Stockholm Day 1

Wow, our hotel couldn’t be any cuter or yummier. They serve amazing food and even better cocktails, which went down in the doubles. When in Rome… 🙂

I decided to head to a cafe to get some work done and snapped a few pictures along the way.
As you know I have worn this vintage fur coat all winter so of course it had to come with me on my travels. Good thing too because it has been quite cold over here.
The great thing about investing in pieces like this fur coat is their longevity. Sometimes it is hard to splurge a large amount of money on one purchase but you will end up getting your money’s worth for years to come. Promise.
Vintage coat, Equipment top, zara scarf, exact 3.1 Philip Lim bag, Endless booties

Glassworks London Send-Off

The time has come that I have to say good-bye to London. I loved my time here and have been trying to convince my boyfriend every night that it would be “an amazing place to live.”  On our last night Glassworks threw us an amazing send-off where we were able to mingle with bloggers 5 Inch and Up and The Fashion Guitar as well as scour racks of amazing clothes all while sipping on French Martini’s.

As I say adios to one amazing city I am off to another, Stockholm. Funny enough the day I leave London it stops raining. Oh well, I still love you no matter what weather  you gave me.

Asos Aztec jacket, Anthropologie shirt, c/o BCBGeneration necklacepsssst: use this to get your own ballerina bun

London Home

Since I was planning on taking pictures at my meeting this morning, which was cancelled, I decided to show you the intricate details of where I have been staying in London. Like I said here, I have been staying with my boyfriend sister in a beautiful flat in South Kensington. The area is carefully crafted with ornate details around every corner. I find myself happily getting lost and choosing the tube station furthest away just so I can take it all in. I don’t know if it is the oversized knob I have to turn to get into her flat or the black and white checkered stairs leading to her front door or even the slight breeze from the half-opened windows but I am overwhelmed with contentment here. Whatever it is I will be terribly sad to leave it tomorrow.

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