This is one of my favorite outfits of all time. I found the jeans in a vintage shop in September 2011, and I think it might be the garment I’ve used the most in the past six years. The Balenciaga jacket belongs to Lisa, and I think—if I’m not mistaken—it’s one of her many Ebay finds. It might actually be the perfect spring jacket, if you ask me.
And speaking of spring: the sun has been out all week here in Stockholm, and people are walking around with smiles on their faces. All that sunshine, and those happy people, makes me think about how fortunate and privilege some of us are. Just the fact that we live in a country where we don’t have to fear for the lives of our children..!
If you have some money to spare, I think you should donate it to UNHCR. There are so many people that need our help right now—whose whole existence has been turned up side down. I know I will.
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