Karlina Caune by Thomas Lohr for Harper’s Bazaar UK October 2014
H&M DENIM SHORTS, TOP, BAG AND KHAKI PARKA, TOPSHOP PONY SKIN SLIP ON SNEAKERS, MONKI MIRRORED SUNNIES
Hey guys! Sorry for not posting anything for days, I've just been so busy with stuff, like my birthday actually. I turned 22 on Sunday, so my weekend was pretty much all about partying and doing nothing useful. I still have loads of outfit and travel photos to show you from the past few weeks, so stay tuned, I promise I'll try to post more frequently!
I visited my boyfriend in Copenhagen earlier this month. It was my first but definitely not last time in this lovely city. I particularly enjoyed all the beautiful green areas that cover at least half of the city, and the fresh air that came from the sea. It looks like I'll be back there in November, and I have lots of things to see and try, so I can't wait. This trip wasn't so much about being a tourist, I'm a little ashamed to say I didn't look up too many things historically, and architecture-vise about the city, so next time I'll sure be doing more cultural (and less shopping related) things there. So apologies in advance, if I don't know what's on a picture I took. :)
More after the jump!
The woods are gorgeous no matter the season, but there's something magical about them in Autumn. I was always amazed by the beautiful vision the patches of sunshine could create through the trees, it's something I will try to capture every time I see it. The woods in my hometown are particularly beautiful, and going there is always a program I look forward to on a Sunday afternoon.
The beauty look at the Topshop Unique spring 2015 show was all about natural rock'n'roll. Lips that look like they've eaten fresh berries, or a careless leftover from last night, slightly metallic taupe eyeshadows, that give just the right amount of shadows to the look, and a bit of rose blush that creates a porcelain-like effect. Inspiring for the autumn/winter season as well.
images from vogue.com
In the age of colourbugs and hairchalks one can easily try more extreme haircolours, without having to commit to anything on the long term. I tried the Loréal Hairchalk in pink this July, and I loved the result. It washed out after about 4 washes, and didn't damage my hair at all. I can recommend it to anyone, who wants a bit of hairstyle change, but doesn't want the hairdye to ruin their hair.
I think it's even more fun to try it in autumn, as it creates a nice contrast with the darker colours of the cold months. Here's a little inspiration from my beauty board on pinterest.