Its been a while now, I’ve been leaving trails of clues here and there and yesterday I shared what I have actually been up these past months. Although the caption wasn’t elaborating what this new path means, I though it would be a great opportunity to break it down for you here.
As the weather is slowly but surely getting warmer, the urge for leaving everything knitted gets higher. Transitional seasons can be fun, yet challenging at times. Fun because it means a new season is around the corner whilst the weather can vary.
For some reason, this sums up my current situation in life. But then one could argue that life is one big transition (okay, I’m not going too philosophical but bare with me for a second). The words ‘transition’
Last week I showed you a preview of how my I’m decorating my dinner table for Easter dinner. Lets just say that I got inspired to play more with HIMLA’s beautiful textiles and decided to throw something together that exemplified me more.
If you don’t have anything to say, don’t say anything at all. There are a few principles that I don’t compromise on, they’ve been practiced far too long and developed into a routine – a way of being.
The past weeks I have almost been hoarding white shirts, preferably with wide sleeves. A white shirt is classic staple, and what I love about the new silhuettes is the new spin its given.
No collection is complete without an amazing pair of statement sunglasses. Everyone should have a pair of statement shades to bring out when they’re feeling bold. Once in a while it’s fun to rock an eye-catching, fashion forward look and a great pair if statement shades can totally transform an outfit from drab to fab in an second.
With spring just around the corner it felt more than right to add a new piece to my bag collection. When choosing a new bag I usually think about a few thing before I make my move – after all, I want it to ba a piece that adds something different to the collection yet can grow old with.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and not recognised who person looking back is? It’s like one has been used to seeing something (or someone) that has changed over time and all of sudden, you wake up to the realisation that that old you is gone.
Tuesday can be a drag, thats why I’m giving you a chance to frown upside down with some colors.
Speaking of colors, colorblocking is one of the trends to count on this season as you can see – I have already given it a kickstart
Is it just me or does anything that hasent anything to with fashion week feel somewhat irrelevant?
If I had to wear one look for the rest of spring, this would probably be it. As the weather is (slooowly) getting warmer, I find myself inspired and filled with ideas I want to actualise. Don’t worry, you’ll have a seat at the first row (as if I’m doing a runway show
One of the issues with social media platforms are that it has given a place to hide behind screens…
As for the second look in the Colin.se feature, I wore a typical day-to-day uniform. A look that works like a charm, its chic and sophisticated while not compromising on the current trends.