Style: the last summer look.

Sep 4, 2017 | 3 comments

T-shirt – Only (old) / lace cami – Cream / skirt – vintage from Amsterdam / sneaks – & Other Stories / bag – Marc by Marc Jacobs / sunnies – Ray Ban

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/ Okay, if it’s actually the last summer outfit this year, you’ll never know for sure. Even though the calendar is now writing September, the weather has been a bit odd here in Denmark. Nevertheless, I think don’t feel the sun warming that much anymore, and it is actually cold in the morning when we walk the dog. Fall is coming our way!

Okay, om det rent faktisk ER det sidste sommer outfit for i år ved man jo aldrig med sikkerhed. Selvom kalenderen nu skriver September, så har vejret været lidt skørt herhjemme i Danmark. Ikke desto mindre synes jeg godt man kan mærke, at solen ikke brænder helt ligeså meget igennem mere, og det er decideret koldt om morgenen når vi er ude og gå med hunden. Så efteråret ér på vej!

/ This outfit was (like many of my other looks, ahem…) inspired by my absolute style icon Anine Bing (more specifically, THIS look). I felt very chic and summer-appropriate in it, in my very own colorless and timeless way, haha! I have been wearing my lace cami on top of other tops this way all summer. I also styled it on top of striped blouses, which I also think looks super cool.

Dette outfit er (som mange af mine andre looks, ahem…) inspireret af mit absolutte stil-ikon Anine Bing (nærmere betegnet DETTE look). Jeg følte mig meget chic og sommeragtig i det, på min helt egen farveløse og tidløse måde, haha! Jeg ar været vld med, at bære min blonde top uden på andre toppe på denne måde hele sommeren. Jeg har også brugt den flittigt ovenpå stribede bluser, hvilket jeg også synes ser super cool ud.

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    • signeh24

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