Tuesday, 25 April 2017

4 Style Lessons 'Twin Peaks' Has Taught Me

Twin Peaks is obviously one of the best TV shows ever made and with the third season right around the corner, I've decided to make a teeny tiny list on the style lessons that I've learned by watching the show.
  1. Apparently, red looks good on everyone. Red is an ongoing theme in Twin Peaks. All of the characters, from Josie Packard to Lucy Moran to Audrey Horne, pull of red as if it was the new black.

  2. When in doubt, wear a sweater. Just like red seems to be an ongoing theme so do knitted sweaters. Whether you are a guy or a girl, a high school student or a police station receptionist, a great sweater is a wardrobe must-have.

  3. A change of hairstyle and the right pair of statement glasses, can make you look like a completely different person. One second she's Laura Palmer, the next she's Maddy Ferguson.

  4. A slick back man ponytail is never a good idea. I'm talking Leo Johnson chic, here. Leo was an ugly person on the inside, but, boy, did he have an ugly hairdo as well.
What do you think of the fashion in Twin Peaks? Are you excited about the upcoming season of Twin Peaks?

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Book Recommendation: Dress Scandinavian

The Danish it girl Pernille Teisbæk recently debuted as an author when she published her book, 'Dress Scandinavian', in October 2016. Teisbæk used to blog on Look de Pernille and is now a creative director at Style Zoo. Sadly, Teisbæk doesn't blog anymore, but she does, however, still post outfits on her Instagram account. While Teisbæk is a fashion icon for boys and girls all over the world, she totally embodies the essence of Scandinavian style. Scandinavian style has achieved iconic status in the fashion world and in ‘Dress Scandinavian,’ Teisbæk discusses what it is that makes Scandinavian fashion so special and how you can achieve the look.


Thursday, 13 April 2017

Easter Brunch Outfit

Massimo Dutti coat | handmade dress | vintage belt | Alexander Wang bag

This is what I wore at a family brunch/get-together earlier today. If you haven't already been able to tell, I'm really into belts at the moment. I pretty much wear belts as often as I can get away with. I think it might have something to do with Madonna. Madonna says, Emma does.

Friday, 7 April 2017

New In: Biker Skirt

It's friday and today I received a package from Miss Guided with this lil' number inside. I actually totally forgot about it because it took so long to get here. I'm not very happy about the quality of the skirt. It's pleather (that means faux leather, Michelle. Don't worry, I've got U girl) and that's good and all, but it does look a little... You know... Cheap. However, I LOVE the design and that it's so edgy and cool. So I'm gonna keep it. Now I'm just waiting for my knight in shining armour to come pick me up on his motorcycle. 

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

True Blue

Acne Studios dress & Sonia Rykiel heels

So, here I am sitting on our stairs showcasing yet another outfit. I'm wearing a dress from Acne Studios and a pair of Sonia Rykiel platforms. My Sonia Rykiel platforms are like my favorite thing at the moment. You don’t have to have known me very long to know that Acne Studios is one of my favorite designers. This gorgeous number is from the ss14 collection so it’s a bit of an oldie. The thing with Acne Studios, though, is that their designs are simple and timeless. This dress has beautifully draped, asymmetrical details which makes the dress totally acceptable to wear on it’s own without any type of statement accessory. I am, however, wearing my rings from the Danish brand Line&Jo which I wear almost every single day. #scandigurl


Sunday, 2 April 2017

How to Wear a Metallica T-Shirt

Vintage scarf | H&M tee | Monki skirt | Dr. Martens boots

Okay, so I guess I'm officially one of those girls who wear merch of artists they don't even listen to, but I don't mind that. It's whatever. I used to be a Metallica fan when I was a very moody 14-year-old. and when I stumbled upon this beige Metallica t-shirt in H&M, it made me feel so nostalgic. I like it because it's a quite feminine t-shirt considering it's advertising a heavy metal band. Usually Metallica t-shirts are dark with graphic images which, to me (at least now that I'm no longer 14), feels kinda extra. I like clean and minimal designs so this t-shirt is right on point.
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