H&M hat – Nelly faux fur vest – Vintage jumpsuit – thrifted belt – thrifted bag – Nelly heels – Holy Malice sunnies
Hey guys, hope everyone is doing well! Earlier in September while visiting my grandmother in southern Jutland where I’m from we went to this unexpectedly amazing secondhand shop were I found so many treasures. Amongst these treasures were this jumpsuit that I assume is handmade and that is also one of my favorite secondhand finds of all time. The feel of it, from the clashing fabrics to the flowy legs, is perfect for fall. Paired with a big floppy hat, a belt and some kind of faux fur – it really is a perfect fall outfit for me. I’m going back to visit her again next week, so another trip to the secondhand shop has already been planned. The month of October is gonna be crazy busy for me, but hopefully I should be back with another outfit soon.
Pearl London lace dress – Motel shorts – NLY Shoes metal heel boots – NLY Shoes faux suede pumps – Ax Paris kimono – Motel daisy crop top
Just placed a little order on nelly.com for some new work clothes, cause as you guys know, I recently started working for Makeup Forever and since we have to wear all black I thought it would be okay to stock up on some new items. I’ll make the lace dress more casual by pairing it with black tights and boots for an everyday look and the rest of the items are just nice basics to mix and match with stuff I already have in my wardrobe + some more basic items on their way from eBay. The daisy top isn’t really suitable for work, but I love daisies, Motel and it was only $12 so I couldn’t resist. I’m getting so excited about fall fashion and hiding in big faux fur coats, loads of layers and deep fall colors. You guys feel the same?
Last week I received these white plastic sandals in the mail. I have been slightly obsessed with chunky shoes, especially in white, and since I needed a practical and causal pair for every day wear I decided to go with these juju jellies-looking ones from eBay. The kitchyness of them really appeals to me, but the crisp white color takes them away from that 90’s feel you got from wearing similar ones as a kid and make them look more modern. They have been super comfortable to walk around in, but I’m afraid they wont survive Roskilde Festival, so it’s a good thing they are more than affordable on eBay. I might just have to grab a pair in black too. And maybe pale pink.. with glitter.
Wildfox shirt – vintage skirt – Jeffrey Campbell Spiked Damsels – eBay earrings – mixed rings
This outfit has all the perfect elements for me right now. A slouchy and sheer shirt, a loose fitting high-waisted skirt and tall wedges. Not to mention that I’m currently living in this Wildfox piece, it’s too comfy to ever want to take off. I’m surprised by my new Jeffrey Campbell shoes as well, even being two sizes too big, they are still so perfect to walk in. I don’t know how exactly, but I’m pretty sure my feet has shrunk a little bit. How can this happen, guys? Anyway, still loving my black hair, that sort of look more like dark purple/red right now.
All photos by Rebecca Bregnum
I may or may not have gone a bit overboard with my eBay and etsy shopping lately, but I have very valid excuses for once. Also it’s been forever since I did one of these eBay shopping updates, so I thought now would be a good time to start again. I’ve tried to link to everything, but since some of these items – like the Jeffrey Campbell shoes and Wildfox clothing – were one of a kind items I won, I’ve just linked you guys to the specific sellers.
I’ve officially banned myself from shopping until next month, cause we really just can’t risk becoming eBay addicts, right? So my watch-list is getting longer and longer and in reality I should just log off the internet so I won’t be tempted. Did you guys find any interesting treasures on eBay lately?