October 5, 2013

The Gray Sweater Dress

I got this dress recently and I think it kinda resembles the Acne knitted dress/sweater that I’ve been wanting for a long time now. So that’s out of my system at least. (obsessing over that Acne dress I mean).

Wearing:
Lindex beanie (similar one from Monki)
Lindex sunglasses (similars from Wonderland)
H&M bomber jacket
Acne scarf
Monki dress
Missoni for Lindex bag (similar one from Asos)
Bianco shoes (similars from Topshop)


September 30, 2013

Mirrored Sunglasses

I had a bit of a Johnny Cash day the other day so I decided so break it up with my blue mirrored sunglasses.

Wearing:
eBay beanie
eBay sunglasses
Zara sweater
Mango coat
Monki leather skirt (similar one from Marc Jacobs)
Mulberry bag (similar one from Zara)
Monki boots (similar ones from Asos)


September 25, 2013

How to Shorten a Skirt

Yesterday I wanted to shorten a skirt and I figured it would be a good idea to share the process with you. I am by no means an experienced seamstress but it’s always nice to know that if you want to make some small alterations to your clothing it doesn’t always have to be complicated and many things are actually really easy to do!

So I would say: don’t be afraid to try things out! It doesn’t always have to go perfect the first try (just like making videos as you can see in the bloopers ;)) but it’s a good feeling when you’re wearing something you DIYed!


September 20, 2013

North Amsterdam – Palladium Boots

When we were asked to make a video for Palladium featuring a pair of their boots we quickly thought of a good location to shoot it. The NDSM Werf in Amsterdam North has this perfect raw feel for urban explorers to it that Palladium boots are all about. So we took the camera and hopped on a ferry to cross the river. These boots must be the most comfortable boots I have ever worn!


September 10, 2013

How to Make a DIY Transparent Clutch

I’ve been coming across a lot of transparent clutches so why not make a DIY out of it 🙂 It’s really easy to do, hardly requires any skill and it only cost me about 10 Euros for supplies! Of course you can go as far and fancy with this as you want but this video shows the most basic form and I think the minimal look really works with this kind of clutch.

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  1. Lene
    Lene: You should! It is a super easy DIY :D
  2. Hannah: how do you fasten the clutch bag? is it a popper?xxx
  3. Lene
    Lene: Hi Hannah! I used a round top stud that screws shut :) Xx