Goodness me, it’s been so long since I did one of these model love posts, but lately I’m returning to my blog-roots and that feels really good. One model that I could absolutely never miss on the blog – and who’s been on here before – is the fabulously colorful Chloe Nørgaard. Half American, half Danish (woohoo, proud Dane here!) she grew up in the states and became a tumblr style icon a few years back when she dyed her hair blue and everybody kinda went crazy. In interviews she seems like the most chill girl to be around and generally just like a creative and free spirit. Oh, and how could you not be happy when looking at such a colorful person? I definitely find it hard to stay blonde for a little while longer and not go My Little Pony on my hair.
Stalk her on instagram right here.
Sweet As Candy flower crown – second hand jumpsuit – H&M belt – eBay sandals – Romwe sunnies
Last fall I spotted this jumpsuit in Wasteland here in Copenhagen and kept coming back to look and fall more and more in love with it. I never got around to actually buying it since I had temporarily banned myself from shopping, but the bubblegum blue color was just so appealing and it fit like it was made for me. Anyway, Sofie started working in Wasteland and kept an eye on it for me. One day after a sleepover I stayed at Sofie’s while she was at work, and when she came home she told me that she had both good and bad news for me. I asked to hear the bad news first and she told me that my jumpsuit was gone. I can imagine the sadness on my face that stayed for a few seconds until Sofie continued: but the good news is, that I bought it for you! I was in awe. It was one of the sweetest gifts I had ever received and for that reason this piece of clothing is so precious to me.
Lately I’ve been completely obsessed with the idea of kimonos. Not the traditional Asian kimono, but the more modern day style that can be worn casual as everyday wear. I have been all over eBay and my usual favorite online stores to find the perfection selection but without any luck, until..
discovering Ark Clothing. They have the perfect selection of kimonos
in all the different lenghts, shapes, fabrics and prints you could ever want and imagine. I’m not sure if it’s the festival season that just started here or my slight love for 90’s looking outfits lately that have me obsessed, but my god, I want all of them.
What I love most about kimonos is their way of being really versatile. They can add that perfect touch of grungy-ness to your outfit or be super girly worn with creams, pastels and flowers in your hair. What I especially love is that they allow you to wear very minimal clothes during those really hot summer days – heeey Roskilde Festival, I’ll see you in six days – but without feeling too exposed. They act as a sort of comfortable cover-up and at the same time make your outfit look cool. Bonus.
I’ve picked out my favorites for you guys and now I just need to decide which one I should get and bring with me to Roskilde. All the kimonos range from £15 to £45 so there is definitely something for everyone – you can go check out the entire selection over at Ark Clothing
. Which one is your favorite? ♥
Vagabond shoes – vintage nightgown from Mie Maja’s great grandmother – DIY necklace – DIY glitter sunnies – 80’s Mickey Mouse scarf from Mie Maja’s childhood –
DIY glitter bag – 60’s magazines – The cat, Frk. Nilsson
Part two of the Malibu Barbie shoot we did in Mie Maja’s
new apartment this week. Love the dreamy sorroundings. The bed has little, fluffy clouds, lights and a dreamcatcher. So excited about staying there and having the place to myself from monday and almost a week forward – it’s gonna feel like a complete princess vacation. Also getting excited about raiding her wardrobe and making daily outfit posts for you guys. You will die
when you see all the treasures there is! ♥