This navy v-neck works with pretty much everything.
Days when nothing seems to fit I always find comfort in my classic garments. This navy v-neck works with pretty much everything. White jeans on the other hand… they require timing. They pair up best with warm weather, sunshine and a dog sitter.
So this week started out pretty much upside down. Got home from Cape Town with five hundred deadlines and the same amount of emails waiting for me. Since I have Stockholm’s best hair dresser, I trusted him to cut most of my Hermione Granger hair off, I’ll show you a photo later. (As it turns out, both Lisa and I have a bit of a crush on our hair dresser. One of us even might have even lied to him about her age, by accident of course, haha. She will blame it on her half-deafness, ok?) Coloured some of the hair pink, by accident, long story. Spent five minute as a blonde before I freaked out and made my colorist (God bless her) change it back to light brown.
The past two weeks have been all about work, styling for shoots, trying to get the new design for the site to come together. Do you guys like it??
I really want to make Make it last the best source of inspiration for sustainable fashion.
V-neck, Filippa K. Trousers, Acne Studios. Sandals, K.Jacques. Watch, vintage Rolex.
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