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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