I am back in LA battling jet-lag. I was sad to leave Sweden and it’s bitter sweet to be back. But as I got off my airport shuttle in Hollywood, breathed the heavy air and smiled at the jolly bums singing along to a boombox as I dragged my suitcases across the stars up Hollywood Blvd, I couldn’t help but feel at home I can’t believe how fast this trip went by.
This was my look for a night out with my LA girls/ex-roommates in Stockholm last week. I had not seen the girls since they moved back to Sweden a year ago, so we had a reunion dinner at a really nice Thai restaurant in Stockholm city. The food was delish and we had so much fun catching up and laughing at old memories from LA. I wore my favorite sporty
“Projection LA induces both an appearance and a disappearance; it revisits our existing landscape with new eyes and envisions the building’s surfaces as screens for the projection of our desires’, Lamouroux describes. ‘essentially the motel – an incarnation of impermanence and passage – remains closed. the lime wash adornment thus re-imagines the building as an architectural model transposed in an urban environment. impenetrable, it preserves the indetermination that nourishes our curiosity
I am all about the high waisted midi pencil skirts right now. This skirt length is so flattering for every body type and they are comfy too! This particular piece I was lucky enough to find on sale at H&M when I was in Sweden last time. It is from their “fancier” runway collection called Studio. This textured leather skirt is a statement piece in itself, so I paired it
One of my favorite trends right now are pastels, particularly this very pale blush colour. When styling a mono-cromatic look such as this one, I think that the trick is to play with different textures and slight variations of tone of the same shade. I put together this entire look from Zara when I was in Sweden. This sweater has a really fresh cut and its super cozy, in case