Outfit | Swing

25. January 2014
Fashion Landscape
Wearing: Cos Coat (similar ones here, here, here, and here) and Turtleneck, Zara Pants(the same here) and Pumps(alternatives here, here, here, here, and here), Ray-Ban Sunnies, and a Proenza Schouler Bag
One must wonder if a woman can really have too many shoes, bags, and coats. Recently, I added this Cos coat to my ever-growing coat collection and I am simply loving how long, stylish, and warm it is.
This time I went for an elegant and lady-like look, which is not something you see so often in this place, but I think it works.
Man muss sich fragen, ob eine Frau zu viele Taschen, Schuhe und auch Mäntel haben kann. Neulich habe ich diesen Mantel zu meiner wachsenden Kollektion hinzugefügt und ich liebe einfach wie lang, warm und stilvoll er ist.
Dieses Mal trage ich ihn auf einer eleganten und weiblichen Art, etwas, das man hier nicht oft sieht, aber ich glaube es funktioniert.
Puede una mujer tener demasiados zapatos, bolsos y abrigos? Lo dudo. Recientemente agregué este abrigo de Cos a mi colección que crece cada vez más y simplemente me encanta lo largo, calientito y estiloso que es.
Esta vez he optado por un look más elegante y femenino, algo que no veís mucho por aquí, pero creo que funciona.


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22 responses to “Outfit | Swing”

  1. melissa ward says:

    Amazing look …..

  2. Such a great styled outfit, love the pants with the long coat!

    Love Bodil,

  3. The Habit says:

    This combo is such a hit and I completely see why you had to get that coat. It’s really one of those pieces that you’re going to have forever and pairs up well with a bunch of stuff. Completely into how you styled it babe…but then again, that’s a given! 😉 You look stunning my friend!


  4. Gorgeous chic outfit, and those trousers are really good!

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  5. Q says:

    beautiful…. love the shape of the pants and the coat is perfection in simplistic chic… lovely outfit.x


  6. Looking gorgeous again, babe! Love those pants! And like I said, I love your blog as well 😉 Definitely in my top 20! 😀

    By the way, I just saw you in a Dutch magazine, Fashionista’s Blogazine. Did you already know about that? If not and you want to see it, just send me an e-mail and I’ll take a picture of it for you! 😀 I’m also featured, so we’re featured in the same magazine, yay!



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  7. Viktoria says:



  8. i feel such an idiot i returned those pants =(

  9. laura rogan says:

    Ridiculously perfect. I need those pants – so amazing!
    The Fashion Wonderland

  10. I am obsessed with this look, you look amazing



  11. Chrissabella says:

    Simply love it!

    Greetings from London,


  12. Oh my god! How do you do your amazing curls? Do you use a curler to do them? Let me know! 🙂

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