Double Denim at The Glyptotek

IMG_0291 Another denim on denim look, but a little more simplified. On Sunday I was heading out to the Glyptotek museum with a friend to do some sketches. We grabbed our bikes and headed over there, so I wanted an easy outfit to ride in. The weather was also strangely sunny and beautiful, so I jumped at the chance to go outside without a jacket on and wore this vintage chambray. I love the distressed detail of this piece, and all of the bleaching really makes a cool statement. Paired with some staple gold jewelry and basic jeans, I didn't see the need to add any more to this look, and I was out the door.






I'm also loving a bold lip for fall, which I think is an accessory in itself. I forgot to pack all of my lipsticks when I came to Copenhagen, and I found this lip crayon at Topshop the other day for an awesome price. I am loving the statement it makes in combination with my bangs, and will be talking about it in a future video! See you tomorrow, x. Paige

chambray button-down // Urban Renewal by UO (similar) Easy Jean // American Apparel (here) oxblood boots // Forever 21 (similar) backpack // (Timbuk2) gold spike necklace // H&M (similar) gold midi rings // H&M (similar) zig zag ring // Urban Outfitters (here)

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Canadian Tuxedo

IMG_8764 This morning I was heading out for a blog meeting [more on that below!] and wanted to be warm and semi-dressed up. I felt like I had worn my sheer printed blouses quite a few times recently, so I instead opted for this chambray top printed with little skulls! Since I actually picked up this top in the men's section of Target, I decided to take even more menswear inspiration today and throw on some dark skinnies for a Canadian tuxedo [denim on denim] look. While I'm wearing Vans in these photos because it ended up getting pretty rainy today, a crucial part of this look is adding feminine touches, like a heeled boot, which is what I was wearing earlier in the day!






Today's venture out to the Nørrebro neighborhood was to meet up with furniture designer David Ritter of designritter. We hung out in his studio for a while and talked about his design process and interior work. He was so friendly and interesting to talk to, and I can't wait to share what I learned from him in a future interview here on the blog! Stay tuned!

x. Paige

skull print chambray // Target Men's, similar Easy Jean // American Apparel hi-tops // Vans Sk8-Hi statement necklace // H&M Copenhagen gold watch // Casio