Top: Gina Tricot (in stores soon!), T-shirt & jeans: Weekday, Shoes: Mango, Necklace: Celine, Earrings: Jane Kønig

This top can be used in so many ways. It looks good with a simple white t-shirt as well as a pretty bra or just a spaghetti top underneath! I would also try to put it on top of a black turtle-neck...

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Origins recently launched their new skin care series "Original Skin". I was so lucky to be gifted these products, and have now been testing these products for a couple of weeks.

As always, Origins deliver on smell. These products smell like flowers and the consistency is light. I tried the "cleansing make-up removing jelly", but this was actually my least favourite product. It did not remove my make-up entirely and made me feel like I always had some make-up left after cleansing. I was a bit ambivalent to the matte moisturiser... I really like using it because of the "tightening" effect, but during winter I feel like there is not enough moist for my skin. However, I think this will be a favourite during summer!

Now on to one of my favourite products. The retexturing mask is energising, it smells good, it has that texture that makes it feel like you get a good facial scrub as well as a deep working mask. My skin feels so good after using this, and I usually use this twice a week.

Over to my ABSOLUTE favourite product: the pore perfect cooling primer. This turns my face into a perfect canvas for the rest of my make-up. I never really wore primer until I tested this one, and I'm now addicted. It has a cooling effect on the skin, which really works wonders on puffy skin as well as giving a "tightening" feel. My make-up lasts longer and I feel like I get a more even result. 10/10 points on this product!

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Before leaving for fashion week, I was so lucky to borrow this amazing knit from IBEN. The knit is oversized, warm and chunky and it has an amazing story behind it...

The cardigan is knitted by women in prison, in collaboration with IBEN. The yarns used in this sweater is by a Norwegian producer, and has a high quality. It comes in blue and yellow.

I styled mine with a plain white t-shirt and jeans, and to spice it up I wore light blue boots!

Sweater: IBEN, T-shirt: H&M, Jeans: Weekday (The model is called Voyage), Shoes: Zara, Bag: Celine braided net & Loewe clutch.

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After fashion week, I decided to spend some days visiting old and new favourites in Copenhagen! I discovered some places that deserves to be in my guide. Keep reading to see what places to visit next time you're in Copenhagen...

Værnedamsvej

Biggest regret was not spending more time in Vesterbro! I imagine that Værnedamsvej must look like Paris during spring. There are so many good cafés and restaurants on this street, as well as the cutest Aesop store as well as a florist!

Drinks 

I am really disappointed... that this didn't exist while I lived 2!! blocks away. They have amazing drinks, GREAT interior and is the perfect place for a girls night out or for going out on a weekend. We went to a blog-event here on Thursday and it was so pretty I had to go back for drinks on Saturday.

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Me and Maren Schia captured by Angelina.

Right this moment I'm lying flat out on the coach, with a face mask and Grey's Anatomy on the TV. Both fashion week in Oslo and Copenhagen was a lot of fun, and drew a lot of energy. It was such a kick watching the models wearing next season items, and so exiting to see so many stylish people outside the shows.

Photo by Bryndis Thorsteins Thorsteins

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Wearing top from Silvah Teh , jeans from Weekday and shoes from Zara. 

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On Black Friday I purchased a pair of white vinyl, over-the-knee, high-heeled pair of shoes. As my mom described them: sailor girl 60's shoes. When they first arrived with my friend from Edinburgh (You know who you are, I'm forever grateful!) I thought for a second: this was a mistake. Turns out the mistake was that I didn't purchase more than one pair.

Photo of my running feet by Angelina Ilmast.

Oslo Runway spread out from Friday and Saturday through Sunday. Given that it was fashion week, it gave me the opportunity to let my creativity run loose! This is how I styled my sailor girl boots from River Island in 3 outfits.

Photo captured by Adam Katz Sinding.

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My favourite items in my wardrobe are all bought on sale. It is the coat that I waited 6 months to hit the 70% clearance mark, or the green shearling I was sure that no one else would buy and got it 60% off. It is my bag that I couldn't fit into my budget and, because it was meant to be mine, I got it 70% off. In other words - I have an extremely good experience with sale favourites, because they were always favourites of mine.

Coats & Jackets

Here are some of my favourites that I'm watching right now!

Boots

Buckle boots, Pink Boots, Jimmy Choo's (Høyer Luxury Department Store), Black boots, Mules, Satin platforms

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This café is located next to the Astrup Fearnley Museum. It has beautiful light, huge windows and an amazing view! The coffee is pretty expensive, but it's worth it. Their cappuccino on oat milk was super tasty and they had lots of yummy-looking pastries. Next time I would really like to have lunch there, as their menu looks more than delicious...

Check their menu here: http://vingenbar.no/menu/

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The other day I came across an Instagram post featuring a purple Balenciaga suit, and I was immediately intrigued. A coloured suit is the perfect way to balance a feminine and a masculine style. I found this one on sale at Zara, and combined it with a crazy striped sweater from H&M (also on sale forever ago). This is the kind of suit that some women find really cool and all men find really ugly, hence the headline. 




Earrings: Jane Kønig
Suit: Zara
Sweater: H&M trend
Sneakers: Valentino

When I purchased this sweater I didn't intend on combining it with a fusia coloured suit... It was challenging to style it, but after some failed attempts on trying to style it with various types of jeans I realised that in order to succeed I had to ignore the other colours in this, and focus on the main colour: lavender (ish). I am a huge fan of monochrome outfits - meaning outfits that is based on one main colour, but different shades of that colour - so I sticked with purple.

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