Did you enjoy the great weather, lovelies? I wore this summery flamingo-bingo-coral-focused outfit: Transparent White Mesh Top from COS // "Too Too Hot" Nailpolish from Essie – a sizzling rich red / Lightweight Printed Layered Skirt from Hien Le // and I finally organized my bits and bobs with this extra small coral Kaleido Tray from Hay. Yay.
Who said dark songs don’t work on bright summer days? Listen to this, you sunny people – “Mountain Grave” from Anna von Hausswolffs wonderful album “Ceremony”.
My obsession for plywood is getting bigger every day. I mean, how cool is this gradient painted plywood cabinet from Swedish manufacturer How Are You (and all the other fantastic stuff like gradient cushions and type posters)?
Actually I’m not a fan of blogger campaigns but there’s a good reason why I’m following the calls – I’m writing this post today because I feel the urge to show my love and support for a wonderful online magazine: Flair Magazin. As you might already have heard the sad news that the print version of Flair has already been closed down. But there is still a chance for Flair Online to live on. Are you with me, lovelies? Then like, follow, twitter, watch and help saving this inspiring space. Thank you.
All mine, wohooo. Black Skinny Low Waist Jarod Jeans from IRO (comfy like yoga pants but way hotter of course) // White Atlantis Bikini from Weekday // Very soft Quilted Calf Leather iPhone Case from The Case Factory // Rounded Square Ring with 3 round Swarovski Crystals from Sabrina Dehoff // This volumes features selections from Viviane Sassen’s awardwinning series and campaigns – "In And Out Of Fashion" (a true must-have for every fan) // You don’t walk, no, you kind of FLOAT in these handmade sandals from Goldenponies // It’s finally peony-time, my favourite flowers.
Whoever the neat and tidy person living in this nice apartment might be – it’s definitely not me. Hehe. Find pictures here. Via Alvhem.
This mesmerizing eye poster adorns the Lily Dam Suite of the Story Hotel in Stockholm (great place to stay btw!) and has been haunting me since the first time I saw it. But unfortunately I didn’t have a clue who made it – until today, when I stumbled upon it on Wonderwall. It’s from Julia Hetta and is called “Private Eyes”. What an epic name for a boudoir print!