NYHAVN HARBOUR

If you haven’t before seen or heard about Nyhavn Harbour in Copenhagen, where have you been hiding? Arguably one of the most beautiful and picturesque scenes in the city, I couldn’t go all the way there and not take some pics. The coloured houses are truly a pleasure to behold – but be prepared it can get pretty windy!

During the summer months, this would be the perfect place to end a long day. Nyhavn Harbour was once a busy commercial port where you’d find ships docked from all over the world, and now the stunning old houses have been renovated and redecorated with restaurants dominating the area.

Coat: Weekday | Hoodie: Monki | Joggers: Matalan | Trainers: Adidas | Hat: Front General Store | Socks: Topshop

I visited the harbour pretty early in the morning, whilst the area was tranquil and the light was perfect. As it was so early it was quite windy, so I was glad to have my trusted coat from Weekday to keep me snug. I took the belt that came with this coat off as I prefer how it looks without it, but it looks way more chic paired with a nice black waist belt for a more sophisticated look. I wore it casual as casual can be with a grey tracksuit and some trainers (my new favourite pair from Adidas); also are you really from London if you don’t own a grey tracksuit?



JP x

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