Life Lately

Life lately…Time to focus on the real and lasting values: family. I really need to feel the “ground” at the moment. I am normally a workholic, but at the time being, I need to slow down, and enjoy what is around me, look, sense, feel my body & my soul and get inspired. I have been going to Pilates and Ballet for a while now, and I can feel that it helps. Though I could not be “100%” my self: yoga was missing. I started again 3 weeks ago at The Yoga Collective in Aarhus, and now I feel complete. Here is a couple of snapshots of what the past weeks have been made of. _____________ Dansk: De sidste par...

Berliner vibes

 Berliner vibes on le blog today! And some Spring must haves: ? the white sneakers – here from Adidas ? the Trench coat – here from b.young – buy here ? the classic marine blazer – here from Claire – buy similar here ? the off-white turtle neck – here from weekday ? the black skirt from Freequent ? the men’s shoes – from Angulus – buy here ? the hat as an accessory – here from H&M

Win blog readers event with Carré Jewellery & Très Fashion!

Kære læsere, Tak fordi I følger min blog dagligt:) or at takke Jer, er I hermed inviteret til en styling event hos Carré Jewellery i Aarhus! Det bliver så skønt at møde Jer, style Jer med de fine smykker. Det er begrænset antal pladser, så skynd Jer, først til mølle konceptet! For at deltage, skal I: Skriv en kommentar under det blog opslag, eller send en email til mig: Deadline: Torsdag den 30 april Carré Jewellery og jeg glæder os til at se Jer!? Her kan I se nogle af mine favoritter fra Spring 2015 kollektion


  Just got back from a trip to Berlin with my family where we spent Easter, It is the second time I am in Berlin with Mr K, Malou and Seb, and I am totally in love with this city. I have now been there several times, both as a young me (in 1989!), with work, and with my kids, and each time I discover some new “Berliner” sides that I appreciate. I especially fall for the “Berliner” vibes: somehow a mixture of historic and cultural things mixed together with new trendy and renovated areas (like Prenzlauer Berg, where Danish people usually stay), parks, playgrounds and restaurants that are “kids friendly” everywhere, combined together with some raw corners and boho chic areas like the one...