Two of my current favorite pieces in my wardrobe. The perfect pair of summer sandals by Yvonne Koné and then of course the BlameItOnFashion x Markberg bag. I’m so happy to hear that so many of you like it! Make sure to vote for your favorite bag in The Battle for a chance to win it.
I recently got a giftcard to Atterley Road – a London-based webshop with an amazing selection of some of my favorite Scandi-cool brands like Baum und Pferdgarten, Samsøe & Samsøe, By Malene Birger, InWear, Day Birger et Mikkelsen and Ganni but also brands such as American Vintage, Whistles, Petit Bateau and French Connection – all of them being both affordable and cool.
So what did I choose? With my previous post in mind it will come as no surprise that I went for a summery midi-skirt and a casual printed sweatshirt.
One of my favorite trends this season are pleats. I love them on skirts, on tops, on dresses, on everything and I’m planning of making the pleated skirt in combination with a cropped top or a casual sweatshirt my uniform this season. And when you can’t afford Proenza Schouler you can always count on Zara and Whistles.
It’s all in the details and one thing worth noticing (besides the skirt and my favorite black clutch) is the Efva Attling ring. I like my jewelry to be discreet yet noticeable and this ring really hits the nail on the head. Perfect on its own as a sole piece of jewelry or in combination with a super-simple necklace.
I’m super excited to finally show you the result of my shoot with Harrods of London. Why my hair looks so golden is still a mystery to me but I’m seriously considering colouring it like that… On the other hand I want to go blonder.
Anyhow, let’s not talk about the hair but what I’m wearing. To celebrate the launch of the new collection from Harrods of London we all got to choose one leather piece to wear at the shoot. I went for a navy coloured pencil skirt, which is undoubtedly the best pencilskirt I’ve ever slipped into. You can almost see how soft the leather is… And the fit was just perfect.
I love mixing slim pieces with more boxy items so it felt just right to team the pencil skirt with a layer of boxy tops. I’m gonna need the cropped Proenza Schouler top in my wardrobe. You can’t see it on the picture but it has black buttons all the way down the back, which was such a cool detail. Underneath I wore a white sleeveless 3.1 Phillip Lim top and I really think the two tops compliment each other so well. The white top and the white clutch brings a lightness to the look making it perfect for summer.
See more from the Digital Style Summit – and what the other girls were wearing over at Harrods.com.
Photographer/Andrew Woffinden + Hair/Aveda + Makeup/Bobbi Brown.
Last month I was invited by Harrods to join their very first Digital Style Summit to celebrate the new Harrods of London collection. With seven of my favorite bloggers I was in the best company – and pampered like never before by Harrods. I was picked up by Porsche who took me to the 5-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel next to Hyde Park where I got the keys to my home-away-from-home for the next two days.
I’ll let the pictures below do the talking for what happened next…
Time to decide (and to try on) what to wear for next day’s shoot. We all had a big closet in our rooms with a selection of Harrods of London pieces and a bunch of other amazing items, which we and the stylists of Harrods had picked out a few days earlier. It was love at first sight when I spotted this Proenza Schouler top in my closet.
Later on we were picked up by Porsche and once again taken to Harrods, where we were served champagne and a lovely 3 course dinner. The cupcakes won my heart – and so did the Jo Malone scented candle.
Stay tuned for my final picture.