This is all I have for you today, loves. I’m feeling really under the weather, and was planning on taking some proper photos of this outfit, but all of a sudden I felt really dizzy and my plans were shattered. I recently got this long vest and love it. It’s from Monki.
Hope to feel better soon. Have a wonderful evening.
Camel Coat // Lipstick // Nail polish // Shoes // Dress
Camel Coat // Shirt // Skirt // Shoes
Camel Coat // Jeans // Sweater // Shoes
Fall has definitely bombed us, and though I do like fall and what it brings us, I would still like to have a proper summer. The summer this year hasn’t been anything to brag about, so I’m going into fall with some kind of a broken heart, but I can’t really be mad. I mean, the fashion this time of year is to die for. Here I’m showing you how to wear the camel coat, which is a favorite, but also big chunky sweaters… The best there is. Have a nice Sunday. x
I love doing something different with my hair. As mentioned before, I usually go for the straight down look, top bun or just a ponytail on top of my head. And I’m happy with that for the most part, but sometimes it’s good to mix it up a bit and get a whole other vibe to my look.
What I did:
〰 I started combing through my hair so there were no tangles left. I know this look looks messy, but for my hair that comes naturally after all the steps are done. You’ll just have to see how your hair acts when you try it.
〰 Next I start sectioning out my hair. First the top lock hair, which I put together in an elastic. The see through ones are the best for this look, but you can of course decide that for yourself.
〰 Then I take that small ponytail and fasten it on top of my head. This is just so the hair in this ponytail won’t mess up the next section.
〰 So, on the next section you do exactly what you did with the top section, but remember to leave enough hair for the third section. Fasten this ponytail together with the first one, and then take the remaining bottom hair and put this in an elastic as well.
〰 Now you can loosen the sections from the top of your head, and we’re back to the top ponytail. With both your hands carefully take your ponytail and make a hole with your finger from top to bottom just behind the elastic. Next twirl the ponytail going upwards, then down into the hole. Now you should have a twirl on your ponytail and the length of your hair should hang over the two other sections.. Did you do it right?
〰 Do the same thing with the middle and bottom section.
〰 Last, thread the first length of your first ponytail into the middle section where you made a hole, and then continue doing the same thing with the rest. Voila, you should be done. This is actually quite easy, but the first time should maybe be for practicing as you don’t know exactly how your hair will react.
Have fun with it though, and have a wonderful day and weekend.
Cardigan from Gina Tricot // Trousers are old // Shoes from Alexander Wang // Shirt from h&m // Watch from Daniel Wellington // Bag from Alexander Wang // Sunglasses from RayBan
I’ve gotten so many compliments for this cardigan, and I can’t help but agree 100% with them. It’s so simple and I feel instantly so much better wearing it. High five, Gina Tricot.
The days are floating by so fast and today O is already FIVE months old. Where did the time go? I mean, I know that it has only been five months and we have the rest of our lives to say that, but goodness, there’s a whole different meaning to those words when you become a parent. And I love every part of it, though it’s oh so challenging.
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Right now I’m totally loving on green plants. And they have a big place in my interior collage this week. It’s such a pretty detail in homes. Right now I only have a few small ones, but I’m planning on investing in a huge one soon.