mandag 18. mai 2015

Cherry blossoms



Wearing Vintage Etsy jumper & jeans// Grenson Emma Brogues

The cherry blossoming is upon us in Bergen, and wow - it's so beautiful. Especially this place, in the tree where I'm sitting. It's standing all alone in a closed courtyard, and you'll only find it if you know where (or stumble upon it). Can you guess where it's at?

Pics by Martin Tuft Torvund

onsdag 13. mai 2015

Fluro accents


























Wearing Vintage jacket & skirt// River Island neon panel skirt// Lucrin briefcase// Grenson Brogues

Out and about browsing apartments with my boyfriend - I think it's about time to get our own place where I can decorate and paint like a madwoman. Also, I'd like to dedicate more space for my wardrobe, the clothes are like my babies after all!

Pics by Martin Tuft Torvund

lørdag 9. mai 2015

Combining blue and orange

 HM blue suede jacket// Simone Rocha leather brogues

I came across these stockings in Oslo a while ago, and I really like how they match my blue jacket. The tangerine shade of orange is wonderful. I'm also trying to soften up my semi-new Simone Rocha brogues, they are really narrow and painful to wear - so I hope they'll be worn in soon. It's saturday and I'm enjoying the sunshine, how will you spend your day off?

Pics by Karianne Drage

onsdag 6. mai 2015

Roksanda Ilincic Resort 2015


I'm in love with Roksanda Ilincic's resort collection for SS15. She's a genious, the way she uses space and colors intrigues me every time, and I'll easily name her one of my favourite designers.

Via Style.com

søndag 3. mai 2015

New additions for my spring wardrobe, and some tips on choosing your seasonal palette


Vintage Levis and vintage gloves from Etsy

I've put quite a lot of planning into my spring wardrobe this year, and I've decided to go with a palette consisting of lemon, lilac and frosty blue - and white loafers which I'll show you later. When I plan a season (or try to), I like to use Adobe Kuler, or Adobe color CC which it's now called. This program guides you on how to play with colors, whether it's monochrome, complimentary or triade.



This is an example of how I create and save palettes for each season. If you'd like to try for yourself, see Adobe color CC here: 

søndag 26. april 2015

New spring jacket


Suede jacket: HM/ Dress: HM/ Backpack: FoA

Found this beautiful jacket at the salesrack in Oslo. Sometimes H&M really makes some special things I think. I had two boxes that needed to be ticked for the perfect spring coat; 1. blue, 2. short. Voilà!

Pic by Martin Tuft Torvund

lørdag 18. april 2015

New designer crush: Novis

I really really like Novis playful shapes and prints. The colorpalette for AW15 is beautiful, and eventhough I should be checking out summer/spring garments - I'm definitely a winter fashion type of girl, who will be keeping her eyes on Novis for next season!

søndag 12. april 2015

Coral eyeliner




Eyeshadow: Inglot// Lipstick Illamasqua

Came up with this look whilst applying makeup today. It's when you have time off you get creative!

onsdag 8. april 2015

Style inspiration: UK blogger Helena from Bellsfashion

Unfortunately it's not very often you stumble across something truly unique in the blogosphere. Many bloggers tend to look a like, and often new bloggers copy established bloggers to get followers. People tend to follow what they know, and it can be tricky to get outside ones comfort zone - both as a blogger and a reader. 

I like to think of blogs the way they were originally intended to be; an objective - a non influenced diary or creative outlet. That's the feeling I got when I stumbled across Helena's blog - a fresh breath of uniqueness. 

Have a look at her amazing outfits at http://bellsfashion.blogspot.be/  


søndag 5. april 2015

My very first selfmade dress!





I've spent the past 14 days constructing this dress, and I've invested a massive amount of hours in it. It's very time consuming learning yourself to sew via YouTube! Every single time I second guessed myself I had to see whether there was a video with the correct solution. Usually the only way you'll ever learn to sew is by failing - again and again and AGAIN. Which I did so many times. I even made this dress two times in a different fabric before I made it in this fabric, which I bought in Paris. I just didn't trust myself enough to start of with the finest fabric - thank god I had that much insight!

Either way, I'm planning on sewing a lot this year - there will be more exciting garments soon!

Pics by Martin Tuft Torvund


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