out of the window isn't helpful. My solution: wearing everything at once and layering up!
click to enlarge - photos via the sartorialist, garance doré, vanessa jackman & stockholmstreetstyle

What I loved... in April

5.5.12


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For the first time on the blog: a monthly theme, that looks back at the past month and honours all the small things that make life fun, interesting & pleasurable. 

April was a nice month: I got to celebrate my birthday with a lovely birthday brunch, found the perfect vintage handbag, went on a day cours to learn more about the lifes&likes of Mademoiselle Chanel, finally hung picture frames on my living room wall, read the stories on Industry of One and ate much - yes, one can have too much - raspberry macarons.

Natural simplicity

1.5.12

I love this editorial from Oyster magazine with actress Lake Bell. The simplicity of the clothes, the freshness of her face and her beautiful long hair. Wish my hair would grow a little faster, seems liked it stopped halfway through...

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