Taking it easy on the more color resolution, huh? Well, I could have added another print of that kind, but it is always better to take things slow than to overwhelm ourselves. And so I did matchy-matchy and went for the safer option, a denim shirt. It is not much color, but at least it is some.
The first thing I learned as a kid when I started to wear jewelry was to never mix the metals. I kicked off my love for jewelry at the age of around 7, when my mom – who worked at a jeweler at that time – took home that crazy scary pistol to pierce my ears. Tiny little gold hoops it was for years and years and two super thin golden rings to match. That was until I was old enough to go shopping on my own and found out there was much bigger jewelry available. The bigger the better!
After experimenting with all kinds of colors and sizes of things to accessorize my fingers, wrists, ears and neck with, I came to the conclusion that less is kind of more. And also that it is ok – even cool – to mix the colors up. I now have a few things that I never take off (my earrings, two silver rings and a watch that changes from time to time) and add whatever I am in the mood for in the morning, regardless its color.
Rings from Senesense (3D printed!), Cooee and Tiffany & Co, watch from Juicy Couture and bracelets I designed for Maison de Bonneterie.
I was wearing a Hope jumper, jeans from Zara, shoes from Tommy Hilfiger and Juicy Couture watch.
Oh my, thank you so much for all the positive comments on the new design, it really means a LOT to me. So much actually that I decided to grab my grandma pants – to me they really are my party pants, simply because they are one of most exciting pairs I own – out of the closet to celebrate.
I am wearing trousers from Juicy Couture, a T by Alexander Wang top and Kurt Geiger heels.