I'm so lazy when it comes to innovative dressing
Stockholm is truly showing her best side this week! Sunlight, spring flowers and warm ocean winds. The other day I left my jacket in the office to grab some lunch, it feels like summer is around the corner.
This is a look that have worked for me the last five years, you’ll find proof here. High waisted jeans, a knitted sweater and flats. Either I don’t have any imagination (this is true, I’m so lazy when it comes to innovative dressing, I’m much more an old faithful kind of gal) or (and I like this thought more) this is something of a fallback outfit trough out time. The bag I bought three years back and it’s definitely one of the things in my wardrobe that I wanna keep forever.
Shirt, Filippa K. Sweater, Hunkydory. Jeans, Levi’s from Beyond retro. Shoes, Converse.
Bag, Givenchy. Sunglasses, Rayban. Watch, Rolex.
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