Thrifted top – Vintage jacket – Asos skirt – Thrifted silk heels – Bag bought on Lanzarote
Hey guys, I’m hanging out with my littlebrother on Ærø which is a tiny island here in Denmark where he live and study. We’ve been watching a ton of movies, had nachos probably five times and walked around looking at the cute little houses. Tonight we’re going out with a few of his friends, so if you wanna have a look at what we’re up to add me on snapchat at salinesimon.
This outfit is nothing new, all the items except my bag are old. Bought this skirt on Asos ages ago and it’s perfect combined with my favorite vintage leather jacket for these early spring days. The top and silk heels are both thrifted. Have a lovely weekend ♥
Today’s outfit is super chill, comfy and practical. I went for a laser treatment at noon and afterwards met up with Sofie to hang out, eat dinner and catch up. We also gave her a much needed haircut and she did my makeup so we could shoot these quick photos. The bag – which can be used as a clutch but also have a strap for the shoulder – is the only real thing I brought back from Lanzarote. I saw it in a shop while walking back from dinner and drinks one night and fell in love with it. Kenneth bought it for me and I’ve been carrying it with me everyday since. The watch is also brand new, but I’ll post about that soon.
*this was actually from monday, but I’ve been super busy ever since haha. I’m cuddling up in bed with a movie, pizza and my computer. Kenneth is out celebrating his friend’s birthday and I’m going to a fetish party (a little intimidated about that haha!) tomorrow night with a friend. I’ll see if I can snap some photos of my outfit ♥
I just sat down in the train after a week visiting my family in Jutland and now have a few hours ahead of me before I’ll be back in Copenhagen again. Very very excited about seeing Kenneth cause I’ve missed him so muuuuch. Well, I’m completely overwhelmed by all the love and support you guys have given me since I posted this video last night. It’s been an ocean of supporting messages, heartwarming comments and I’ve been smiling all day after I woke up reading all you guys’ messages – currently the post on facebook has been viewed roughly 30.000 times which is kinda cray. It’s just been a day since going public with this, but I already have the best feelings about what’s to come ♥
Kenneth and I just came back from one week on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, which is probably the prettiest place I have ever been in my entire life. Also, it was our first holiday together, so that probably added to the magical feeling as well haha. As you guys know we live in Scandinavia and the winters here are long and cold. It was the perfect time to get away just before spring kicks in here. We had around 21-23 degrees most days and were able to tan, swim in the ocean and wear lighter clothes.
We stayed at Blue Sea Hotel in Puerto del Carmen. The hotel was in the older part of town, but only a twenty minute stroll to the newer part of town with restaurants, bars, and shopping all located on the beachfront. We also spent a day in the capital Arrecife and two days in Playa Blanca (which is literally Paradise on earth) swimming in the crystal clear water and chilling on the golden sand. I can definitely imagine going back to Lanzarote and the Canary Islands again some day. However our next trip is to Gumbet, Turkey in September with Kenneth’s family and I’m very excited about that too.
I’m off from work today, so just wanted to check in and share these photos with you guys. Gonna have a look at the video clips i filmed during the holiday and see if it’s worth anything. Much love! ?
Around two months ago I decided that I needed a little hair change – as I always do – dyed my hair orange and chopped off my long bangs. It’s been fun, but as usual I’m about to go back to my lovely pastels. There’s just one more 80’s work look involving crimped hair and Whitney Houston makeup that must happen next week before getting back to basics. So, I thought I would share my orange hair tips before saying goodbye.
Orange is fun. Constant redying, is not. I started out with Direction’s Apricot which looked cool, but lasted approximately one hair wash. Do not recommend. Next I mixed Direction’s Mandarin with a tiny blop of Bright Daffodil. Cool color, better longevity, pretty bad fading. Boo. However, the orange that has worked best for me has been Napalm Orange from Special Effects. The color starts out a dark, neon red-ish orange that almost hurts to look at (picture six) and fades into a nice, intense yellow based orange (picture five) that after five hair washes still doesn’t need any touching up. Very pleased with Special Effects as always and will keep using their hair dyes for my next adventure. Talking about that, please say a little prayer to the hair gods for me so my hair will go blonde without any nasty stains when I bleach it next week..