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Sweater and skirt from H&M // converse from Zalando

Happy Weekend Peeps! Yesterday was Epiphany Eve in Sweden, Meaning holidays for everyone. I started my day with my usual morning ritual, if you don't know what that ritual is, check out my last post Here . I paired the Khaki set with white converse for a simple, fresh but chic look. Under the skirt I wore skin tights which will help in keeping me warm.
After running my day errands, I then prepared for some friends who where coming over for some drinks. We started drinking at 7pm, left for the club at 00:05 am, ended the night at 3am and it's only now that I've just woken up that I remember to post my outfit in hopes that it'll inspire someone. Let me know in the comment section below how you feel about the combo and how you spent you Friday night. I'd love to know what you did!

Laugh when you can, apologize when you should and let go of what you can't change.

Xoxo
Ngwi

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Sweater Here // Trousers Here // Converse Here

Good morning peeps! It's been a long tradition of mine to have tea at my balcony in the morning. Today while on my way out, I was surprised with a magical view,an all white earth colored by Snow. It was so beautiful, especially with my tea. The cold breeze and hot tea gave my body that feeling I can't explained. But it felt great. How was it for you waking up this morning? Anything special? Drop a comment below and let me know.

Laugh when you can, apologize when you should and let go of what you can't change!

Xoxo
Ngwi

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Hi peeps! I visited my mum in Fredrikstad, Norway during the weekend and was welcomed with a lot of surprises. I didn't only get to spend quality time with my family but also came back with lots of gifts. She bought me these shoes from Bianco, denim dress from H&M, gave me a jumpsuit from Oasis and did my hair. I don't have images of all the items yet and don't have the time to do that now but I will update this post soon so stay tuned.

Laugh when you can, apologize when you should and let go of what you can't change.

Xoxo

Ngwi

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Goodmorning peeps! If you've been following my blog lately, then you'd be wondering why I'm talking of first impressions of different cities. Recently I had a mini Europe tour, lol, and that's why I'm reviewing some of the cities I'd been to. 

Copenhagen was my second city and unlike my experience in the first city Frankfurt, Copenhagen was more promising. On arrival to Copenhagen, I was warmly welcomed with very friendly smiles and great service. I was impressed by their English, tolerance toward complaining, angry and confused tourists. 

For example, I happened to arrive Copenhagen without a bank card, unfortunately for me my uncle whom I was visiting couldn't pick me up from the train station and I couldn't pay my ticket to go meet him. What did I do? Well i went to the train office to explain. On my way back from there, I was stop by a lady asking questions about the service at the train office. She asked me about how I felt about the service, and I told her how I honestly felt. She understood me, and wished me good luck at finding a ticket to my uncle's. After walking around the train station a while, I bummed into her again, she asked how it's going and explained. She then asked me how much my ticket cost, I told her and she decided to buy me the ticket. That's how I reached my destination on that faithful day. 

The rest of my stay in Copenhagen was met with thesame kind of treatment. Which made me almost wish I had moved to Copenhagen. If you've been a tourist in Copenhagen like me please let me know how your first experience was. If you've never been there I hope this post inspires you to add it to your wunderlist.

Laugh when you can, apologize when you should and let go of what you can't change.

Xoxo

Ngwi

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