In large or small doses the houndstooth print always makes things a little more interesting, this traditional fabric has a heavy-duty soft touch and feels really good quality. The two patch pockets on the front and black buttons make this piece really chic, and replaces typical outerwear with a more stylish alternative.
Whatever you’re into, whether it’s chilled-out cafe’s or Michelin-starred restaurants, Copenhagen has something to offer for everyone and more. You can find extraordinary culinary experiences, and the Danish food scene caters to all budgets. I skipped between brunches, Vegan lunches (I know right, unexpected for me), and local deli’s/cafes. Read on to find out why dining in the Danish capital of Copenhagen is such a pleasure.
Mustard yellow is one of those colours that I find really hard to wear, but when you get it right its so right. With the likes of Bella Hadid and Rihanna rocking this colour oh-so effortlessly, it was time for me to put my skills to the test.
As someone who works in fashion, and just enjoys shopping in general, I make a point of experiencing the different fashion on offer in each new city I visit. I don’t necessarily buy at every shop I visit, I just like to see whats on offer and how its different from London fashion and what I’m used to. From vintage boutiques to women-only trainer stores and luxury fashion-meets-art spaces, Copenhagen has everything you could want and more.
Wearing head-to-toe monochromatic looks in luxe fabrics is my go-to option for taking an outfit from the day straight through to night. Rust or ‘burnt orange’ is a great shade for any transeasonal colour palette, and can be more versatile than you may think!
Copenhagen has been on my travel bucket list for a long time, and I’m glad I can say I’ve ticked it off at last. Lonely Planet has named Copenhagen the #1 city to visit in 2019, and for good reason. From the sights to see and the places to visit, to the food on offer and the incredible range of shops, I could have spent a lot longer than 4 days here. One thing that’s most important for me when travelling as a solo female is that I felt safe wherever I visit, and Copenhagen for me felt no different than being at home in my own city. Read on to find out some of what I got up to on my city break in Copenhagen…