This necklace from Efva Attling is probably the one item from my wardrobe I get the most questions and compliments about. Obviously the fact that I have been wearing it non-stop since I got it helps receiving more compliments than the items that get to see the sun only once in a while, but I think it is quite funny that something so tiny apparently gets the most attention.
Would be interesting – and quite obsessive – to count the amount of positive reactions per item per hour, no? See if this little bastard would still be the winner.
After wearing orange for a day – did we screw up that game or what – I decided to step into the comfort zone and spend my sunday celebrating our 3d anniversary and my dad’s birthday in the usual black, white and grey. I do not know what it is with me and the relationship I do not have with color, but it just works for me. (And I kind of blame it on the weather as well.)
Maison Martin Margiela jacket, COS t-shirt (boyfriend), Mango jeans and heels and Kurt Geiger bag.
As I stated before, I love to dig through my boyfriends pile of clothes every once in a while. Actually, I have been walking around in things from his wardrobe for the past few days every single day. There is just something about menswear that I am really drawn to. Something does not always have to be fitted to be sexy. As long as there is this female touch, whether that is found in the shoes – in my case – or in something as small as a red lipstick, you are good to go.
Selected shirt (boyfriend), Acne jeans, Zara shoes and Kurt Geiger bag.
This outfit really truly is typical me. My go-to outfit consists good pair of jeans, a nice top and a jacket and I am ready to go. I have recently re-discovered this longsleeve I bought about a year and a half ago and I can not understand why I have not worn it for such a long time. Maybe it is because I sold a lot of my old clothes during Queensday and I am therefor able to see what clothes I actually own again.
T by Alexander Wang top, Nowhere knit, Dr Denim jeans, Mango shoes and Rayban sunglasses.
afterDRK was created by Sabrina Meijer in 2009 with the intent of appealing to all fashion seekers, especially the ones that have a slight appreciation for simplicity, but always with some sort of edge.