Vestiaire Collective

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So if you read my previous post I’m now determined to clean out and live with fewer clothes among other things.

I recently really started to think about who I am and really what my style is? I started to notice what items I constantly go back to and why some pieces, even though I love them, I never seem to carry.

For me a person who lives for fashion, I just love having beautiful things in my wardrobe, but I have also become a quite classic and minimal person so for some reason those colorful and maybe crazier pieces doesn’t really work with me anymore. And they now seem to be more of a burden as I feel bad getting rid of them but don’t like them so much anymore. First world problems I know.

Anyway, as I write this I realize there is only one thing to do, kill your darlings aka sell clothes you don’t wear anymore. So this is my goal for 2019, fewer clothes but only ending up with a wardrobe of good quality pieces that I truly love. To find those perfect pieces I’m gonna turn to my friend Vestiaire Collective, had a browse the other day and wow, you really can save money and get some good stuff there. If money was no issue I would click home those pieces above in a heartbeat!

Toteme T-shirt // Cartier Watch // Céline Vintage Bracelet


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Beach dreaming

Sandals from Sam Edelman, beach towel from Toteme and silk bag from The Row, perfect beach friends.

I'm a person who thinks about everything in the very detail. Like a beach towel, I become a bit obsessed with finding the right one for a perfect beach look. The Toteme one is definitely high up on the list, especially paired with The Row silk bag and the sandals from Sam Edelman above. Now all I need is a beach.



Sandals / Sam Edelman HERE , Bag / The Row HERE, Towel / Toteme HERE


Dear santa…

My Christmas look. Gold ring from House of Hennie, yellow knit from Ganni, trousers from Totême, bag from Attico, Satin heels from And Other Stories and lip balm from Rodin.

I'm really getting into Christmas spirit, London really goes all in when it comes to decorating so it's hard not to get the seasonal feeling.  I literally can't wait to go home to Sweden to celebrate a proper Christmas with my family. If I could choose I would look like this on Christmas/New Years, simple but not boring. And the best? All pieces can be worn separately in an everyday casual look, so no money wasted!

The perfect statement ring from House of Hennie, a beautiful yellow knit from Ganni, perfect suit trousers from Totême, the it-bag of the season from Attico, Satin heels from And Other Stories and finally the perfect everyday lip balm from Rodin.



Mood of summer in the city 2017



This week I picked up one of my favorite things I used to do when I lived back in Sweden (five years ago now?!), Yoga. I'm loving every second of it and it's really one of those things when you ask yourself- Why did I ever stop?

I do the classes before work, so naturally, I put my yoga tights on home before taking the tube and I must say, tights look pretty good. The Swedish brand Toteme founded by superstar Elin Kling do the coolest tights for an everyday wear. I would wear it with an oversized shirt or t-shirt and a pair of slingbacks or mules. So casual chic, perfect for a city girl like me.



Shoes/ Topshop HERE

Lipgloss/ Mac HERE

Tights/ Toteme HERE

Shirt/ And Other Stories HERE


Saved on Instagram – Some Monday inspiration


I love Instagram, that is just they way it is. I also love the fact that Instagram now allows you to save photos in a folder, perfect for an Instagram addict as myself who is constantly looking for inspiration. My last photos saved in my folder are the one above, a mix of fashion, decoration and art, just they way I like it.

Starting from top left, The stylist @linnhagglund apartment, My newfound Instagram obsession @mahyunmi style, my idol @irinalakicevic and her style, one of my favorite fashion brands @therow showing art (Man Ray; Needle and Thread, 1965)  and the brand @toteme headquarters in Stockholm.

A little bit of Monday inspiration!