To name just one of the many reasons why I have been a long time fan of British, Swiss-made Larsson Jennings watches, which just lanched their new website, is that despite their luxurious design, they are easily wearable. The fact that I already own 3 Larsson Jennings watches (rose gold, silver/white, silver/black for different jewelry and outfit colors), which I wear on a daily basis is a testament of my love of the brand. Not only can you wear them to formal events, but you can also wear them for work as well as with casual outfits. In fact, these watches will add elegance to any look. Their sleek, minimalistic designs will finish any outfit and make you look polished.
You name it: elegant, edgy, sporty, relaxed, or laid-back, every outfit will become elevated with Larsson Jennings different models and designs.
Take a look at their different watches and their new beautiful Norse collection here and scroll down to see proof of how easy it is to wear them in everyday life.
Wearing: Acler Cambridge Cold Shoulder Blouse c/o Acler, Weekday Wide Leg Pants (shop similar here and here), Maison Martin Margiela Sandals (old but similar here, hereand here), Kurt Geiger Bag c/o Kurt Geiger, and CélineSunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses
Wearing: Nike Roshe RunSneakers, H&M + DIY Ripped Jeans (shop similar here), Blk Dnm Leather Biker Jacket, SET Linen T-Shirt c/o SET (find similar on sale here), Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses, and a Saint Laurent Bag (alternative here)
Paperbag trousers are going to be a huge trend this and next season. If you are thinking about how to wear this kind of pants, pairing them with an off the shoulder blouse is a no-brainer. The key is to keep the top part tight to the body or at least slim. To that add flat sandals and a printed silk scarf and you are ready to go.
While I never ever post 2 editorials within the same week, this one is too amazing not to share right away. I can’t decide what I love more: the styling, the photography, or the clothes, but why not have it all?
The proportion play, the volumes, the layering, the silhouettes, the details, accessories, the clean lines, the cut of the clothes, I am obsessed with everything about this editorial. This is exactly what describes what I consider minimal luxe aesthetics.
Long time no interior post. But today I decided to make it all about that, since it is the best day of the week for inspiration. Today’s post is very opportune for Sunday, since it’s all about creating relaxing spaces at your home. Nooks are basically an oasis, a little comfortable niche, a mini vacation at your own place, or simply a place where you can go read and take a break from everything.
The best thing about it? You don’t need a house in Santorini or a million bucks to create it. In fact, you can create it from stuff you already own or you can DIY. From hammocks to swings, from an Ikea chest of drawers to palettes or wooden boxes, you can use anything as a seat for your special place at home. You can even just use a small mattress or extra large pillows to create it. However, you will need a bit of space for it, preferrably near a window or in the space below the ladder, but it can also be in your attic. To finish it, you only need a cozy blanket, a considerable amount of pillows with fun geometric prints, a faux fur throw, a lantern or candles, a rug, a small side table for books and drinks, and a poster or print to finish creating an atmosphere or mood. Personally, I adore the idea of decorating a nook wall with a light box. Optional: If you have a small wall area for shelves or even space for a whole book shelf, that’s a big plus.
Scroll down to see some major nook eye candy and copy worthy examples of cozy corners you can recreate for your home.
Wearing: Filippa K Bomber Jacket c/o Filippa K (shop similar here and here), Mansur Gavriel Bucket Bag, One Teaspoon Ripped Boyfriend Jeans, Set Linen T-Shirt c/o Set (shop similar here), Acne Studios Adriana Sneakers, Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses, and a Larsson & JenningsWatch c/o Larsson & Jennings
During our 5 night and 6 day stay last week in Paris, we tried to explore and immerse ourselves to the maximum in this amazingly beautiful city. Unfortunately, it was not possible for us to visit everything we wanted, including Versailles, more art museums, palaces, operas, and key contemporary architecture works like Frank Gehry’s Louis Vouitton Foundation. However, we will hopefully continue our adventures in Paris in the near future. But more of that in another ocassion.
Nevertheless, if you are visiting Paris for the first time, this is the place for you. Scroll down below to see a summary of basic sightseeing, an architecture, art, and culture guide of the city, including our favorite restaurants, cafés, and bakeries we visited.