Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

All of a sudden, it’s summer and “I have nothing to wear”. Obviously complete nonsense. But, what is it that makes season switches so confusing for ones little brain in terms of wardrobe? I don’t know. But I’ve been trying to really define what my essentials are; what pieces I return to summer after summer, and what, if anything, am I missing. One of my conclusions: no need to buy new fancy shoes or t-shirts, I will still choose my worn-out Vans and my T by Alexander Wang long-sleeves. And I love a good denim skirt. So I won’t any of those flowy flirty summer dresses that I all of a sudden want.
I do however feel like accessorizing. Good pieces are like art these days <3. I’m so very in love with with these three pieces: Above, one of my besties Lina is wearing a necklace from Kindred Black (it’s one-of-a-kind, but they have more like it that are amazing). Below: Ceramic necklace by Céline (I kind of love that it’s already repaired) and an amazing glass piece from Maryam Nassir Zadeh by Gennaro Pepe, read more about that collaboration here.


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