How to do fall right!

Hello again!

We’ve got chilly mornings and shorter evenings and to my own surprise I’m actually really liking this change, I never thought I would gladly dismiss summer this year but I’m here for some slow cooking food and hot chocolate.

I’ve thrifted this new blazer this month, of course it’s an oversize gentlemen blazer, my heart doesn’t beat for any other types of blazers. The more I can imagine my grandfather wear it the better. I’m still quite happy to wear colours I don’t think my romance in that direction will fade in the nearest future though I always get to love monochrome and neutral outfits slightly more in the autumn/winter season. My lilac shirt and petroleum socks makes the outfit pop in my opinion, I adore those two colours together.

Speaking of colours I would like to encourage you to use more colour in your everyday life, which has got me inspired to do a week in vintage dresses. Vintage dresses are often very colourful the same applies to this blue number, it’s a true eighties dress, I really like to style it up for nights out but I  frequently style it up for days at the university as well. 

I’ve just bought the most beautiful vintage hybrid of a coat and a blazer from one of my favorite secondhand shops in Copenhagen, why I can’t promise you will only get to see vintage dresses this week, I just can’t wait to style it up – keep an eye on my insta stories.

Now, this time of the year is my favourite time to shop vintage, you’ll still find dreamy dresses and the pants and blazers are so good right now.

If you’re lucky to visit Copenhagen this fall, here are just some of the vintage shops you have step by:

@osv_secondhand@kbhkvintage@verasvintagedk

Au revoir and see you soon!

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