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I took some quick style snaps on the first day of Way out West before my camera died, and after going through them I already miss the fun and quirky styles that were present during the weekend. Festivals have become a melting pot of styles and cultures, which is what makes them so much fun. I love seeing all the creative looks and eye catching details at festivals, and I think Way out West is a perfect balance between Scandinavian chic and eclectic expression. I can't wait until my next festival, and I'm already dreaming about the many outfits I'd wear.

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All images from Supreme , edit by me

After the success and crazy demand for the Supreme x Louis Vuitton collection, it is not news that Supreme has become one of the most talked about brands this year. The brand that began as a small skate label has grown immensely, and has gained a huge following in the street wear community. The brand, famous for its Barbara Krueger inspired red logo, has always stayed true to its roots, and now the brand is back with a full fall/winter 2017 collection. To be completely honest, I've never been a huge fan of Supreme. I do like the box logo t-shirts and hoodies, and I enjoy the brand itself, but I haven't bought much from the label. With that said, I looked at the upcoming collection that is releasing on August 24th, and I really enjoy it.

Not only is the collection filled with eye-catching statement pieces like the money suit, but also fun and classic pieces like the hats and fanny packs. With a bit of luck I'm hoping that I'll be able to cop something fun from the collection, but I won't get my hopes up as the brand quickly sells out and the demand is crazy high.

If you want to check out the whole collection, you can do so HERE .

What piece would you cop if you had the chance? Let me know in the comments x

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It is no secret that Scandinavian style is always spot on trend, and the street snaps from Copenhagen Fashion Week prove that Scandinavians really know how to dress. After looking at the street style, I noticed that colour was a theme throughout the week. Not only are pops of colour prominent, but also head-to-toe matching outfits in bright, popping colours. I've always been wearing a lot of black, but seeing these beautiful looks make me want to dress in all the colours of the rainbow.

There's a fine line between looking crazy and chic when it comes to colour, and I think that these looks completely nailed it. I'll definitely be watching this trend, and perhaps even updating my wardrobe with one or two pops of colour.

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In Focus

All images from Pinterest

I've always been the kind of person that wears the same set of earrings for months and months without switching it up, but lately I've really been digging statement earrings like the ones above. I really like the geometric contrast they bring to any outfit, and an eye catching detail is always fun and stands out in a crowd. I'm definitely going to be on the lookout for a simple silver earring that I can wear on the daily, let me know if you have any suggestions on where to look in the comments! x

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( Hoodie - Vetements / Dungarees - Monki/ Shoes - Dr. Martens / Hat - Balenciaga / Bag - Gucci )

Third day brought rain, rain and more rain. We took the outfit pictures when it wasn't raining, but once the sky opened up and it started pouring everything turned miserable within seconds. Rain ponchos were a must, and navigating through the thick mud brought true festival vibes, because it isn't a festival without rain.

Sweden is great when the sun is out, but once the sunshine is gone it gets very cold. With this in mind, I got dressed in comfortable, warm clothing that were absolutely perfect for the cold and rainy day. I recently bought these black dungarees from Monki, and I'm completely in love. They're perfect festival wear, but also work on a day to day basis. I got two sizes bigger than my usual size to get a nice, oversize fit, but I also think fitted overalls are incredibly cool.

Now that I've shared my outfits from the three days of the festival, I would love to know which one you loved the most! Leave a comment below x



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Outfits

( Sweater - Weekday / Pants - Vetements x Champion / Hat - Balenciaga / Shoes - Dr. Martens / Bag - Gucci )

The second day of the festival brought more sunshine and great weather, but once the clouds blocked the sun, it quickly got cold. I threw on this comfortable yet stylish outfit, and I felt festival chic while staying warm and cozy throughout the day. I was also photographed by WGSN, which was so exciting and I really hope that they will be posting the images on their website.

Day two was probably my favourite day, even though I wasn't familiar with all the music. We watched sets by Vince Staples, Mac DeMarco, Major Lazer etc. and danced for hours! I had such a good time, and I'll be reliving these moments forever. I'll be sharing the last outfit pictures tomorrow, so make sure you check back here to see it! x


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Inspiration

Perhaps it is the weather becoming colder and colder here in Sweden, but all of a sudden I'm dreaming of fall. Cozying up in a huge sweatshirt or hoodie, wearing boots and beanines, and wearing fall colours all sound dreamier than ever, so I decided to put together a little collage of my fall wants.

Hong Kong barely gets cold, so it doesn't seem realistic to be buying fall clothes, but still. The two months where the weather is below 20 degrees are when the jackets and hoodies come out to play, and I'm beyond excited.

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( Tanktop - H&M / Trousers - H&M (mens) / Belt - OFF-WHITE / Shoes - Dr. Martents / Shades - Acne Studios / Bag - Gucci / Necklace - Yasar Aydin)

Day one of the festival gave us beautiful weather and sunshine, which was very much appreciated as weather can be slightly unpredictable here in Sweden. I wore an all black outfit with yellow as an accent colour, and I thought it was the perfect outfit to start off the festival. I've been obsessed with my yellow Acne shades, and I think they go so well with the belt. A match made in heaven to say the least. As for shoes and bag, I went with the most practical option. Dr. Martens are the must-have festival shoes, and these all black ones were perfect for a weekend with sunshine and rain. The backpack is the same one I always use. It fits my camera and a sweater, which is all that's needed for a full day at the festival.

The first day of the festival brought performances from Migos, Young Thug, Flume and Frank Ocean. It was the perfect way to start the weekend, but more about that to come in another post! Stay tuned to get the full rundown of the weekend, as well as outfits from day 2 and 3! x

What would you wear to a festival? Let me know in the comments! x

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What a weekend. Just checking in here on the blog, I know it's been a bit quiet this week but I've gotten a lot of content this week that I can't wait to share with you guys! Here are some quick snaps from the weekend! Enjoy x

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Outfits

Shades - Acne Studios / Shirt - Alexander Wang / Shorts - Alexander Wang / Shoes - Màrsell

The weather this weekend was gloomy and grey, and on days like these I never feel inspired to get dressed in the morning. I usually opt for something comfortable yet stylish, and this look is perfect for a rainy day. A long shirt paired with thin tights and boots is a fool-proof look, and the yellow sunglasses add a fun pop of colour that make the outfit a lot more interesting. A simple, yet great outfit really! Will definitely be going for more looks like this one.

What is your go-to look for a rainy day?

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