Outfit: Violet in Central Park

Loving life in Central Park.
Loving life in Central Park.
Loving life in Central Park.
Central Park in September.
Loving life in Central Park.
Central Park in September.
Loving life in Central Park.
Central Park in September.
Central Park in September.
Central Park in September.

New York in mye heart

New York, New York… You will for ever be in my heart. Hanging out in the green sphere of Central Park is always so nice when you need to just have a relaxed moment. Looking at the peacefulness of the turtles while their swimming and tanning in the ponds. Checking out the cute squirrels running around in the park. And the birds making their nice sounds. I’m getting peaceful just thinking of that.

Wearing: A sweet violet top from DAY Birger Mikkelsen together with a more edgy fringed skirt from H&M. And super comfy suede Timberland loafers.

Antique Shopping in New York

Antique shopping in New York. Here at the Chelsea Flea Market
Antique shopping in New York. Here at the Chelsea Flea Market.
Antique shopping in New York. Here at the NY Showplace Antique Center.
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York.
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York.
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York. Here at the NY Showplace Antique Center.
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York.
Antique shopping in New York.
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York
Antique shopping in New York

Antique shopping, yes please!

When we are on holidays we always check out flea markets and antique shops. And when I knew we were going to New York I couldn’t wait to see what the “Big Apple” had to offer. One of the most known flea markets is the Chelsea Flea Market, so of course we had to go there. It is an open outside area located on 39 W 25th St. with treasures of all kind. So you can find clothing, gemstones, african woodworks, antique decorations and old American goods from the 50’s (which is very popular by the Americans them self).

And also if you want to see even bigger items and more selected antiques there is this amazing hall just across the road called Showplace Antique Center. And I must say I think that was even more exciting for me. Because this massive building with 3rd-floor shops offering antique and vintage furniture, jewellery and collectibles had everything you could imagine. As you can see on the images I have posted there is so much diversity. We bough the gilded antilope’s book stands and the cognac glasses which fits perfectly into our living room. So if you are going to New York I would recommend checking out these places. You can read more about them here (Annex Markets). And I will also blog more about our antique and vintage shopping in a later post.

Outfit: New York Silver Girl

New York grey and silver outfit
Outfit New York
Silver bling outfit
Details silver bling bag

Blinged up!

From the sparkling streets of New York to my sparkling outfit. Mainly because of my extremely blinded up bag of course. During the easy breeze and sunny days it’s really nice wearing sheer fabrics like this grey draped dress. And paired up with a lot of walking, flats is never a bad choice. I am kinda behind on my outfit pictures from New York so I hope you don’t mind if I post them now. Because I have a ton of pictures from our trip that I want to share with you. Probably a lot of randoms but also more planned posts. Since I love interior design we did spend some time at antique shops, flea markets and interior shops. Can’t wait to show you all the nice things I saw. So stay tuned!

Wearing: Sparkling earrings from KOMA, grey dress from Gina Tricot and flats from Calvin Klein. The centrepiece, the sparkling silver bag is a gift from my mom and is from Pimkie.

Interior Inspiration: Blue Details

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Blue is a part of life

When I was younger blue and green was my favourite colours. Like most kids those colours are true to nature and feels nice and safe. Colours that humans connect with since we connect with nature. Over the years I had a lot of different styles and I have really tried them all out from room to room in our old house. Everything from tearing down cabinets, painting over the wallpaper and re-decorating every second week. Now I am a bit older than what I was at that time but interior and decorating is still something that I hold dear. The possibility to make a space something that feels personal and pretty at the same time is a really a good feeling. That your “nest” is getting somewhere and closer to the person you have become.

This post got all the sudden very “thoughtful”, maybe because of the wine glass… But anyway, I wanted to share with you some of my fav styles right now. And blue details like the ones above is like before, something I connect with. If you like this type of style you can check out my Pinterest board here filled with interior inspiration.

Photoshoot At The Opera

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Lone Bru Kjær modelling. Photography Phil Tubbax.
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Lone Bru Kjær modelling. Photography Phil Tubbax.
Lone Bru Kjær modelling. Photography Phil Tubbax.
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Close to the sky…

A while ago I did a photoshoot with Phil Tubbax from Belgium. He is a very talented fashion photographer that wanted to take some pictures while he was here for work. And of course I said yes, have you seen how talented he is? So anyway I have been a bit late with sharing them with you here on the blog so now it’s about time. The images is taken at the Barcode and the Opera here in Oslo. The result, if I may say for myself looks really good. I love them at least! So now you can see and make up your own decision. Here is Phil’s website, check it out! And if you want to see more of the pictures I have taken earlier you have my Pinterest page here and my Model Mayhem here