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As I enter my last ‘official’ week at the University before I (finally!) get to focus on other things, I’m already fantasizing about what I’ll be doing next. As you may now, I’ve been talking about wanting to travel the world for so, so long and I’m really hoping I get the opportunity to do exactly that in the upcoming weeks/months. Dreaming of upcoming travels made me dig into my computer a little and I found these pictures of this look I wore in Paris the other day. I just love the casual fit of a crisp white blouse. Notice how the one I’m wearing has these gorgeous (although they are small) ‘bell’ sleeves, which are really trendy right now. It really is ‘all about the details.’ The entire look is quite the casual kind, but I felt like the boots and blouse gave it a more sophisticated touch. Growing up my mother always used to say that ‘less is more’ and although I believe in some cases ‘more can be more’ (prints on prints!), I think this quote applies quite well to this type of look. Sometimes you just don’t need a whole lot to make a look pop. So which quote reflects your style best? Let me know in the comment sections below. Happy weekend! Love! S.
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Dreaming of upcoming things

As I enter my last ‘official’ week at the University before I (finally!) get to focus on other things, I’m already fantasizing about what I’ll be doing next. As you may now, I’ve been talking about wanting to travel…

Paris look 2 wearing Paige denim mödstrom and LK benett during PFW
Fashion Travel

Sophisticated Suede

Although you usually find me wearing lots of blacks and navy blues, this time I figured it was time for something else. We shot this look last weekend in Paris and this brownish suede outfit was exactly what I wanted…

Where to sleep when you are visiting Lisbon
Lifestyle Travel

The House of Love in Lisbon

During our visit to Lisbon we stayed at Casa Amora. A wonderful guest house/ bed & breakfast that stole my heart the moment I walked in. When I found these great pictures of Casa Amora on my camera’s memory-card I…