The little things

My friend Magdalena took these two pictures in Halifax (here is her photography page). At the moment, I am reeeally missing Halifax & the people there. I especially miss the independence and freedom that I have felt there. Here at home, nothing seems as if it has changed, but I feel like I have changed so much – it doesn’t quite fit at the moment I guess. However, this post shouldn’t be about what I miss about Halifax – it should evoke happy feelings!

People (myself included) tend to oversee the little things that we should all be grateful for. In 2018, I will try to be more thankful for the small details that I took for granted until now… So here is a list:

The feeling of sunshine on salty skin. Beaches. Eating porridge for dinner. Sweet meals. Clean sheets. Cute cafés. Love & saying I love you to someone. Music that instantly gets you. New friends who feel like you have known them forever. Flowers. Showers.

French. Laughing with the right people. Change. Sunrises & early mornings. Jumping on trampolines. Ice skating in winter. Mountains & lakes. Maps. People who radiate positivity. 3 a.m. conversations. (Shooting) Stars & looking at them.

Rooms with big windows. Sam Smith songs. Car drives while it’s raining.

Taking chances. Taking risks. Green tea. Almonds. Being able to see colours. Being able to run. The moon & how large it looks sometimes. Lying on your bedroom floor while thinking about life. Overwhelming feelings. Daydreaming. Trying new recipes.

Independency. All the times when the sky looks infinite. 90s hits. Driving with the windows down & sticking your hand out to feel the air. Naps. Summer nights. Letters.

Hot chocolate. Taking time for self-care. Bad years (because then you appreciate the good ones that follow). Dancing. Summer rain. When it starts to smell like spring.

This post inspired me to write this.

I hope you also feel a little inspired now.

Much love, Christine

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Style: City lights

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I love accessories! They allow you to wear the same clothes, but with different jewellery/scarfs/bags/shoes/etc. your outfit will get a whole new vibe. When I was in New York the past week, I basically wore the same coat every day. However, I used different accessories. Each day, I changed up the scarf, my earrings and my shoes.

In the photos above, you can see one of the variations of my NYC Outfit. In the pictures below, you will find the links to where you can buy the scarf and the earrings. The rest of the outfit is featured in this blog post.

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Style: Winter in NYC

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In today’s post, I want to show you my favourite winter outfit at the moment. It was perfect for the weather in New York this past week. Further down, you will find the different pieces I wore. If you click on the clothing items, the online shops in which you can buy them will pop up. Enjoy!

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Scarf

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Coat

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Sweather

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Also featured in this post.

High waisted jeans

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Bag

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Gloves

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Boots (similar ones)

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Earrings

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Like or comment if you enjoyed this post! What is your favourite piece?

Love, Christine