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New ways to wear old things (Part 2)

A continuation of a post I made a couple of weeks ago: You can find new ways to use the clothes and accessories you already own and in that way make your wardrobe a lot more fun! This is my dose of creativity; I transformed my lovely pearl necklace and turned it into a belt. The creative mode also made me draw a bit on my wrist, I guess one idea triggers another…

 

Here is my previous post!

Stockholm Film Festival

Being a giant film enthusiast the last couple of days have been a paradise for me. I’ve been spending many hours at cinemas watching all kinds of different movies. Today is the last day of the event and I must say I’m filled with new interesting impressions that will last for weeks ahead. My favourite? The movie “Call Girl” – I promise it will move you.

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Colder times calls for inspiration

With colder times comes bigger, chunkier clothes. I usually feel like a giant sleeping sack whenever leaving my home dressed in a winter jacket. My favourite accessories has to be hidden in layers of november protection and rarely get the attention they deserve. But sometimes I feel enlightened. There are ways to dress fashionably even on a cold day like this. Here are some glimpses of what inspired me today:

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Contemporary afternoon

“Time for some culture” I thought and strolled down a grey shaded Stockholm to Bukowskis. They have an exibit now with contemporary art including paintings, prints, sculpture, photography, video and some things I don’t even know in which category to put. But I guess that’s the charm with art – it’s not always obvious.

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