Stockholm Fashion Week day two is a wrap. What a day! I started off with Nhu Duong, which immediately turned into my favourite show so far. I loved the interesting cuts! From Nhu Duong I went straight to Josefin Strid, which had kind of an androgynous feel to it, but in unusual rainbow colors. My favourite look was the lightblue pants and the see through boxy top.
My third show was Stylein, a show that I heard a lot of good words about, so I was kind of expecting a lot. They started off with a super cool movie and even though I wasn’t too excited about every single look, I definitely saw some pieces that I wouldn’t mind adding to my wardrobe…at all. I mean, have you seen that white jumpsuit? Oh my.
After Stylein, I run to the super gorgeous Nobis hotel for the intimate Dagmar presentation. You all know how much I can crave over some of their items sometimes and this presentation was no exception. I thought the all white look (with the jumper) was the best, but unfortunately I wasn’t able to take a proper photo of the full look.
I went to see Rützou, Ida Sjöstedt, then changed clothes, missed the V Avenue Shoe Repair show and managed to get at Riche in time for the Camilla Norrback presentation. My favourite out of these three was Camilla Norrback, even if it was a really small presentation with just a few looks. She made me curious to see the rest of the collection and I think that’s what counts at the end of all. I also got the change to exchange a few words with the designer herself, definitely an amazing opportunity.
Trying the denim suit again…this shirt has such a weird jean color that I can never find the perfect pair of jeans(shorts) to match or mismatch them with. I was kind of pleased with this combination though, so I decided to go for it and through on a simpel jacket to keep me warm when the sun was hiding behind the clouds. The sunglasses and red lips give it some sort of a seventies feel, something I didn’t really plan on, but works for me this time.
Zara blazer, denim shirt and shoes, vintage shorts, Erik & Emilia sunglasses.
I’m getting more and more excited for Stockholm Fashion Week every single day. I have never been so well prepared for a fashion week ever before. The only thing that I am still a little concerned about is how the hell I am supposed to pack everything that I might want to wear in one suitcase? (Also a little bit about the weather forecast, but I don’t really want to think about that.)
About the outfit, I have been wearing in-between outfits like this for a week now. I am sort of having a crush on jumpers at the moment. Jumpers with short shorts or skirts are the happily ever after marriage I tend to go for this summer.
Acne jumper, Style by Marina shirt, vintage shorts, Zara shoes and Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses.
Hello August and hello sun! Long time no see…how have you been? Please, please, please let August be better than July, because seriously the weather was terrible in Amsterdam (and as I heard in a lot of other countries in Europe).
About my look of the (yester)day, to start things off easily and get used to this warm weather again I decided to go all black and white. I’ve always been a huge fan of black and white looks, especially with black on top and white on the bottom, I don’t really know why. Maybe ’cause it’s more unusual (yet still casual) than the other way around?
Zara top, 7 For All Mankind shorts, Converse shoes and Yvonne Koné bracelets.
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.